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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: information code signals "2E"
birdy, this 2E is the code for voltage to the motor control is either over or under specifications. You might have a harness loose on the motor control board. I have run into a few of these where all it was, is one harness not seated all the way. I believe you can get to it by removing the back center panel and it should be down on the right. Check all the harnesses going to it. Reset them if possible. You can also try putting it through the self test. Press and hold the chime and xtra rinse button together for 3 seconds. When the display shows 0, press and hold the wash/rinse and soil level keys for 3 seconds. It should go in the self test mode. It will check all the componets. If it passes, it will display a PA. If an error exists it will display SC. Look for a code of 91. Catriver..post back
Posted on Mar 22, 2007
Regarding panasonic nv-sv120 power shut down: I replaced C1250 (680 uF/25V) and C1260 (1200 uF/10V) and after that is was working perfaect again.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
Success! After finding nothing with a visual check I dropped the set about 3inches and all is well. Must be a mechanical connection problem. Probably a dry joint, will resolder if it happens again. John
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Check all the small size capacitors on the power board (switching ps). There is a small capacitor that will need to be replaced sooner or later. (They dry out with age).
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Realistic STA-2100
Tandy Consumer Services (Radio Shack's repair shop) can fix it for you. You can ask for an estimate first, so you'll have a good idea of the repair costs. I have one of these units myself, and I used to work for Tandy. They have all of the schematics and parts that they'll need to repair it. You could probably have it done for less than $200.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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