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Re: I have to keep resetting the clock
The cmos battery inside the PC has run out, all you have to do is remove the side panel and look inside at the "motherboard" you will see a battery there, take it out and replace it with a new one, put the side panel back on and set the time and date and it should keep time from then on
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Sep 20, 2010 - When I reconnected the battery, the radio does not work anymore. ... I reconnected it, turned the key and the clock is still flashing. ... Wait about three minutes or so, and reinstall the fuse. .... Please let us know what it was. .... Naviscreen comes up but I can't do anything with it because the buttons are dead.
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Likely you have a short in the wiring somewhere. If you have a powerhead with a power cord that runs through the vacuum hose that might be the problelm. Check your cords closely. Is it possible you are just getting a static elecricity shock due to dry weather? If you think you are getting a shock, stop using the product until you have resolved the issue.
Hold the 'Clock' button until the display flashes. It will first show
the year, next press on 'Clock' with show the month, then the day, then
the time. Use + and - to set your time and press 'Clock' again.
Don't expect this clock to set the time by itself. It is not an atomic clock.
for using FixYa. Error F2-E0 on your kitchen aid means that the keypad is
shorted and to resolve this issue you’ll have to replace the electronic range
control/clock (ERC). Please do rate the solution if the issue is
resolved or post a comment for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
for using FixYa. Error F7 on your Jenn Air means that the keypad is shorted or stuck
and to resolve this issue you’ll have to replace the touch pad/clock assembly (ERC).
Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment
for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
Sounds like you may have a short somewhere or a problem with your battery connection. I would check the battery connection first then check behind the deck. If you still have a problem you may need to chase down the short. Good luck!
for question 1 the wire for the ignitor is bad has to be changed not an easy job if you can live with it itll be ok if not its best to call in a tech or take to repair shop not sure about question 2 sorry
Check your clock spring, and the retainer it's in, if the retainer piece has come apart, it will short somewhere. This can be a very frustrating problem. Take off the airbag and remove steering wheel, then carefully pull steering wheel and check clock spring. Also check horn pad for any foreign object like a screw that could short.
You have a dead short somewhere in your wiring. You need to track down the short to resolve this issue. Start by determining which breaker keeps tripping. If it is the main breaker the fault will most likely be in the wires coming from the ignition switch the rest of the breakers. If it is the breaker with gray wire from the ignition switch it will be in the ignition/starting wiring. If it is the breaker that is connected to the gray wire from the ignition switch through a brass bridge bar the short will be found in the horn, turn signal, warning lights, or brake light circuits. If it is the breaker that is connected to the green wire ignition switch it will be in the running lights circuit.