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Electra elechebi error e6 on two rings

Tried powering off same error only a week old

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  • Anthony Jan 21, 2013

    Same thing for me 2 weeks old on a Electra elechebi, I get error e8 on two left rings. Any ideas how to fix this ?

  • Anthony Jan 21, 2013

    Exactly the same problem, 2 weeks old and on the Electra elechebi I get an error e8 on the two left rings. How do I fix this or who supports the product ?


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