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BEEP SOUNDS LIKE A HORN THAT IS MUFFLED. DOES NOT START NOISE UNTIL RUNNING DOWN WATER FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Beeping dryer
You should open the service panel and to find out where does the "beeping" unit located and to remove one of the wires connected to it (the unplugged wire should be insulated). Good luck!
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
SOURCE: haier HDP18PA
On another site, someone posted this: "I called (website), where it was purchased from, and they gave me the number for the manufacturer. Some standard troubleshooting did the trick and my dishwasher is working perfectly again. The troubleshooting involved tilting the dishwasher backwards at a 45-degree angle and letting any excess water drain out. They said ocassionally the water intake will be blocked and this process helps move anything that may have gotten in the way" I was having the beeping problem too, and decided to give it a try, tipped it for a few, and found it to work!!! Hope this maybe helps!
On another site, someone posted this: "I called (website), where it was purchased from, and they gave me the number for the manufacturer. Some standard troubleshooting did the trick and my dishwasher is working perfectly again. The troubleshooting involved tilting the dishwasher backwards at a 45-degree angle and letting any excess water drain out. They said ocassionally the water intake will be blocked and this process helps move anything that may have gotten in the way"
I was having the beeping problem too, and decided to give it a try, tipped it for a few, and found it to work!!! Hope this maybe helps!
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
SOURCE: 3 beeps
We had the same problem. Our fridge was beeping and the lights would not come on. To stop the beeping and turn the lights back on we had to press the OVER TEMPERATURE RESET button. As soon as we did this, the lights came back on and beeping stopped. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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There are two types of warning horns to alert the operator of an
active problem within the engine's operating system.
1. Continuous six second beep: Indicates a critical engine
condition. Depending on the condition, the Engine Guardian
System may engage and protect the engine by limiting its
power. You should return to port immediately and contact
your servicing dealer.
2. Intermittent short beeps for six seconds: Indicates a
noncritical engine condition. This condition does not require
immediate attention. You may continue using your boat,
however, depending on the nature of the problem, the
engine's power may be limited by the Engine Guardian
System (see Engine Guardian System following) to protect
the engine. You should contact your servicing dealer at your
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
It is important to note that in either of the above scenarios, the
horn will only sound one time. If you key the engine off and
restart it, the horn will sound again, one time, if the fault is still
present. For visual display of the specific engine functions and
additional engine data, refer to SmartCraft Product information,
The operator is able to correct a couple engine problems
indicated by the warning horn. These conditions are as follows:
• Cooling system (water pressure or engine temperature)
problem. The warning horn will sound Intermittent short
beeps for six seconds. Stop the engine and check the water
intake holes in the gearcase for obstruction.
• Low oil pressure problem. The warning horn will sound a
continuous six second beep. Stop the engine and check for
low engine oil level. Refer to Fuel and Oil - Checking and
Adding Engine Oil.
ENGINE GUARDIAN SYSTEM
The Engine Guardian System monitors the critical sensors on
the engine for any early indications of problems. Engine
Guardian is functional whenever your engine is operating, so you never have to be concerned about whether or not you are
protected. The system will respond to a problem by sounding the warning horn for six seconds and/or reducing engine power in order to provide engine protection.
If the Guardian System has been activated, reduce throttle
speed. The problem will need to be identified and corrected, if
possible. The system must be reset before the engine will
operate at higher speeds. Moving the throttle lever back to the
idle position will reset the system.
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