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MY BOAT GEAR BOX IS MAKING A BEEPING NOISE WHAT IS THIS?

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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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

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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

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Maybe the horizontal IC output are damaged need to be replaced

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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.

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low oil or high temp make sure water is pumping

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