Just replaced the battery and went through the reset procedure. At the end of the reset (30 seconds) the range is displayed. Now when I push the power on button all I get is the cross hairs, 3 lines at the top, and the Yrd indicator. Any suggestions?
Well after going through the reset procedure (holding both buttons down for 30 seconds) the unit didn't appear to be working. Being somewhat new to the proper use of this device it appears that it might be sensitive to low light conditions or certain objects. After playing with it more I'm now able to get it to work but there are still certain conditions where it won't give me a reading.
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Hi bstetson328 - Try resetting the range by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately 30 seconds and turn on the unit. Select the self clean option, if it does not turn on then the temperature had tripped the internal sensor of the unit and needs to be reset. This usually has to be done by a professional since the back panel needs to be taken off and the power reset inside. Possibly the unit may have a communication problem with the EOC and I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately.
1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength. 2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery. 3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover. 4.Remove the battery. 5.Wait 10 seconds. 6.Press and hold the W key. 7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery. •The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears •Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds. Step Thanks
The first thing to try is pressing the clear/off button for three to five seconds this should reset the switch and allow you to open the door.If the does not work then you may need to replace the motor or the main electronic control board.
I hope this helps,WIll look forward to any further questions.
Some watches have a "reset" button or combination of buttons that must be pushed to clear all the electronic registries on the watch's little computer after you replace the battery. You might try taking off the watch back and seeing if your watch has this requirement. Even then, it's not always a perfect solution. Last week, I replaced the battery in a watch that had been dead for some time. The watch appeared to come alive again when I put the new battery in, but when I pushed the reset pin (on this movement, it was on the watch movement itself, next to the battery), the entire watch went dead. Nothing I did would wake it up. I removed the battery, waited 30 seconds, then re-inserted the battery. Problem solved; the watch powered up, and I was able to set the time and access all functions again.
On some digital watches from the 1980s, after replacing the batteries, you were supposed to push and hold all the external buttons for a few seconds to reset the watch. I don't think manufacturers still make watches that respond to this, but it is easier to try than taking off the back and re-installing the battery.
did he recharge it with freon to close the cutout swicth / or leave a connector off the switch ??????? check for blown fuse ??? when the freon is depleated on some higher end cars the (bcm/ecm) body control module may have to be reset ---------- to do the just disconnect the negative battery cable for 10---30 seconds & (may have to then touch // LOOSE // negative cable to positive--to get rid of residue charge ) rehook up cable , this should do the trick..........
key code lock out usually happens when you have entered the wrong code too many times leaving the battery connected should allow the timer to run down for 30 mins so you can try again, it is cumulative though so the more you get it wrong the longer you have to wait. make sure battery is fully charged first.
1. Remove 1 AAA Battery 2. Press and Hold 'ON' for 30 seconds 3. Replace AAA Battery 4. Adjust Contrast to appropriate level
If this fails, try again with ALL Batteries removed including the backup Lithium Battery.
If all else fails, try the following reset procedure:
1. Remove ALL Batteries (inc. Backup) 2. Let Calculator sit with no batteries for 2~4 hours. 3. Hold 'ON' for 30 seconds. 4. Replace all the batteries (May be good idea to use new batteries just in case old ones were dead) 5. Turn on Calculator 6. Change Contrast to appropriate level
- Remember to use correct batteries or calculator may not work. The correct batteries are Alkaline, Rechargable Batteries are TOO WEAK, Heavy Duty batteries are TOO STRONG.