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Re: on the left side of the machine i pushed a button and...
That is the PCMCIA eject button. With no card in the PCMCIA slot (Slot empty) you should be able to push the button in slowly till it clicks, then release and the button should stay in. Then re-insert the blank filler or card you had in the slot. (To engage the retention detent, you have to press the button in slightly past the outside of the chassis)
If the button will not engage the detent, then the motherboard will need to be replaced to fix it (The button is part of the motherboard)
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Open the front door, up left small access cover remove, with machine on press small push button on the left side, to reset code, if the code comes back FUSER is bad (HOT PART) could be thermistor thermostat lamps BOARD!!!!
The air filters (left and right) are behind the plastic fairing. Take off the top left/right panels. You'll see the two air intakes. On the left side, there are two wedge clips top and bottom of where the left air filer lives. Push these outwards (left if sitting on the bike) then slide out the whole intake tube. Drop the filter out, replace and slide the intake assembly back in. push back the wedge clips. Repeat for the right side and double check that both sides have sealed correctly.
There is a small rectangular button on the left side of the front cover. Gently push it in and the cover swings open. Now gently pull the drain tray straight out. The grounds will be in the square plastic receptacle at back of the tray.
May be busted, but before you take it to the shop try these few things.
1. Unplug machine for 30 seconds
2. Then plug back in, (lights should still be blinking) Take silver handle that you lift when you put in coffee pods and gently push back handle as far as you can for 3 seconds. This should reset your machine,back to factory settings. To then reset coffee cup settings to your personal taste by:
3. You can adjust the fill of coffee by holding the large coffee cup down for as long as you want to fill it. Try holding the button down for 20secs., next cup of coffee should automatically fill for 20 seconds. Do the same for small coffee side.Hope this works,it has for me; just not sure because of the cold water pumping out issue. good luck
There is a little cover over a spring. The loops of the spring go inside the screw that holds the cover. The spring ends are against the wall and a small pin connected to the button on the side. Keeps the button locked. Cleaning out dried coffee in the are may help and pam spray may keep it from sticking.
if you have the small 8.9 inch screen acer one, there is a button on either side of the touchpad...if you have the 11 inch acer one, the button isa one piece mouse button that pivots at its center point. Push on the right side to right click and push on the left side to left click.
This is a fuser error code. The fuser is the part that gets hot, just before the paper exits the machine. It may have to be replaced.
Try resetting the code first by using the following procedure.
On the right side of the control panel there is a slide adjuster for the darkness of the display. In that slot there is a small hole in the panel with a button switch under it. With the power on, using a paper clip, gently insert one end into the hole and push this switch and watch for a small dot to appear on the left side of the display screen. When you see it push the 3 button. You should then get a different screen with one of the options being "trouble reset"
Press that tab, and ONLY that tab to reset the machine.
If the code returns the machine will need service.
If you don't have one,
I'am not sure what this machine looks like,
On the top part of the machine, put your thread on the thread spool,(on the right) the thread should be brought over to the left side and wraped around a small button looking piece. then brought back towards the spool of thread, bring the thread through a small hole in the bobbin, pul 2-3inch out, place the bobbin on the small metal bobbin holder and push to the right,
make sure pressure foot is up. you will need to loosen the hand wheel, hold the hand wheel with the left and and with the right hand turn the center circle back to it loosend (counter clockwise)
There is a test mode for the Digital and we can see if you have a bad power board.
Turn the machine off in back. Push and hold the small coffee button and the menu button (top left) at the same time and while you are holding the buttons turn the machine on. Release the buttons and you should have numbers in the display. If you can push the bottom left button and the machine makes a sound like the motor is moving, turn it off and then back on. If you don't get the message now you should really clean and lube your brew unit.