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Hi, There will be an MOV (metal oxide varistor) After fuse. This MOV is rated 125v. When you plug the machine in to 220v supply this MOV will become shorted and its blows the fuse to prevent further dameges to the power supply. Replace the MOV and then insert the fuse. I have added the image of MOV here. It is placed parallel to the AC mains supply rail after fuse.
hi, remove the AC power. then remove the battery from the machine. reinsall the battery after 15 minutes. then power on. it will be at factory settings. if u need its service manual pls contact me through fixya . for removing battery watch the pictures bellow. ok
when the battery goes completely dead it looses its software. The only way to fix this is if you have a copy of the original software and install a new battery. With these units it is a good idea not to leave them unplugged for a long period of time. It is a good way to loose all the data.
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Most likely a bad battery which made the system loose the software. Small chance that the screen is bad. If you connect a pulse ox and you hear the hear rate it is a bad screen. If you don't hear it you will need to get a copy of the software and a new battery. GE does not support these anymore so you should contact a third party if you are not able to do it your self.
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