This the 3rd Machine we've bought (two times D90, and third time a C100), but the problem is nothing is working! We fill the container with cold water, switch on, wait until the blinking stops, then press the "cup" button: nothing comes out but a little whining noise! We also follow the "troubleshooting" steps, but it doesn't help! Are we doing something wrong here?
You might be inadvertently skipping the following step: after filling the container and switching on, after the blinking stops I believe you are supposed to lift the top lever and ... before putting in the coffee, press the "cup" button for about 5 seconds so that water is primed to come out. You do this every time you turn the machine on, NOT every time you make an espresso. I had the same problem as you did and then looked carefully at pictoral instructions and realized I was skipping this crucial step!
I found that the valve on the bottom of the water tank (held in place with a spring) was not aligned correctly - i was able to rotate it slightly using a toothpick then followed the priming instructions and my machine resumed working correctly.
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After the second time I would have asked for a refund. Maybe you need to do some diagnostic work.
1. Does it leak while sitting unplugged? 2. Does it leak while plugged in but not being operated? 3 Does it leak when the solution is above or below a certain level. 4. Are you over filling it? 5. Does it leak only when you pull the trigger? (valve problem)
Keep asking yourself questions to discover where and why it's leaking.
hi, My first thought on this is that you may have a linkage issue. your shifter may read that you are in drive, but you may only be in 2nd gear. Check it out. bump it up so it will look like you are putting the car into nutral, but be careful to not go too far and put it in reverse. if that is not the issue, I would suggest that your car has a brain that knows that the transmition has a problem with 3rd gear and simply wont let it shift into 3rd because maybe there is no 3rd. like the band could be broken. post your results if ya dont mind. I am interested to hear more. I hope this helps ya. Tim
Please check on the water flow to the drum, if the flow is low or if the inlet is choked the water flow in the set time limit can be low and so could trip. secondly it can be due to problems in the level sensor, try and see if the pressure switch works outside. Finally check on the program controller unit once again to see the triping. check the door switch for loose connection. check this link for tips:Washing machine
Your problem is that you are not using a suitable memory card for the D90. 2Gb SD cards have read/write speeds that are much too slow to work with quality DSLR's. Let me explain. When you take a picture with the D90, the data generated first goes into a small capacity buffer memory. The purpose of the buffer is to act as a conduit to your SD memory card and retain picture data until all of the data is safely written to the SD card. If your SD card can accept data as quickly as the buffer can pass it to the SD card, there is no problem. But, If the SD card is not capable of accepting the data quickly enough, the buffer will start to fill up since data is coming in faster than it is going out. If you take pictures in quick succession with a slow SD card or if you shoot video with a slow SD card, the buffer will overflow; i.e., fill to its capacity and become incapable of accepting more data until its capacity returns as the SD card accepts the data. During that time, the camera will prevent you from taking any more still photographs. You will push the shutter release and nothing will happen. If you are shooting video, the camera will continue to work, but the sound will loose sync with the picture.
For your D90 to function properly under all conditions, you must have an SDHC card that is rated at 45Mbs or faster. When I first bought my D90 several years back, 35Mbs was the fastest card made and I had the problems I described to you above. When Sandisk brought out the Sandisk Pro card with a 45Mbs speed my problems melted away. I should also ad that 2Gb is much too low of a capacity for the D90. It will fill up very quickly if you shoot Raw or fine quality jpeg files. You need a minimum of 8Gb.
Try removing the water tank and verify that there is nothing clogging or blocking the valve that allows the water to flow from the tank to the machine.
Once you have verified that the valve is clean and undamaged, try putting the tank back in to the machine again. If there was nothing blocking the valve, then the issue may have been that the tank was not completely seated within the coffee maker.
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
Your camera may be faulty. Or you might not be "in focus". The D90 in any of the auto modes won't take a picture if the 'in-focus indicator' isn't on.
If that indicator is blinking, then it means that it is not able to focus on the subject. It's all in the user manual.
try unscrewing the hose at the back of the machine. There should be another filter there. If this doesn't solve the problem replace the fill valve. This part is not expensive. Take the old one with you. a generic is much cheaper. I have bought new for under $5. You can fix this yourself.