If you can hear motor running, it is possible the belt (from motor to drum) has broken or is slipping. If you cannot hear motor, it is likely an electrical problem; maybe safety start/stop switch in door, or wire connector has vibrated loose, or computer brain failure.
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Reseat the toner cartridge. Turn the printer off, and then back on again. You may want to try a new cartridge, but if that does not eliminate the error, call your HP support line. If the imaging-drum light is still blinking but the Attention light is not on, you must replace the imaging drum before the printer can continue printing. The imaging-drum light might be blinking by itself or at the same time another light is on or blinking. If another light is also on or blinking, turn the imaging-drum light off in the simulator and turn the other light on or blinking to isolate the condition.The printer has determined that it cannot read or write to the e-label on the imaging drum.Reseat the imaging drum, and then power cycle the printer. If this does not work, replace the imaging drum. If the imaging drum light is still blinking but the Attention light is not on, turn the printer off, and then back on. If the problem persists, replace the imaging drum E-label reader. The imaging-drum light might be blinking by itself or at the same time another light is on or blinking. If another light is also on or blinking, turn the imaging-drum light off in the simulator and turn the other light on or blinking to isolate the condition.
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hello make sure the long pin that sits inside the door is connected this makes the motor turn if ok the it could be the capacitor next to the motor in side the dryer also check the belt it may snaped good luck
make sure the brake shoe fits in the drum and is seated tip to tip and you can push it all the way around the inside of the drum.
then install the shoes.
and then trun the adjuster screw all theway in to colapse the shoes in all theway.then the drum will fit.
the adjust the adjuster screw back out untill it just begins to rub on the drum.not tight at all just enough to rub very lightly.
after a few miles you may have to go back to the rear brakes and adjust them a little more.
proper adjustment in the rear shoes is important to a good strong pedal.
do the trun sigals work and have check the fuse. take a test light go to the brake light switch one side of the switch will be hot all the time the other will show power after you close the switch . stepping on the pedal close the switch. so if you have no power to the switch it will not work , check the fuse before going any fruther good luck kdc744
ignitor lights up , so im assuming its a glow bar style ignitor. replace it, although its glowing its not glowing strong enough to release gas from the valve, the fact that it lights at all is a sign that the vavle isgood and control to turn it on as well!Common,Common problem
It probably needs an oven igniter. Remove oven racks. Remove oven floor. Usually 2 screws towards back. Remove flame spreader if it has one. You can see long tube with holes in sides and igniter with 2 wires from rear. Now try oven. See if igniter glows. If it does but doesn't light within 1 minute, replace igniter. If it doesn't glow, you need to check for power to igniter. Should be about 100 volts. If not may need ERC, "Electronic Range Control".