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Be aware that the resistance is often the part that requires
repair. Resistance is managed magnetically, so often if the machine is
working, but the resistance isn't setting correctly or at all, check the
bolts that secure the magnets. If they are loose, the resistance will
slip. If the bolts are fine, check the magnets themselves by using a
refrigerator magnet and see if it is attracted or repelled by the your
fridge magnet. If not, the magnets have de-magnetized and need to be
Consider that if the foot pedals are attached with bolts,
any slipping can be fixed with a quick use of the wrench. But if the
foot pedals are damaged or breaking, order new foot pedals (see
Resources below) rather than run the risk of a pedal breaking while
you're on the machine.
It would help a whole lot if you could describe the problem with more information. Do any of the lights on the car work? Do you hear any noise when you attempt to start car? Try moving the gear shifter out of Park position and then back again a few times. Turn the key to the start position a few times. Problem could be a bad ignition switch, neutral safety switch, starter or starter relay (located in underhood fuse box, #47 relay)
I have buyed me a E430 but i have problem with it.
does the bike work without the heart rate counter?
I don't have it and the resistance is always changing in every program.
So i like to know my bike is ok or not
The humming noise you hear is the fuel pump. It is probably your starter soleniod. If you hear an electric click under the dash near the steering column when you turn the key then the ignition switch is ok and your starter needs to be replaced. This happened to me last month.
There are 2 possibilities causing your problem. 1. Fuel pump. On some cars it is possible to hear the fuel pump when they are mounted in the rear. They are the electric impulse type, and only operate on demad.
2. automotaic load leveling suspension. The car will automotically adjust to the increase or decease of load thru its shocks.
The camera may in fact be hung in voice recording mode, or may in fact have a low voltage error or internal failure. Suggest that you follow this routine. 1 remove batteries and press the on button, nothing should happen. Allow camera to sit for five minutes. 2 remove memory card if one is installed into camera. 3 install two fresh batteries in camera and attempt to power it on. 4. once on set the time and date. attempt to take a photo. then cycle the camera off. Once again power it on and see if the settings remain intact. If it is working then power off and insert the memory card and test again. I have found that allowing the camera batteries to run low and die in the camera cause a series of problems like the one that you have. Always use rechargable batteries of the Nickel metal hydride construction in this camera. This is the only known reliable power source for this camera. Note: camera instructions for this model can not be found on the samsungusa site and you will have to go to http://www.samsungcamera.com to find instructions for this older model.