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a lot of times sawdust gets into the switch contacts and won't allow the tool to operate. I would try turning the switch on/off several times and see if it temporarily helps. Also check the cord. Let me know if you need more assistance.
IF you have an E1 finisher on it, Turn OFF copier the E580 error is most likely related to the stack tray lift motor. Try disconnecting the finisher. That means pulling it away from the copier and unplugging the cable from the back of the copier. Turn the copier back on. This won't solve your problem, but you should be able to use the copier until a tech can have a look at it.
on your brake pedal yuo have a switch to turn off the brake lights when not in use and when depressed turns on yuor brake lights. i would suggest either trying to adjust them on the pedal and if not replace the switch.
Can you get the key out? if so then it is a bad ignition switch. If the key won't remove then the nuetral safety switch from the transmission is not sending a signal to the switch to relase the key and it wont turn off till the selenoid in the column relases the pin that is holding it back.
That could be the issue, but I would recommend that you lubricate any moving parts that you see, and shoot some in the ignition switch as well. Use only a graphite lubricant. Worst case scenario, you have to get a new switch.
When the washer fills but does not agitate or spin
then you can check if the lid switch is fine. You can jump start the lid switch
by connecting both the wires with each other or use the third wire to act as
jumper between the two. After this if the problem is solved then replacing lid
switch is recommended repair. Please get back to me if you have any other
Please check manually the motor and see if it moves freely. Now make sure that the power plug and the connections to the switch are not tampered , check the continuity of the plug to the switch and to the motors.
If you notice any dirt or insects make sure that this has not clogged on the motor. If so clean using a degreasing spray- WD40- would be recommended.
If the motor is tight , lightly oil or degrease using the spray while manually rotating.
Once this is done connect the power while taking all precaution. Use the meter to check the flow of the circuit to the switch and to the motor. If there is a trip switch see that it is reset.
If there is power to the motor and still it does not work the brushes might be dirty and might need a cleaning/ reset.