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refill the battery with electrolyt and charge it fully, then try to start the vehicle
If it cranks/turns over no faster have the starter motor checked.
Ensure that the timing belt is intact before you do anything, and that it is in the correct position.
Ensure that the oil is clear of water and is clean and is topped up to the top mark on the dipstick
Assuming you have checked the above and the belt and oil/coolant is all as they should be, and you have a fully charged battery and the starter is ok .......attempt to start the vehicle. Turn it over/ crank it over a few times if it does not start immediately.
Should it not start perform a compression check to find out the
engine's state of health.
Then come back with the results and we can go feom there.
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<span style="font-weight: bold;">Airgle Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Turn off and unplug the unit </li>
<li>Press the light button to the "on" position </li>
<li>Plug in the unit, and then release the button after the Filter-check starts</li>
<li>The system will automatically reset the Filter-Check Gauge in about 25 seconds</li>
<li>Once the procedure has completed resetting, please turn on the unit and press "Filter Check" button again.</li>
<li>This time, the system should report an accurate result.
</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Alive Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Insert a straightened out paper clip into the reset hole, with the unit off, and push the Timer button.</li>
<li>You should hear a 2 beeps, signaling that the Reset was successful.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Holmes Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Units which have an indicator light must be
reset once the HEPA filter has been replaced. Reset indicator by inserting
a small object (such as a pin
or paperclip) into the hole marked reset.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Honeywell Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Reset the filter indicator by pressing and holding the "Filter Monitor" button until the indicator light shuts off.</li></ol>or<br />
<li>With the unit powered on, press and hold the appropriate filter<br />indicator button down for approximately 10 seconds until the<br />light turns off.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Hunter Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Change the filter and/or pre-filter.</li>
<li>Now, you must choose which counter you want to reset. Press and hold the filter reset key (approximately three seconds) until the prefilter indicator flashes. Press and release the reset key again to alternate between the two indicators. The counter that will be reset is designated by the flashing indicator. For Models 36394 and 36395: Use the tip of a pen or pencil to press the key.</li>
<li>Once you have the correct indicator flashing, press and hold the reset key for three seconds to reset that counter to zero hours. The indicator will stop flashing when it has been reset. If needed, repeat these steps to reset the other counter.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">IQAir Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>To reach the Filter Life Reset function from the main display window, press the Menu key seven times.</li>
<li>Press and hold the Enter key until the flashing cursor appears. Release the Enter key. The first filter selection to appear is the Pre-Filter.</li>
<li>Press the Up Arrow key to select the filter that has been replaced. The Filter Life LED for the appropriate filter is now flashing red.</li>
<li>Press the Enter key to confirm that the selected filter has been replaced. The filter life LED for the appropriate filter is now flashing red.</li>
<li>Press the Enter key one more time to confirm the filter change or to exit without resetting the filter life, press the Menu key (M=Menu).</li>
<li>Upon successful reset of the filter life, the new remaining filter life (taking the currently selected fan speed into account) will be displayed, and the filter LED light on the control panel will change from red to green.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Kenmore Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Press the FUNCTION and OFF TIMER buttons at the same time for five
seconds. The CHANGE FILTER INDICATOR will flash five times and turn off
1. With the Car Off, Press and hold down the Odometer Trip Reset Button. 2. While still pressing the Trip Reset Button, Turn the Ignition Key half way on where all your oil, check engine lights etc.. turn on. Don't turn it as far as you would to normally start the car. Wait a few seconds and the Check engine light will turn off. 3. Turn the key back to the Off position and you're done.
The Change Filter indicator light is controlled by a timer, rather than detecting the condition of the filter. After changing the filter, hold down the timer and speed buttons for about 5 seconds. This turns off the indicator light and resets the timer.
Hi Linda - there is a "reset" hole - you have to stick a pin or a paper clip in the hole when you change the HEPA filter - I just found this out myself! It does work. Mine didn't work right away, but it did end up resetting and went back to green after a few moments. I think this happened to me last time. The filters are really expensive, but you can get them at Walmart. If you need more information, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll tell you what model filter, etc.
When the red light is blinking, press and hold both up and down arrows until the red light blinks RAPIDLY, release both for a second or two, and press and hold both again until it stops blinking. It cured my problem.