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1.Power machine off and wait until completely off.
2. unplug power cord from wall.
3. with power cord STILL DISCONNECTED turn machine on and off again.
4.WAIT 60 SECONDS
5. plug power cord back in and turn back on
If this does not resolve the issue call for service.
Hope it helps!
I had the same problem, and it turned out it was the top needle that was clogged. I used a safety pin to clean out the needle and it worked again . . . I descaled immediately, just in case it needed that too. I am back to coffee goodness!
1) 1st check the filter under the machine (it unscrews behind the access panel 2) open front door and pull back the rubber membrane to see metal and clean out the debris blocking drain holes 3) remove the drain hose from the machine (spring clip) and try and run water thru it and keep blowing out the junk and re-attach 4) run the machine thru 2 cleaning cycles w/bleach and without bleach 5) start using less detergent
it's possible that the battery has failed completely.
1.take the battery out 2. connect the power cord to adapter and connect adapter to power outlet.
if you get a power light on on your device, attempt restart. if not you may need to either replace the cord that goes from you device to the adapter or your motherboard or the power plug on your motherboard may have failed in which case you may still have to replace accordingly.
Hello tkeymer,I’m an owner like you and will try to help.Have you had any recent electrical storm activity?Is the 120V AC source power supplying the machine on a surge protector?Good troubleshooting steps in verifying 120VAC at the service outlet, was that done with a Digital Volt Meter?If so do you feel OK to troubleshoot 120VAC power?The service manual/schematic doesn’t document the EMI filter (see page 31 of the SM) very well.I believe 120VAC power will pass thru that before being distributed in the machine.I would check 120VAC thru the EMI filter.If it is good there then we would have to get into deeper troubleshooting and verify power to the control board. There are no internal fuses that I’m aware of in the machine.Power is applied to the machine thru the main system relay K6 per the FAV6800AW schematicThe FAV6800AW schematic is located in the console of the machine.If you feel you are not qualified to troubleshoot 120VAC power in the machine I would call in a qualified repair service that is familiar with the FAV6800AW.This could be a dead Control Board issue but without a known good Control Board to swap out all we can do is verify power to the control board.Let me know how far you want to go in troubleshooting.Service Manualand Sears Parts Direct for reference.
It would help to know what kind of machine this is. But check to make sure the cable from the ADF is plugged into the back of the copier. If it is not. Turn off the machine, unplug it from the wall, then plug the ADF into the machine. After that is complete plug the machine back in and power up.
the lid switch must be working properly for it to spin.this is the area on most top loaders where theres a small hole and the actuator on the lid goes thru it and activates the lid switch .inspect this area for wear or damage