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Marine engine PCM 343 excalibur starts popping sound after 3,500 revs. Changed distributer set and plugs but no cahange.Today temperature went up to 200 Degrees Celsius. Anyone know of the same problem?

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SOURCE: Error Codes 9-343

This error code can be caused for a number of reasons:
- Replace the IBT assembly (as Kemo mentioned). The alignment holes on the bottom inboard side of the IBT are used to position the 2nd BTR. the holes may not be positioning the 2nd BTR in the proper location. Once you replace the IBT the cam gear and the clutch drive gear should mesh properly.
- Main Motor If this motor is too slow to start up, then the 2nd BTR sensor sees it as a slow 2nd BTR movement. resulting in the error code. This would only apply if:While watching the machine warm up, you will notice that the 2nd BTR assembly cycles about 4 times before coming into ready.
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-At power on, machine immediately declares a 9-343 code. The second BTR assembly cams in continuously. A piece of paper has logged itself behind the service panel connector plug.
Remove logged sheet of paper from behind service module plug.
*** This is the type of problem where you should really have an expert assist, someone who knows the hardware of the machine and has access to the possible parts required to resolve.
*** NOTE: I only listed a few possible resolutions, however it could be the PWB causing this among other variables. I recommend contacting the manufacturer for assistance.

I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: we own a samsung cooltech

Im no expert, but you can try this, take the back bottom cover off and you will see two drairn pipes going into a drip tray. remove those pipes ( just pull them down ) make SURE they are not blocked ( there is a rubber thing at the top that can close up--- just cut it open ) place a bucket under those pipes and leave your fridge off and the doors OPEN........ it may take a couple of days for ALL the ice to defrost. when you think its done--- leave it a few hours and if there is any water being collected --- you still have ice in there. i was amazed at how much and for how long water kept dripping out of the fridge drain pipe.... the pipe nearest to the compresser is for the frezzer, If the sensor that tells the fridge to get cold is all iced up it wont even try to get cold--- it thinks it is already.

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SOURCE: Celestial split system air conditioner

I am a repair man and have had this problem quite a few times, check that the remote is set to heat and 30 degrees.usually a symbol like the sun,very similar to cool easy to mix up.If the a/c is set to heat the indoor fan will not start till outdoor unit has heated coil.

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SOURCE: Fridge compartment is not cooling down to set temperature

The fridge gets its cold air from the freezer through a vent between the freezer and fridge.The fan in the freezer blows air through it. There is a flap you adjust with the fridge temp. control. Make sure it's opening and closing when you adjust the fridge temp ..

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Switch from Celsius to Fahrenheit Temperature setting

Press cancel and bake buttons simultaneously for 3-5 seconds until C appears then use up/down buttons to change to Fahrenheit. Hope this helps!

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