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warm the machine back up, get the glue sticky again, then work it off, either by going in forward or reverse, whichever works best for the given situation. Don't use anything sharp as the rollers damage easily....very expensive
The code 6 failure code is the toggle throttle [engager] isn't in the neutral position when power is applied to the scooter. If the engager doesn't return to the neutral position as soon as you turn the key on the scooter would start to move, that woul
Engager 1. Check connections on red, white and black wires at crimps and soldered joints. (Flash Code 7) 2. Use meter to check for: - White & Red: 5k1 + 10% - Red & Black: 2.5k1 (approx.) - White & Black: 2.5k1 (approx.) 3. With meter between Red & Black, squeeze engager forward. Resistance should go from 2.5k down to 01 smoothly. 4. With meter between White & Black, squeeze engager reverse. Resistance should go from 2.5k down to 0 1 smoothly. 5. Check voltages (with key on): - Forward - Red- 4.5V + .1V - Neutral - Black- 2.5V + 0.1V - Reverse - White - .5V +.1V If using a Test Harness - White & Red: 5k, Forward - Red & Brown: 2-5k, Reverse - White & Brown: 2-5k. 1. Use Red & Brown squeeze engager slowly forward 25 down to 0 slowly. 2. Use White & Brown squeeze engager slowly reverse 25 down to 0 slowly. Make sure dial speed is set to10.
It sounds that, the memory IC to your TV has damaged. This IC can be located very near to main system control IC. A very small one, with 8 solder terminals. Even though it is very small, function of it while the TV works is great. The work is a semi-skilled one, and you must have some knowledge in electronics to proceed.
Atthe bottom of the vacuuam are screws to take off...two of them are near the rear wheel assembly....two of them are behind the front mini wheels (just pry the front mini wheels so that they pop out...they pop back in) Remove all of the screws. Remove the bottom from the top..they come apart in two pieces. Ceck the belt on the bottom piece. Slide the roller out starting from the end opposite from the motor end. With the roller off, slacken the the belt so that it misses the gear on the motor (you will have to hold it with your hand). Plug in the vacuum. Turn the power on to the roller on position. The motor should work and the green light should be on. If the motor doesn't work, then it is defective. If it does work, turn off, unplug and shoot the gear and the two ends of the roller with WD-40. reassemble. good luck.
Try pouring some shredder oil into the throat where you normally insert the paper and run the machine in reverse.Put machine back into ready condition.
Put a piece of paper in the throat just enough so the machine should run but not all the way in so that the cutting mechanism catches the paper...all you want to do is make the machine run forwards but not actually be feeding in any paper.
If it wont even run in the forward direction you may have a pcb prob...give Royal a call at 1-800-524-0799 for parts assistance.