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Re: wont charge green light only
Well good luck with the cost of doing that its not a DIY job there are lots of traps for thr uninitiated inside the 910. Its almost a better option to buy a new GPS. TomTom ar built to a price and have many problems. There are over 180 problems with TomToms liasted and in lockdown on this site alone. If you decide to buy a new GPS that is better serviced and less problems look at the Altina A860 or the 8010 on Marbella australia Site. prices are good too, contact them for their price and freight to your location and the maps you would neede for your location. I have only ever had to update maps and the occasional battery for these units compared to somje others including TOMTOM. Circuit board is $90 + labour and postage
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You need to open the casing to access th inside components.
Remove the screws on the backside, cut any stickers or labels that cover the seam.
You will see a 12v voltage converter mounted to the back cover.
Test it to ensure it is working properly. Is it putting out the proper voltage? If it is then check the battery to see if it has proper voltage or can hold a charge. These are the two most common problems and can be easily replaced if defective. The circuit board is less common.
When you turn it on, are you using the remote control or the power button on the side of the unit?
When pressing any buttons on the unit, be it the power from the channel selectors, you should hear a 'click' from the actual button on the printed circuit board inside the unit.
If you are not hearing this 'click' the plastic mounts holding the printed circuit board in place may have become dislodged from its position. You can rectify this but it will involve removing the back of the unit to access where you need to get too.
If you are hearing this 'click' and still nothing is happening, it's possible the buttons have become faulty and you may need to either replace the buttons or the entire printed circuit board that holds the buttons.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
Hi. This will be the cause of a faulty switch. This light switch is an integrated part of the dispenser control circuit board. This will require you, or your service tech to replace the entire dispenser/ice maker control board. It will be located just behind the dispenserfascia, mounted on a bracket. the actual light switch circuit is mounted on this board.
NOTE_ I would advise to shutdown this unit for five minutes. Simply unplug the unit for this length of time. This will reset the board, and possibly, fix this fault if it is not to severe. If the shutdown dose not correct the switch action, simply replace the dispenser/switch control circuit board.
not sure how long you have had this, but if the unit was completely turned off or battery completely dead, you have to hold the power button for about 15 seconds for the 3000t to start up...assuming the charge light at the top right is orange (that means its charging) no light means its not charging, green light means fully charged. if there is no power light on at the top right of unit, either the charger is bad or the port on the board is bad (which i do have) good luck and hope this helps. bill
Yes, possibly a cracked pc board if the unit was dropped. But check to make sure that the charging unit's connector is clean as well as the unit to be charged. I had a problem with my wireless phone and a PDA not charging because of dirty contacts. I got to the contacts using a long Q-tip moisten with Isopropyl alcohol and scrubbed them clean. I now do it about twice a year. No problems since then. firstname.lastname@example.org
hi. this is a main mother board issues with a number of circuit component failures. the power section of this unit is safe but, the main assembly will need to be repaired. the quick shutdown is signaling merging circuitry, due to a heat related issue.
This can be fixed by replacing the entire mother board in this unit.
If when you press the power button the little green light on the right blinks it indicates that your circuit board is still ok. It would most likely be a bad lens unit. If you press the power button and the little green light does not blink you have a bad circuit board and it needs to be replaced.
Same thing happened to me, I called the company, and they told me to remove the battery, press the on button for 5 seconds, which clears the system, replace the battery and do a long charge 12 hours. I'm in the process of doing that now.
You probably have bad capacitors in the DM board assy. These are going to have to be replaced. There are also surface mounted fuses, two of these inside this board. If you do not know how to solder on printed circuit boards, and work with surface mounted components, play it safe and call out a pro to assist you in this repair. Good Luck.