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To reset Error codes C0500 and C0501, perform the following steps.
1-Turn the machine "OFF".
2-Press the "STOP" button on the basic panel.
3-Keep the button pressed and turn the machine "ON".
4-Do not release the button, until the machine warm up.
5-After few seconds Error code will remove and machine will reset.Basic menu will show no error on LCD screen.This means error code has been removed and photocopier machine is ready to use.
cade = code?
and 96 the code or the year?????????????????????????????
and dyna heavy truck
built 1979 to present, vast forms. what is yours.?????
no engine stated.
NO MODEL (dyan)
No engine size. (or transmission type A/T or M/T?, if that is in question)
NO HELP (or your joy)
No country , too , is a royal pain , all cars are different by country (laws)
You mean the network unlock code(special code)?What is your mobile model?I suggest you can approach unBBlock.com (specially for blackberry models) or Simpleunlocking.com and get the respective unlock code.
Hi just read your posting.Now ERROR CODE 40 is called Bowl Dis-engage Fault.This means that the clutch has not re-engaged to start the machine on a spin cycle.There are 4 things to check on your machine to establish where the fault is located.The 1st is the clutch,the 2nd is the pressure switch tube,the 3rd is the control module and the last your machine has too many suds in the bowl.Would you like me to help you test all of these things in the list?Please reply on how you would like to proceed and I will help you as much as I can.Looking forward to your reply.
P0734 means that your transmission is slipping. This being the case, it is not surprising that the gas mileage is poor. You will need to have your transmission checked out professionally. Take it to a trustworthy transmission mechanic or to a dealer. Get a second opinion before you have any work done.