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What is the code for .425-.5 probe

What is code for .425-.5 probe

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My wolf (red) ch-6-29-ft22l-lbl the oven has to b set at 425 to maintain 350 is this a tstat problem or gas valve issue ?. when set on 350 the flame cuts back at 275 and holds there..


William, probably needs the temperature probe(sensor) replaced.
You may be able to see it hanging on back wall in oven.
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Xerox 425dc service code


Hi.
The 425 dc error code refers to the department code assigned to the printer.
425 means that you have entered an invalid department code.
to fix this, you need to turn off the department codes
To do this, press the menu button so that it says machine defaults
then use the arrow down scroll button until you get department codes, then press enter
Scroll down to select off, and then press enter again.
Now press the features button to return the printer to a ready state.
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HI. This code will indicate that there is a fault within the meat probe device.

The Problem could be with the probe, the receptacle, or probe circuit. Check the probe for faults. Look for pinched wire. Look for condensation or contamination on the probe receptacle. Replace probe if all else checks out ok.

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What is it that you are trying to do withe the copier????? The funcations of the copier are all set to different clock pulese. And if it dose not get the right one at the right time it will code out.... Self defeating I would say...

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