I have a tech out on a call with illegible diagrams
I have a service tech out on a call. The company that came before tried to fix it and when he couldn't, he just left. H e left all the wires and everything just hanging out and the diagram on the cover is illegible. All I need is to know where to get the diagram from off the net so I can send him a link at the jobsite on his phone.
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Most gate service technicians can work on just about any gate operator. Many do not like working on those gate operators available only over the internet, since these companies usually import cheap operators and do not provide much in the way of parts support.
Try entering the words gate motor repair and your zip code to bring up a list of gate service techs in your area. Call around until you find one. Expect to spend about $150 to $200 on the service call plus parts.
If you don't find a gate tech near you, try looking for a garage door tech. While more complicated, the gate operators and garage door operators have many similarities. Call the gate operator company and have the service tech work with them to fix the gate operator.
Maybe try another ac man/company. Try to find someone who has experience with you brand of ac. Minisplits can be a troubleshooting nightmare without tech support. Try researching for yourself to find a customer service # for the brand of equipment you have and get a tech support # for you next ac tech. You can call local ac/refrigeration parts houses to ask who sell that brand. Get in touch with that parts house and ask for a name of the ac company who buys the mini splits to install.
I've provided IT support for over 30 yrs I have never heard of this group but legitimate new IT companies pop all the time but try googling the company whenever you are not sure of the legitimate nature of a company or services
Digidesign / AVID does not release Schematic Diagrams -even internal to the company unless you are the service tech or hardware engineer on the project. You are going to have to send that in to a Service Center or to the Palo Alto, CA service warehouse.
Locate a factory authorized technician and have them service it under the warranty, if it has one. The manufacturer should have a complete list of companies that do independent techs. I used to be a tech. for 35 different companies, so they are out there.
LAPTOP MAY HAVE BEEN ILLEGALLY OBTAINED. CERTAIN SOFTWARE PROGRAMS ON THE MARKET WILL LOCK THE COMPUTER TO PREVENT INFO THEFT OR USE.ASSUMING THIS IS NOT THE CASE SEND THE LAPTOP TO FACTORY FOR QUICK FIX.HOPE THIS HELPS.ALSO I CAN NOT BELIEVE THAT THE FACT. SERVICE TECHS GAVE YOU THE RUN AROUND THAT'S UNUSUAL FOR THIS COMPANY.ALSO CONGRATS ON YOU GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND TO HELP YOUR CUSTOMER.RICHARDM69
I would contact Jensen company. they may have a pdf file with the diagram, or they will tell you where you might find one. Also try asking there tech assistance personal to help you with your problem. Most companies have tech assistance for people like me who repair equipment. They are most familiar with there products.