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Circuit fault. Protection system energizes. Some short circuit at its main power amplifier board. If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Search the site by type in the "brand name" of your device; (Exclude the model number), in the "Search box at the top right of the display window of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts.
May be the lid switch is faulty. There would be switch which confirm the Door is closed. If the switch is fault the the lid lock will not get activated and the the machine wont run. Try to find the switch and replace it. If you bypass it then you wont be able to close the door because the the lid lock will get activated before you close it.
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This washer only has f fail code, they recommend you contact svc person for repair. Fail code for F02: F2
Door lock fault detected
The door lock on the washing machine has been detected as faulty or failed to engage correctly.
Check that the washing machine door has been closed correctly and is engaging the door lock correctly
Heater pressure switch
The program is interrupted and the drain pump is operated. The display shows Technical fault F51. Call Service Department. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes.
Start position: One second after the program start, heater relay K1/1 is activated. This enables a check as to whether the contacts on heater pressure switch B1/13 have closed on switching steps 21/22 or 11/12.
Heater relay defective; contact open.
Replace the heater relay.
Heater relay solenoid defective.
Replace the heater relay.
Connection from heater relay to electronic module open-circuited.
1. Check plug connections.
2. Check the connection wires for continuity.
Heater pressure switch open- or short-circuited.
Replace the heater pressure switch.
Connection from heater pressure switch to electronic open-circuited.
Dear The refill guy may done somthing which by pass the CRUM chip. At your end you may check the module attached to the toner cart.and test with alter that chip. This may solve. Before doing this pl.check the errorcode display .there might be other related problem with the machine. Thanks.
If the lens got stuck, you have a problem. It can be caused by many things. A broken sprocket, a broken gear, just a little dent in the lens barrel, dried out grease and many other things. Even a defective motor or just a bad contact or a broken connection can be the cause. Non of them can be repaired by yourself. Sometimes, tapping the camera on the palm of your hand, could solve the problem (temporarily), but don't bump it to hard, or you could damage it beyond repair. Tap it with the lens barrel down ward, asif you want to tap it out. But only in a few occasions it really would work. If the battery has enough power, to switch the camera on, pulling it through a setup and displaying the error message, the battery should not be the cause. Getting out the battery and replacing it after a few moments, could reset the error, so i tries again to switch on normal. But if the error keeps coming back, I think it is wise to start saving for a new camera. Most camera's on the market now, perform better and will cost a fraction of what you paid a couple of years ago.
Is the machine turning on? If so, put your ears closely on the keyboard and listen if the hdd and fan is running and the lights appear they are working something. If they appear like they're working on something like normal, then this is mostly likely a problem with the inverter or the flourescent. If you can't see a vague image on the screen then it likely to be an inverter fault.
If such is the case then you need to buy yourself an inverter. you can find them on ebay. Your laptop has to be opened to install this so i suggest you call somebody who knows their way through technical stuff.
ON many machines with electronic controls, when a fault code shows, it is because something happened but is not necessarily still a fault, yet the electronics is not set-up to recognize whether the problem still exists. You need to remove the code in most cases and all is well again. Unplug the machine and wait 2 minutes. Then replug it.The electronics usually will reset to normal.
Hi there. Please try . Try this. The error code c3451 refers to a copier warm up error; the machine had not reached the correct temp within a specific time. I bet it happened when you first switched on one morning. Easy to reset and fault usually goes away.
To Reset switch machine off using the switch inside the front door, not the one on the control panel. Whilst holding the UTILITY key down on the control panel switch the machine back on keeping the UTILITY key held down. Eventually a Trouble reset key will be displayed in the LCD screen, touch this, OK will be displayed then power the machine off and then back on.
This will reset the error code, if the code reoccurs then there will be a problem with the fuser unit in the machine, and this will require replacing. Hope it did work for you. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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