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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I read something the other day in the user manual about re-setting the microprocessors if the display doesn't display properly. Turn the amp off. Hold down the input mode & analog buttons while turning power on. The whole display should flash on & off at 1 sec intervals, then release the two buttons. This resets the microprocessors & supposedly fixes display problems.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I tried everything. I unplugged the machine and moved the printer cartridges to the far left and cleaned and pressed down the spring loaded sponge on the right, over and over again. I also moved the springloaded thing (w/white plastic) forward and backward. Another suggestion was to move the print cartridge holder back and forth sideways. None of these things helped. And there was nothing visibly out of place. I was stumped. Then I found a thread that suggested Windex!!! Even though the error seemed to correlate with a paper jam that had occurred, I was ready to try anything. I got paper towels and windex (I didn't have an eye dropper). I sprayed the paper and cleaned where the cartridges normally sit. Nothing. In desperation I sprayed each pad below the cartridge in the middle area and I sprayed the "sponge" thingy to the right. Really soaked it. Cycled the on/off about 3 times and IT WORKS! (Fingers are black but that's a minor issue compared to unhooking and transporting and waiting and paying for service...) When you cycle the Windex through it soaks up the sticky dried up ink and cleans things up. Don't use other cleaners--use Windex or water.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
THe click you would hear is the speaker relay turning on the speakers. If a problem is detected in the amplifier seciton, the relay will not engage. This is often called protect mode and is done to prevent damage to either the speakers or the amp itself. If I remember correctly, these units have discrete transistor outputs and can easily be repaired. These are not the easiest for access however. I would suggest a trip to the repair shop for this one. Expect a parts cost in the $40 range.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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Possible that the inlet valve is not working or the ccontrol unit is faulty.
Please switch off and when switched on check for the voltage to the inlet valve, if water flows, if not the control panel is faulty.
If voltage is present and valve does not work then the valve is faulty.
Also check the DOOR switch( a safety switch) because if the switch is not working the control panel will not allow the control panel to proceed to switch on motor.
Also check and tighten all the connectors to the control panel.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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