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I have ordered a used bevel unit but would like to know if anyone has any ideas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: piece has fallen out of printer
Yea I had the exact same problem with my Lexmark X1185
Was very lucky I didnt throw out the clear strip thingie before learning what it was :)
Anyways the strip itself passes through a shader sensor located on the rear or the cartridge carrier.( see pic 1 ) .
The second picture shows everything else in close detail Including which side of strip goes where.
Pay attention to the spring (circled in yellow) because i believe it is the cause of the whole problem...The spring end was pulled straight or has too little tension .
Posted on May 25, 2008
There is only one A/C system split into 2 zones. Check the blend door actuator, it may have failed in one position or something may be jamming it. Also check the control panel in the dash, My 98 yukon did the same thing, no matter what temp you selected for the front it would blow at about 70 degrees. There is a circuit board in the control panel that gets corroded and one of the circuits controls blend door operations. Have a look.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
It sounds silly but there is a separate unit in your console that you can only turn off if you go in from back seats. You probably already did that, but if not try. You can not turn it off from any controls on front panel. If it doesn't work, I would think something is wrong with the switch. Open it up and look at wire connection from switch regulator. It also has a heat regulator on the console facing back seats? Mine does anyways.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
ground wire on the circuit board needs to be checked and these units need to have a GOOD three wire cord with a proper grounded outlet
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Remove the front cover of the unit to expose the cooling coil. Put the unit on and observe if there will be formation of frost (ice) on the coil. If there's frost formation, the common cause is dirty cooling coil. Have it cleaned using an alkali base coil cleaner. If the coil is clean, then the problem is the fan motor. It might be turning slow due to copper loss. Have it replaced.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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