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Problem with A2...the solenoid not triggers automatic..also push button back of the machine not works..its not the solenoid

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Where do I find a Faema Smart A2 replacement touch pad? The left push panel is not working and the guy fixing it wants me to order a new one but I can't find a matching part anywhere on the internet.


You're looking for part number 3301135601. I've come across a few Smarts with Due front panels - so measure your keypad: if it's 68x58mm you need a Due version instead.

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Our coffee machine is continually beeping and the water flow will not flow automatically, is there a reset button or something


It's beeping because it's in programming mode. Usual reason with a machine of this age is that the touchpad has failed. Water gets into the touchpad membrane after a while, which makes the controller think a button has been pressed. If it thinks the STOP button is being pressed/held for more than 5 seconds, it goes into programming....
To confirm: Remove drip tray, take lid off controller box and unplug one of the flat plugs from the keypad (there will be two long thin plugs next to each other, and probably a space or two for extra plugs). When you get the correct one, the beeping will stop and the machine will resume normal operation on the working keypad.

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Is there a reset switch for the heating component of the Siemens WT46W560/08 dryer


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the trigger activates a switch that activates the solenoid. You can test the solenoid with leads it will click if it is working with 110v leads. Warning the pump is not 110v is is 12v it has a rectifier in the machine.

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Why won't 2003 pontiac grand prix. shifter come out of park?


Shift - interlock system problem .
Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control System
The automatic transmission shift lock control system is a safety device that prevents an inadvertent shift out of PARK when the engine is running. The driver must press the brake pedal before moving the shift lever out of PARK position. The system consists of the following components:
• The automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid
• The automatic transmission park lock solenoid
• The automatic transmission shift lock control switch
• The transmission range switch
With the ignition in the ON position, battery voltage is supplied to the automatic transmission shift lock control switch. The circuit continues through the normally-closed switch to the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid. The transmission range switch provides a path to ground for the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid in the PARK position. With the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid energized the shift lever is mechanically locked in the PARK position. When the driver presses the brake pedal, the contacts in the automatic transmission shift lock control switch open, de-energizing the automatic transmission shift lock control solenoid. This allows the shift lever to move from the PARK position. When the shift lever is out of the PARK position the controlled ground contacts in the transmission range switch open. This prevents the automatic transmission shift lock solenoid from energizing when the vehicle is out of the PARK position.

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1983 FXRP starter continues to engage after bike is running.


Your solenoid is sticking for some reason. It could be an electrical problem. If you have one of the rubber boots over the end of the solenoid, slide it back so you can see the electrical connections on the solenoid. Look closely at the connection of the small "trigger" terminal on the back of the solenoid. Notice if it's touching either of the two large connectors. If the connector for the trigger terminal is touching the lower large terminal, when you activate the starter. the lower connector goes hot thus triggering the solenoid even after you take your finger off the button. At that point, the solenoid is self-triggering. This is the most common cause.

You may have a mechanical bind in the linkage on the inside of the primary as well. You'll have to disconnect the battery and take the primary cover off. Make sure the return spring, washer, and the small pin are installed correctly. Pull the starter shaft fork forward and see if it returns on it's own. Make sure the pins are in the inner primary that align the outer primary cover. If they've been removed, this will allow the outer primary to be installed out of alignment and the starter shaft will bind in the bearing making it not want to return and keep the solenoid engaged after you release the starter button.

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Steve

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I have been trying to turn on my chain saw. Ive pulled the handle back by the trigger gave a few pull on the rope. then i pushed the button in on the side also the push the button back in by the trigger...


The chainbrake should be activated when starting the chain saw. Activate the chain brakeby pushing the front hand guard forwards.b>Cold engine Start position, 1: Set the start/stop switch in the choke position by pulling thered control outward - upward.Decompression valve: Press the valve to reduce the pressure in the cylinder and makestarting easier. Once the machine has started the valve will automaticallyreturn to its original setting.Air purge: Press the air purge diaphragm repeatedly until fuel fills thediaphragm (at least 6 times). The diaphragm need not be completely filled.Grip the front handle with yourleft hand. Hold the chain saw on the ground by placing your right foot throughthe rear handle.Pull the starter handle, 4: Pull the starter handle with your right hand and pull out thestarter cord slowly until you feel a resistance (as the starter pawls engage)then pull firmly and rapidly until the engine fires.Push down the red choke control: As soon as the engine fires which can be heard through a"puff" sound, push down on the red choke control.Pull the starter handle (6): Keep on pulling the cord powerfully until the engine starts.

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Too much water coming out.


When you press the trigger an angled piece on the end of the plastic rod attached to the trigger pushes valve button in that then releases fluid. On releasing the trigger, the valve button is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring. The button gets sticky with evaporated cleaning fluid and does not come back out, causing fluid to continuously run. Try taking the machine outside, fill the tank with very hot water, pull the trigger, and let the clean, hot water flow through the valve. Perhaps it will free up. If not, the valvle will have to be replace. Either way, once it is working, ALWAYS flush the entire system with hot, clean, clear water to remove any cleaning solution in the system or it will only clog again

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Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Deluxe


Follow the plastic extension that runs from the trigger through the length of the handle. This requires more disassembly that at just the trigger. At the end of the plastic extension you will find a triangular-shaped "ramp" that pushes against a "button" plunger that opens the valve that releases solution. When you release the trigger, the triangular ramp retreats and the plunger is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring in the valve. This plunger sticks because of accumulated soap from evaporated solution. Try cleaning that valve and plunger by running clean, hot water through the system OR replace the valve. In the future ALWAYS thoroughly flush the system with hot, clean water after using the machine.

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