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SOURCE: Timex sport 1440 wr50m

This site should help.

http://www.sports-watches.co.uk/watch_manuals/5e061.pdf

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SOURCE: Frig keeps overloading circuit breaker, just repaced relay

I think the compressor has a problem with its internal running coil , or it's grounded.To check it you can disconect the power to the compressor and then turn on the breaker , and if doesn't tripped the breaker ,you know the compressor is bad.

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SOURCE: i need a contact point at the overloads to interlock a different

If is a " starter" it wil have an overload relay with a NC contact. The newer IEC style starters are actually two components . The contactor and the overload realy assembly. These overload asembliess come in various ranges of current depending on the motor. They usually have both a NO and a NC contact. You didn't furnish the model number of the new starter. You are correct to use a starter to match the overloads to the motor current, not a contactor.

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SOURCE: F1 Relay circuit failure

Here is some wisdom for understanding F1 fault codes.

In some models, there are subcodes that make diagnosis even easier.

Here's a simple explanation of what's going on and how to troubleshoot:

The F1 code indicates that:


a. The electronic range control (ERC) is sensing heat in the oven when in a time-of-day (i.e., not cooking) mode.

b. The ERC is receiving information to run multiple heat functions simultaneously.


Although different components (depending upon the model) could generate the code, simple and straightforward testing using your ohm meter is all you gotta do to test for it.

1. Check the oven temperature sensor. The oven sensor has to be within spec or it will cause the F1 code.
As an example of being out-of-spec, the ERC will generate an F1 fault code when the sensor shows 1650 ohms during a time-of-day mode.
This is equivalent to 350°F in the oven.
The resistance isn't high enough to generate an F2 code (runaway temp) or an F3 or F4 code (shorted/open sensor circuit).
The ERC monitors the sensor circuit after a heat cycle and expects the resistance to drop back to 1050-1100 ohms.
The fault code is generated when this doesn't happen. Checking the sensor circuit means also checking the harness,
harness connections and the sensor itself.

2. If the oven sensor circuit checks okay, then turn your inquisitive eyeballs to the touchpad.
If the range has a separate touchpad/keyboard, the keypad may have moisture that is shorting several circuits simultaneously.
If the F1 code is given immediately (instead of during or after a heat cycle),
remove the ribbon connector from the touchpad to the ERC after clearing the F1 code. If the F1 code does not return in five minutes,
then cast a suspicious gaze upon the touchpad/keyboard. Shorts may be caused by using an ammonia-based glass cleaner.
The touchpad surface will absorb ammonia-based cleaners that are sprayed directly on the glass surface. When heat is applied,
the surface material can break down causing shorts.
If you're gonna use ammonia-based cleaners on your control panel, then you should spray it on the rag and then wipe the touchpanel
-don't spray directly onto the surface of the touchpad.

3. On Amana ranges with a rotary temperature dial, be sure that the knob is in the OFF position when performing tests.

4. If these tests all check good, then replace the ERC.


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SOURCE: 2004 Yam VStar 1100 motorcycle-starter spins but will not engage

The starter one-way clutch in the left gearcase is bad.

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I have zanussi ZWH 6140 P WATER WONT DRAIN ERROR CODE 5 FLASHING RED LED LIGHTS?


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E51 - Motor power triac short-circuited.
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COLEMAN INVERTER PMP1200 JUST BEEPS WHEN TURNED ON


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Hope this helps?

Inverter Protection Features
• Short Circuit Protection. The inverter will automatically shut down until short is removed.
• Low Voltage Alarm. An alarm will sound when the voltage from the battery discharges to 10.5 +/- 0.5 volts DC. This is an indication that the battery needs to be recharged.
• Over Voltage Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the input exceeds 16.5 +/- 1 volt DC.
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Does the reset button need to be hooked up?


Yes of course if it was made with the unit its was important then as
well as it should be now contact manufacture. Reset buttons reset micro processor functions as well as reset the unit memory capability.. Hope this helps God bless

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Error code list


ALARMS THAT STOP THE DISHWASHER

A1 Want of water

Is the water cock open?

Does the water load solenoid valve work?

Is the water feed flow a min. of 5 l/min?

Is the water inlet filter clean?

Is the load solenoid valve filter clean?

Is the overflow inserted?

Do the tank/boiler pressure switches work properly?



C9 Automatic hood out of order

Alarm codes for automatic hood type dishwasher (see paragraph 9.2.1 Alarm codes for automatic

hood type dishwashers)



C12 Tank level sensor out of order

Are the connectors correctly connected?

Are connector contacts cleaned?

Does the air trap of the tank work correctly?

Is the level sensor broken (replace it with a new one)?



Alarm codes for automatic hood type dishwashers

When the alarm C9 appears, to facilitate fault-finding a parameter providing a more detailed indication has

been introduced.

The parameter is C9 and is found in the ron family.

The possible cause of the anomaly can be found (see next table) according to the value of the parameter C9.

E.g.: With an automatic hood type the alarm C9 appears.

Access the parameter C9 in the ron family.

Assuming the value displayed is:

20 ? During lifting, the current absorbed by the lifting motor has exceeded the threshold. This can happen if

a rack or other heavy material was placed on the hood.









ALARMS THAT DON'T STOP THE DISHWASHER (SHOWN ON THE USER INTERFACE AT REGULAR INTERVALS)

b1 Drain not efficient

Has the overflow been removed?

Is the water drain blocked?

Is the drain pump blocked?

Are the air trap and tank pressure switch clean?

Is there a constriction in the drain tube?

Is the pump breather pipe returning to the tank clogged or constricted?

Does the tank pressure switch work properly?

Is there a hole in the drain tube (only for versions with drain pump)?



b2 Overflow alarm

Is the water drain blocked?

Are the air trap and tank pressure switch clean?

Does the tank pressure switch work properly?

Is the load solenoid valve blocked? (see electrical wiring diagram - YV1 Filling solenoid valve)

Is the load solenoid valve relay stuck? (see electrical wiring diagram - RL5 relay of AP2 board)



C1 Boiler temperature rise too fast

Does the boiler level sensor work properly? The boiler could be empty.

Are no-original power resistances installed?



C2 Boiler temperature too high

Has the boiler temperature been changed (btC - increased above 90°C)?

Has the software alarm value been modified (bH,)?

Does the boiler level sensor work properly?

Boiler relay/relays sticked (see electrical wiring diagram - RL1/ RL2/ RL3 relays of AP2 board)?



C3 Tank temperature too high

Is the feed water above 60°C?

Has the software alarm value been modified (tHi)?

Is the rinse water temperature too high?

Is the tank relay stuck (see electrical wiring diagram - RL4 relay of AP2 board)?



C4 Tank temperature sensor out of order

Is the temperature sensor broken or disconnected (see electrical wiring diagram - ST1 Tank

probe)?

Is the temperature sensor connector correctly inserted?



C5 Tank temperature sensor out of order

Is the temperature sensor short-circuited (see electrical wiring diagram - ST1 Tank probe)?



C6 Boiler temperature sensor out of order

Is the temperature sensor broken or disconnected (see electrical wiring diagram - ST2 Boiler

probe)?

Is the temperature sensor connector correctly inserted?



C7 Boiler temperature sensor out of order

Is the temperature sensor short-circuited (see electrical wiring diagram - ST2 boiler probe)?



C10 Rinse temperature sensor out of order (only on machines with temperature sensor on the rinse circuit)

Is the temperature sensor broken or disconnected?

Is the temperature sensor connector correctly inserted?

C11 Rinse temperature sensor out of order (only on machines with temperature sensor on the rinse circuit)

Is the temperature sensor short-circuited?

C13 Rinse pump out of order (the water level of the boiler does not decrease)

Does the rinse pump work correctly?

Is there any bottleneck in the hose, that connect the air trap and the board sensor?



WARNING:

Alarms C2, C6 and C7 lock the boiler temperature control.

Alarms C3, C4 and C5 lock the tank temperature control.

In the case of alarms C6 and C7, the boiler waiting phase is not executed (the rinse may be performed

with cold water) and, during the initial warm-up and subsequent rinses ( btF > 0 ), the boiler heating

phase is not executed.

In the case of an open probe error ( C4, C6 e C10 ), the displayed temperature is 10°C

In the case of a shorted probe error ( C5,C7 e C11 ) , the displayed temperature is 99°C.



E1 Communication error

Is the connection between main board and control panel correct? Are the connectors correctly

connected?

Are connector contacts clean?

E2 Tank temperature low

Does the tank heating element work properly?

Are the connectors correctly connected?

Are the dishwasher feed voltage and current correct?

Is the relay RL4 (see electrical wiring diagram - RL4 relay of AP2 board) on the board disconnected

or faulty?

E3 Boiler temperature low

Does/do the boiler heating element/s work properly?

Are the connectors correctly connected?

Does the possible remote control switch connected to the heating element work correctly?

Is there power at the remote control switch input terminals?

Do boiler relays (see electrical wiring diagram - RL1/ RL2/ RL3 relays of AP2 board) work properly?



CAUTION: IF THERE IS A MALFUNCTION ON RELAY RL1 AND THE BOILER HEATING ELEMENTS

ARE FED BY MEANS OF A REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH, THE BOARD DOES NOT

HAVE TO BE REPLACED; JUST MOVE THE BOILER HEATING ELEMENT CONNECTOR TO

ONE OF THE TWO FREE POSITIONS ON THE BOARD.

CAUTION: WHEN ONE BRANCH OF THE HEATING ELEMENT DOES NOT WORK AND THE

OTHER TWO CONTINUE TO FUNCTION, ON REACHING THE SET TEMPERATURE VALUE,

ALARM 3 DISAPPEARS AND REAPPEARS IN THE SUBSEQUENT RINSE PHASE. THIS

ALSO OCCURS WHEN A PHASE IS MISSING.



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It ask printer absorver full, contact with service center


Canon waste ink full
With the printer power turned off, while pressing the Resume/Cancel button, press and hold the Power button. (DO NOT release the buttons. The Power LED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.)
2) While holding the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button. (DO NOT release the Power button.)
3) While holding the Power button, press the Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and then release both the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light
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Time(s) LED indication Function Remarks
0 times Green (Power) Power off When the print head is not installed, the
carriage returns and locks in the home position capped.
1 time Orange (Alarm) Service test print See 3-4. Verification Items, (1) Service test print.
2 times Green (Power) EEPROM information print
See 3-4. Verification Items, (2) EEPROM information print.
3 times Orange (Alarm) EEPROM initialization [hth: does not re-initialize Waste ink counter]
>>>> 4 times Green (Power) Waste ink counter resetting
5 times Orange (Alarm) Destination settings [hth: not applicable]
6 times Green (Power) Print head deep cleaning (Cleaning of both black and color)
[hth: 7-10 not applicable]
11 to 13 times Orange, Green, Orange (Alarm, Power, Alarm) Return to the menu selection
14 not used in servicing
15 Orange (alarm) return to the menu selection,.

Note: If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 16 or more times, the Alarm or Power LED lights steadily without
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found this at fixyourownprinter.com. Seems it works on most canon models and may work on your ip1800.

1) With the printer2_bing.gif power turned off, while pressing the Resume/Cancel button, press and hold the Power button. (DO NOT release the buttons. The Power LED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.)
2) While holding the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button. (DO NOT release the Power button.)
3) While holding the Power button, press the Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and then release both the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light
alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green, starting with Alarm LED.)
4) When the Power LED lights in green, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) according to the function listed in the table below. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and
Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green, starting with Alarm LED.) [hth: I believe the power button has to be pressed once more after cycling the alarm button to complete the action. The power/resume-cancel button LEDs toggle to help you count.]

Time(s) LED indication Function Remarks
0 times Green (Power) Power off When the print head is not installed, the
carriage returns and locks in the home position capped.
1 time Orange (Alarm) Service test print See 3-4. Verification Items, (1) Service test print.
2 times Green (Power) EEPROM information print
See 3-4. Verification Items, (2) EEPROM information print.
3 times Orange (Alarm) EEPROM initialization [hth: does not re-initialize Waste ink counter]
>>>> 4 times Green (Power) Waste ink counter resetting
5 times Orange (Alarm) Destination settings [hth: not applicable]
6 times Green (Power) Print head deep cleaning (Cleaning of both black and color)
[hth: 7-10 not applicable]
11 to 13 times Orange, Green, Orange (Alarm, Power, Alarm) Return to the menu selection
14 not used in servicing
15 Orange (alarm) return to the menu selection,.

Note: If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 16 or more times, the Alarm or Power LED lights steadily without
any changes.

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I need a contact point at the overloads to interlock a different


If is a " starter" it wil have an overload relay with a NC contact. The newer IEC style starters are actually two components . The contactor and the overload realy assembly. These overload asembliess come in various ranges of current depending on the motor. They usually have both a NO and a NC contact. You didn't furnish the model number of the new starter. You are correct to use a starter to match the overloads to the motor current, not a contactor.

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Relays are wired correctly (all except one) what you are doing is supplying the one side of the relay contacts with +12V and one side of the relay energising coils with +12V. the other side of the relay coils are switched on independantly by the -0V from the various outputs from the alarm unit. When relay coils are energised +12V is output through the relay contacts to ACC (accessories) IG1 & IG2 and ST (starter) in sequence. The problem with the cicuit seems to be the IG1 & IG2 relay this seems to just switch +12V between IG1 & IG2 one of them remains on all the time according to weather the relay is energised or not - this is not right. So I have wired the n/o contact of the relay to IG (1 or 2) wire which controls the ignition circuit - this is usually the last ignition wire before the starter wire on the ignition switch.

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I CHANGED MY PIXMA INK CARTRIDGE AND HOW TO RESTART?


Here's what you can do....

METHOD #1 - Easiest, but it disables the ink tank level indicators.
1) Ignore the low ink indicator, and press the RESET BUTTON to continue printing. If you press and hold the reset button for 5+ seconds, it will disable the counter for that particular ink tank. Refill tank now.

2) Repeat as needed.
You will get a dire warning that this will void you warranty, blah blah blah. If you do need to take your printer in during warranty and you've disabled ink tank counting, simple reset the entire printer as describe below for the wate tank warning, and nobody will ever know. SAVE YOUR CANON CARTS with a bit of ink left in- your printer will need to have Canon carts installed for warranty service.

3) Eventually you may be warned that the tank is empty. Press reset as above to disable and continue printing.

If you think this entire thing is ridiculous- you are right.
Get an earlier model that takes un-chip carts, like an ip6000, or ip3000, or i960. Much simpler and you get to use the ink tank indicators after refilling.

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You can reset the entire printer with the WASTE TANK reset (below) when you need to clean or change the waste tank PAD (its really not a tank) See the above instructions for the i960 and similar for other Canon printer waste tank changes.
Here's the ip4200 reset options:
1) With the printer power turned off, while pressing
the Resume/Cancel button, press and hold the Power
button. (DO NOT release the buttons. The Power LED
lights in green to indicate that a function is
selectable.)

2) While holding the Power button, release the
resume/Cancel button. (DO NOT release the Power
button.)

3) While holding the Power button, press the
Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and then release both
the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. (Each time the

Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and
Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power
in green, starting with Alarm LED.)

4) When the Power LED lights in green, press the
Resume/Cancel button the specified number of
time(s)
setting).

Time(s) LED indication Function Remarks
0 times Green (Power) Power off When the print head is

not installed, the carriage returns and locks in the

home position capped.
1 time Orange (Alarm) Service test print .
2 times Green (Power) EEPROM information print
3 times Orange (Alarm) EEPROM initialization
4 times Green (Power) Waste ink counter resetting
5 times Orange (Alarm) Destination settings After
entering the destination settings mode, press the
Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s)

to select the destination. For detail, see
"Destination settings procedures" below.
6 times Green (Power) Print head deep cleaning
(Cleaning of both black and color)
7 times Orange (Alarm) Reserved
8 times Green (Power) CD / DVD check pattern
9 times Orange (Alarm) CD / DVD print position
correction (horizontal: X direction)
10 times Green (Power) CD / DVD print position
correction (vertical: Y direction)
11 to 13 times Orange, Green, Orange(Alarm,
Power,Alarm) Return to the menu selection
14 times Green (Power) Left margin correction Not used

in servicing.
15 times Orange (Alarm) Return to the menu selection

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