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F error on sunebeam heating pad. When I plug it in I have to press the power button, then it shows 1, I then press the heat up button to 6 and about 4 seconds later it shows F and will not heat up.

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The pad is shorted replace it.

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SOURCE: low heat error

Low Heat Error
Cycle Power
There is a problem
in the fuser unit.
Unplug the power
cord and plug it back
in. If the problem
persists, please call
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If this doesnt work call the fuser unit needs to be replaced.

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SOURCE: When I press the power button LG displaying chars for 1 second

Had the same problem, turned out it was due to a faulty capacitor on the inverter board, 680uF 25V (105 celsius rated). Simple to fix once you have the unit dismantled and the correct replacement part. Two screws hold the shroud on, but you need to be careful with an (old) credit card levering it off.

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Okay, thank you for that.

You have a failed membrane keypad, but on this model, it is not available separately.

You would need to order the control panel assembly, part # WB56X10817, which you can get here for far less than GE charges.

It costs more than just a membrane would, but is much simpler to replace.

At our Web site, we have a video available showing how to remove a typical over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.

Then you remove your circuit board from the old frame and install it in the new frame.

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SOURCE: heating ceases after one second

See if this describes what's happening:

  • Put in time, push start and unit runs for 2 seconds, relay clicks, unit goes off. Cook time on display goes off and clock time comes back. Bad upper interlock switch and charred connector
If so, see http://207.234.249.73/mwd/safety.txt http://207.234.249.73/mwd/disassembly.txt http://207.234.249.73/mwd/doorsw.txt

Otherwise, if the digital programmer circuit / controller does not get a feedback signal from the inverter for a period of 3 seconds, the controller will stop the cook cycle.

It may be a loose connection in the wiring between the inverter, magnetron, and/or control board, or maybe one of those components has failed.


Due to the lethal voltages used and produced in inverters, I do not recommend that an inexperienced person work on these.

You can find an authorized Panasonic servicer here.

In Canada, you can find an authorized Panasonic servicer here.

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SOURCE: Sunbeam Heating pad will not reset

I have a Sunbeam heating pad with the SW204 controller that the High light blinks when it is plugged in. I called Sunbeam and the first thing they said is it cannot be plugged into a surge protector. Next, to reset it unplug it from the wall, then unplug the controller from the heating pad. Wait 30 seconds, then plug the controller back into the heating pad and then into the wall. It did the trick. However, when I move it to the bedroom plug it does the same blinking. Sunbeam is sending me a replacement heating pad. They appear to be very good with Customer Service since it is more than a year old.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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Mod.Hp980PT, red and top green light flash, no heat


This is a very common feature on these types of simple, high-volume, low-cost home appliances known as a safety fault. This fault will temporarily (or permanently) disable the appliance and happens for several reasons: (1) an over-temp (high heat) occurrence, (2) an over-power (power surge) occurrence, (3) an under-power (power outage or trickle power) occurrence, (4) an over-time occurrence (auto-off fails), (5) a short-circuit occurrence (exposed/crossed/frayed wires, etc.). Fortunately, it uses a digital "fuse" system and can be reset by the user. However, there is no universal reset process on SoftHeat products so you just have to play with it until you figure it out (customer service dept is no help). Mine is a Kaz SoftHeat HP980PT, with a red power indicator/power-off button and 4 green heat setting buttons. Mine faulted after a heavy storm caused multiple power outages and power surges in my neighborhood. The green light on the highest heat setting button was flashing on mine. Here's how I fixed it: (1) unplugged both ends of power cord and straightened out the cord, then plugged back in to the heating pad end. (2) While holding down the flashing light button, I plugged back in to the wall outlet. (3) While still holding down the flashing light button, pressed and held down the red power-off button, then while still holding down the red power button, I released the flashing light button, followed by releasing the power-off button. This stopped the flashing green light and caused the red power indicator light to stay on (steady-on). It works fine now. Note: Some models have an actual hard fuse in addition to the digital fault feature or possibly only a simple fuse (without the digital fault system). These fuses can the found at many retail stores and then very easily replaced. I hope this helps some of you!!!

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Frigidaire Dishwasher Error Codes and Service Test Mode


Many modern appliances have error code build in to the control programing to help with the diagnosis of a failure. Frigidaire dishwashers with display s will flash Er then a two letter error code.

Er i s a Switch error (Replace Console Pn# 154639207)

CE is a Configuration error (Replace Control Pn#154543602)

UO is a Vent that will not close. (Replace Vent Pn#154682301) or remove blockage

uF is a Vent fan Not running (Replace Vent Pn#154682301) or remove blockage

Other codes you my see in the display that are not errors

LO is Low rinse aid

PF is power failure

Ho is Water Heating

CL is close Door

01-24 hours of delay

Service Test

To enter service test you must turn off the power and PF will be displayed. While in PF press and hold Pad # 1 and Pad # 7 at which time an “rt” will appear in the display. To get it out of service test Press Pad # 1 and the Pad # 7 this will return you to PF mode.

[ (#1)(#2)(#3)(#4)(#5)(#6)(#7) (#8)(#9)(10)(11) ]

Press pad # 1 Active water valve Ultimate Scrub Maxx Clean Valve on =FL Valve off =rt

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (1 Time) motor @ 2800 rpms Speed Wash pad ”28′ First two digits motor speed

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (2 Times) wash motor @2950 rpms Speed Wash pad “29′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (3 Times) wash motor @3150 rpms Speed Wash pad “31′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (4 Times) wash motor @3450 rpms Speed Wash pad “34′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (5 Times) turns off wash motor No light on ”rt” in display

Press pad # 3 Test Dispenser dispenser powered Normal Wash on = “Sd” off = “rt”

Press pad # 4 Test Drain pump on/off China Crystal or Party glasses on = dP off = “rt”

Press pad # 5 Test Fan dry Active vent on/off Top Rack,Eco Wash Glasses on = Fan speed off = “rt”

Press pad # 7 Test Rinse aid level none Rinse only low = RE full = RF off = “rt”

Press pad # 8 Test Soil Sensor none Wash Silencer or Wash pressure on = sensor voltage reading off = “rt”

Press pad # 9 Test Thermistor none Wash Temperature on = Temperature in °F off = “rt”

Press pad #10 Test Heater on/off Heater on/off No Heat Dry on = HO off = “rt”

on Dec 23, 2009 | Dishwashers

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Printer error 5200


Hi there,
Well it seems like the waste ink pad error. You can override it but it will need changing or the printer will leak ink from the pad eventually.It needs a service now and the waste ink pad changing but you can reset it yourself by following some simple steps -
1. Plug in the power cord of printer.

2. Press Resume button 2 seconds then press the power button until the green light on (when pressing the power button, Resume button).


3. Then release the resume button, but do not release the power button.


4. While the power button is still pressed, press the Resume button 5 times. Led will light turns green orange with the last glow orange.


5. Release both buttons simultaneously.


6. Led will blink briefly and then will glow green.


7. And the computer will detect new hardware, just ignore

8. Press the power button again then the printer will flash.

Check your printer again now it's ready.

Regards

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My Canon MP270 printer shows the following error 5200 P08


P08 (Print head temperature rise error) : 6. P08 (Print head temperature rise error): thermalprint head temperature exceeds a threshold.
Replace the new cartridge print head and / or change a new logic board.

Jan 12, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Sunbeam heating pad no longer heats. The red


I had same issue w/ red blinking light on my Sunbeam controller SW114, pad CAT93. Was about to toss away but then got it to work perfectly by doing this:1. With unit UNplugged, press & hold the single grey controller button2. While pressing the controller button, plug the unit inUnit will power up in the 'warm' (green light) setting; pressing the controller button will cycle you thru the others modes.

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Error code of "Er s" appears on the display and inside the light remains on at RINSE Low. HELP!


Many modern appliances have error code build in to the control programing to help with the diagnosis of a failure. Frigidaire dishwashers with display s will flash Er then a two letter error code.

Er i s a Switch error (Replace Console Pn# 154639207)

CE is a Configuration error (Replace Control Pn#154543602)

UO is a Vent that will not close. (Replace Vent Pn#154682301) or remove blockage

uF is a Vent fan Not running (Replace Vent Pn#154682301) or remove blockage

Other codes you my see in the display that are not errors

LO is Low rinse aid

PF is power failure

Ho is Water Heating

CL is close Door

01-24 hours of delay

Service Test

To enter service test you must turn off the power and PF will be displayed. While in PF press and hold Pad # 1 and Pad # 7 at which time an “rt” will appear in the display. To get it out of service test Press Pad # 1 and the Pad # 7 this will return you to PF mode.

[ (#1)(#2)(#3)(#4)(#5)(#6)(#7) (#8)(#9)(10)(11) ]

Press pad # 1 Active water valve Ultimate Scrub Maxx Clean Valve on =FL Valve off =rt

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (1 Time) motor @ 2800 rpms Speed Wash pad ”28′ First two digits motor speed

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (2 Times) wash motor @2950 rpms Speed Wash pad “29′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (3 Times) wash motor @3150 rpms Speed Wash pad “31′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (4 Times) wash motor @3450 rpms Speed Wash pad “34′ in display

Press pad # 2 Test Speed motor (5 Times) turns off wash motor No light on ”rt” in display

Press pad # 3 Test Dispenser dispenser powered Normal Wash on = “Sd” off = “rt”

Press pad # 4 Test Drain pump on/off China Crystal or Party glasses on = dP off = “rt”

Press pad # 5 Test Fan dry Active vent on/off Top Rack,Eco Wash Glasses on = Fan speed off = “rt”

Press pad # 7 Test Rinse aid level none Rinse only low = RE full = RF off = “rt”

Press pad # 8 Test Soil Sensor none Wash Silencer or Wash pressure on = sensor voltage reading off = “rt”

Press pad # 9 Test Thermistor none Wash Temperature on = Temperature in °F off = “rt”

Press pad #10 Test Heater on/off Heater on/off No Heat Dry on = HO off = “rt”


Let me know how this works out for you.


Benjamin

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Error 5800 on Canon Pixma MP170


Solution #1 worked with my MP170 but it could be described more clearly, as follows:-

1. If the power is on, turn it off (press the on/off button).

2. Hold down the stop/reset button (red triangle in red circle).

3. Whilst still holding down the stop/reset button, hold down the on/off button.

4. Whilst still holding down the on/off button, release the stop/reset button.

5. Now press the stop/reset button twice, quickly.

6. Next release the on/off button.

7. Wait untill the LCD display shows “Canon idle” (this may take a few minutes).

8. Now push the stop/reset button 4 times in succession, quickly.

9. Press the on/off button twice, quickly.

10. Now press the on/off button to switch the power off.

11. Finally, press the on/off button to switch the power back on.

This sets the ink pad counter to zero, even though the pad still contains ink.

Remove ink from the pad, as follows:-

Open the lid of the printer to reveal the cartridge track and ink pad.

Winkle out the ink pad, using a pin or a small screwdriver or tweezers.

Wash the ink pad in clean water, squashing the pad to remove the ink.

Dry the clean pad by squashing it between sheets of kitchen paper.

Replace the pad, taking care to fit it between the alignment notches.

Amen!

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Malfunction heating pad


Same F2, quick off problem here. Then I noticed that the gray plug on the power cord was not completely flush with the connector on the pad. I shoved them together until there is no gap. The unit's worked perfectly since then.

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Troubl


This is for when it beeps 8 times, but you might try this...

You should clean or replace the absorber pad at some point but most of the time you can get away with resetting the ink counter a few times before you need to clean or replace the pad.


1: Unplug Power Cord
2: Hold POWER and RESUME buttons
3: Plug in Power Cord
4: Release buttons after the printers starts up
5: Hold CARTRIDGE and RESUME
6: Press POWER
7: Release all buttons after the beeps
8: Press CARTRIDGE 16 times
9: Press RESUME
10: Unplug the Power cord

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