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Try to clear any debris, use a little bit of silicone spray to free up the button, if that fails remove the cover and check the switch that's under the button. Sometimes the plastic button will break , wear out , that activates the switch underneath and doesn't "spring" back when pushed in, not resetting.
connect the printer directly to the walloutlet....
try with a different walloutlet as well....
then unplug the power chord from the back of the printer as well as other cables if it is connected without turning the printer off...
then press and hold the power Power cycle unit by switching the power switch off, wait for 10 seconds, then power on..
if it does not work then
Turn the printer off.
Press and hold down CANCEL and Start Copy buttons at the same time while powering on printer.
Continue to hold down buttons until the control panel display reads PERMANENT STORAGE INIT.
Release the buttons. Printer will return to Ready automatically
The power button is usually called a "start" button. For as long as you hold it down, it provides power to the motor. When the motor gets up to speed, centrifugal force holds the switch closed for you. This is why a quick (short) opening of the door will not stop the dryer and a quick press of the start button will not start the dryer.
This, however, does not explain the noise...
The motor turns a belt which wraps (sort of) around a pulley which is on a spring (and also around the drum). The spring should hold tension on the belt, but the belt should not be so resistive (drum refuse to turn) to cause the tensioner to strike anything.
Can you turn the drum by hand?
The drum rides on two wheels. They should roll smoothly.
The best solution I can offer you is too firstly hold the power down till it eventually switches off (if i refuses try to press the volume + and power buttons).
Then once off restart it by holding down the volume + button down button whilst pressing the power button, until a white screen appears (the system recovery screen). It generally takes about 5-45 seconds.
Use the volume buttons to then scroll up and down and the power button to select and option; select format system then reformat device.
Hopefully this will help and fix your Archos.
If it doesn't I suggest you return it to the manufacturer/seller (depending on when you purchased it) as it maybe a hardware failure if the system refuses to accept inputs.
First Check the power source e.g. make sure: the outlet you are using has juice if not change over to a new outlet. Make sure all the connections and plugs are properly inserted. If the Unit still does not power up I would just return it etc.. Also try just pressing the button once quickly and check the manual for quick start up instructions. Hope this helps:)
According to parts lookup, there are three fuses in the wiring harness. Check these first.
The seat switch connector might be a suspect.
NOT the switch itself, but the two-wire connector attached to it. (Red and Gray wires)
Unplug the connector from the seat switch and look down into the dual-terminal connector.
If you see a small, square plastic "divider" between the terminals, read on. Remove it with pick or plier. (Don't worry about breaking it, we won't be putting it back in.) Located behind the plastic you will find a tiny torsion spring that is wound in a cross shape. Remove and discard that spring along with the plastic divider. Plug the connector back in and try to start unit normally.
If no divider is present in connector, head for the brake pedal switch. Have someone work the pedal and observe the metal tab the "Triggers" the switch-button. These tabs often get bent and do not depress the switch-button far enough for it to make contact. Bend tab as needed to ensure the switch is "made" completely.
If still no-start condition, Turn key to "RUN" (not start) and try the electric PTO switch. You should get a nice crisp "click" at the clutch each time you engage/disengage the switch. If no click, have the battery load tested.
Lastly, check voltage at the solenoid with key in "START" position. On this solenoid you should see two large wires and two thinner wires. We want to find the thin WHITE wire and test it for 12VDC. If voltage is less than 9.5 with key held in the "START position, replace the ignition switch and/or battery.
try to remove your memory/ies. then plug it to ac power without battery, if it turns on try to unplug and put back the memory module (one by one if more than 1). plug and switch on if it works then put everything back if not, you ned to replacethe memory.