My dishwasher seems to have tripped out,Any ideas how to reset the settings,I have pulled the plug out thinking it might reset to original settings to no avail,
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Control Lock means that the entire dishwasher is locked, for child safety purposes. It's normally cleared by holding the "No Heat Dry" button in for 4 seconds or more. It is locked again by the same procedure -- holding the "No HEat Dry" button for 4 seconds (or more. Try this.
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If the unit is not operating, then it will require service. To make service arrangements, you may either contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000, or you can check our Repair Provider Lookup on our website, at http://www.lg.com/us/support/repair
Please make sure that the printer is working okay if directlysd connected to the MAC computer. You may try this as well. hope this helps
Description LPR (line printer remote) is a platform independent printing protocol that is associate with TCP/IP. It works by using LPR client software that communicates to a server running LPR services.
In terms of PSU, LPR printing will become the basis for all network printing while Novell print queues are phased out. Therefore, all Macintosh, Windows, and Unix computers will be configured to print through LPR.
· The name of LPR print queue. This can be found by searching the LPR printer database.
· LaserWriter print drivers version 8.5.1 or newer
· The Macintosh must have a working TCP/IP networking configuration. (If the Mac can browse the web then it's working.)
· a server running LPR services or a printer that supports LPR printing. Most HP LaserJet printers support LPR. However, only the following LaserWriters support LPR printing:
1.Open up the Applications folder from the OS X menu. 2.Open up the Utilities folder 3.Now open up the Print Center 4.If you have no printers installed you will see the following screen. Click on Add. 5.On the following screen, select LPR printing. 6.Now enter printhost.oit.pdx.edu for the LPR Printer's address. 7.Uncheck Use Default Queue on Server option and enter the queue name of the printer. 8.Select the printer model. 9.The completed settings should be similar to the following: (LPR Printer’s address is the ip of our PRINTSERVER) 10.Click on Add 11.Your printer has successfully been installed. Test the printer by printing something to it.
If I understand your problem correctly, it appears that you have a ground fault ( or earth fault) that is causing your breaker to trip. I am assuming ( but don't know for sure ) that your dishwasher is hard wired into a junction box and that junction box is fed power from your circuit breaker panel. I am also assuming that the circuit breaker is either a Ground Fault Interupt ( GFI ) or standard type and that breaker is what you are saying is tripping with every wash cycle. There are some details that need to be filled in for me by you in order for me to fully understand your wiring scheme and suggest ways to resolve your problem. First off, can you provide details on how your dishwasher is wired ( as I suggested above or other) and secondly, what voltage are you running it at? If you are in the US then in all probability you are running your dishwasher at 120VAC @ 60 hz but if you aren't then please elaborate. Once I have that information, I may be able to assist diagnosing and resolving your problem.
my prima LPR intregated dishwasher just not playing ball, has not been washing properly and had a continuous flashing and beeping fault, we cleaned out the filers and the arms which seemed to help the beeping problem but now have a fault where at the end of the cylcle its now showing another fault where it flashes 4 times but beeping has stopped what seems to be the problem and how do we fix ?
Control Lock means that the entire dishwasher is locked, for child safety purposes. It's normally cleared by holding the "No Heat Dry" button in for 4 seconds or more. It is locked again by the same procedure -- holding the "No Heat Dry" button for 4 seconds (or more. I'd suggest trying this on yours...