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Check to see if your thermistor is bad by measure the resistance. It should be 10K Ohms at room temperature. If it's bad, replace it BUT you have to CLEAR to error code. 1. Enter to Service Mode by press CHIME and TEMPERATURE keys for 3 seconds or until 3 beeps are heard. 2. Access Diagnostic Codes by pressing WRINKLE PREVENT. A d will be displayed. Rotate the CYCLE SELECTOR KNOB in either direction to read it. 3. Press SENSOR DRY and TIME keys for 3 seconds to clear it. 4. Power OFF to exit Service Mode 5. Power ONHere is a link to the part in case you need it.
You get this error code when you try to log in in psn right now.. dont worry because your ps3 is perfectly fine you get this error code because you cant sign in to psn right now because psn is under maintenance and there is no definite time of when will it get back.. so just relax... you wont get the error code by the time the psn is working again..
This is a common problem with the M91 when the motors are more than several years old.
An error code of 4 flashes indicates a right motor fault. The right motor could have a short or open circuit, or a bad connection.
Check the right motor, connections and motor cable visually and with a voltmeter at the connector. Look for cuts, nicks and breaks in the wiring and for grease oozing out of the gearbox. Flip the seat back and remove the top cover. Disconnect the black square right motor plug and check the resistance across the red and black motor wires using a digital volt meter. 0 to 1.6 ohms is OK, anything out of this range is suspect.
If the motors are more than 3 years old, you should consider replacing the motor/brake/gearboxes as a pair, left and right. The motor/brake is about $650 with the motor/ brake/ gearbox assembly about $1,000 per side. Labor is 2 to 3 hours total. I usually replace the brake/motor/gearbox as a complete assembly to avoid future problems. Hope this helps.
Congratulations, error code "E09" is the grossly under-documented "planned obsolescence feature" called, rather matter-of-factly, "End of Life". This means that ~7 years after first being powered up, the unit will, BY DESIGN, cease to function, forcing you to buy a replacement. Would have been nice of Kidde to include THAT warning on the OUTSIDE of the package. Call their "Hotline" at 1-800-880-6788 and tell them what you think of that policy. If it is still under warranty (5 or 7 years depending on date of manufacture) they should replace it. In any event, buy another one; if they replace your first one you will have twice the protection. Not a bad thing.*Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, despite the handle. Words to live by: "Every creative act results from a sudden cessation of stupidity." -Edwin H. Land, inventor of the Polaroid Land Camera"The problem can always be solved with the materials in the room." -My college Physics Lab Instructor
I have the same problem, although my oven is 3 years old. I am having the door latch replaced today. cost $240. The repair company that I contacted sid that these ovens are their bread & butter!!! If I could afford it I would ship all of my GE appliances(which are only 3 years old mind you) to them and tell them to shove them!! I alreadt spent over $200 on my GE dishwasher which at the time was only 1 1/2 yearsd old.Did you clean the oven before the error code started email@example.com
a solution?!ok my suggest is throw away the fuckin' 360 'n buy a PS3.every time i fix that ***** another fuckin code appears.i've had 0102,0001,0020.0133!so the solution is fuckin' the fuckin' Bill Gates 'n all the microsoft./