Unit does not power up, no pilot light, when power cord is plugged in and connected. Magnetic connector engages with unit body, and shows 120v on female plug that goes to unit. Reset button on unit is depressed. Any suggestions? Many thanks.
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Hi. Inactive feature often means that there's a problem with your connection to the call pilot. Do you have lights on your call pilot? Did you assign a mailbox to the extension you're working on? Did you remember to connect the call pilot to a station port?
The flashing red light is designed to notify you in the event that
a problem has been discovered by flashing the light on the base unit.
Before resetting the unit. First, check the blanket/mattress
pad for visual damage.
If no visual damage is found, unplug the system from wall outlet.
Check that the base unit is well connected to the module. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Set the base unit to "On." If the system still does not operate after two or three times trying to reset, disconnect the power cord and get it checked out by a specialist!
You said it doesn't blow air - but does it show any sign it is getting power such as a pilot light or LCD display? If not:
First, check the power outlet - is it live? Does the plug fit securely? No extension cord, right?
Second, plug the unit into another outlet - preferably the one where it worked before, if it's not too far away. Don't use an extension cord.
Third, let it sit for 24 hours. Sometimes moving a portable unit can require a waiting period before use.
Fourth, check all the access panels to make sure they are snug. Sometimes they have microswitches that shut off power when opened. Moving the unit could have dislodged one.
Hello I understand that you have a question about a cord for your church's Hobart GF035A. This unit does not have a power cord it is self-powred unit. The theromocouple supplys all the power that is need for the Gas valve to operate. If the unit is not functioning properly you may need to replace the thermocouple on the unit.
The thermocouple is the cooper looking wire that sets next to the pilot light. The pilot flame engulfs the tip of the thermo-couple. The heat that is emited from the pilot on to the thermo-couple is changed in to power and controls the gas valve.
The capcity of the unit that you have is 35 pound of fat (shortening or oil). Make sure that the unit is full of fat before you try to fire the unit, as firing the unit without fat will cause the units vat to warp and can cause the unit to leak.
If you need directions on how to fire a the unit or light the pilot please post back to this thread and I will be happy to assist you with that.
You need to check the fuse for both the car's cigar lighter AND the one in the GPS power plug (that goes into the cigar lighter outlet). Both must be good for the GPS to charge and power up.
I don't know if your friends cord worked in you car - or hers - so you're going to have to find out if it is the cord fuse or the car fuse. Since her cord worked on your GPS, start by using HER CORD connected to YOUR GPS in both cars. If it works in her car, but not in yours, check & replace your car's cigar lighter fuse. If or when it works in both cars, disconnect her cable and connect your cable to your GPS again. Connect into your cigar lighter. If it works, you're done. If it doesn't work, disassemble the plug at the end of the GPS cord (cigar lighter end) and check and replace the fuse if blown. You should be good to go at this point.
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* Take the cartridges out of the unit. Dis connect the unit from the computer.
* Unplug the power cord from the back of the unit.
* Press OK and Cancel buttons together while connecting the power cord back to the unit.
* Now turn on the unit and verify the result.
2. Verify that the unit is switched ‘on’.Unplug the all-in-one from power and ‘disconnect’ the connection port.
3. Wait 30 seconds.
4. Plug-in only the ‘power cord’.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 two more times.
6. On the third time after plugging the unit into power, reconnect the connection port from the all-in-one to your computer.
7. Restart your computer and check the functionality.
Step 2: Partial reset:
1. Unplug the power cord from the unit.
2. Press and hold # and 3 buttons together while plugging in the power cord back to the unit.
3. Turn on the unit
If the issue persists, perform the following:
Step 3: Semi ful reset:
1. Unplug the power cord from the unit.
2. Press and hold # and 6 buttons together while plugging in the power cord back to the unit.
3. Turn on the unit.
If the issue persists, pleae conect the unit to a diffrent power out let. Also please chek if the unit works fine in the stand alone mode (with out connecting to the computer). If the issue persists, replace the printer
Hello KTFORE1, The Street Pilot 330 comes with both a vehicle power cord and a USB cord for connecting the unit to the computer. If I understand you correctly the GPS isn't getting power from the vehicle power cord. Does the GPS charge if connected to a computer using the USB cable? If so the problem is likely the power cord or cigarette lighter socket you are using. If the GPS doesn't charge from USB port on your computer then the problem is likely the GPS itself. If you determine that the cable is the source of the problem, check and replace the cable's fuse. You will probably also want to check and replace your vehicle fuses as the circuit that powers the cigarette lighter might have a blown fuse. If replacing the fuses doesn't solve the issue then you might need to replace the power cord. Best Regards. Ken "Go Ahead. Use Us."
You need to register the unit it will work:
1. Make sure the Base Unit is switched on and has a Green light showing.
2. Unplug everything connected to the Base Unit sockets (you will reconnect them later).
3. Plug the Extension Unit into a power point near the Base Unit, switch on the power and watch the light on the Extension Unit.
4. If the light on the Extension Unit is not glowing a steady Red then the Extension Unit must first be deregistered. Follow Step A and Step B in
the Deregistering an Extension Unit box below then try to register the Extension Unit again.
5. Plug one end of a supplied line cord into to either socket on the Base Unit and plug the other end into the extra Extension Unit
(This cord is used to do the actual registering).
6. The light on the Extension Unit will glow Red for up to a minute and then change to Green or Yellow.
7. Once you have the Green or Yellow light on the Extension Unit, unplug the line cord between the Base Unit and the Extension Unit
(You can unplug the Extension Unit – it will remember being registered).
8. Plug in everything that used to be connected to the Base Unit sockets.
9. Install the extra Extension Unit as per the Extension Unit Installation steps on the other side of this page.