My 5050 wont turn on at first touch of on off switch 4/5 goes sometimes and when it eventually comes on it sounds a loud alarm for about 30 seconds and asks you to choose an operating system and press enter before it goes to the windows logo. also taking ages to shut down sometimes not at all and have to turn off at on/off switch
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Did you open the case on your computer? It may have an open case alarm which is a small switch typically located near the edge of the cover you removed. Make sure the case cover is completely installed, then see if the alarm goes off.
its the relay for the ice maker.. they are loud if the don't have water going threw them, you may want to shut off your ice maker. lift the arm to the up position. that turns off the ice maker.. if'n i was of hel vote YES .. jay the pool pump repair guy in longwood fl
The problem seems to be the key fob on these alarms goes out of sink with the alarm unit (thats if you have changed the battery and its not responding), but 7200/7300 have the ability to "self learn" the new frequency your key fob has changed to .I dont know why they change frequency but they do.I have had to do this a few times myself. if you have a manual for this alarm it tells you how to do it in there but you will need the round key that comes with the alarm that fits in the top of the alarm unit (siren). Anyway to do it : 1.using the key switch alarm off. 2. switch on again. 3. turn ignition for 1 second then off. 4. push the key fob.within 30 secs. 5. switch dim dip (6) back to off. if it dosent work repeat.(dim dips are in the siren where the wire goes in) and if the alarm goes of while your doing it dont worry but just try and be quick. Hope this helps. Chris 13.
Hi just read your posting.This problem sounds like your control module is doing funny things.Does it show an error code at all and beep?What part of Australia are you in?There is a place in Melbourne that tests these modules.Please reply with additional information and I am sure I can help you.Looking forward to your reply.
Depress lock or unlock button. Manually lock and unlock driver's door within 30 seconds. System should now lock or unlock vehicle. If not, carry out programming procedure. Programming When Key added or replaced. System malfunction: Alarm LED in rear fog lamp switch illuminates for 30 seconds when vehicle is locked. How NOTE: A maximum of 4 keys can be programmed (one at a time). As memory positions of existing keys are unlikely to be known: Obtain and reprogram all keys. NOTE: Existing key memory positions will be overwritten. Switch ignition ON. Use key not fitted with remote control. Manually lock vehicle using key. Using first key, press unlock button once (programs memory position 1). Alarm horn sounds once to indicate signal received. Wait 6 seconds. Press unlock button once to confirm programming. Vehicle unlocks. Programming mode deactivated. Switch ignition OFF. To program remaining keys into memory positions 2, 3 and 4. Carry out the complete procedure below for each key: Switch ignition ON. Use key not fitted with remote control. Manually lock vehicle using key. Press unlock button at 1 second intervals, as follows: Twice for memory position 2 (second key). Three times for memory position 3 (third key). Four times for memory position 4 (fourth key). Alarm horn sounds once every time unlock button is pressed, to indicate signal received. Wait 6 seconds. Press unlock button once to confirm programming. Vehicle unlocks. Programming mode deactivated. Switch ignition OFF. NOTE: Ignition MUST be switched OFF between each key programming procedure
This model and the Kenmore equivalent still have lots of bugs...
I've replaced the microprocessor board on mine twice -- thankfully under warranty -- costs in excess of $600,,,
my suggestions are: 1) verify that the two door switches (at top seal area one each side) appear to be working OK -- push them w/ your finger and see if the the refrigerator light goes off 2) either pull the plug on the refrigerator or open the breaker feeding it -- count 30 seconds and put power back to it -- it's a computer, every so often you have to "reboot" it because it it loses its mind now and then... 3) you should be able to push (I think the left most touch pad) the touch pad key under the alarm to shut it off.... 4) if all else fails, ??? can you afford not to replace it ???