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No control unit necessary????

Is i9t operable without control unit?

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All flip out units need a hide away brain to work. You can probably find one on Ebay. Just make sure all needed wires and cables are included. And hope that unit you acquired is in working condition. Goodluck.

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When trying to print more than 10 copies at a time, error code c-2558 appears and it stop printing..means it can only print 9 or 10 copies at a time but not more than that then error code appears


Code C2558 Description Abnormally high toner density detected TCR sensor
• TC ratio in the developing unit, which is determined by toner replenishing amount control mechanism, is a predetermined value or more for a given number of times consecutively. Remedy 1 Make sure that the following counter is cleared at the developer replacing. [Service Mode] - [Counter] - [Life] - [Developer Use Time] 2 Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. 3 Reinstall developing unit. 4 Reinstall toner bottle. 5 Check the contact of developing unit for proper connection and correct as necessary. 6 Check the connector between TCRSB CN29-relay CN28-PRCB CN24 for proper connection and correct as necessary. 7 Check the connector between M3-PRCB CN8 for proper connection and correct as necessary. 8 Check the connector between M4-relay CN13-PRCB CN8 for proper connection and correct as necessary. 9 M3 operation check. 10 M4 operation check. 11 Change developing unit. 12 Change TCRSB. 13 Change PRCB.

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What does error 21 mean?


Precor Error Code 21 Error Code: 21 Manufacturer: Precor
Model: All Models
Error Description: Error 21, Too many Consecutive Power Requests- The error 21 observes a treadmill's power bit reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds above 1 mph. Power bits indicate the relative time that the motor controller drive circuit is turned on. Power bits is an indication of the amount of power the load is demanding from the motor controller. Error 21 indicates that at a speed greater than 1 mph, an excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller. Possible Reason:
  1. A badly worn deck and/or running belt can cause the error to appear when the unit is in use.
  2. Badly worn drive motor brushes may not be making proper contact with the drive motor commutator causing the error to occur when the unit is in use. The unit may also slow down or become sluggish when the load or speed is increased.
  3. A jumper may be required on the lower PCA if installed into a 120 VAC (Version 2) treadmill.
  4. A leaky or shorted drive motor filter capacitor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  5. A leaky or shorted drive motor inductor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  6. The high power demand is caused by a shorted or de-magnetized drive motor.
Recommended Action:
  1. Determine the amount of AC input current being drawn by the unit under no load and loaded conditions using a clamp on AC ammeter. The current displayed can be used to determine the condition of the deck and/or running belt. These same readings should be taken on a like unit, in good operating condition with a know good deck and running belt. The readings from the unit in good operationg condition can be used as the benchmark. Compare readings and replace* the deck and/or running belt if necessary. *Some units have a reversible deck. Be sure if the deck is being flipped or replaced, a new belt is installed on the new deck surface.*
  2. Inspect and repalce both drive motor brushes if necessary.
  3. Inspect the lower PCA (if unit is 120 VAC/ Version 2) for jumper. If jumper is not installed, error typically appears between 7 mph & 8 mph. Install jumper if necessary. CAUTION - DO NOT install jumper if unit is 240 VAC. Installing the jumper on a 240 VAC unit will casue the lower PCA to fail.
  4. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the filter capacitor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the filter capacitor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the filter capacitor.
  5. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the inductor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the inductor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the inductor.
  6. Swap the existing drive motor with a known good drive motor.

Precor Error Code 21

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What is error code c/6 400 on koycera km2020


Developer unit
MCY
1. Check that the developer waste lock has
been released and, if not, release the
lock (see page 1-2-15).
2. Check that the gears and spiral screw of
the developer unit are not damaged.
3. Confirm that the developer roller can
rotate.
4. If it won't rotate, replace the developer
unit (see page 1-5-57).
Developer motor
MCY
1. To check the motor operation, execute
DLP(MCY) by U030 (see page 1-3-34).
2. Check the drive gear can rotate or they
are not unusually loaded and, if
necessary, replace.
3. Confirm that the wiring connector is
firmly connected and, if necessary,
connect the connector all the way in.
Developer motor MCY and Motor
control PWB (YC7)
Motor control PWB (YC3) and Engine
PWB (YC9)
4. If the wiring is disconnected, shorted or
grounded, replace the wiring.
5. Replace the Developer motor MCY.
Motor control PWB Replace the Motor control PWB
Engine PWB. 1. Check the engine software and upgrade
to the latest, if necessary.
2. Replace the engine PWB (see page 1-5-
80).

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Precor Treadmill C956 error 21


Precor Error Code 21 Error Code: 21 Manufacturer: Precor
Model: All Models
Error Description: Error 21, Too many Consecutive Power Requests- The error 21 observes a treadmill's power bit reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds above 1 mph. Power bits indicate the relative time that the motor controller drive circuit is turned on. Power bits is an indication of the amount of power the load is demanding from the motor controller. Error 21 indicates that at a speed greater than 1 mph, an excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller. Possible Reason:
  1. A badly worn deck and/or running belt can cause the error to appear when the unit is in use.
  2. Badly worn drive motor brushes may not be making proper contact with the drive motor commutator causing the error to occur when the unit is in use. The unit may also slow down or become sluggish when the load or speed is increased.
  3. A jumper may be required on the lower PCA if installed into a 120 VAC (Version 2) treadmill.
  4. A leaky or shorted drive motor filter capacitor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  5. A leaky or shorted drive motor inductor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  6. The high power demand is caused by a shorted or de-magnetized drive motor.
Recommended Action:
  1. Determine the amount of AC input current being drawn by the unit under no load and loaded conditions using a clamp on AC ammeter. The current displayed can be used to determine the condition of the deck and/or running belt. These same readings should be taken on a like unit, in good operating condition with a know good deck and running belt. The readings from the unit in good operationg condition can be used as the benchmark. Compare readings and replace* the deck and/or running belt if necessary. *Some units have a reversible deck. Be sure if the deck is being flipped or replaced, a new belt is installed on the new deck surface.*
  2. Inspect and repalce both drive motor brushes if necessary.
  3. Inspect the lower PCA (if unit is 120 VAC/ Version 2) for jumper. If jumper is not installed, error typically appears between 7 mph & 8 mph. Install jumper if necessary. CAUTION - DO NOT install jumper if unit is 240 VAC. Installing the jumper on a 240 VAC unit will casue the lower PCA to fail.
  4. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the filter capacitor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the filter capacitor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the filter capacitor.
  5. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the inductor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the inductor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the inductor.
  6. Swap the existing drive motor with a known good drive motor.
Precor Error Code 21

Dec 08, 2013 | Precor C956 Treadmill with Cardio Theater...

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Preform 735 error e21


please see the steps for follow. However you can RUN the software calibration for diagnostic.
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Error Description: Error 21, Too many Consecutive Power Requests- The error 21 observes a treadmill's power bit reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds above 1 mph. Power bits indicate the relative time that the motor controller drive circuit is turned on. Power bits is an indication of the amount of power the load is demanding from the motor controller. Error 21 indicates that at a speed greater than 1 mph, an excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller.
Possible Reason:
  1. A badly worn deck and/or running belt can cause the error to appear when the unit is in use.
  2. Badly worn drive motor brushes may not be making proper contact with the drive motor commutator causing the error to occur when the unit is in use. The unit may also slow down or become sluggish when the load or speed is increased.
  3. A jumper may be required on the lower PCA if installed into a 120 VAC (Version 2) treadmill.
  4. A leaky or shorted drive motor filter capacitor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  5. A leaky or shorted drive motor inductor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  6. The high power demand is caused by a shorted or de-magnetized drive motor.
Recommended Action:
  1. Determine the amount of AC input current being drawn by the unit under no load and loaded conditions using a clamp on AC ammeter. The current displayed can be used to determine the condition of the deck and/or running belt. These same readings should be taken on a like unit, in good operating condition with a know good deck and running belt. The readings from the unit in good operationg condition can be used as the benchmark. Compare readings and replace* the deck and/or running belt if necessary. *Some units have a reversible deck. Be sure if the deck is being flipped or replaced, a new belt is installed on the new deck surface.*
  2. Inspect and repalce both drive motor brushes if necessary.
  3. Inspect the lower PCA (if unit is 120 VAC/ Version 2) for jumper. If jumper is not installed, error typically appears between 7 mph & 8 mph. Install jumper if necessary. CAUTION - DO NOT install jumper if unit is 240 VAC. Installing the jumper on a 240 VAC unit will casue the lower PCA to fail.
  4. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the filter capacitor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the filter capacitor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the filter capacitor.
  5. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the inductor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the inductor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the inductor.
  6. Swap the existing drive motor with a known good drive motor.

Sep 29, 2013 | Proform 735cs Treadmill Motor Control...

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Precor 9.21s. Get ERR 21 message. Stopped Working


Precor Error Code 21 Error Code: 21 Manufacturer: Precor
Model: All Models
Error Description: Error 21, Too many Consecutive Power Requests- The error 21 observes a treadmill's power bit reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds above 1 mph. Power bits indicate the relative time that the motor controller drive circuit is turned on. Power bits is an indication of the amount of power the load is demanding from the motor controller. Error 21 indicates that at a speed greater than 1 mph, an excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller. Possible Reason:
  1. A badly worn deck and/or running belt can cause the error to appear when the unit is in use.
  2. Badly worn drive motor brushes may not be making proper contact with the drive motor commutator causing the error to occur when the unit is in use. The unit may also slow down or become sluggish when the load or speed is increased.
  3. A jumper may be required on the lower PCA if installed into a 120 VAC (Version 2) treadmill.
  4. A leaky or shorted drive motor filter capacitor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  5. A leaky or shorted drive motor inductor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  6. The high power demand is caused by a shorted or de-magnetized drive motor.
Recommended Action:
  1. Determine the amount of AC input current being drawn by the unit under no load and loaded conditions using a clamp on AC ammeter. The current displayed can be used to determine the condition of the deck and/or running belt. These same readings should be taken on a like unit, in good operating condition with a know good deck and running belt. The readings from the unit in good operationg condition can be used as the benchmark. Compare readings and replace* the deck and/or running belt if necessary. *Some units have a reversible deck. Be sure if the deck is being flipped or replaced, a new belt is installed on the new deck surface.*
  2. Inspect and repalce both drive motor brushes if necessary.
  3. Inspect the lower PCA (if unit is 120 VAC/ Version 2) for jumper. If jumper is not installed, error typically appears between 7 mph & 8 mph. Install jumper if necessary. CAUTION - DO NOT install jumper if unit is 240 VAC. Installing the jumper on a 240 VAC unit will casue the lower PCA to fail.
  4. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the filter capacitor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the filter capacitor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the filter capacitor.
  5. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the inductor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the inductor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the inductor.
  6. Swap the existing drive motor with a known good drive motor.
Precor Error Code 21

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Fuel Injection Pressure Regulator 97 BRAVADA WHERE IS I9T AT?


It will be part of the CPI unit under the intake plenum. You will need to remove the upper plenum to gain access the the CPI unit. It will be held to the back side of the CPI unit with a torx screw. The plenum is fairly easy to remove. A 10mm socket, some extensions, and a ratchet will get most of the nuts and bots removed.

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Sep 03, 2011 | Oldsmobile Bravada Cars & Trucks

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GE Model WCVH6800J Error Code 04. I do not have list of codes for this model, so I need translation.


TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
Codes Description Action
------------------------------------------------------------------
22,23 Fill problems
• Ensure manual water valves are fully open.
• Check if water strainers on solenoid valve assembly are clogged.
• Check for obstructions inside inlet water hoses.
• Ensure solenoid valves do not leak when the valves are de-energized and the washer is powered down. • Measure coil resistance for both valves; if outside range (1000-1250 ohms at room temp.), replace solenoid valve
assembly.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM, OR FOR ERROR CODE 23:
• Replace solenoid valve assembly.
------------------------------------------------------------------
30, 31 Drain problems
• Ensure pump strainer is clean and free of debris.
• Check for obstruction inside the drain hose.
• Check pump impeller blades and bearing; if evidence of blade damage or seized bearings are present, replace the pump.
• Check electrical connections at the pump motor and harness.
• Measure pump motor resistance; if outside range (9-14 ohms at room temp.), replace the pump.
------------------------------------------------------------------
38,39 Dispenser problems
• Check for obstruction in dispenser mechanism and linkages.
• Check electrical connections at dispenser motor feedback switch and in the harness.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace dispenser motor assembly.
------------------------------------------------------------------
42,45, 49 Motor Drive operation above design limits
• Ensure all 4 shipping bolts have been properly removed.
• Remove all foreign objects that may be lodged between inner and outer basket.
• Look for signs of seized bearing(s) on basket and drum motor, replace components as necessary.
• Inspect condition and mounting of door gasket, replace and re-mount as necessary.
• Ensure inner basket (drum) can rotate freely.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace motor drive or drum motor.
------------------------------------------------------------------
43,4A, 4B,4C, Motor Drive internal problems
4E,4F, 50,52,
53,54

• Measure AC outlet voltage, ensure correct range (102V to 132V AC).
• Check electrical connections at the drum motor, motor drive.
• Check harness integrity between main control and motor drive.
• Unplug the unit, wait 30 seconds, restart the unit.
• If the fault persists and re-appears -replace the motor drive.
problems
------------------------------------------------------------------
57,58,71 Main Control internal problems
• Unplug the unit, wait 30 seconds, re-start the unit.
• If the fault persists and re-appears -replace the main control.
------------------------------------------------------------------
60,61,63,64, DOOR LOCK assembly problems
• Check integrity of wiring and connections between main control and DOOR LOCK mechanism.
• Investigate DOOR-LOCK mechanism, check door microswitch operation, lock and unlock solenoid continuity, contact integrity;
replace DOOR LOCK mechanism if necessary.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace the main control.
------------------------------------------------------------------
65 Water Level Sensor problems
• Check integrity of wiring and connections between main control and Water Level Sensor.
• Check integrity of Water Level Sensor, replace if necessary.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace the main control.
------------------------------------------------------------------
66,67 Water Temperature Sensor problems
• Check integrity of wiring and connections between main control and HeaterfThermistor Assembly.
• Using ohmmeter, measure Thermistor resistance; if outside expected range, replace HeaterfThermistor Assembly.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace the main control.
------------------------------------------------------------------
70 "Stuck" key
• Press each key. There should be mechanical "click" feedback with every press.
• Enter Service mode, use 104 test to check key operation. Press every key. Every keypress should generate audible
"beep." Press "Power" key last to avoid premature exit from t04 test.
• Separate control and control housing from the front panel; clean and remove all foreign matter and debris from keys,
front panel and control housing, re-assemble. Ensure all keys can be operated freely without "sticking."
IF ABOVE STEP DOES NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace the main control.
------------------------------------------------------------------
62 System Contact Failure
• Check integrity of wiring and connections, look for insulation breakdown and short circuit conditions on the harness, replace
harness if necessary.
• Check integrity and electrical connections of all loads (heater, pump, pressure switch, door lock, solenoid valves,
dispenser motor), replace respective components if necessary.
IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM:
• Replace the main control.

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Catalact converter is it needed?


Hello: Yes it is required if you DON'T want the check engine light on (Code P0420) and it will have some effect on fuel mileage.

Jan 11, 2011 | 2002 Chevrolet Tracker

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My Precor 956 keeps shutting off. Originally had error 21. As a result I gave the treadmill it's own outlet not sharing power with anything else. It now just cuts right out. It is a refurbished treadmill,...


Precor Error Code 21 Error Code: 21 Manufacturer: Precor
Model: All Models
Error Description: Error 21, Too many Consecutive Power Requests- The error 21 observes a treadmill's power bit reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds above 1 mph. Power bits indicate the relative time that the motor controller drive circuit is turned on. Power bits is an indication of the amount of power the load is demanding from the motor controller. Error 21 indicates that at a speed greater than 1 mph, an excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller. Possible Reason:
  1. A badly worn deck and/or running belt can cause the error to appear when the unit is in use.
  2. Badly worn drive motor brushes may not be making proper contact with the drive motor commutator causing the error to occur when the unit is in use. The unit may also slow down or become sluggish when the load or speed is increased.
  3. A jumper may be required on the lower PCA if installed into a 120 VAC (Version 2) treadmill.
  4. A leaky or shorted drive motor filter capacitor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  5. A leaky or shorted drive motor inductor (on units equipped with SCR motor controller) could increase the current demand enough to cause the error.
  6. The high power demand is caused by a shorted or de-magnetized drive motor.
Recommended Action:
  1. Determine the amount of AC input current being drawn by the unit under no load and loaded conditions using a clamp on AC ammeter. The current displayed can be used to determine the condition of the deck and/or running belt. These same readings should be taken on a like unit, in good operating condition with a know good deck and running belt. The readings from the unit in good operationg condition can be used as the benchmark. Compare readings and replace* the deck and/or running belt if necessary. *Some units have a reversible deck. Be sure if the deck is being flipped or replaced, a new belt is installed on the new deck surface.*
  2. Inspect and repalce both drive motor brushes if necessary.
  3. Inspect the lower PCA (if unit is 120 VAC/ Version 2) for jumper. If jumper is not installed, error typically appears between 7 mph & 8 mph. Install jumper if necessary. CAUTION - DO NOT install jumper if unit is 240 VAC. Installing the jumper on a 240 VAC unit will casue the lower PCA to fail.
  4. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the filter capacitor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the filter capacitor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the filter capacitor.
  5. Measure the AC input current without a load using a clamp on AC ammeter. Electrically isolate the inductor from the drive motor circuit. The drive motor leads need be kept intact so the drive motor will operate with the inductor removed from the circuit. Re-measure the no load AC input. If the AC input current is significantly lower, replace the inductor.
  6. Swap the existing drive motor with a known good drive motor.
Precor Error Code 21

Mar 28, 2010 | Precor C954i Commercial Treadmill

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