I have a DW744. It was working fine when I shut it off. Then when I flipped the switch back on nothing happened. I used a volt meter and traced the power all the way to the motor. What is my next step?
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Hi, If you are flipping it off manually and it still won't shut off then the contacts are burnt together internally. This means that you need to change this timer out.... If you switch it with the same timer you will not need to change the whole box... the old board will snap out and the new board will just snap in the old box, making the change out much more simple.
This is a common problem with this machine. The switch has too much resistance to be turned on and off with the switch button and rod. If you put in a new switch, ( # 28161075 ), your problem should be fixed.
Look on the back of your PC. Is there a switch with a I and O on it? Flip it to O and back to I and try to turn your power back on.
If you are plugged into a power strip you may want to try cycling the power on the strip as well.
POssible feed back thru tstat. This sometimes happens. Take a look at tstat disconnect w or white wire that goes to heater. Turn from heat to cool and abck and see if it does it again if not change tstat. You can get a good one at Home depot or Lowes about 20.00 easy to install Keep in touch Rus
the reason he told you not to cycle the power is because some where there is a flashing light that he can decode and tell him where to start looking for the problem. Call him next it happens and don't touch the power or the stat until he gets to see the unit.
At least the following works on my first generation Flip Ultra camcorder (not Mino). Remove battery, put it back next morning. After that be careful not to touch "on" slider switch on the side of the camcorder while Flip logo is still on the screen. I mean turn the device on by using the slider switch and do not touch that switch again until Flip logo on the screen is gone. Doing the opposite (trying to use the "on" switch again while device is still "booting" and Flip logo is on the screen) will lead to the Flip Ultra freeze.