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If you see the white as soon as you hit the power button (or
within 5 seconds of doing so), your Motherboard is the problem, meaning
that you'll have to replace the laptop. If it turns white like 10-30
seconds after you hit the power button, then it's the software, meaning
that you'll have to either replace the hard drive, or reinstall the OS.
YOUR TRANSDUCER MAY BE SET FOR HORIZONTAL MODE...MEANING FROM BANK TO BOAT, NOT DEPTH...CHECK THE TRANSDUCER TO MAKE SURE, IT IS AIMING DOWN, NOT OUT...OTHERWISE YOU'LL NEED TO CHECK YOUR MODE SETTINGS IN YOUR MENU.
YOU CAN ALSO DO A TEST ON YOUR TRANSDUCER, BY SCREWING IT ONTO A BROOM STICK ...ADJUST THE TRANSDUCER DOWN, CHECK YOUR SETTINGS ON THE SCREEN, THEN DO A SIDE TEST WITH THE TRANSDUCER TILTED SIDEWAYS TOWARDS THE BANK AND CHECK YOUR SCREEN!
THEY CAN BE TRICKY...AND ARE VERY SENSITIVE, BUT ONCE YOU FIGURE OUT, HOW YOU WANT TO USE IT, YOU'LL LOVE IT!
The very first 5/6 screens were in Spanish, which you have to click
through before you can change the language. Somewhere on the lower right
of the touch screen there's a box that probably means "yes" or
something. (Above the A/B boxes - you'll see what I mean). Once you find
it it's pretty straightforward. On the first screen you have to enter
at least one character before you can proceed. Then you can set the date
and time etc. When you get to a certain point the unit powers down.
When you switch it back on you'll see some icons. Navigate your way to
settings and you'll eventually see the holy light - "ENGLISH!!!!!!
Error F03 in Hotpoint washer means that the thermistor is open. When thermistor turns bad it will not let the water to heat or in some cases will boil the water to extreme temperatures. You’ll need to replace the thermistor to resolve this issue. The thermistor is located in the motor control unit. Inspect the element if its open circuit, it should read 1500-1800 ohms on Rx1 on the multimeter, if not then element is bad. To check/replace the element remove the lower rear panel. Hope this helps...
Thanks for using FixYa. Error F4 in your range/oven means oven temperature sensor failure. To resolve this issue you’ll have to check the oven temp. sensor circuit if the reading is more then 1100ohms then it should be replaced. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.
for using FixYa. Error F3 in your range/oven means oven temperature sensor
circuit failure. To resolve this issue you’ll have to check the oven temp. sensor
circuit if the reading is more then 1100ohms then it should be replaced. Please
do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further
assistance. Thanks Rylee