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Re: On Off switch location
If this is a PROFORM 520 TRAINER TREADMILL (PFTL49807) then it has no on/off switch, but it has a reset/off switch the safety key is the component unit that disengages the reed switch on the upper console thus shutting down the unit into standby mode.
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That Night Watch face plate is AC ran by a converter inside the radio. The LEDS are part of the face plate and sold as one unit. The face plate goes out often on these radios. In short the face plate needs replaced if you want it to light up. The radio's performance will not be effected by this. Cobra can actually switch that out fairly cheap. Cheaper than buying a face plate used on the net.
Remove all originals from the document feeder tray.
It might be easier to work with the automatic document feeder if the document feeder tray is removed first.
Lift the cover of the automatic document feeder.
Figure 1: Lifting the ADF cover
Lift the lid on the HP all-in-one, and locate the notch near the top right
edge of the lid backing.
Figure 2: Locating the notch near the lid backing1 - Notch2 - Lid backing
one or two fingers in the notch, as you lower the lid of the HP
all-in-one. Keep your fingers in the notch until the lid is
Figure 3: Inserting fingers into the notch
Push against the top of the face plate with your thumb as you pull the
bottom away from the right side of the HP all-in-one with your fingers.
Use a slight twisting motion to help release the face plate on the right side.
not pull the face plate all the way off yet. There is a
plastic catch on the far left inside of the face plate that helps secure
face plate in place. If the face plate is pulled straight off, the
plastic catch on the inside of the face plate might be damaged.
Figure 4: Releasing the face plate from the right side of the HP all-in-one1 - Releasing the right side with a slight twisting motion
Slide the face plate to the left until the plastic catch on the
left side is not touching any part of the HP all-in-one, then pull the face plate
away from the device.
Figure 5: Removing the face plate from the HP all-in-one1 - Sliding the face plate to the left2 - Pulling the face plate away from the HP all-in-one
Cleaning the rollers or separator pad
Follow the steps below to clean the rollers or separator pad.
Once the face plate of the ADF is removed, use the blue-green handle to lift the pick assembly.
Figure 6: Blue/green handle and the pick assembly1 - Blue-green handle2 - Pick assembly
This allows access to the rollers and the separator pad.
Figure 7: The rollers and the separator pad1 - Rollers2 - Separator pad
Lightly dampen a clean, lint-free cloth with distilled water, then squeeze any
excess liquid from the cloth.
Use the damp cloth to wipe any residue off of the rollers or the separator pad.
If the residue does not come off using distilled water, try using isopropyl
Use the blue-green handle to lower the pick assembly.
Reattaching the face plate of the ADF
Follow the steps below to reattach the face plate to the front of the automatic document feeder.
Hook the face plate onto the left side of the HP all-in-one
so that the plastic catch on the far left inside of the face plate catches on
the notch on the front of the automatic document feeder.
Figure 8: Hooking the face plate into the left side of the HP all-in-one1 - Notch2 - Plastic catch
Line up the right edge of the face plate with the right side of the HP all-in-one,
and then press on the right side of the face plate until it snaps securely into place.
Figure 9: Snapping the face plate into the right side of the HP all-in-one
Place your hands towards the center of the face plate, and press until the center of the face plate snaps into place.
You should hear two clicks; one when the left side snaps into place, and one when the right
side snaps into place.
Figure 10: Finishing re-attaching the face plate
Close the cover of the automatic document feeder.
If you removed the document feeder tray, reattach it.
if im not mistaken, that model has a detachable face plate. What happens a lot of the time is the connections between the face plate and the unit get corroded. Take the face plate off and (with fine grit sand paper) lightly scuff the electrical connection clean on both the unit and the face plate. It also doesn't hurt to use a little dielectric grease before you reattach it... this method has work several times in the past for me... Hope this helped!
I had the same problem, the face plates comes off by sticking your finger nail under the little notch under the garmin symbol and pich off the thin face plate, there is a reset button under the face plate in the middle of the right hand side of the edge of the face plate( visible when the face plate is dislodged. I held the button in for a second or two, you can feel the button recess as you push down on it) and the unit resets without disturbing the existing programed route
This is actually a common problem with more than just that radio. Sometimes the pins on the back of the face plate need to be cleaned. Take the face plate off, take a Q-tip and dip it lightly in some rubbing alcohol. Then use that to clean the metal pins on the back of the face plate. Make sure it is completely dry before you place the face plate back on. If this does not work, your better off replacing the whole thing.
FIXED MINE! My 2000 Sienna XLE had the same problem with the lights not working. They would flicker on once in a while. I took off the face plate, cleaned the radio with a "can of air" to remove any dust, put electrical grease on the face plate contacts and the plugs on the back of the radio. Reassembled and the lights worked better, but dim and flickered off a bit. Knocked on it a few times on the side to get those contacts to work better and it is now working. My guess is the contacts on the faceplate were not making good contact. If I had to do it again, I would pull on and off the face plate a few times after installing the electrical grease to help loosen up any corrosion for a better connection. That would probably eliminate the need to beat on the side of the radio after reassembling. This fixed mine. Hope it works for you.
Did you try to reset the unit? Place you thumbnail in the groove located under the Garmin logo on the face plate. Gently pull off the face plate. Press the reset button. Turn the unit back on and see if it works - Of course replace the face plate carefully. Good luck! Dr. Know