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I have a languare master lm4000 I can turn it on but when I push a letter it don't work if I push a it won't work but it comes on Candu tell me what the problem could be I had it for years this

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No power to motor


There are way too many things it could be. Blown fuse, bad motor relay, bad control switch, even a bad motor. You say no power to motor, how do you know that there is no power? You could have an open circut on the motor andpower right up to it and it won,t run. Try the switch to turn the motor on / off and listen to hear a cliking noise. If you do that tells me the relay is working. If you don\'t hear it you could have a bad switch or relay. Next turn of the main power and jumper out the switch then power up the tub. If the motor comes on its a bad switch. If not it may be a bad relay. Also many switches are controled by an air tube to it from whre you push the button. Check to see if the hose is on and no breaks in it.Past these things you should contact a pro from a hot tub dealer. I hope some of this helps.As a master electrician I can say I hate hot tubs. The circuts are a pain to follow. Good luck.

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The axle job should not have caused any problem to develop in the clutch.
I don't see how they could have.
If you can work the slave by hand, it may be a problem with the clutch master cylinder. Maybe the rod from clutch pedal into the master is bent or binding up and won't travel into the master. You could check if master operates easily by taking line off at the slave cylinder (or if not able to remove hose, then open the bleeder valve on slave) and see if your pedal operates now. Use a can to catch fluid if you don't want it to spill on floor. If the pedal still won't move it must be a problem with the master cylinder or the clutch rod.
If the pedal works with line removed, or the bleed valve open, then the release bearing inside the bellhousing must be binding up and not moving forward to engage clutch. (The slave cylinder pushes the clutch fork lever which pushes the release bearing forward on a shaft up against the clutch pressure plate to allow the clutch to operate .If the release bearing is the problem, the transaxle will have to be removed to fix it.
As I said, though, if you can operate the slave and the cllutch lever it pushes with your hand, it doesn't sound like it is binding down there. Check the pedal's push rod going into the master cylinder. Good luck.

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1986 5.0 brake problems...replaced brake booster twice and master cylinder once....now there is no power to the brakes...the brakes are stiff while the care is off....but when the car is on the brake pedal...


Did you check and adjust the push rod that comes out of the booster, and in turn pushes the rod in the master cylinder??
If its too long, the piston in the master cylinder won't move back far enough to pull brake fluid in.
If it's too short, it won't contact the piston at all.

It doesn't move as much as you might think.
If instructions came with the new booster, they may address this, and how to adjust it.

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you could have a master cylinder leaking that won`t always show an external leak.you may also have an internal abs hydraulic module leak,you can check the master cylinder by having someone push on the pedal and cracking the lines loose and the fluid should spray out under alot of force,if not then the seals internal of the master are not doing their job.also by unbolting it from the brake booster and pulling it away from the booster and look at the rear of the unit to see if it is damp or wet if it is then it should be replaced.you don`t have to remove the brake lines to check this.if the master checks out good then i would say you have a bad abs module.

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Try to adjust the contrast by pushing the "F" button at the prompt (Ready for word) and increase the contrast by "arrow up" button.

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