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AR-160 I cleaned the charger and now I get an L4 message. Anything I can do- service is sooo expensive.

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Type this c-interup-0-c the machine will shutdown and type 14 and press start key.

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  • wilfredo benito May 02, 2008

    type this c-interup-0-interup the machine will shutdown and type 14 and press start key.it will reset the error code if not,replace the main motor.

  • wilfredo benito May 02, 2008

    type this c-interup-0-interup the machine will shutdown and type 14 and press start key.it will reset the error code. if not? replace the main motor.

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