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Re: wires came unplugged
Hi the 3 wire connector you have mentioned is for the FAN do not forget to connect it - you can find a 3 pin connector either white / brown in color on the motherboard - plug the 3 pin connector into this - it can be connected in only one direction .
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Unplug the motor from the harness and do a resistance check of the
motor. Between the grey and red/black wires you should read approx 5
ohms and between the blue and red/black wires you should read approx 3
ohms. This will verify the electrical operation of the motor. If
either check reads an open circuit, the motor is bad. Then reverify the
voltage between the grey wire and the red/black wire and then between
the blue wire and the red/black wire. Do this with the motor
disconnected from the harness. You should have 120vac on each reading
you take when you put the unit into drain. Make sure the unit is in
drain and the door is closed. If you now don't have the voltage, then
it's the control if you checked between grey and red/black i have about 3 ohms and the same
between blue and red/black. For the voltage if you have 120 v. between blue
and red/black but only 43 v. between grey and red/black. you should
replace your control board If you chose to replace it, take a look at the parts breakdown for the
door as to what to take apart to get to the control. It isn't as
obvious as you would expect. Good Luck
Locate the two wires from the circuit breaker attach one wire (black if marked) to the negative post of the rear battery and attach the other wire (red if marked) to the positive post of the front battery. Locate the two wires coming from the power module plug with a red and black wire. Attach the red wire to the rear battery positive post and the black wire to the front battery negative post. attach the joystick to the nine pin plug at the rear of the chair and turn it on. You should have power at the joystick and the chair should work. Disconnect the joystick put the shroud cover back on grease the seat post and reattach the seat then plug in the joystick and charger plug at the rear of the chair. Charge the batteries before use and charge them overnite for the next 20 days. If you use the chair daily charge your batteries everynite while you sleep unplug in the morning. If you don't use the chair daily charge at least once per week or after you use the chair. Always put the chair up fully charged if you are going to be out of the chair for an extended time the disconnect the batteries at the large plug going to the power module Hope this helps you
If you get nothing but a blue light and no video at all it sounds like you have a bad power supply. They are easy enough to check and replace but not for a first timer. If you know someone who knows more; get a volt meter and put it on the DC scale. Unplug a power plug to a drive or find one that is not used. Measure the Yellow to black and then the red to black wires. You should get 12 & 5 volts respectively.
If you can not see a "+" and "-" sigh on the connector as well as on the motherboard, then try it both ways. If you get it wrong the first time, it will not harm anything, just plug it in the other way if it does not work. Good luck!
on plug white is neutral, black is power , red is power, green is ground. black/yellow and blue are power and white is always neutral ie. (white to white) black to black/yellow, blue to red. green to grounding screw on machine
Lets start by pulling the plug on this machine and while your back there notice where the three screws are holding the console to the machine and remove them until the top comes off noticing how it latches front to back and the screws secure it. Now you will see on the right hand side a grey box, look for a white plug top side left with only two wires sitting by itself and unplug it. Then plug the machine back in and you should still have no power. Next the cable with blue wires connecting the console to the grey box needs to be unplugged. Now we will test that grey box as it supplies your console. The test is as this unplug power, unplug console( blue wires ) then the next step is to plug the white plug with the thick dual black wires in. You should hear it cycle through all the valves, door lock and bump the tub. If this works and after you plug in the console and no power, guess what? Need to replace the console. Ps the plug with the grey sheath by the console blue wires is your door lock:) Write back if you need any help.
Try this one: 1. Unplug your power cord from the box (NOT THE WALL!) 2. Wait 3-5 min... No more than 5 MIN (very important) 3. Hold down the power and select button at the same time and don’t let go. 4. Have someone plug the power back in… and keep holding the power and select button. 5.Don’t let go until it gets to 0 (it's about 5 min) 6. Once it gets to 0 then it will stop counting down, that when you let go!! 7. Don’t touch anything, 8. The screen will reset and it will go blank. nad that's it