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Have already replaced sensor. I tape on face of main display panel main display does not give proper micron reading. Would like to now if i can send my micron meter direct to you or deal with local supply house.

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The weather Forecast Icons don't change on my honeywell weather station model # TE852W


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This problem could arise due to various reasons
1)Replace the batteries in remote sensors
When the batteries are properly installed, the remote weather sensor will resume sending signals to the main unit.To enforce an immediate remote signals search, press and hold
DOWN on the main unit.

2)Remote thermo-hygrometer sensor could be weak in sending the signal about weather Forecast.Test it properly.

3)Reset the unit and check


post a comment for further assistance.
Thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

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Hi i have phaser 8560, it gives me a error 09,038,46:62248, plese who can solve me the problem.


Hi there
The onlty thing I can find close to this is.
Acording to the manual its a ink loader error like your loading the wrong type of ink like the puzzles pieces arent matching and hitting the sensor flags right. Yours by the 8 is referring to the black ink. Anyway go to troubleshooting on the control panel. then to service tools. when in service tools press and hold the up arrow while still pressing the up arrow press the down arrow. the display should say hidden menus. go to diagnostic mode press enter go to funtion menu. then go to clear ISC fault and enter. ISC=ink stick count fault. I hope that helps. Just to let you know Ive had nothing but problems with third party ink and once its in the system its hard to get out so I would watch what im doing with my expensive equipment

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Samsung LCD monitor (SyncMaster 710v) displaying white stripe.


hi,
your lcd micron tube in the panel had already worn out.
got to replace the panel

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Oven doesn't turn on display indicates F4


HI. this error code is indicating that the oven temp sensor is damaged. it is not sending the correct resistance signals back to the main control board. This damaged sensor will need to be replaced, asap. Once replaced, the unit will operate correctly. This can , also, be caused by a loose wiring harness, as well. I would advise to inspect the wires that link the oven temp sensor to the main control board. if the connection is ok, replace the oven temp sensor.

If you have a multimeter handy, i will list the proper reading to check for.

The most common oven sensor should be approximately, 1100 ohms when at room temperature. The others may be close to as follows:

100°F - 1143 ohms
200°F - 1350 ohms
300°F - 1553 ohms
350°F - 1654 ohms
400°F - 1753 ohms
500°F - 1949 ohms


If the sensor test is adequate, and the wiring is Ok at the control, this will lead to a failed control board. replace the control in this case.




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Low oil pressure light goes on until car warms up. Oil level is good


The oil pressure sending unit has gone bad. I sending unit is just above the oil filter and you can get to it from the top. When you face the Engine look down towards the oil filter, the oil pressure sending unit is just above that and it looks like a cylinder with two wires coming from it. If you don't see it, it's right between the exhaust manifold and oil filter.
If you go to Auto Zone or Parts Source, they'll have the oil pressure sending unit and the step by step instructions, When installing the new sensor. Do not use teflon tape or any sealant, the sensor is tapered and need's the good ground from the engine to give you right readings.
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This is a hardware fault with the drive (Quite common) The drive needs to be properly repaired (Main PCB Fault)

Send it to www.tape-drive-repair.com as they are quite good at this sort of thing and are not expensive

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Replace broken fan, but before you do that open up your computer while it's running, and make sure all of the fan connectors are snug.

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The tape end sensor, or record sensor has a fault, or the electronics that reads the sensors has a fault. This could be dirt on them, or an actual failure of some type. Without dissassembly and proper troubleshooting, speculation would only be a guess.

The service diagnostics do not show every possible type of failure that can occur in the camera. It only shows the main areas.

Jerry G.

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