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Hi, It seems to be BIOS password, if you don't remember or don't have the BIOS password you have to reset the password by opening your CPU cover and removing the CMOS coin battery, this will reset the BIOS password but dont forget to return back the battery and start using your PC.
The lock means that your wireless network is secured with a password. If the router is yours, and you don't remember what the password is, you can reset the router with the reset button on the back end of the router. This button is very small, needing a pin to push it. It's located right next to the antenna, and has a small arrow pointing at it. While holding the button down, watch for the light on the front labeled "test" to light. This should take 5-10 seconds. Don't release the button until the light comes on. Once it does, let go of the button and wait for the router to reboot.
Hi The first thing you need to do is go to your menu. When you push the menu there should be something like "language" and something else below it. There are 2 buttons that have arrows by them. Push the button with the up arrow and it should move the asterisk (*) up. Keep pushing the button until you come to "Descale", then push the menu button again. You have entered the descale menu. Follow the directions below. Scroll down to water hardness and push the enter button. Use your up arrow and move the number to 4, if it is not already there. Push the enter button. Once it is on 4, then scroll up to "Descale machine" and push enter. Have your solution (NOT VINEGAR) Citric Acid dissolved in solution and put into water tank. Now open the knob for steam and let the machine do its thing. When it is all done it will say "Finished descaling". Rinse out the water tank and put in fresh water. Close the knob and then reopen it again. When it finished rinsing scroll down to "Reset Descale" Push enter and choose "Yes" with the arrow and push enter. This will bring up a message when it needs to be descaled again. You can also see how many coffee's you have made. It's just above the Descale Machine in your menu. Descale more often than Not Enough will keep your machine working well into the future
Descailing could still be the problem! other than recently when was the last time you descaled and how often do you descale. If you follow the 3 months or more by the manuel then contact keurig (1800 Cup Brew) If you didnt follow the manuels time frame like most people dont waiting for the light to tell you when to do it then thats the problem. Its too clogged with scale and lime for just one descailing to work. you may need to descale several times to get it unclogged. and make sure you follow the instructions fully esp. the letting it sit for 4 hours on.
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=11860&thid=808510 Hayden Supervac 3600 Posted by kdm0 on Jul 20, 2008 Hi, I have a Hayden Supervac 3600 central vac system in a house I just purchased. The Amber light indicating that it needs regular maintenance is on. I have cleaned and serviced the motor, everything is fine and suction is well. How do I reset the service light? The reset button seems to do nothing.Thanks Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. I heard of this happening before and you need to refer to the owner’s manual and or to contact the factory or manufacturer of which I will provide to you @ the end of this question. There may be some type of rely switch or board that might need replacing but check with the factory. If you need further help please refer to a local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.haydenvac.com/company/company.html Customer Service 1-800-461-5300 Company Phone # 1-705-726-3361 Company Fax 3 1-705-726-2186 Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.
The big tablets are for descaling, and go in the water jug, the small ones for cleaning the brew unit, and pop in the top.
The boxes that they come in should tell you what they are - in many languages!
Do you have the instruction book?