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All - driver - passenger - front an back ? Look for broken wires inside the rubber boot from the body to the door ,driver side !
Power Windows Operation
The vehicle is equipped with power windows controlled by the door modules. The DDM receives a window switch request, over the SBI serial data, from either the passenger door module wired to the window switch pressed or from the driver door switch assembly. The DDM checks the Class 2 serial data to see if the status information is correct (i.e. ignition switch position) to permit window operation.
If the status information to permit window operation is correct, the DDM sends the command to the door module controlling the window to move the window as requested.
Windows Power and Ground
The windows are powered by discreet power and ground circuits. These circuits are in the same dedicated connector as the window motor drive circuits.
PWR/WDO 30 amp circuit breaker located in the rear fuse box ,DRVMDL fuse 10amp located in the same rear fuse box . This power the driver door module (computer )
The vehicle is equipped with power door locks. Each lock actuator is powered and controlled by the door module mounted in the individual door. The driver door module (DDM) is the master control for the door lock system but the rear integration module (RIM) contains the program that determines when the lock functions are permitted.
The exterior key cylinders are wired to either the DDM or the passenger door module (PDM), depending on the location of the key cylinder. The interior lock switches are wired to the driver door switch assembly (DDSA) and the PDM. The DDSA and the PDM send the lock switch requests to the DDM over the simple bus interface (SBI) serial data circuit. The DDM then sends the lock requests to the RIM over the Class 2 serial data circuits.
The door lock operation modes are controlled by the rear integration module (RIM). The RIM examines the requested function from the DDM, or the remote function actuator (RFA), as well as the transmission shift selector position and the ignition switch position information available over the Class 2 serial data circuits. The RIM determines if a locking function is permitted, and commands the DDM to perform the function permitted. The DDM then sends commands to the rest of the door modules via the SBI to implement the selected locking function.
All programmable modes of lock system operation are stored in the RIM. The RIM checks the lock function program selected against the lock requests, the transmission selection and ignition key switch condition to determine if the requested function is permitted. If the requested function is permitted, the RIM then commands the DDM to perform the lock function over the Class 2 serial data circuits. The DDM commands the individual door modules to perform the lock function over the SBI serial data circuit.
If you wanted to, you could wrap this command up in a VBScript and execute the test page from there. For more information about running command line tools from within a script take a gander at this classic Tales from the Script column (it’s actually the first Tales ever written
This most likely means that the over flow tank is full. You can order a replacement tank but you have to disassemble the printer pretty far to get to it. You would also need to reset the counter so ..... if you want you can just reset the counter. Doing this without replacing the Ink Absorber will mean that once it is truly full it will leak into the printer itself. Do so at your own risk, but then again these are cheap printers....
Brother Maintenance Mode Commands:
- Quickly press Menu/Set * 2 8 6 4 to enter maintenance mode.
- Display should read maintenance.
- Press one or more of the maintenance mode commands below. After each
command display should read re-init for a few moments then redisplay
- Press 99 to exit the maintenance mode.
Maintenance mode commands:
01 Full RAM clear (see 91 below for retaining user programming)
02 scanner initialize (feed a white sheet, then a black sheet)
05 white level
09 print test
10 modify soft switches
11 print configuration list
16 panel test
19 CML test
20 signal test
21 tonal test
23 filter RX
54 scan edge
55 scanner area
66 test print memo
75 display drum life (if enabled on laser models)
76 reset drum life counter (laser models)
91 parameter initialize (user programming remains intact)
99 Exit maintenance mode"
I would use the 01 and reset everything. Otherwise you can go through the 91 parameter list till you find the counter.
Set the maintenance counter:perform test command 72.Press C - interrupt key - 0 - interrupt key - 7 - 2 - PSW.The currently set maintenance cycle code is displayed and the ready lamp lights up.After the ready lamp lights up anter the set code corresponding to the maintenance cycle mode.0 = 10000 sheets ; 1= 15000 sheets ;2=30000 sheets.See the toner full detection part and remove the wastw box,change it.Perfor the test command 14.This command used to cancel troubles other then U1 and U2.After cancellation of trouble the test command is also cancelled automatically,also used to cancel toner full detection the maintenance lamp blinking.
Press : CLEAR key - INTERRUPT key - O - INTERRUPT key.
The copy quantity display goes off and the machine is ready to receive input of test command number.Enter the two digit number to select the test commands.The test command number entered will be displayed in the copy quantity display.Press the PRINT switch.The operation corresponding to the entered test command number will be performed.For the test command 13 and 14 since test commands 13,14 are used to clear the contents of the diagnostic status (U1,H3,H4)stored in the LSI,the diagnostic mode will be automatically canceled after completion of the test commands.
Indeed, I did the same thing.... I did find the answer in the manual! Here's a copy of it (pg 23):
Set the command mode for the remote so it matches the command mode for the recorder you set above. 1 Hold down ENTER 2 While holding down ENTER, enter the command mode code number using the number buttons. Command Mode Code number DVD1 number button 1 DVD2 number button 2 DVD3 number button 3 3 Hold down both the number buttons and ENTER at the same time for more than 3 seconds. 4 Let up, press RETURN, all done!
To enter the serviceman test command mode, press the keys as follows: [#] key → [*] key → [C] key → [*] key To cancel the test command mode, press the [CA] key.
H4 00 Content Heat roller low temperature detection Detail The fusing temperature does not reach 185°C within 27 sec of turning on the power, or the fusing temperature keeps at 140°C. Cause Thermistor abnormality Heater lamp abnormality Thermostat abnormality Control PWB abnormality Check and remedy Use TC 5-02 to check the heater lamp blinking operation. When the lamp blinks normally. Check the thermistor and its harness. Check the thermistor input circuit on the control PWB. When the lamp does not light up. Check for disconnection of the heater lamp and the thermostat. Check the interlock switch. Check the power PWB and the lamp control circuit on the MCU PWB. Use TC 14 to clear the self diagnostic display.