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Turn on or turn off the display demo mode. The console features a display demo mode, designed to be used if the exercise bike is displayed in a store. If the demo mode is turned on, the console will not turn off and the display will not be reset when you finish exercising. You can turn on or turn off the display demo mode. From the settings menu, select Demo Mode. The currently selected demo mode option will be highlighted. To turn on the demo mode, select On. To turn off the demo mode, select Off. Your manual is here. http://www.sportsmith.net/images/product_support%5CProForm%5CPFEX013112%20-%20PROFORM%20LE%20TOUR%20DE%20FRANCE%20BIKE%5CPFEX01311.2-320509.pdf
Hello - If the unit was in demo mode it would not produce any water or rinse actions. So if you have water entering the unit, I doubt it is at all in demo mode. Error E01 for Electrolux models means the unit has detected a water leak. This will need to be checked and a repair performed by a technician since they will need to repair the leak and retest unit.
From everything I have been able to find, a unit that has demo mode on it, is never supposed to be used for retail consumption. Those modes are only for actual demo models in stores. I reviewed alot of information trying to find this out, but it appears that there is no way around this.
and the ps3 will be unlocked from demo mode. but be aware that this will only be for a couple of minutes. so make sure you have the latest firmware the not demo one but the ordinary from the playstation site on a removable storage media something like a memory stick or flash drive
so you can update immediately after unlocking you ps3! only this way you can completely unlock your system!!
and the ps3 will be unlocked from demo mode! but be aware that this will only be for a couple of minutes. so make sure you have the latest firmware the not demo one but the ordinary from the playstation site on a removable storage media something like a memory stick or flash drive
so you can update immediately after unlocking you ps3! only this way you can completely unlock your system
There is often confusion in the way the manual states how to achieve removing demo mode. Because this is listed in the "Menu System" section of the manual and assumes you read from page 1 of the manual that you will know to enter the menu in this section of the manual. Here is step by step instructions on removing demo mode on your unit.
1. Go to standby mode
2. Press and hold the menu button till the menu comes up
3. Press control knob towards AM or FM to scroll through menu till you locate "Demo On"
4. Press control knob straight in for approximately 3 seconds till it switches to "Demo Off"
5. Hit menu button again to exit menu
From the user's manual (pg.23):
1. Select the Demonstration Mode. Push the Control knob towards [FM] or [AM]. Select the "DEMO" display.
2. Set the Demonstration Mode. Press the Control knob for at least 2 seconds.