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Maintaintence kit It keeps telling me to replace the maintainance kit and I have , what else should I do?

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Be 100 percent sure you have the exact right one. When that happens you normaly have the wrong kit. They can fit but have the wrong part number. Actually its common

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Translation for B 125 maintenance code


This fooled me for a little while, as I'm not familiar with the car. Actually what you are seeing is a maintainence message that tells you first, that you need to perform a maintainence type A or B.
Then it tells you what maintainence sub items you also need to perform.

So, what you are being told is perform maintainence B and perform sub items 1, 2 and 5

MAINTAINENCE A CHECKLIST:
Replace engine oil

MAINTAINENCE B CHECKLIST:
Replace engine oil and filter
Inspect front & rear brakes
Inspect parking brake & adjustment
Inspect Tie rod ends, steering box & boots
Inspect suspension components
Inspect Driveshaft boots
Inspect brake hoses and lines including ABS
Inspect All fluid levels and conditions of fluid
Inspect Exhaust system
Inspect Fuel lines & connections

SUB ITEMS CHECK LIST
1:
Rotate Tyres

2:
Replace air cleaner element (Every 15,000 miles in dusty conditions)
Replace dust & pollen filter (Urban areas with high concentrations of soot, replace every 15,00 miles)
Inspect Drive belt

3:
Replace Transmission Fluid

4:
Replace Spark plugs
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How often should a coolant flush be done?


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My chain was not maintained properly by the original owner and needs to be replaced. What chain do you recommend?


you hit the nail on the head , not maintained, you could use any brand, DID, REGINA, SUBAKI, RENTHAL,OR AFAM, all are equaly as good as each other, if as you say it maintained correctly, would sugest either o ring or x ring chain as these will help keep the integral link clean. Suposingly an x ring has reduced friction over that of the o ring, normal good practice to replace chain and sprockets as a kit. hope this helps

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The purpose of the heater is maintain an open water space on the surface for gases to exchange into the water. Whatever was in place to keep this unit afloat must be replaced (ie Styrofoam). Or, if the the unit has an air chamber to keep it afloat perhaps the element burned through it and it's filling with water.....try to plug it with some epoxy glue.

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Clear copies


you are looking to get clear copies on the irc6800 there is so much that goes into making that copier come out with clear copies and so many things that need to be changed in order to keep it working.. the fixing assembly should be rebuilt like every 200k in order to keep it functioning porperly, the color developers need to checked and cleaned and starter replaced like every 100k color prints, the corona wires need replaced , transfer rollers all 3 of them should be replaced every 100k,

all i can say is that it needs to maintained and kept maintained and it will serve you well.... remember this one thing it was meant to do 90%bw copies and 10% color copies if you do more than that you will experience copy degradation...

i can only tell you this because i worked on them for many years and that model became my specialty.... you can call me if you like and i can answer any questions you have and i may be able to help you clear it up somewhat. email me the total copies and i should be able to tell you what service should be done and when.

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install MK means replace the maintains kit . maintains kit is belongs to drum ,developer , drive gears ..... after 250000 print it asking to replace all the things ....... this is not harmful the printer it will work fine don't worry about the install mk....

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The message that persists in saying to "replace black cartridge" could be due to a defective cartridge chip. The chip maintains counts and tells the printer when a new cartridge is installed. If you cartridge is remanufactured, they may have neglected to install a new chip.

Regarding the new fuser not working, I'll have to get back to you on that.

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Throttle body removed and replaced


I'm not a chevy guy, but I think you need to reset the throttle position sensor (TPS) once it's disconnected.

For idle, the throttle plate is almost closed with just a little air getting through. For more air, an IAC idle air control valve lets more air in to maintain an ilde speed. The TPS tells the engine computer when the throttle plate is closed and then the computer tells the IAC to let more or less air in to maintain idle.

So, as long as you reconnected all the connectors you took off, I'm guessing you just need to make some readjustments. Calling your Chevy dealer service department, they can tell you if that's true.

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Maintainence Kit


Normally if you shut the machine off and on and let it totally cycle it will release.

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Fridge keeps freezing


Chances are, they replaced the wrong parts, or didn't replace all the parts, assuming they replaced an electric motor kit. I would need to know the P/N of the electric motor kit to confirm what was replaced.

Based on the fact that it froze the drinking water tank, and if they replaced the electric motor kit, the problem is more likely the temperature sensor or the control board.

Let me know what the P/N is of what they replaced and we can be more precise.

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