Hi. I have had my Jackson for 2-3 years. So far, so good. Now the start button sometimes doesn't work and we have to push it several times. Sometimes if we open and shut the door, it will start when we push it again.
Do I possibly need a new button?
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When a component sometimes works and sometimes doesn't work, it suggests the component itself is functioning correctly. Check for loose wire connections on the door switch, the start switch, and on the cycle-reset switch which is located on the cam-timer assy of the machine (if so equipped). Cam timer assy is behind the kick-plate, under the door.
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Sometimes the timer display fades but still working in background, if all dead now then probably means you need new timer as ovens shouldn't work if clocks not set to manual mode.
Try turning oven on then messing with buttons, usually the 2 left buttons and one far right should do trick.. push 2 left first, keeping them pressed push far right!
hello,if it is the one i think it is to where the push button is a closed unit with no screws as far as i know there is no repair for the push button switch,how ever there is a good how to on u tube repairing snowblower electric starters,from what i have seen the push button doesn't go bad,now if the push button comea apart you can repair it which useally the black box or circut thing that cost around $40.00 found on most s 200 blowers,hope this helps,,
Don't know about the 1991 because we just bought ours today, but we asked our fantastic mechanic to install one on our 1993 Sidekick and it has worked like a hot **** for two years now. Just find a good mechanic who doesn't need to operate inside the box.
I have owned my own business for 3 years and have been working on scooters and powerchairs for 15 years. In the future give as much info about the scooter as possible.
Several problems: Make ablsoutly sure the batteries are at full charge and have been load tested. Sometimes even a new battery can be bad. If the batteries are good then here are some sugesstions.
1.The throttle pot or somtimes called the engager can be bad.
2. Speed pot (most likely the problem) could be bad.
3. The motor brushes may be too small to run the motor armature
4. You may also have a bad motor
5. I have also seen this problem and had to replace the transaxle.
Press and hold start button for 4-5 seconds.Make sure that the start button has been fully pushed down or turned far enough to activate the dryer.
After that plug something else into the same outlet. If it works, you know you have power to the dryer. If it doesn’t work, you’ll need to check for any blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers.
If the power is there, you need to check door switch, thermal fuse, thermostats, and start switch to see if one of these is faulty. Make sure that the control settings are appropriate, and that any buttons are fully depressed.
hi gud day.did u have a manual to check before to try to operate, or u think the item is ok to use in ur country coz some model & brand have a diff in tecnical power,what HSN or ur unit is stock for how many years?sometimes this the coz of the problem.tnx
I had the same problem but I found someone wh said that there is a way to reset the dishwasher. I tried it and it has worked so far.
Here is what I did.
Push the Hi-temp and then push the Sani-rinse. Go back and forth multiple times on these two buttons. I found that after a handfull of pushes that a "1" came up on the display. I continued to keep rotating the two buttons and then a "2" came up on the display and the dishwater started it's "drain" phase. I then hit cancel to clear and then I selected the cycle I wanted. The washer started up just as normal at this point.