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Looking at the setup and spec sheets, the power supply is built in therefore no separate power block (transformer) to worry about. The power cord on the set up sheet looks to be a "Figure 8". Check on the printer itself and if the socket looks like this:
then it almost certainly a standard lead that is used for many electrical appliances as well as computer peripherals, and should be obtainable at most electrical or computer shops. If you ask for a Figure 8 mains cable they should know what you mean but if have a way to take this picture with you - even better !
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Noise may be coming from faulty parts, but it also may be caused by improperly loaded dishes. heck your owner's manual for proper loading methods.Next, when the dishwasher is completely cool, look in the openings around the pump at the bottom of the dishwasher's interior be sure no implements or hard debris such as bones, fruit pits, or silverware are stuck in them.
Be sure your dishwasher is sitting level. Adjust the feet beneath the unit by screwing them up or down. If there are lock nuts on the feet, make sure they are tight.
A thumping or chattering sound during the filling cycle usually indicates that the inlet valve needs to be replaced. Unless you're handy with this sort of repair, this is a job for a repairperson.
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Gents - not sure where you live, but try these UK links. The D65 was a similar system produced a year or two earlier, if the cable is 15 pin my bet is it is the same cable. Good luck, better look after my cables carefully!
You must always 'lock' the scanner before you move! It is very sensitive. If you are scanning at 300 dpi, the scanner motors moves the platten by 1/300th of an inch and then the data is scanned. This is a continuous process, but you see only the platten moving.
There are are small plastic 'catches' on the back side. The top portion is 'press-fit'. Carefully remove every plastic catch and you can reach the inner parts. Most probabbly, the clacking noise is because the motor is not able to drive the platten. If you can reset it properly, then the scanner is ready! Ensure cables are not disturbed.
AF means that the CIS scanner is (can) not (get)in right position. This could be because of a broken scanner flat cable, or a loose flatcable or a defective pcb.
Check flatcable connection at the pcb (Open scanner like changing carts, open flatcable cover with a screwdriver. Does the flatcable stick in the pcb? (There is only the flatcable without a connector ;-)) Reconnect and power up mfc again.
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