WHEN I TURN ON THE PTO SWITCH, THE BELT DOES NOT TURN. THEBELT SEEMS TO BE TIGHT, BUT WHEN YOU PUT THE DECK BACK UNDER THE LAWNMOVER ANDCONNECT THE PTO BELT IT DOES NOTHING. THERE SEEMSTO HAVE SLACK IN THE BELT. I CANNOT FIGURE OUT WHAT IS CAUSING THIS. THE PTOAND CLUTCH IS WORKING FINE, JUST PROBLEMS WITH THE BELT AND IT NOT TURNING. CANYOU PLEASE HELP ME? I HAD TO PUT THIS IN THE PRODUCT LIST BECAUSE THEY HAVE NOTHING ON WHAT I NEEDED.
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I have the same problem with my Backtrack. I unlock back battery cover, unscrew some screws. Then I take the screen, check connection - it's ok. Then I try to close power switch with screwdriver. It started, but doesnt worked. There are some symbols on the screen. It's all I can do. My BackTrack still won't worked. For comments: email@example.com
Yes you can restore your data from the TC after a hard reset. You have to go thtrough the setup menu like chose which language etc first. Well I have exactly the same problem as you and a hard reset did not work either ... Upgrading / downgrading the firmware also did not work.... the thing keeps on switching itself on regardless.... Do you have found out something more in the mean time?
Does it stay out and click or when you say snaps back do you mean it's going back inside the deck and then clicks? If it stays out and clicks then the motor is not getting the signal from the limit switch telling t that it's all the way out. That switch will make the motor stop running, the clicking you hear is the motor gears slipping passed each other, they have a set up that will allow the gears to slip without breaking the teeth off of them. If it's quickly gong back inside the unit, it's sensing that the screen is either jamming up or hitting something that is keeping it from opening fully. It is not opening to the point that the switch I mentioned earlier has been clicked by the screen and the deck has safety features built in to make sure that it will not be jamming the screen to anything and possibly causing any damages to it or to you car. If it's going in and clicking afterwards that would mean that the return switch has not been tripped and could be a bad switch. Again the motor gears will be slipping. would check to make sure the screen is not touching anything on it's way out, i'm willing to bet it is. If you cannot see any problems then it may be mounted in such a way that the deck has pressure on it and is binding on the case as the screen's being pushed out and causing the motor to slip. You could remove the deck and test it on a bench to see if it works whiile not mounted in the car.
It appears that that when your car was in the shop to do what ever work, they disconnected the battery, then of course now, that you tried to put in password, after the third time it locked. So, what I would try is disconnecting battery, and maybe that will bring you back to the #key pad. As far as the right password, you would have to contact the manufacturer of your deck, or maybe place like CAR TOYS, they might have a code they know to override yours to reset a new password. I hope this helped you, Mike
ONE, RESET IT !!! (See resetting instructions below)
TWO, let the battery die out!
Waking up your c330...
If you left your Garmin c330 on running
the battery will have 1% life left. If you turn c330 back on again, it
will flash screen for 3 seconds then die, even charging it at this
point will not wake it back up. TO BRING IT BACK TO LIFE... plug in the
power home or car into Garmin c330. There is a tab in the front Garmin
gray frame of your screen. You must take like your fingernails and
under the logo "GARMIN" pull the whole gray plastic frame off.
Underneath the plastic frame to the right hand side. There is a "RESET"
button. Make sure power is plugged in while hitting reset. Your battery
should come back to life. Cheers
turn off your unit with the slide switch on the top. Hold down the repeat button or the one beside the slide switch and then put the slide switch back to the on position. Then select hdd tools then format. exit out and turn the switch off and back on and it should work