The red on/off button is loose and has trouble engaging the button on the small PCB.
Looks like there is a part missing, but there is no sign of it. Is it a spring which has taken off into the blue? Something is needed to spring back the red button so that it is firm and align it with the button on the PCB.
Please can anyone help me find whatever I need to make the red button useable? New, 2nd hand, picture of parts breakdown or anything to reveal the unknown.
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Re: Matsui LM20N2 on-off button
Your manufacturer will be able to provide the missing piece. Either it could be a spring or some rubber component. Your user manual should provide a number to call them at. Otherwise I will find one and post it here. Let me know if you need anything else.
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Trouble like this is usually caused by a welded or shorted starter solenoid.
You could test solenoid with a multi meter on an ohms setting. with it removed from the bike it should read infinity (or not do anything). the switch should be open (not making contact) when not commanded by the start button. test it across the 2 large posts.
if it has continunity (if the numbers change on the meter) it is stuck.
solenoid is usually close to the battery. under side cover or seat. it looks like a small metal tube salt shaker size with 4 wires.
2 for starter and 2 for button/switch
Error code : Printer communication error Communication error between the Engine Controller PCB and the Main Controller PCB occurred.
Try turning off the device, unplug power cable and turn on to flush the memory. Change the power cable as well. If this doesn't resolve the issue, probably something is loose in the board. Contact your support.
I have a suggestion that will tell you and me exactly what your problem is--Does set have small button on front that says MAGIC FOCUS? If it does press it and after it starts press it again--it will stop the magic focus and bring up the convergence grid on the screen----you will see a grid of lines and just need to look at them----if red or blue is out of place you have a convergence problem--very common on this kind of set.
If set does not have MAGIC FOCUS BUTTON (IT IS ON THE RIGHT OF THE KEYBOARD AND MAY BE RECESSED) You can remove the front speaker grill and the inspection plate behind it----there is a tiny small push button switch on the left front of the circuit boards--it will have blue button--us something not metal (I use a eraser end of a pencil) this will engage the set into the same convergence mode.
You just need to see what the grid looks like--if it is skewed etc--YOU KNOW YOU HAVE A CONVERGENCE PROBLEM.
If it is a convergence problem I CAN TELL YOU WHAT IS INVOLVED TO REPAIR THE SET---it will depend if you can do it yourself or need to have someone do it for you--most of this repair is just getting at a few parts and being able to do good soldering etc.
Try to check to see if you actually have a Convergence trouble or something else--if the lines on the grid are not white--red or blue bowed or out of place anywhere--it is convergence problem.
Seeing is believing and if you see the grid looks bad.
let me know--I am here to help people---I HAVE FIXED HUNDREDS OF HITACHI SETS WITH ALL KINDS OF TROUBLES--CONVERGENCE IS THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM--BY THE WAY: CONFIRM THAT ACTUAL MODEL NUMBER IS 51F500.
It sounds like you might have blown an axle. Especially if there has never been any transmission problems before. You said the fluid looks fine, and by that I take it to mean the fluid is clean and red, and its full. A blown axle will make the click noise, as the splines on the end of the axle are trying to mesh with the splines inside the transmission. The problem could be in the trans., but I'd pull the axles out first and check them, as axles are a lot cheaper and easier to change than a transmission.
the red rings can be caused by any number of things from a faulty power pack on the suppply cord to a loose av cable from back of x box. but the main cause of the "Red Ring of Death" is overheating. On the main pcb inside the xbox, you will see 1 or 2 small micoprocessors,
depending on when u bought ur box and what version it is,
when the unit heats up the pcb bends causing the processors to lift off the board and loose contact, you can either try mounting the pcb at diff points so it doesnt bend, or the longer term fix is apply some extra heat sink compound between the processor and the pcb and re solder the processor to the pcb. anyway. good luck.
check the safety thermostat which is located at the bottom of the dishwasher. you have to remove the bottom plate,and then you will find easily the thermostat-KSD201/PF 90. you have to reset this probably.there is a red wax dot in the middle this thermostat, so remove it and use a needle to press a very small button inside. the heating element is working well probably.you can measure resistance on it to be sure.