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On the lake today, my '05 Tahoe's warning beeper went off each time I started it and kept it up for at least a couple minutes afterward until I was well underway and moving at a fair clip, then it would stop. In addition, when I turned on the "master power" switch, I also got a warning beep (this one at about twice the speed of the other), but it would stop immediately when I turned off that switch. I started and stopped the boat about 5 times during the day with the same results each time. I don't even know what those beepers are meant to warn me about as I don't have the manual. Can anyone tell me what those are supposed to be telling me?
The carberator is gravity fed and there is propbably gunk in it, when you give it more throttle, it needs more gas but can't get it. Then a build up of gas in the float bowl occurs and nothing works right. It has happened to me and its aggravating, do a complete rebuild on the carb or just replace it and you will be happier quicker.
Hope this helps, Coachtheune
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Normally all these problems are in relation with motor itself, I mean, internal bearings, short circuit. So if your treadmill stops is bacause the circuit board detetecs an over current fron motor.
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Posted on Nov 05, 2009
SOURCE: My treadmill (Reebok 35000) is
All powered treadmills have a breaker. The purpose of the breaker is to prevent a power surge that might damage the treadmill motor. Check the circuit breaker on the frame near the power cord. If the reset/off circuit breaker has tripped, wait 5 minutes and then reset the breaker by pressing the switch in. That should fix the problem.
Posted on May 30, 2011
SOURCE: new battery just put boat
You will need to do 3 tests:
1 - you must find out if you have a short in the wiring: disconnect the + cable from the battery and put an ampermeter in there to close the circuit; if a current is detected it means that you have a short and it will drain the battery. To locate the short start disconnecting wires and look at the meter - when you will disconnect the wire that goes to the failed wire or part the current will stop flowing; find the faulty part and fix or replace it.
2 - you must find out if the alternator is charging the battery correctly: start the motor, wait for half an hour then measure the voltage on the battery. If it's below 14.1 volts then the alternator is failing and it will have to be replaced.
3 - you must find out if the battery is in good working order: after the second test has finished shut down the engine and disconnect the battery; wait one hour and measure it -if the voltage on it has dropped to below 11.8 volts then the battery has aged and it's no longer holding the charge so replace it.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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