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Re: Power Source Problem
# Electric leaf blowers are lighter, quieter and vibrate less than gas units. An electric motor drives the fan, so there's no need to mix fuel or refill. Smaller yards are especially good candidates for electric blowers. There are two types:
* Corded leaf blowers provide constant power as long as you have access to an electrical outlet. The attached cord limits mobility so this may not be the best choice for a lawn with lots of trees. Look for a cord retention system to prevent the cord from being accidentally unplugged during use.
* Rechargeable/battery-operated leaf blowers are good alternatives for smaller areas or jobs. They work well on solid surfaces like driveways and garages. They're limited by their run time and the fact that they move less air than larger models.
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1- Turn off power and unplug from power source. 2- Open right side of printer (looking at the front). 3- Disconnect,by pulling gently, both white flat ribbon cables off the main circuit board. 4- Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you get a error message and push "Ok". 5- Unplug power source. 6- Reconnect the flat ribbon cables by aligning and carefully pushing into the conectors on the main circuit board. 7- Plug in power source and turn printer on (Printer preparing occurred).
• The main PCB does not detect the zero-crossing signal (Z CROSS SIG) for the time specified below.
Poor contact in the connector terminals. - Check the connection of connectors YC1-3 on the main PCB and YC2-6 on the power source PCB, and the continuity across the connector terminals. Repair or replace if necessary.
Defective power source PCB. - Check if the zero-crossing signal is output from YC2-6 on the power source PCB. If not, replace the power source PCB.
Defective main PCB. - Replace the main PCB if C6400 is detected while YC2-6 on the power source PCB outputs the zero-crossing signal.
Its not the battery, its AC power source providing your problem.
Check if AC connector goes in as far as it should on your laptop, check so you dont have a weak link on the cables on the AC. My guess is that the power sorce or the cables on is defect someway.
a capacitor is typically inline with your power source and stores a large amount of power to supply bursts of power when heavy draws occur. it sits between the source and the motor so you should have the (source - capcitor - motor) hot wires all conecting at the same place. The other wire on the capacitor should be the ground (if they have +/- markings use the negative as the ground).