Won't stay up unless you hold button down and won't go down unless unplug!!
My hood is a couple of years old and just started not staying up unless you hold one of the 4 speed's button's down. It will only stop and operate on speed 1 but at least it works. To put is down you must unplug it and ten plug it back in, then it goes down. If you leave it pluged in it will go up and down all by itself every so often.
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You are going to make me guess!
I am guessing you have to hold the start button down.
Try a new start button first.
If that does not fix it, replace the timer/control unit.
God bless your efforts.
Unplug from wall for 30 minutes, then plug it in again. Power it on, and then PRESS CH UP & REC/QTR BUTTONS TOGETHER on your machine ~ (haven't tried it via the remote) Should then come up as "Pin OK" on the blue screen
I don't think it will give problems after that. Should stay unless you unplug for 30 minutes, the buttons won't reset the video.
Hold the power button in for a few seconds it will shut down. Then unplug system and push the power button down with it unplugged then replug it in and power up again. Then do a proper shut down again to see if the problem fixed. I hope this assisted you. John
This is probably your cam sensor on the front passenger side of the engine on the front of the crank shaft get the part from the nearest dealer cost is under $40.00. It takes about 10 minutes. The timing pointer is part of the hold down for the sensor. Unplug the old sensor and undue the hold down bolt, twist back and forth as you pull it out.
Reverse procedure to install new sensor.