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From what you are stating I am going to make a few assumptions. That the new switch has been connected properly and that the lamp you are supplying works OK in a different outlet. The only thing left to do is to make sure that you have voltage on the switch. Once this has been ascertained, if no voltage, then you have a broken connection or wire on one of your other switches or outlets as the power is simply 'jumped' (in parallel) around the house from switch to switch or outlet to outlet. If the switch has power, make sure that it is indeed going through the switch when activated. If it is, then the break is between the switch and the outlet. A cheap non contact 'voltage stick', which is a tester which has audible and visual indication when it comes near voltage is a good tool to have if not adept with electrics. Please be careful. Cheers Bob
yes you are right..there are switches that should be detected that the unit is in its proper level ans hould stop and turn the fan on.
you may inspect the railing or where the moving part is moving to find limit switches or sliding switches or sensors..it could have been defective with oil or grease and not making contact to transfer the signal to the controller.
The few I have serviced have all been micro switch related even the factory cannot help us in the field most models have two screens with a switch behind both brlow are either 2 or 3 micro switches my technical guess one is bad or out of adjustment
Each outlet receives power from previous outlet box or switch box in a long chain of parallel wiring back to ceiling box, or junction box, and then back to circuit breaker. Use process-of-elimination to find problem. Locate all boxes on same circuit breaker. Locate box before the two dead boxes... it can be in ceiling light, or switch box, or outlet box. Then test those wires. Look for loose quick connect where wires are pushed into hole on back of device, or loose white wires twisted together and shoved to back of box. http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-switches.html Gene
If it worked before, it should be a wire to wire replacement. You are replacing a regular switch/outlet with another switch/outlet which just happens to be a GFI outlet.
Wire the old switch wires to the new switch and the old outlet wires to the new outlet.
Cut the breaker/s off first !!
Check that the power socket switch is on
Make sure your scanner's power cord is securely connected to the scanner and a working electrical outlet.
If your scanner is supplied with a power adapter, make sure
your scanner's AC adapter is securely connected to the scanner and a
working electrical outlet.
Make sure that the power outlet works. (If necessary, test it by plugging in another electrical device and turning it on.)
Check that the power switch is on at the mains socket. If this
is on, carefully check the power cable to ensure it is not damaged and
remove then reseat it before attempting to turn the scanner on again. If
your scanner has a power button, make sure that the button is depressed
so it is turned on. Also, make sure that your outlet works and is not
controlled by a wall switch or timer.
Power off the scanner at the mains socket. Unplug the power
cable from the socket, then remove and reseat the power cable from the
scanner's power cable port. Plug the scanner back in at the mains and
ensure the socket is switched on.
If your scanner has a power button, does the power button depress when pressed?
Press down firmly on the power button, if it is stiff and does not depress then there may be a problem with the button.
Connect the scanner directly to the mains - not via a surge protector or extension lead.
If your unit is connected via a surge protector or a power strip/extension lead, connect the unit directly to the mains socket.
Try another suitable power cable.
Check that other electronic devices connected to same power socket
have power and try another mains socket and another power cable if
necessary. Failing this try another suitable and known-working power
cable. Depending on your scanner, a standard "kettle lead" or "figure of
eight" power cable is used. If there is power to the scanner (indicated
by an illuminated Start light), when a different power cable is used, then the fault is with the original power cable.
If the unit does not power on after following the checks above,
contact Epson for support. If your scanner uses an AC adapter, then this
may need to be replaced. If your scanner is over 12 months old, you can
purchase a replacement AC adapter directly from Epson.
We have a stove with no downdraft, and a microwave with a hood above it. It works just fine. I expect you could keep your downdraft and put a microwave without a hood above it, and that would also work. I don't think, however, you can buy an above the range mocrowave oven, that slides in on brackets, which will not have a hood.
HICHECK THESE.... Step 1: Make sure the washer is receiving power. Check the cord, the plug, and the outlet. If a wall switch controls the outlet, make sure the switch is working. Look for blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers at the main entrance panel. If the unit is receiving power and still won't run, press the reset button on the control panel (if the washer has one). Step 1: Make sure the washer is receiving power. Check the cord, the plug, and the outlet. If a wall switch controls the outlet, make sure the switch is working. Look for blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers at the main entrance panel. If the unit is receiving power and still won't run, press the reset button on the control panel (if the washer has one). Step 3: Make sure that both water faucets are turned on and that the drain and soap-saver return hoses are properly extended, without kinks. If the washer has a water-saver button, make sure the button is depressed; water may not circulate through the filter nozzle if the basket is not full and the button is not depressed. Step 4: To make sure the water is the proper temperature, check the temperature selector switches on the control panel to make sure they're properly set. Also check the water heater temperature control. It should be set no lower than 120 degrees F.