I HAVE A VR-4090 THAT MY LITTLE BROTHER JUST GAVE ME. HE THOUGHT IT WORKED, BUT WHEN I PUSH THE POWER BUTTON, IT JUST CLICKS LIKE IT IS TRYING TO TURN ON, BUT THE LIGHT DOESNT BLINK AND EITHER DOES THE SCREEN ON THE UNIT. I ASSUME IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE POWER, AND AM SEMI KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT SOFTWARE ELECTRONICS, BUT THIS HARDWARE ISSUE HAS ME STUMPED. THANKS FOR THE HELP.
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Hi there You can try to reset the cartages this may do it Please call back let us know if it worked for you, PLEASE.
Power off printer Hold down STOP/RESET button then Press and Hold down Power button Keep Power button down and Release STOP/RESET button Release power button Push STOP/RESET button twice Wait 20-30 seconds - our LED showed Idle Push STOP/RESET button four times Push Power button twice Power off Next time the printer is started the waste count will have been reset.
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I just got a VR 2000 Enduro
but it wont start. It wont even turn when I click the starter button... no sound at all. I jumped it and rode it fine but it wont start on its own. I thought it might be the battery so I got a new one... still nothing. Any idea what the problem could be?
Someone told me water gets into the front plug on this model when it rains... would this prevent it from even making a sound when I push the button?
Please let me know what you think.
Could be the starting switch is corroded or broken. Could be the starter solenoid. Or it could be the starter itself. Maybe a blown fuse.
You really need a manual. It'll pay for itself real fast.
I used to have that very reciever, and If I recall correctly, the remote that comes with it (the little blue and black one) can't control other components. Only the bigger remote (that came with the VR-4070 and VR-4090) can be programmed. I will do a little more research later to find out for sure, though (I actually still have my remote for that thing!!).