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Check the bulb(s) to make sure they are screwed in securely. If it happens only when the fan is on, there may be a loose wire up in the housing, where the light fixture attaches to the fan. Perhaps, a wire nut is loose. If the light and the fan switches are wall mounted separately, the wall switch for the light may be bad.
P1607 means "powertrain control module (PCM) internal circuit malfunction". According to the factory service manual, a low battery condition can cause this. This code can also pop up after the battery has been jump started.
You need to reset the PCM. To do this, turn the ignition switch off. Remove the No. 13 fuse (7.5Amp) from the passenger's under dash fuse/relay box for at least 10 seconds. Put the fuse back in. That should complete the reset.
Now to check again for the code: turn the ignition switch to on (not start.) Wait 30 seconds. If the check engine light stays OFF, turn the ignition switch off and wait 10 seconds. Turn the ignition switch back to on (not start). Wait 10 seconds. If the check engine light stays OFF, you had an intermittent fault and it has now been reset--everything is fine. If the check engine light comes back on during these checks, have the code that set read out. If the code is P1607 again, then you may have to have the PCM tested at the dealership for an internal fault.
Ok you only have two switches, so you would use one switch for your bathroom light, and the other for both the fan and the light, the light will come on when you turn the fan on.Connect the incoming black (hot) wire to both switches. Then connect the black wire to the switch you want for your light. Connect the other black to the second switch that goes to your fan and light. Connect the three white wires together (neutral) Connect all ground wires together, and leave a pigtail to connect to the ground terminal on the light switch. If you want separate switches for light in the fan and fan, you will need another conductor and a three gang switch.
vent motor should come on, a few seconds later the glow plug or ignitor shoul start glowing or sparking, if vent motor comes on check and make sure pressure switch is clicking, check pressure switch hose at switch and vent motor and make sure ends are not clogged
Just checked the GE website. Had the same problem with my 5 year old microwave. GE website says to close and open the door quickly three times. First time I did this it didn't work. Second time I closed the door with some significant force and reopened it more quickly. Worked. Unplugged the microwave, plugged it back in, still fine.
HI, I haHe a Fujitsu Plasma HDTV Model PDS4233. The TV won't power ON, When i turn on the master power button the light starts flashing a red light repeatedly. I also observed that the Fans power up for about three seconds immediatly after i press the master power button, after the three seconds the fans shut OFF and the light continues to blink.. I haven't observed the light to see if there is a pattern with the blinking..
inside the remote, and inside the transmitter above the fan there are 4 tiny keys that set the frequency. set each frequency different then the remotes will only operate that fan. However if two lights r on and one off, when u turn the switch off they all go off, and when u turn it back on the same ones should come on. Then label the remotes!!!