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Re: Won't power on. Looks like power on button is broke.
Power buttons in general do not break.
The problem will be in the power supply board inside.
The fault will most likely be bad capacitors that need to be replaced. Normally easy to spot.. either visibly leaking, or the top of it will be buldging.
They are ploarised "+" & "-" and looking at a capacitor the negative leg has a dark band that runs down that side. On the circuit board there will be a circle printed there with a shaded section to match the dark band on the capacitor.
Ensure you use the correct value capacitor and the right way around if you do it yourself. If in any doubt, see a qualified technician. The repair should be cheap.
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Hi, Is your Zeki fully charged? My suggestion is to hold the on/off button for a few secs. to fully power down. Put it on the charge and let it fully charge before trying it again. Then try turn it on again.
It takes some getting used to, to get these to work properly. Practice. First make sure your needle is in correctly and fully. then make sure that when you engage the needle threader the tiny little hook goes through the eye of the needle. If it doesn't it won't work at all.
Then follow the instructions in the book. Make sure the thread is on the proper side of the tiny hook....
Check behind the drip tray for coffee grounds. Make sure that your drip tray is locked in. If its not fully locked it, this could be your problem. If everything is removed but the brew unit, grab the handle without pushing the press button, and pull. If the brew unit comes out, it wasn't locked in. Put the drip tray in. Set the brew unit on the drip tray. Now slide the brew unit towards the machine with a little force and see if that locked it in?
you may have to disable the POWER SAVING MODE by using the monitor's menu settings(see front buttons, on older models they're hidden behind a click-panel in the front of the monitor) it is the same menu you would use for adjusting the monitor's brightness etc.)
If you still face the problem, do hook it up to another PC and boot up. Try using the PC with another monitor as well, just to double-check the video card is ok.
have you checked the clutch mechanism? for me sounds like the clutch
doesn't engage properly or fully rather. Ask your mechanic to check the
clutch system fully and check whether it fully engages, or do this
check for yourself. Bring car onto a flat surface and shift to 1st
while engine being switched off, start it while pressing the clutch
(fully down to the floor board) and then release parking break and
check for following
whether vehicle is moving
RPM decreases a bit
does engine get loaded and start vibrate or rattle a bit