Question about The Kitchen Appliances - Others
It is loud enough to wake the house and it's with every touch of the button. It grates on my nerves to the point that I don't use this air fryer - and I love the results I get from it. I'm ready to give it away though this beep bugs me THAT much!
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there was an update many years ago from microsoft regarding the shutdown problems in win98, that you may have missed, but you will also need to check in the bios (press f2 or Del on boot up) and in advanced cmos settings, look for ACPI and enable it, it's normally the top line, but that differs with each bios, save settings and exit. __you also need to check power options, so click Start menu, select the Settings option, and click Control Panel. When the Control Panel window opens, double-click the Power Management icon. This brings up the Power Management Properties window, and always on is the normal value.
Posted on Jun 13, 2007
SOURCE: Loud banging during kneading
Usually with products like this, one gear will be a plastic instead of metal which under too much stress will shear. Basically to narrow down the problem, you will need to open up the machine and find the part that is worn down considerably and then we can get you to the manufacturer or another retailer that can get you the replacement part
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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Posted on May 09, 2009
You can disconnect the beeper so its not so annoying. turn oven off at breaker first. pull out oven a little so you can get at the top 2 screws on each side. The speaker is between the boards on the display module.
look for a red wire connected to a gold disc like speaker. remove this wire and you won't hear the beeping anymore.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Have you checked the breaker to the unit? if not make sure you are getting power from the breaker to the dishwasher, if you are then check the wiring where it goes into the dishwasher to make sure you have 110 volts to the unit. if this does not fix it, i think it will leave me a msg and i will tell you more things to check, im not sure but there also may be a reset button on this unit
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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