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You can find a manual for the Olympus PSD 20 on the Olympus website. You can download the manual in PDF format by visiting the following link: https://www.olympus.com/site/en/c/support/manuals/
Select the product category "Voice Recorders" and then select your specific model, the Olympus PSD 20.
You will be able to find the manual, along with other information and resources, such as software and firmware updates.
Alternatively, you can also try searching for the manual on online retailers such as Amazon or eBay.
If you are unable to find the manual for the Olympus PSD 20, you can contact Olympus customer support for assistance. They will be able to provide you with the manual or point you in the right direction to find it.

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Refer to Power Sliding Door Customer Concerns for diagnosis. Verify that all of the mechanical components of the PSD are aligned and operating correctly before you begin diagnosis of the electrical system. The electrical components cannot operate correctly if the mechanical components are not operating correctly.
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The PSD control module may interpret the gradually increasing resistance as a corrosive or dirty track. The PSD control module compensates for the gradual resistance on the sliding door by applying more power to the cable motor when closing the sliding door. In order to reverse the PSD at this stage of the sliding door travel, an abrupt and firm force is required.
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The PSD control module is more sensitive to obstructions near the end of the sliding door close operation. The amount of force necessary in order to reverse the sliding door travel is less than when the sliding door started to close.
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The power sliding door (PSD) provides built-in diagnostics. This assists the service technicians during troubleshooting.
The PSD has the following diagnostic capabilities:
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Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)


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Input/output tests



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