Saturday, 21 April 2018

Spirit Elliptical - Spirit XE100 - XE200 - XE300 - XE400 - XE500 – Test procedures


Spirit Elliptical - Spirit XE100 - XE200 - XE300 - XE400 - XE500 – Test procedures – Adapter testing - Troubleshooting – How to adjust the break – How to enter to engineering mode
Engineering Mode

1. Press and hold the START, ENTER, and STOP buttons until display beeps.
2. “ENGINEERING MODE” will scroll across the screen, press ENTER.
3. Press the UP and/or DOWN buttons to scroll through the following sub menus:
Key Test
Display Test
Functions
Security
Factory Set
Exit
4. Press ENTER to access the desired program.
5. Press STOP to exit Engineering Mode.
Key Test
Press ENTER. Press all buttons on console.
Display Test
Press ENTER. Console will test each segment or LED. Look to see if there are any burned out or not working.
Functions
Sleep Mode On/Off --------------------- Press ENTER to turn on or off.
Pause Mode On/Off -------------------- Press ENTER to turn on or off.
Odometer Reset ------------------------- Press ENTER to reset.
Units English/Metric -------------------- Press ENTER to change.
Beep Sound On/Off --------------------- Press ENTER to turn on or off.
Motor Test-------------------------------- Press ENTER to begin the test.
Safety On/Off (XE300 calls it “Inc Max”)--- Press ENTER to turn on or off.
Exit --------------------------------------- Press ENTER to exit the functions menu.
Security
Child Lock On/Off ------- Press ENTER to turn on or off.
Factory Set
Press ENTER to go back to original factory settings. This will reset saved user programs.
Exit
Press ENTER to exit Engineering Mode.
Test adapter for voltage
1. Plug adapter into a working outlet.
2. Turn on meter to test for DC voltage.
3. Put one lead into the end of the plug and the other lead to the metal on the outside.
4 The adapter will be labeled 9VDC or 12VDC. When testing, the reading should be a few volts higher than the label says. If there is less voltage than what the label says, you need to replace the adapter.
Test harness for power supply voltage
1. After you have tested the adapter for voltage, plug in the machine and take the console off of the unit.
2. Turn on the meter to test for DC voltage.
3. Put one lead on the 1st wire and the other lead on the 3rd wire.
4 You should have basically the same voltage here as you had when you tested the adapter. If the reading is vastly different, the harness needs to be replaced.
Test gear motor
1. If unit is an XE550, go to motor test in engineering mode.
2. Take off right shroud so you can access the gear motor.
3. Turn meter on setting to check for DC voltage.
4. Check for voltage between the yellow and the red wires. (Should be around 4.5v for 350/550)
5. Check for voltage between the yellow and orange. Check for voltage between the red and orange. These two voltages should added together should total the voltage that you had between the yellow and red.
6. Press the START button and press the UP button. Check for voltage between the black and the brown wires. You should get 4-6 volts. (As you can see, you will need someone to help you with this step.)
Alignment of speed sensor and magnet
1. Using a flat screw driver or a knife, take off the round disc cover on the left side of the unit.
2. Turn the pedal so the bigger opening is at the top of the hole.
3. Sensor should be pointing directly at the large pulley and there should be a magnet in the on the pulley.
Adjusting brake cable
1. Take right and left shrouds off.
2. On the left side of the unit you will find the brake inside of the flywheel.
3. Using an open end wrench, loosen the small lock nut.
4. Using the same wrench, loosen the longer nut. As you loosen the nut you will see this gap get smaller.
5. The smaller the gap is, the easier the resistance will be at level 1. Dont adjust out the gap completely.
6. Tighten down the lock nut.
XE400 and XE500 Incline Calibration
If the console shows an incline error or does not seem to physically be at the incline displayed, the unit needs to be calibrated. Press and hold the START and level UP keys for 5 seconds. The message window will show “Calibration”; press ENTER. The calibration process is automatic and the system will restart when finished.
Troubleshooting
Thumping noise
1. Clean and lube wheels and rails.
2. If there is still a thump, check for loose bolts.
3. If there is still a thump, order new pedal arm bushing housings with IGOS plastic bushing.
Squeaking noise in the pedal(XE100 &XE200)
1. Order and install a new connecting arms.
Adjustable pedal not staying in the desired position (XE300)
1. Order and install new threaded bushing and crank pin.
Slide wheels jumping off of the track
1. Clean wheels and tracks with rubbing alcohol. All of the sticky and/or dirty lube must be removed from both the wheels and the tracks.
2. If the aluminum track has been damaged, order a new aluminum track.

Sony VPL-CX70 - VPL-CX75 – How to enter to service mode – How to adjust VCOM and White balance – Automatic focus adjustments


How to Enter the Factory Mode
1. Confirm that the MENU can be displayed.
2. Close the MENU.
3. Press the keys in the following order : [ENTER] >  [ENTER] > [LEFT ARROW] > [ENTER].
The message [Do you want to enter the Factory Mode?
Yes : UP No : DOWN] appears.
Select [Yes :UP ].
[Supplementary information: How to Exit the Factory Mode]
Perform the step 3 KEY operation.
The message [Do you want to return to the User Mode?
Yes : UP No : DOWN] appears.
Select [Yes : UP ]
V COM Adjustment
1. Connect the VG to the INPUT-A connector. Connect the FLAT FIELD 100 IRE signal to the input connector. Leave this unit with POWER ON for 10 minutes or longer for aging.
2. Enter the Factory Mode. Enter the Device Adjust MENU, and then enter the Panel Drive Adjustment MENU.
3. Connect the XGA, R-single color, 30 IRE, single-line ON/OFF signal to the input connector.
4. Enter the P. DRV Adjustment MENU, and then enter the VCOM R Adjustment screen.
5. Adjust the VCOM R value for minimum flicker.
6. Change the input signal to the XGA, G-single color, 30 IRE, single-line ON/OFF signal, and connect it to the input connector.
7. Enter the P. DRV Adjustment MENU, and then enter the VCOM G Adjustment screen.
8. Adjust the VCOM G value for minimum flicker.
9. Change the input signal to the XGA, B-single color, 50 IRE, single-line ON/OFF signal, and connect it to the input connector.
10. Enter the P. DRV Adjustment MENU, and then enter the VCOM B Adjustment screen.
11. Adjust the VCOM B value for minimum flicker.
12. Store the adjustment value in the memory.
13. Turn over the “Image flip” up side down and repeat the steps from 2 through 12.
White Balance Adjustment
Preparation before adjustment
1. Input the 100 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector and allow the warm-up of 10 minutes aging at a minimum.
2. Enter the Service Mode.
HIGH Mode of INPUT-A
Input the XGA 10 STEP signal to the INPUT-A connector, and see the chromaticity of each tone.
If the chromaticity of each mode deviates, perform the following adjustment.
Before adjusting each mode, confirm that CONTRAST is 80, BRIGHT is 50, GAIN of R.G.B is 152, and BIAS is 127.
Select Computer for the Input-A signal type.
1. Input the 100 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector.
2. Measure the chromaticity (x, y). Set CONTRAST and BRIGHT to MAX only during this measurement. After the adjustment is completed, set CONTRAST to 80, and BRIGHT to 50.
3. Input the 80 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector.
4. Adjust the chromaticity (x, y) to the one set in step 2 by GAIN R and GAIN B of the HIGH mode of W/B.
5. Input the 30 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector.
6. Adjust the chromaticity (x, y) to the one set in step 2 by GAIN R and GAIN B of the HIGH mode of W/B.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 above until the chromaticity (x ±0.002, y ±0.003) with reference to the chromaticity that is measured at step 2 is obtained.
8. Press the MEMORY key and save the adjustment value.
LOW Mode of INPUT-A
1. The target chromaticity of the adjustment is (0.327, 0.362).
2. Input the 80 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector.
3. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the LOW mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
4. Input the 30 IRE XGA flat field signal to the INPUTA connector.
5. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the LOW mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 above until the chromaticity (x ±0.002, y ±0.003) with reference to the chromaticity that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
7. Press the MEMORY key and save the adjustment value.
HIGH Mode of VIDEO
Set Component for the input A signal type.
1. The target chromaticity of the adjustment is (0.293, 0.295).
2. Input the 80 IRE Component flat field signal to the INPUT-A connector.
3. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the LOW mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
4. Input the 30 IRE Component flat field signal to the INPUT-A connector.
5. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the HIGH mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 above until the chromaticity (x ±0.002, y ±0.003) with reference to the chromaticity that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
7. Press the MEMORY key and save the adjustment value.
LOW Mode of VIDEO
1. The target chromaticity of the adjustment is (0.300, 0.310).
2. Input the 80 IRE Component flat field signal to the INPUT-A connector.
3. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the LOW mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
4. Input the 30 IRE Component flat field signal to the INPUT-A connector.
5. Adjust the GAIN R and GAIN B in the HIGH mode of W/B until the chromaticity (x, y) that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 above until the chromaticity (x ±0.002, y ±0.003) with reference to the chromaticity that is measured at step 1 is obtained.
7. Press the MEMORY key and save the adjustment value.
Automatic Focus (AF) Adjustment
Turn on the cooling fan and the lamp.
Set Tilt to 0, Side shot 0, and Keystone correction MANUAL.
1) Wide end adjustment
Set the zoom position to the wide end, and then set the screen size to 60”. (Bring the unit to the front projection.)
1. On “MENU”, select “INSTALL SETTING”, and set “Test Pattern” to “ON”.
2. Adjust the focus to the optimum position while observing the test pattern at the center of the projected image. (If “Test Pattern” is set to “ON” in step 1, a cross-shaped test pattern appears when the Focus key is pressed.)
3. Press the AF adjustment switch (1) in the following figure and hold it for about two seconds. (When the holding action is recognized, the focus starts functioning automatically.)
Note:
While holding down the key, ensure that no object that may interrupt the projected image exists in front of the AF module (2) , or between the VPL-CX75 and the screen.
2) Tele end adjustment
After completing the above adjustment, set the zoom position to the tele end at the same position.
Then, repeat the adjustment steps 1 through 3 described above.
3) Check
At both the wide end and the tele end, blur the focus by using the Focus key. Then activate AF, and check that the focus is correctly adjusted.

Gateway laptop - Gateway KAV60 – Disassembling procedure – How to replace the cooling fan


Gateway KAV60
Cooling fan replacement procedure 
Unlock the tab located in the top left corner of the netbook. The red tab indicated that the battery has been properly unlocked. Remove the battery. When working with electronics, it is always wise to remove the power source before taking the device apart.
Make sure the RAM, hard drive, and WiFi card have been removed from the computer before trying to take off the cover so they are not damaged in the process.
Remove six (6) 5mm screws, two (2) 17.5mm screws, and three (3) 2.5mm screws from the back, using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, as marked here.
Pry off the keyboard by placing your plastic opening tool in the exact location shown in the photograph. You may need to use something sturdier than the plastic opening tool, like the screwdriver.
Remove the five (5) 5mm screws shown here using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.
Separate the upper cover from the back cover. It is possible to do this without a tool, but you may also use a plastic opening tool for added leverage. Be careful to keep even pressure all the way around the cover so that it is not bent beyond repair.
The WiFi card is shown here. Remove the one (1) 5mm screw holding the card to the motherboard using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.
Disconnect the wires on the WiFi card. This can be done easily by applying pressure to the connections until they pop off of the card.
Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the four (4) 5mm screws holding the motherboard in place. Remove the motherboard by lifting it gently from the bottom cover. This image is the rear view of the motherboard.
Begin with the motherboard of the computer, as shown here. Using the #00 Phillips head screwdriver, remove all four (4) screws marked here.
Gently disconnect the fan cable from the motherboard by pulling on the connection until it slips out. The fan should then be fully disconnected from the motherboard and ready for replacement.

Friday, 20 April 2018

Whirpool Washing machine error codes – Electric Dryer error codes


Whirpool Error codes - Washing  machine error codes – Electric Dryer error codes Whirpool Error codes
ERROR CODES CAUSES AND SOLUTION – 4 DIGIT
F1-E0
CAUSES
EEPROM Communication Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E1
CAUSES
EEPROM Checksum Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E2
CAUSES
UL A/D Error(s)
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E4
CAUSES
Model ID Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E5
CAUSES
Calibration Shifted
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E6
CAUSES
Latch Signal Mismatch Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E9
CAUSES
Stack Overflow
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board .
F1-E3
CAUSES
Wiring Harness Cavity Size Does Not Match Stored Value
SOLUTIONS
Check the jumpers in the harness to make sure they agree with the actual oven size.
F2-E0
CAUSES
Shorted Touch Pad (Keypad)
SOLUTIONS
Check the connection between the touch pad (keypad) and control board  to make sure it is secure. Select the 'cancel' function and wait 60 seconds. If error code reappears then replace the touch pad, or touch pad and control board  if all one assembly.
F2-E1
CAUSES
Touch Pad (Keypad) Cable Unplugged
SOLUTIONS
Check the connection between the touch pad (keypad) and control board  to make sure it is secure. Select the 'cancel' function and wait 60 seconds. If error code reappears then replace the touch pad, or touch pad and control board  if all one assembly.
F2-E5
CAUSES
Cancel Key Line Open
SOLUTIONS
Check the connection between the touch pad (keypad) and control board  to make sure it is secure. Select the 'cancel' function and wait 60 seconds. If error code reappears then replace the touch pad, or touch pad and control board  if all one assembly.
F2-E6
CAUSES
Cancel Key Line Open
SOLUTIONS
Check the connection between the touch pad (keypad) and control board  to make sure it is secure. Select the 'cancel' function and wait 60 seconds. If error code reappears then replace the touch pad, or touch pad and control board  if all one assembly.
All Error codesF3-E 
CAUSES
Oven Temperature Sensor (RTD) or Warming Drawer Defect
SOLUTIONS
Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).
F4-E1
CAUSES
Meat Probe Defect
SOLUTIONS
This error indicates a problem with either the probe, receptacle, or probe circuit. Check the probe for pinched wires and make sure there is no condensation or contamination on receptacle. If ok, replace probe.
All Error F5-E 
CAUSES
Door Switch Defect
SOLUTIONS
This occurs when the door switches do not match. If door is latched, disconnect power from unit and check wires and connections. If damage is found, replace appropriate part. If connections are not damaged, reconnect power and hold down any key until the F5 error clears. Once the F2 code appears, select 'cancel' and observe for one minute for errors. If door is NOT latched, disconnect power from unit and check wires and connections. If damage is found, replace appropriate part. If connections are not damaged, measure door switch (door open = latch open) and latch switch (unlatch = switch open) and replace either if defective. If corrections are made during any step, power should be reconnected and the unit should be tested. Press and hold any key to clear the error code and F2 code should appear. Select 'cancel' and observe for one minute for errors. If error continues, disconnect power and replace control.
F6-E0
CAUSES
Return Line Not Connected
SOLUTIONS
This error should appear within 60 seconds after power up to appliance. Replace control board .
F7-E1
CAUSES
Common Switch Wire Is Defective
SOLUTIONS
This error occurs when common wire to latch switch and door switch is shorted. Check all connections at control board and at the latch switch and door switch. If connections are ok, then check individual switches as outlined for the F5 error code. Note: Double ovens will have two of each switch and one common wire.
ERROR CODE CAUSES AND SOLUTION - 2 DIGIT
F0
CAUSES
Control Board Failure
SOLUTIONS
Replace control board .
F1
CAUSES
Control Board Failure
SOLUTIONS
Replace control board .
F2
CAUSES
Oven Temperature Is Too High
SOLUTIONS
Check for welded contacts on bake and broil relays. If present, replace control board . For SELF CLEAN models, check door lock operation. Check sensor, sensor harness, and the sensor harness connection at sensor and oven control. Also check for any causes of high resistance in the oven temperature sensor circuit. Remember: The oven control board measures resistance of sensor circuit, not actual oven temperature.
F3
CAUSES
Open Oven Temperature Sensor (RTD)
SOLUTIONS
Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).
F4
CAUSES
Shorted Oven Temperature Sensor (RTD)
SOLUTIONS
Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).
F5
CAUSES
Control Board Failure
SOLUTIONS
Replace control board .
F7
CAUSES
Function Key Stuck
SOLUTIONS
Replace control board .
F8
CAUSES
Control Board Failure
SOLUTIONS
Replace control board .
F9
CAUSES
Oven Door Lock Failure
SOLUTIONS
Check door lock switches and wiring. Check for stuck lock switch.
Whirpool Duet Front Loading Automatic Washer Fault Codes
FH
CAUSES
Detects No Water Entering Machine or No Pressure Switch Trip
SOLUTIONS
Select 'cancel' twice to clear this code. If there is NO water in the unit, make sure the valves are turned on all the way. Check for plugged or kinked inlet hoses, as well as plugged screens in the inlet valves. Verify that the inlet valve is operational. If there is water in the unit, verify the drain pump is working and the pressure switch hose is in good condition and properly connected. Make sure there is not a siphon problem and check all hoses for possible leaks. Unplug the unit and disconnect the power to check all wire harness connections to the inlet valve, pressure switch, drain pump, flow meter, and Central Control Unit (CCU). Reconnect the unit and power to verify the pressure switch is operational, as well as the flow meter (blow air through the flow meter and measure resistance). Check CCU is also operational by performing a diagnostic test or any cycle. Replace failed component.
F02
CAUSES
Long Drain (Drain Exceeds 8 Minutes)
SOLUTIONS
Select 'cancel' twice to clear error code. Note: You may see a "SUD" error code appear first during this failure. This should change to the F02 error code after a few minutes. Proceed by checking the drain hoses for proper connection and kinks. Unplug unit and disconnect power. Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure it is operational with no debris or blockage. Reconnect power and plug unit in. If problem has not been corrected, replace the pump.
F05
CAUSES
Water Temperature Sensor Error
SOLUTIONS
Unplug and disconnect power to the unit and check all connections to the water temperature sensor, heating element and element relay. Also check all components for defects. Replace failed component.
F06
CAUSES
Drive Motor Tachometer Error (Unable to Detect Motor Speed)
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit. Check wire harness connections between drive motor and Motor Control Unit (MCU), and between MCU and the Central Control Unit (CCU). Reconnect power and plug unit in. Check the MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor, and check drive motor for powered rotations. Replace failed component. Note: If this failure occurs during high-speed spin, the door will be unlocked after three minutes.
F09
CAUSES
Overflow Condition (Pressure Switch Closed Too Long)
SOLUTIONS
Check to make sure drain hose is not plugged or kinked and unplug the unit and disconnect power. Check wire harness connections to pressure switch, drain pump, and Central Control Unit (CCU). Check for drain pump failure and clean it of any debris. Check the inlet valve and pressure switch for proper shut off and operation. Replace failed component. Note: If this error occurs, the door will remain locked and the drain pump will run constantly even if 'cancel' is selected. Turn off hot and cold water to faucets and unplug the unit before proceeding.
F10
CAUSES
Motor Control Unit (MCU) Heat Kink Thermal Trip (Too Hot)
SOLUTIONS
Check for proper installation and ventilation, and make sure unit is not located near a heat source. Disconnect power and unplug the unit to check wire harness connections to the motor, MCU, and Central Control Unit (CCU). Check the drive system for any worn or failed components and reconnect power and plug unit in. Check MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor and check drive motor for powered rotations. Replace failed component.
F11
CAUSES
Serial Communication Error Between MCU and CCU
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit. Check wire harness connections to the motor, Motor Control Unit (MCU), and Central Control Unit (CCU). Check the drive system for any worm or failed components and reconnect power and plug unit in. Verify CCU is working by performing diagnostic test or any cycle. Check MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor and check drive motor for powered rotations. Also check the motor and wire harness. Replace defective part.
F13
CAUSES
Dispenser Circuit Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit to check mechanical linkage from dispenser motor to top of dispenser. Check wire harness connections to the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the dispenser motor. Check dispenser motor for powered rotations. Replace failed component.
F14
CAUSES
EEPROM Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit. Verify Central Control Unit (CCU) is operating properly by running a diagnostic test or any cycle. Replace is defective. Note: A power glitch may cause this error. Try unplugging unit for two minutes to see if that fixes error.
F15
CAUSES
Motor Control Unit (MCU) Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit to check wire harness connections to the motor, MCU, and Central Control Unit (CCU). Check the drive belt and reconnect power and plug unit in. Check the MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor and check the drive motor for powered rotations. Replace failed component.
FdU
CAUSES
Door Unlock Error
SOLUTIONS
It is possible the door lock mechanism is broken or the door switch/lock unit has failed. Check the door switch/lock for any debris or foreign objects. Disconnect power and unplug unit to check wire harness connections to the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the door switch/lock unit. Note: Unit will attempt to unlock itself during this error six times before displaying this error code. To manually unlock the unit, unplug the power cord from the outlet and remove the toe panel. Reach up along the inside of the front panel and locate the bottom of the door latch assembly, where there should be a tear-drop shaped tab. Gently pull the tab down approximately 1/4 inch or until a 'click' is heard. The door should now be unlocked.
FdL
CAUSES
Door Lock Error
SOLUTIONS
It is possible the door lock mechanism is broken or removed, or the door switch/lock unit has failed. Disconnect power and unplug unit to check door switch/lock unit. Check the wire harness connections to the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the door switch/lock unit. Note: Unit will attempt to lock itself during this error six times before displaying the error code.
SUD
CAUSES
Suds Lock (Too Much Detergent Detected)
SOLUTIONS
Make sure drain hose is not plugged or kinked and disconnect power and unplug unit. Check wire harness connections to pressure switch, drain pump, and Central Control Unit (CCU). Make sure the drain pump is free from debris or foreign objects and then reconnect power and plug unit in. Check drain pump and pressure switch and verify CCU operation by running a diagnostic test or any cycle. Note: This error may signify a bad pump, an extra heavy load, excessive detergent, or excessive suds. If too much detergent was used, run the unit through a Rinse/Spin cycle, and then run a Normal cycle without adding detergent.
Whirpool Duet Front Loading Gas and Electric Dryer Error codes
PF
CAUSES
Power Failure
SOLUTIONS
PF error code indicates a power failure during the dryer's cycle. Press and HOLD start to continue the cycle, or press off/pause to clear display.
E1
CAUSES
Open Thermistor
SOLUTIONS
Replace thermistor.
E2
CAUSES
Shorted Thermistor
SOLUTIONS
Replace thermistor.
Whirpool Calypso Automatic Washer Error codes
PF
CAUSES
Power Failure
SOLUTIONS
PF error code indicates a power failure during the dryer's cycle. Press and HOLD start to continue the cycle, or press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display and cancel cycle.
FL
CAUSES
Flood Condition
SOLUTIONS
FL error code will appear when the unit detects an overfill, or excessive amounts of water in tub. When this error occurs, the pump should be cycled in drain mode for 30 seconds on and 30 seconds off until the switch resets. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
Er
CAUSES
Processor Reset Error
SOLUTIONS
This error will only occur if the unit fails to save cycle information during a power outage. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
LF
CAUSES
Long Fill
SOLUTIONS
If the water fill time exceeds ten minutes, the water valves will be shut off and this error code will display. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
CE
CAUSES
Communication Error
SOLUTIONS
Disconnect power and unplug unit. Check for conformal coating on serial communication pins between the machine controller and the motor controller. Make sure the harness does not have a faulty connection by checking the resistance values between serial communication pins with the connectors in place.
Ld
CAUSES
Long Drain
SOLUTIONS
This error code will appear if unit takes longer than 5 minutes to pump out water to the point where the pressure switch resets. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
CA / CI
CAUSES
Average Current Limit / Instantaneous Current Limit
SOLUTIONS
This error code may signify a problem with the drive motor, thermal protector, or motor controller. Overloading the unit may also cause this problem.
ob
CAUSES
Off Balance
SOLUTIONS
The lid switch must be opened at least once before reseting the cycle. Opening the lid will allow you to redistribute the load to avoid a further off balance error. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
Sr
CAUSES
Stuck Relay
SOLUTIONS
The machine control board may have a bad relay and may need to be replaced. Check pins 1 and 5 of P16 of the machine controller and pins 1 and 2 of P1 of the motor controller. This should have AC line voltage when the motor controller is powered. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
LS
CAUSES
Lid Switch Error
SOLUTIONS
This error will occur if unit cannot detect the lid switch opening or closing. It is also possible this error code will appear is there is a disagreement between the motor and machine controllers. Open the lid or press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear display.
Flashing Display Time
CAUSES
Open Lid
SOLUTIONS
This will only occur if the lid is opened during a running cycle. Close the lid and press 'Start' to continue.
SL
CAUSES
Suds Lock
SOLUTIONS
This error will occur if the unit detects suds but is unable to clean them out. The unit will attempt the clean out the suds three times before displaying this error. It can also indicate a bad pump, an extra heavy load, excessive detergent, or excessive suds. Press 'Stop/Cancel' to clear the display.

BlackBerry Bold 9700 – Disassembling procedure – How to remove the case


BlackBerry Bold 9700 – Disassembling procedure – How to remove the case – How to remove the mother board 
BlackBerry Bold 9700
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE 
Remove the battery by prying the bottom of the battery upward. Once the battery is angled up, pull it away from the top of the device. Be sure to remove all power sources before working on electronic devices to avoid harming yourself or the device.
Slide the SIM card from underneath the holding bracket upward toward the battery connector pins. You must remove the SIM card before you can fully disassemble the device. Failure to do so may cause damage to components later on in this process.
Pry off the logo panel with the plastic opening tool. You will hear a snapping sound as the plastic tabs pop out.
Use your T5 Torx screwdriver to remove the two black 5.57mm Torx head screws underneath the keyboard.
Use the plastic opening tool to remove the frame of your device. You will hear a snapping sound as the tabs pop out. Once the case is loosened from the device, slide the case away from the top of the phone.
Gently lift the bottom of the keyboard upward. Pull the keyboard away from the bottom of the LCD display and lift upward.
Remove the two Torx head 4.13mm steel screws with your T5 Torx screwdriver.
Gently pry up the ribbon connector at the top of the phone with a plastic opening tool. Ribbon connectors are fragile. Too much force in the wrong place will damage the ribbon and may force you to replace an entire assembly.
Remove the top two Torx head 4.13mm steel screws with your T5 Torx screwdriver. You should now have two 5.57mm black torx head screws and four 4.13mm steel Torx head screws off to the side. Do not lose them. Lift the clear plastic cover directly upward.
Grip the motherboard by the screen Lift the board away from the base of the housing and vertically up.
Flip the motherboard over so that the LCD display is flush with the surface of your work space. Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry up the ribbon connector located on the left hand side of the motherboard. Be gentle. Ribbon connectors are very fragile.
Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry back the two golden metal brackets at the top of the display.
Use a plastic opening tool to pry the LCD display off the board. The screen is held onto the board by two strong adhesive pads. You will need to pry vigorously. Do not be afraid of breaking the board. The screen will come off well before the board snaps. Removing the trackpad prior to this repair is optional.
Insert the bottom prongs of the new LCD display into the golden slots above the trackpad resting panel. Firmly press the new display into place.
Use a plastic opening tool to bend the golden brackets back into place Press the ribbon connector into place.