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    Don't be shy to give the thing a bang ,it often works with machines that have contacts

    In addition to above take out the memory chips too and reinstall them
    They have given me a fault every two months or so on one machine . Simply corrosion for this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan1024188
    well try taking your card out and in.that helped me two times
    Thanks for the advice, but I've already tried that without any succes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tytower
    Don't be shy to give the thing a bang ,it often works with machines that have contacts

    In addition to above take out the memory chips too and reinstall them
    They have given me a fault every two months or so on one machine . Simply corrosion for this one
    I'll try that when I get my machine running again. Thanks.

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