Euroace sensitivity indicator problem

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Jonleda
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Euroace sensitivity indicator problem

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Hi All,

So as the title says for some reason my EUROACE is not showing the sensitivity markers on the info marker on the dash. No idea why is this normal? Any quick fix or can I reset everything and hope it returns? (No battery indicator either) it’s out of warranty but hardly used.

Can the dash be reset at all?

Many thanks,

John



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It’s a common problem I’m afraid - a known fault. Send it back to Reggons (if under guarantee) for fixing👍🏼
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Despite the machine being 'out of warranty' and dependant upon how long since the warranty expired, you may still have a legitimate claim to a repair, if it is considered reasonable to expect that the fault could not have been expected to occur in the period (since the expiry of the warranty period). From memory, this comes under the terms of the Sale of Good Act of 1979 -

Note - My wording above, may not be totally accurate.

Such a repair/replacement, if granted, would normally be made as a 'gesture of good will'.
Regtons will be able to advise you further on the matter ::g Regards ss47
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sweepstick47 wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:13 pm
Despite the machine being 'out of warranty' and dependant upon how long since the warranty expired, you may still have a legitimate claim to a repair, if it is considered reasonable to expect that the fault could not have been expected to occur in the period (since the expiry of the warranty period). From memory, this comes under the terms of the Sale of Good Act of 1979 -

Note - My wording above, may not be totally accurate.

Such a repair/replacement, if granted, would normally be made as a 'gesture of good will'.
Regtons will be able to advise you further on the matter ::g Regards ss47
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