This signifies that Vector senses a connection issue with an internal sensor.
Perform a factory reset
Hold the power button while plugging your system in. (Make sure to hold it for at least 10 seconds.)
The LED Info Bar will display the “Normal Boot” pattern. This signifies your system was successfully reset. (Some models may also emit a “Beep.”)
Ensure all internal cables are correctly connected.
**Only perform this step if you are an authorized service technician.
Turn Vector off before proceeding with this step.
Separate Vector’s tank from the main body. Release the (2) clasps on each side of Vector. Then, slowly pull the tank approximately 4 inches forward.
There are (6) cables in total (3 on the left and 3 on the right.) Make sure they are all tightly connected.
Tuck the cables away and slide Vector’s tank back into the main body. Secure the (2) clasps on the system’s exterior, and then power your system on.
Plug Vector back in, and power on the system. The diagnostic code will clear automatically if the cables are correctly connected.
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