A red coloured stop button can be used to either stop the machine normally, or to do an emergency stop in a hurry. It is larger and prominent to make it quicker and easier to smack the button with an open hand. The smaller green coloured start button is either level or recessed, meaning a finger has to be used to start the machine.The emergency stop button will twist when pushed and stay down, breaking the circuit. It has to be turned to release the button back for normal use and to use the start button again.
Press mode button three times The seconds will flash, press start/stop button to reset it Press lap/reset button The minutes will flash, press start/stop button to advance it Press lap/reset button The hour will flash, press start/stop button to advance it Press lap/reset button The date will flash, press start/stop button to advance it Press lap/reset button The month will flash, press start/stop button to advance it Press lap/reset button The day of the week will flash, press start/stop button to advance it
How do you start and stop a motor only using one push button?
Under normal conditions, the stop button should not be interrupting the circuit, so the circuit must be closed. When the stop button is used, it should open the circuit. it is a N.C. switch because this follows its' purpose.
When the contacts are Normally Closed (NC) the stop button is "in series" with the supply voltage. By activating the STOP function the contacts open interrupting the flow of current.
Press the stop/start button at the 2 position, then press reset at the 4 position. This will zero the stop watch function. Wait until 12 am then press start. The digital read out windows will start reading very rapidly for the first half hour or so. Then the digital readout continuously be reading normally 24 hr military time. What you are doing is using the chronograph stop watch function to digitally read the same as your analog dial readout. This is good if you are in a dark situation as the luminous hands on the analog dial is pretty crummy on Mossimos, at least mine, but the sub dials are easily illuminated by pushing the lite button at the 10 position. This probably will shorten the life of the batteries, but for me working at night on my job, it is worth it.
You add an auxilliary normally open contact to the contactor. This contact will be closed any time the contactor is energized. Wire the contact in parallel with your start button. It works like this: When you push the start button, the contactor energizes, starting the motor (or whatever you are controlling). At the same time, it closes the aux. contact. You can now let go of the button, because the aux contact is holding the circuit energized for you. Of course, now the load will run forever, so you have to add another button to break the circuit, allowing the contactor to de-energize. The start button is normally open, closing when you push it. The stop button is normally closed, opening when you push it. Most starter contactors have auxilliary contact kits that you can buy just for this purpose.
press the brakes and then press the start/stop button
While holding the trip meter reset button in, turn the key to the on position. You don't have to crank the engine. You will see a line go across the trip meter display, this will reset your maintenance required light. Actually, you need to place the trip meter in the "Trip A" position and then either turn the key or push the "Start/Stop" button to the accessory position (without starting the engine) and you will see five rectangles appear and then disappear one-by-one to reset the oil change mileage sensor. In older Toyota models, the trip meter had to be placed in the "odometer" position before turning the key or "start/stop" button to the accessory position. Now, the trip meter has to be in the "Trip A" position.
The stop button is connected in series so will effectively override the start button.
with the key in and the car off,press and hold the mileage button for 5 seconds,while still holding the button turn the key to the on position but do not start,hold the button for 10 more seconds,the light should stop blinking,turn the key back off, then start the car and it should be turned off.
This is an easy task but it can seem confusing since you do not have a key to turn, like on other models. As you know, when you start your RAV4 with a smart key, you have to step on the brake pedal when you press the start/stop button before it will crank. To reset or clear the maintenance light, you will NOT put your foot on the brake pedal when you press the start/stop button. So, with foot OFF the brake pedal, press the start/stop button, you may have to press it twice to get the dash lights to come on, then set the trip button for the odometer to TRIP A mode. (NOTE: you do not have to hold the start/stop button, just press and release it.) Now press the start/stop button again to turn off the dash lights after you have placed the odometer to TRIP A mode. Next you will press the trip button and HOLD IT IN and then press the start/stop button to turn the dash lights back on. You will see the odometer display flashing dashes, just keep holding the trip button until you see 00000 and then it goes back to normal readings and the maintenance light is off. That's it. Hope this helps.
Starting the Engine 1 Apply the handbrake and insert the immobilser key into the lock situated on the side of the centre pod. 2 Depress the clutch pedal. Put the gear lever into neutral. 3 Press and release the start / stop button. The ignition lights will illuminate and the button will light green. If the immobilizer is on (if it is more than 10 seconds since you unlocked the car) press the black key fob button once. 4 Press and hold the start / stop button for approx 2 seconds until the engine starts then release the button. The engine will start (minimal use of the throttle pedal may be needed during the engine start sequence.) 6 To stop the car press and release the start / stop button.
Depress clutch and press starter button to start engine, to stop engine just press start button.
The reason you have to use two switches (a combination of start and stop push button) on PLC is because it is how the program is written.
To set the time, depress the MODE button until the TIME option appears. Then press the SET button, followed by MODE again. Then, press the START/STOP button to set the correct hour. Press MODE again and use START/STOP again to set the minutes.
For Maintenance Required warning light on 2008+ Highlander Hybrid: Start from car in OFF mode. Keep foot off brake pedal, press START/STOP botton twice, reset odometer A & B. While in odometer A, press & hold odometer reset button and simultaneously press START/STOP button to turn off. Press & hold odometer reset button and simultaneously press START/STOP button twice. Wait for the indicator bar to complete reset cycle and then release odometer reset button.
Press the ENGINE START/STOP button once without depressing the brake pedal
The function of a stop switch is to cut the ignition so the engine can stop. If the switch is in the off position and the engine isn't running, then to start the bike you'll have to put it to the on position.
If you press the winter button it will start to snow. The winter button is for start off's In winter in 4wd push the winter button. From a start if the wheels are slipping the winter light will flash and power will be reduced....Traction control..... until the wheels stop spinning The winter button is actually a 2nd Gear Start button..meaning, like the previous answer, you have reduced power, therefore your "traction control"
u press the start/stop button.
Wherever you want it to be. There is no start/stop button on the Sun.
This button is for winter mode. The transmission will start in 3rd gear thus reducing wheel spin when starting from a stop in slippery conditions.
Press the start/stop engine button on the dash to display the odometer and then press the odometer button UNTIL TRIP A IS DISPLAYED, and WITHOUT pressing the brake pedal, PRESS THE start/stop button THREE  TIMES while continuiously holding the odometer button until display on the screen says COMPLETE. YOU'RE DONE!
Most flying vehicles use the same script. Usually, the button to start flying is Y. The button to stop flying is usually X.