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    2000 GTX Maintenance warning

    Gang,

    Getting a "MAINT" Warning when starting my GTX...Ski runs great, is there any resets or does it need to go in???

    Thanks in Advance!

    Scott


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    You have to bring it in and have them hook it up to BUDS. It's just going to come back at the next service interval. I just leave mine.

    That doesn't mean something is wrong with your ski, it's an automatic reminder.

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    start machine and immediatly push down the "set" button and hold down the "mode" until the "maintance" goes off. If you are not quick enough, shut the machine down and try it again-- 10 second job to turn it off every 25-50 hours.

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    Sorry, I was thinking about my ski, not yours. lol. I think jim is right.

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    Jim is right.

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