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1. place water and descaler solution into tank 2. remove milk frother from arm 3. place a jug under steam arm 4.hold down the button 2nd from the right next to the menu button for a few seconds. 5.descaling machine open steam knob will appear on the display 6. after descale has finished "fill water tank" will appear. 7. refill tank with clean water no descaler 8.press the button 2nd from the right as in step 4 9. rinsing machine will appear. 10. when finished"close knob"will be displayed 11. refill water tank 12. ventilate will appear on the display 13.press the hot water button and allow to run 14.ventilate will disappear,warming should be displayed. 15. job done !!!
The syncro is about $185.00 and labor is hard to say, if it's been grinding and damaged hard parts tthere will be more money for parts and may mean the transmisson has to come out, and thats more money so it could get as high as $500.00 or more depending on what it needs. It's hard to say without tearing it down and looking at the parts.
There are two steps for the firmware update - two bad Garmin doesn't warn people upfront.
The first update is preparing for the ANT stick - it takes about two minutes. The second step is the core of the firmware(software per Garmin) update which takes about 10 to 15 minutes depending on how busy the Garmin Connect site is.
Since you already got through and got the "unsuccessful" message, I assume you already know how to start the update properly. To finish it - Make sure you do not interrupt the process, just let it run through the 2 steps mentioned above. And be patient - the 2nd step follows the 1st step automatically. Don't touch the bezel and change screen during the update, just leave it alone. It took me a few times to get it done successfully because after the 1st step finished, I started to flipping screens to find out if it get updated to ver 2.50, before I found out there would be step 2 coming automatically. If you see the process bar moving after the 2nd step and see "software loading" you are in for good.