Okay. Thanks for that information. I would tend to agree that it is most likely internal to the unit at this point. Most people do not try and repair them as the cost to repair it is about the same as a replacement unit.
Clearly this depends on the part that has failed.
Is it possible to call the mechanic and ask what code it was? While he may be right that the TRS is the issue, the codes do not work that way. They don't say "the TRS is the issue" they give information about what is happening and that leads to testing that needs to be done to find out for sure.
I have seen too many times where people say it is a certain part and after it is replaced and not fixed they keep guessing and waste more money.
If we can get the code then we should be able to know for sure what is needed or at least get all the possible causes. Thanks
Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 AT 6:50 PM