Signal from microswitch which checks door status absent at program start.

Spanish translation: no activado/iluminado etc

10:28 Jan 24, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Signal from microswitch which checks door status absent at program start.
Se trata de un manual técnico de una lavadora. ¿Cómo podría traducir absent?
Susana Melguizo
Greece
Local time: 19:35
Spanish translation:no activado/iluminado etc
Explanation:
The absent refers to the fact that the signal has not been given. This kind of signal is usually a light or a noise.

Signal from microswitch which checks door status absent at program start.

El señal del micro-interruptor que compruebe el estado de la puerta, está sin iluminar/está sin activar/ no está activado/no se activa al comienzo del programa
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Lia Fail (X)
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Local time: 18:35
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nano activado/iluminado etc
Lia Fail (X)
naInexistente
pma


  

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13 mins
Inexistente


Explanation:
Señal del microinterruptor que comprueba el estado de la puerta, inexistente al inicio del programa.

Por supuesto podrías buscar otro giro a la frase, según el contexto, como "No se detecta señal del microinterruptor...", etc.
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pma
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3 hrs
no activado/iluminado etc


Explanation:
The absent refers to the fact that the signal has not been given. This kind of signal is usually a light or a noise.

Signal from microswitch which checks door status absent at program start.

El señal del micro-interruptor que compruebe el estado de la puerta, está sin iluminar/está sin activar/ no está activado/no se activa al comienzo del programa

Lia Fail (X)
Spain
Local time: 18:35
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