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Try checking, and re-seating, the connections to the console, if the console is 'not working' in the sense of 'dead/no lights/no responses'. (And if that's the console's condition, look for a battery hatch, and replace what battery/batteries you find under it, also checking the terminals for corrosion and cleaning them if the batteries leaked on them.)
If the console is not working in some other sense, let me know in what exact way it is not working, so that I may continue diagnosing it and advising you. Thanks.
(I apologize: something is wrong with the system perhaps. Your question is marked as have a response from you, but I cannot see it. Could you post it again, if you made a recent response? I will be trying further measures to view it. Thanks.)
(I had to try hard to see your response - something was wrong with the system and it was not visible at once.)
The console is, if non-responsive to all control presses, in a bad state. It might doubtfully have bad voltage supplied to it, and measuring its power supply's voltage would be a good idea.
But usually, this means a problem with the console, and the console needing to be replaced.
What model # ***** console do you have, please?
Thanks. I'll search for a source for that now...
does not come up in searches. I suspect it is a serial number. Serial numbers are generally of no use in searching.
Model number, for the whole Ironman, maybe? would be better than nothing.