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My tv keep flashing 17 flashers it won't turn on or anything I've changed the fuse but still nothing happens

Hello Linda Grubb,

I'm sorry to say... your set is not from the USA:

I could make out the 230 -240 volts & 50 Hertz...
I could not make out your MODEL number from
your picture ... JD...something
(clever idea... just not clear enough for me to work with)...

These sets do vary greatly from the POWER BOARD...
but then they become remarkably similar...
Search your local internet for "SPARES"..

There is an excellent secondary market in these
replacement parts... Even eBay.

The blinking lights vary from one manufacturer to
another... but they all mean there is ENOUGH sanity
for the set to power up... but the sequence has failed.

I am here (usa)... and JMB means nothing to me.

My best suggestion is to WRITE the make and model

Also... if you have been INSIDE... be aware
that a single static spark (you might not even feel)
can further damage semiconductors inside
your set.

Please consider begging, borrowing or buying
and anti-static WRIST STRAP...

and take lots of good & clear pictures
before you MOVE A SINGLE WIRE...

Put EVERYTHING exactly back where you found it...
you will be proud...

Carnac the Magnificent

Mar 23, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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It means you have a vacuum leak in the system and it is either at the gas cap or at the fuel tank seal. Normally it is just a bad seal at the gas cap. Just be sure the cap clicks a few times when you put it on the pipe. Good Luck

Jul 08, 2014 | Chevrolet Monte Carlo Cars & Trucks

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Can i flat tow a two wheel drive 2008 Lincoln Naigator behind an RV?

this question can oficially be answered in either the owners' manual or by the dealer but I will state this..depending on how far you plan to is usually better on newr vehicles to put them on either a dolly that supports the drive wheels or a trailer behind the drive wheels I dont mean the steering end.. I mean the wheels that get power from the engine.. this is due to the spinning of the driveline without the engine powering the transmission fluid inside.. sometimes this will tear up or wear out the final drive clutches and cause malfunctioning of the transmission..just to save your sanity..plan on using a tandem flatbed .. if you dont have one..u-haul rents them..the costs will offset a major transmission repair..learn how to load and tie the truck down for safe transporting..good luck and safe travels..

Dec 15, 2013 | Lincoln Navigator Cars & Trucks

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I get a rumble feeling when i hit the brakes

Probably warped rotors due to heat or poor quality rotors. Resurface or replace rotors and pads ASAP. Brakes properly done will save your life, not to mention keep your sanity

Aug 31, 2012 | 2005 Dodge SRT-4

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2003 ford explorer gas cap light stays on. Got new cap already

This means you have a small hole in the closed system. You need to go to a shop that has a "smoke" machine and that is how they find the hole.

The gas cap alert means the vehicle thinks the cap is missing because it is drawing air from a leaking hose. This does not mean you are leaking fuel, it means the vapors are escaping from the fuel system.

Apr 01, 2010 | 2003 Ford Explorer

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My 1995 lincoln does not upshift to 3rd ,4th or overdrive.

With the engine running check the transmission fluid level, color and feel it for grit. If the color is other than translucent pink, low level or grit in the fluid may mean many several things. The dark colors, brown or black will mean a transmission overhaul is in order AAMCO is as good as any other place to have this done. If the level is low and the color is fine, simply add more fluid, with the engine running. Making sure to not overfill it check the dipstick several times to ensure the level is good. If there is grit in the fluid you have one or both of these problems: The gears are stripped and ground down, expensive to rebuild or replace the transmission. It's also possible the fluid just needs to be replaced. AAMCO can do this or you can have Jiffy-Lube do it (it's like a transfusion). The transmission is a tricky piece of equipment and has many parts that require tolerances to be exact. If you're not sure how to do the in depth work on it, take it to a professional. It will save you money and your sanity in the long run. Good luck

Oct 15, 2009 | 1995 Lincoln Town Car

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Timing belt guides

The principle is you have to align TDC ( Top Dead Center) the camshaft, the crankshaft and piston # 1 position at top when both intake valves and exhaust valve are close.
If you follow these following steps, it is a piece of cake.

1- Take off the valve cover to expose the camshaft.
2- Take off all spark plugs2.gif, so you can be able to turn the camshaft without any resistance.
3- Turn the cam shaft until the mark on the camshaft pulley aligned with the 0 calibration mark.
4- Put a screwdriver to into the cylinder # 1 to make sure it is at the top. Then remove it.
5-Turn the camshaft and at the same time notice the intake and exhaust valves for cylinder # 1 are both closed and the notch on the camshaft is aligned straight with the crankshaft mark.
6- For a sanity check, from the spark plug2.gif wire # 1, trace back to the distributor cap. Carefully take off the cap and see the rotor is in the position contact to the plug wire # 1. Then put the cap back as it was.
This is to ensure you have spark at the combustion stage when all valves are close and piston is at the top.
7- With everything is as said, now you put in the timing belt at no turning any position of the crankshaft or the camshaft. If the belt teeth is not aligned correctly, you have to take it out and put it back to provide the mark from crankshaft and camshaft are perfectly aligned.
8- Make sure you loosen up the timing belt tension to put it in easily and tighten it up after have correct tension.
9- Put everything back then you are good to go.
10- Don't forget to replace the Valve cover head gasket to prevent the oil leak.
Good luck and have fun in your hands-on action

Sep 10, 2009 | 1999 Nissan Altima

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