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I have an LG lsc27931st and the condenser fan is always on is this a thermostat issue and where is it located I set the fridge to 46 degrees and still on


This model uses thermistors (electronic thermal resistors) to recognise the temperature in the compartment, these are hidden behind all the plastic internal parts on the evaporator assembly in the fridge/freezer. they range from 1-2" in size and vary in colour but they are normally cylindrical in shape with only 2 wires. the only way to tell if one has gone is to test with a multimeter. This can be done by physically finding the part next to the evaporator or finding the appropriate connection on the main PCB
Please remember to never work on a live appliance, always ensure it is unplugged.

Apr 11, 2014 | Refrigerators

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After changing the ink catridges and resetting the drum fuse lately (note: it is known that the fuse will be blown off after certain number of prints but otherwise is in good condition), my Epson Acculaser C900 resumes to produce colourful output. Unfortunately, I do encounter the following printout problems: 1. Whenever I print some coloured shapes, an identical shadow in greyish blue colour corresponding to the coloured shapes appears at the bottom on the same paper output. 2. Whenever all four colours (black included) are used to print out different coloured shapes, red coloured flakes appear surrounding the edge on all coloured shapes being printed. 3. No red coloured flakes appear if only three colours are used to print out any shapes. E.g. if I print only one red and one yellow or blue circles, I do not have red coloured flakes on their edges. But if I print circles in red, yellow and blue colour, all with black edges, I will get red flakes surrounding all edges of the circles. I am frustrated and cannot figure out which component is faulty. Clearly I have two kinds of problems: the problem of greyish blue shadows on all output, and the problem of red coloured flakes on edges of shapes under certain circumstances. Can you offer advice what to do to rectify the problems?


The repeating image is a ghost image, and here is described what it can be. Probably if you solve this, you also solve the red-dot problem. If possible, I would suggest to replace the wiper blade.
Repeating images on laser printerThis likely means a faint ghost of the main printout at a distance equal to the circumference of one of the rollers or photosensitive drum.

Depending on where the problem originates, this could be a bad wiper (cleaning) blade, faulty corona, or incomplete fusing.


  • If the distance between successive images is equal to the circumference of the photosensitive drum, it is a wiper blade, erase lamp, or corona problem.A residual latent image or residual toner is sticking to the drum and not being properly cleared.

  • If the distance between successive images is equal to the circumference of one of the fuser rollers, then the fusing may not be complete due to damaged rollers or an incorrect temperature setting.

It is easy to determine where the problem is located: Interrupt a printout in mid-stride (where part of the paper is between the toner/developer and fuser. If the un-fused image has ghosting, it is a fault in the area of the drum

Jul 08, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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lg e700sh monitor out of shape i need the settings of original shape


try factory settings
- Press Power to turn screen off
- Press and hold Select/Auto
- Press Power to turn screen on. LED will be Orange instead of Green
- Release Select/Auto
- Press Menu
- You will see 2 additional options (Factory 1 & Factory 2)
- Exit as normal
- To return LED to Green, Power off then Power on

To reset colour:
- Choose Factory 2
- Choose Auto Color1

Jun 14, 2011 | LG Flatron F700B 17" CRT Monitor

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WHERE TO FIND AND PRICES FOR SANIFLO BASESMENT TOILETS


Here are a few sites just copy and paste any of these in your browser.

http://www.needplumbingsupplies.com/NeedPlumbingBrands.asp?MfgRqst=10 (this all one link...)

Here is the Saniflo homepage


http://www.saniflo.com/?gclid=COaXi8vxyJkCFQENDQodOnOjsg


Next tag

http://www.nextag.com/saniflo-toilet-systems/products-html

and one more...pricegrabber

http://indoors.pricegrabber.com/bathroom-toilets/saniflo/p/1538/


I hope this helps and good luck...and thanks for rating my effort....the Fang


Mar 28, 2009 | Saniflo & Saniplus& Macerator Pump

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LG 17" MONITOR MODEL 700E (COLOUR & SHAPE PROBLEM)


THE PRESCRIBED ARROWS ARE FUNCTIONING WELL FOR INCREASING THE VERTICAL SIGE OF THE DISPLAY OF THE MONITOR.BUT THE HORIZONTAL AROWS WHEN OPERATED ARE NOT ABLE TO INCREASE THE HORIZONTAL DISPLAY OF THE MONITOR TO FULL SIGE. PLEASE GIVE APPROPRIATE SOLUTION.
THANKS

Aug 14, 2008 | LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor

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