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Did you checked your out let?
If no light on the top panel, then check your in put after the breaker to the power supply.

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What to do fro a blown Fuse or Tripped Breaker.


Well if you have Blown a Fuse/Tripped Circuit Breaker, FIRST, TURN OFF THE MAIN POWER SWITCH. Now, If a Breaker, simply flip the lever, the "Other Way" or, press the button, on the Breaker Body to "Reset" it. If a Fuse, you will have to withdraw the Fuse(s) from the "Holder(s)" until you find the Blown one, look to see if the Fuse Wire is intact, or, not.. a Blown Fuse will have the wire broken/melted. You then, effect repair, by simply using a length of the correctly rated, Fuse Wire. (Replacement Fuse Wire will be of different thicknesses, for different Current Ratings, usually, 5 Amps, 10 Amps, 15 Amps, & 20 Amps). Simply wrap one end of the Fuse Wire, around the contact, at one end, or if screw connection, then under there, & wrap clockwise, then, .make it go through the little hole/slot in middle, and then, wrap it around the screw, or wrap around the other end contact Then replace Fuse, turn the Power back on. Always do all this with nothing plugged into the power socket too. Now if the Fuse.Breaker "Blows" or "Trips" again, with nothing connected, you have a Wiring fault. Also make sure the Unit that caused the problem in the first place is repaired, or it, simply do it all again.

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Will not run at all


yes are c.breaker reset.
but you must test in case that are not working after you reset the c.breaker. the following: tube+fuse+filter+switch, c,breaker+rectifier. with DVOM OR VOM.
see the block attached.
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When I plug in my pro form 370e crosswalk it doesn't turn on nothing happens


1) test the outlet wall, reset the c.breaker from your house, or tes the fuse if are blown.
if the problem NOT result and is o.k the c.breaker
2) test the power cord, for open
3) Eliminate any extension cord
4) test the main switch for open
5) reset the switch attached to the main switch.
6) tight any wires loose
7) reset the c. breaker or replace the fuse blown see the block.

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How do you know if you blow a fuse? i replaced my bulb and when i plugged back in i got a bit of a spark at the plug recepticle and now i get nothing... any ideas?


Well if you have blown a Fuse/Tripped a Circuit Breaker, FIRST, TURN OFF THE MAIN POWER SWITCH. Now, If a Breaker, simply flip the lever, the "other way" or, press the button, on the Breaker to "Reset" it. If a Fuse, you will have to withdraw the Fuse from the "Holder" and look to see if the Fuse Wire is intact.. a Blown Fuse will have the wire broken/melted. You then, effect repair by simply using a length of the correctly rated, Fuse Wire. Replacement Fuse Wire will be of different thicknesses, for different Current Ratings, usually, 5 Amps, 10 Amps, 15 Amps, & 20 Amps. Simply wrap one end of the Wire, around the contact, at one end, or if screw connection, then under there, wrap clockwise, then, .make it go through the little hole/slot in middle, and then, wrap it around the screw, or other end contact Then replace Fuse, turn back on the Power. Always do all this with nothing plugged into the power socket too..

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Relay Box for 1994 ford mustang cobra


relays are normally in the fuse panel on the left side of dash by knee.

Fuses and Circuit Breakers Location and Values
NOTE: The headlamp switch (11654) has an integral 20-amp circuit breaker.
  • The combination instrument panel fuse and circuit breaker panel contains most of the fuses and circuit breakers used in the system.
  • The fuses and circuit breakers are color-coded by amp rating.
  • The locations and values of the fuses and circuit breakers not contained in the panels are shown in the following chart.


Circuit Circuit Protection and Rating Location Headlamps and High Beam Indicator 20 Amp. CB Integral with Lighting Switch Heated Back Window 16 GA Fuse Link Engine Compartment Power Windows, Power Seat, Power Door Locks 20 Amp. CB Starter Motor Relay Load Circuit Fuse Link In Harness Engine Compartment Lamp Fuse Link In Harness Convertible Top 25 Amp. CB Lower Instrument Panel-Reinforcement


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Cavity Number Fuse Rating Color Circuit Protected A 40 Amp Orange
  • Ignition Switch
B 40 Amp Orange
  • Ignition Switch
C 40 Amp Orange
  • Ignition Switch
D 50 Amp Red
  • Headlamp Switch
  • Instrument Panel Fuses 4, 8 and 16
  • Instrument Panel Circuit Breaker 12
E 20 Amp Light Green
  • PCM
  • Fuel Pump
  • HO2S (3.8L)
  • Canister Purge Solenoid
  • EVR Solenoid
  • Ignition Control Module (3.8L)
  • IAC Solenoid
  • Fuel Injector
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Camshaft Position Sensor (3.8L)
  • MAF Sensor
F 40 Amp Orange
  • Heated Back Window
G 20 Amp Yellow
  • Fuel Pump
H 60 Amp Blue
  • Fan Control
J — — Not Used K 10 Amp Blue
  • Anti-Lock Brake Control Module
L 20 Amp Red
  • Fan Control Monitor (PCM)
M 25 Amp Yellow
  • Horn
  • Foglamps
  • Daytime Running Lights Control Module
N 25 Amp Clear
  • Fuses 5 and 9
P 20 Amp Clear
  • Radio Amplifier
Q 20 Amp Yellow
  • Generator
S 30 Amp Yellow
  • Convertible Top Motor
T 60 Amp —
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Washer will not turn on. The knob moves but nothing happens when I turn it on. I've checked the breaker, the water, the plug/outlet, and hoses. Everything looks fine. But nothing happens.


If your washer doesn't seem to work at all, check these: 

No power
Lid switch
No power Check to see whether power is getting to the washing machine. Is it plugged in? Has a fuse blown or is a circuit breaker tripped?

Lid switch If the lid switch is defective, your washer can't spin and may not function at all. The switch is inside the washing machine main housing near the door frame. Often you have to raise or open the top or front of the washer to get to the switch. If it's defective, you need to replace it. 

Some machines have a special lid-switch fuse near the lid switch, inside the control panel. If this fuse blows, the unit won't fill with water until you replace the fuse. 

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Amana dryer


Check your fuses or breaker. An electric dryer requires 240 volts to operate. In a fuse box system, 2-30 amp fuses are required for an electric dryer to operate. If 1 fuse is blown it will not start or heat depending on which fuse is blown.
In a breaker system the breaker can trip and sometimes look ok. Find your 30 amp dryer breaker and reset it by flipping the lever to off, then back on.
If this doesn't help, you may have a faulty door switch or maybe your door has loosened from the hinges and has sagged a bit, breaking contact with the door switch plunger.
If you can locate the door switch, push on the plunger... you should hear an audible click...if you do then the door switch is normally ok, but not always, it is just a simple test to rule a bad switch which is normally silent if it is faulty.
You may want to inspect for a burned wire or wire termination.
Make sure dryer is unplugged from the power source before inspecting!!!
Other than the previous instructions, it is difficult for a novice to diagnose the problem...call a technician in to fix your dryer.
1 more thing, Just because a breaker appears to be on, and/or you flipped it off then on, doesn't mean the breaker is ok. Fuses also can look good and be bad. A small volt-ohm meter($10.00) is a good investment for testing voltage, and to save time and money.

Hope this gets you up and running.

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