My computer turns on with the fans at maximum speed and stays at max speed usually they go to normal speed after a few seconds when my computer turns on the hard drive turns on but nothing happens it just sits there running at max speed nothing appears on the screen except it says "no input signal" but its plugged into the computer, but the monitor i think is not the issue it just wont start up thanx
I had this happen sometimes after a windows update/reboot. If the computer is on, hold down the power button until it cuts off. Unplug the power cord. Wait for a couple of minutes. Plug the cord back in, and turn on system.
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definitely sounds mechanical. try prying open the motor area and see if anything happens when you turn it on. i'm guessing it might be a short somewhere that's making the other parts have to compensate
Hi kattrinahawk, If your cooling fans do not work, take a second to understand the system: 1)Fans will cycle on and off depending on engine temperature. 2)Fans will come on when Air Conditioning system is On. 3)Fans will come on if certain malfunctions in engine electrical systems. Fans are controlled via the ECM/PCM or sub computer. Fans usually have separate fuses and or relays/resistors. Ok so lets check a few things: 1)Check your engine coolant level, fan operation is depending on correct/full level 2)Turn your A/c on max settings and wait a few seconds see if fans cycle. 3)Check for obstructions or loose wiring around/on fans. 4)Inspect fuses per owners manual locations identification.
I do not know the maximum distance, but there should be a wear indicator on the tire. Usually the max speed on doughnut tires is around 50 mph but the owners manual will clarify. Usually the spare will have a max speed posted on it somewhere with a sticker.
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It could be that the acceleration is set to low. This setting adjusts the time it takes for the chair to reach maximum speed that you have selected on the joystick. With a low setting, it takes it a few seconds to get to maximum. Reprogramming the acceleration to a higher setting decreases the amount of time for the chair to hit max speed. You will need a PP1 handheld programmer from P&G drives technology to change the settings, or take it to a local DME specialist who will usually have a programmer to reset the joystick.
Call up the 'Integration Menu" - the fans can be switched between 'auto' and 'full speed'.
To do this switch the display into standby. If the standby light flashes 4 times it is indicating a fault in the Thermal Sensor Assembly which will explain why your fans aren't working. With the display in standby press the menu button and within 3 seconds press the power button. The display will turn on with the integration menu. Select the option tab and scroll down until you see 'fan control' - press 'set' to toggle between 'auto' and 'max'. When you select 'max' the fans will run at full speed within a few seconds. The fans are a bit noisey at full speed so you may want to look into replacing the sensor eventually.
When you start up the PC, do you get any kind of beep sound? If not, I would reckon the RAM modules are faulty and would need to be replaced first. That is the usual cause for this kind of issue. Also when replacing the modules, make sure they are the type supported by your motherboard, ie DDR, DDR2, etc. You will have to consult your m/b manual for this..
If the problem is not with the RAM, ie you hear a beep, but nothing else, I would guess that the MBR of your operating system is dysfunctional, which would mean that you would have to reinstall the operating system.