My girlfriend dropped my TV on its face, the fall was about 1 foot and onto carpet. When I picked it up I noticed it had come unplugged in the fall so I plugged it back in and pressed the power button. The light comes on and blinks like its going to start right up and after several seconds i hear it click and go off. Any ideas would be greatly apprieciated thank you
Hey there...my tv was working fine..one day I turned it on and you could here the tv click on but no visual pic. It clicks on and clicks off in 10secs...Can you tell me what this might be...I thank you
When a direct view set fails after (minor) impact it is usually due to PCB fractures - and then it is usually fractured around the flyback transformer (because of the weight of the component), but may be cracked elsewhere. Patch jobs around the flyback are typically easy. If the board is badly fractured use some stiff wire in the patching to give the PCB some rigidy and prevent further aggrevation of the fractures. I would assume you did not bust the picture tube as you would have heard that one :)
If this is one of those vcr/dvd combo jobs then you may have to look elsewhere for the fractures.
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I'd check the electric going to the fuel pump as well as any other devices. An intermittent short, bad ground wire can stop the fuel pump.
I'd be more specific with the description. "Falls on it's face", is not a good description.
Make sure you have suction at the end of the hose. If not, the clog is most likely in the hose. Detach hose from vacuum and wand. Drop a coin into one end and allow it to fall through. If it doesn't drop out, the clog is definitely in the hose. Then visually check the wands for a clog
Disassembling the power nozzle is not necessary, or recommended. First, ensure the clog is in the power nozzle. Drop a coin in the wand end and see if it falls out. If not, the clog is elsewhere. You should be able to clear the power nozzle by disconnecting the wand. Use the handle of a table knife to try to push the clog back through the power nozzle, toward the brush. If that doesn't work, try using long nosed pliers to clear the clog.
The cleaning solution tank is only sufficient for part of a room, unless the room is very small.
Are you following the instructions for using the cleaner carefully? The machine has to be pulled backwards (towards you) at a steady pace in order for the vacuum to pick up the water that is dispensed. Do not use it like a normal vacuum cleaner - that will not work.
You need to start facing a wall, and pull the cleaner towards you, moving at about one foot every two or three seconds. The vacuum will then pick up the water that has been dispensed and the carpet will be damp but not sodden.
Make sure that the Wii Balance Board is placed properly in front of the TV: The blue power light should be facing away from the TV. If the Wii Balance Board is facing the wrong way, your movements will be reversed.
Check the battery life of the batteries in the Wii Balance Board. If the battery level is low, try a fresh set of batteries.
Check to make sure nothing is pressing against the bottom of the Wii Balance Board. If you do find anything pressing against the bottom
(such as carpet), try using the foot extensions.
If you are you using the Wii Balance Board on a plush carpet , try using the foot extensions. After you have installed the extensions, re-weigh yourself and check for proper results (within a few pounds.
I already tried posting this but I think it falied. Just in case, here it is again!
I just now fixed my own Nikon S220 (very similar to 210) which suffered the same fate as yours. However, I laid my camera down on a cushioned foot-rest (you could use a couch cushion or pillow on a table) with the lens facing UP, pressed down on both sides of lens front gently yet firmly, and BAM, the lens went back in all the way. I turned the power back on and the camera is good as new (except for the small dent from the fall of course).
I suggest you try this before spending $100 on repairs and/or buying a new camera!
Its possible that it may be blocked in the foot of the vaccum. try going through your instruction manual to locate details on how to disassemble the suction brush and connecting ducts. If you dont have one then use this link to download it. http://ubermanuals.com/node/1870