The sound quit working after a power outage (during hurricane Gustav)
I tried reset the sound as suggeste by your troubleshooting guide and got it back, but the sound was half loud and after a week quit working completly
I tried the same thig , but no luck this time, the Dell technician told me that the sound card is damaged ? what sould I do ? I paid too much for this **** alreday ( $ 1200 )
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Jul 16, 2011 - Indicate Error when the temperature sensed by Refrigerator sensor is .... My model required holding the super freeze and super cool buttons, but it worked! ... My display said S and E after a power outage I pressed energy .... I had that 5 E error code after a brief power outage... thank you for the resetting ...
Apr 13, 2011 - and then I also noticed that the display buttons for the temperature is not working. ..... We have tried to reset the refrigerator with no luck. ..... I had a power outage yesterday and my Samsung Fridge RSG257 now shows an 88 .... I haveModel# RF268ABRS, this thing quit cooling/freezing after we lost power.
The only way a clogged filter would affect the system is restricting airflow, and freezing the evaporator. This sounds like a classic defective run capacitor problem. If you don't have the tool to check it, just replace it with the same microfarad and voltage rating printed on it.
Hello Wayne, thank you for allowing me to assist you. Was the freezer unplugged during the power outage? If
it was, here are some simple troubleshooting steps you need to take:
It is best to unplug the unit
and wait for the power to come back on.
Next, turn the control to off
(or digital display), plug the unit in and reset control to factory-suggested
Do not open freezer door
unnecessarily if freezer is off for several hours. Make sure the refrigerator
plug is tightly pushed into electrical outlet and not plugged into a GFI.
If your unit
has no power and it is not due to a power outage, check the following:
Verify that the temperature
control is set to the OFF position.
Set temperature controls to
proper setting suggested by your owner's guide; or set to the halfway point and
adjust it up or down as needed.
basic troubleshooting tips prove ineffective, the power loss may have possibly
caused a communication problem with the control board, temperature control or
wiring harness. At this point, I would recommend having a service technician to
diagnose the problem before investing in unnecessary parts.
the only thing i can think of is the power supply got fried that is the most common problem when it comes to the pc not powering on. Now hopefully that is all that it fried and not the motherboard my suggestion is to take to local pc repair shop and have them change your power supply or you could put it in if you familiar with how the machine is wired.
You said, Hello from Baton Rouge, La. just recently nailed by Hurricane Gustav....... during
the hype of the storm, I think my wife's double oven took a electric
surge and started smoking. I visually inspected the damage and saw a
badly burnt and scarred flat saucer looking component (suppressor,
transient)...I have ordered a replacement part and would like to know
if you think that replacing this item will be all I will need to do..
If the range was under water I do not think this will be the only problem. I believe it will cause you endless problems if it got submerged! you may end up replacing this water logged unit! Huuum
Verify your outside breaker did not trip or the inside breaker. Reset once if it continues to trip have some one check it out. If you have a programable t-stat take it off the wall and remove the battery this will cause it to reset