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Good Afternoon Jason, thank you for allowing me to assist you!
Based on the symptoms you are describing it sounds like the
temperature control is in the OFF position. When this occurs the temperature
control turns off the compressor, but does not disconnect the power to the
light bulb or other electronics. Let's try activating the freezer by pressing
the UP arrow until display shows "4" or desired setting. Allow 24 hours for
temperature to stabilize. For future reference you can lock the control to keep
from accidently changing the temperature setting. I hope these troubleshooting
tips help you in some small way. I ask that you please follow up with a comment
on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is
needed or if the unit's status has changed successfully.
Thats because your Rf is powerful on high settings..try taping a AM radio "ferrite bar" to your coax in the back of radio for "RF filtering". Keep your power supply 15 inches away from radio. I recommend unhooking talkback on radios (it always causes feedback). But make sure speaker is good distance from the radio. I'd say 10 feet or so, behind radio. Change external speakers or add one with a long cord.
If you are using Vista, please do this: Start-Control Panel-Classic View-Power Options-Select Power Saver. If you want it to be just on but is okay to go to sleep mode or to Hibernate, you can select click on Change Plan Settings and make the necessary changes there as well as in Change Advance Power Settings (such as hibernate). Hope this helps. Thank you.
go to "settings" or "sound settings" (anything relating to sound settings or setting") you should find volume control settings for increasing the ringtone. if it is still low after doing through that process mybe it is time for you to change you sound speaker(they do normally get worn with constant use and would need a change) good luck.
The fact that its clicking on and off tells me that theres probably a short in the horizontal sweep/output circuit of the set. You see when the set starts up the power supply detects a large current surge and shuts down. Some sets will try three times if this happens and then stop till the power is pressed again. It sounds like this set dosent have that way of operation. Its going to need a technician to look and troubleshoot the problem Good Luck