Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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I used a hairdryer and blew hot air into the grill on the bottom of the subwoofer enclosure which reduced the delay time from ~1hr to 5 minutes. (The high pitched noise was still there for about 1-2 minutes)
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
One of the outlets that is not working has a wire that has come off. It is probabluy the white wire, but could be the black one. Make sure the breaker is off for that circuit and take off the cover and loosen the screws holding the outlet to the box. Be careful, there still could be power inside even though the breaker is off. There could be another circuit feeding through the box that is not part of the outlet you are working on. You should probably get a licensed electrician. If you are handy and have a tester yiu could do it yourself.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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