I pluged the radio in, it worked for a sec, then Nothing! To me sounds like a fuse. I took cover off and I cant seem to find the fuse.Was hoping some can help me get this thing working again, I need tunes at the jobsite!! Thanks in advance
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why not say what works on radio.
park lamps ,dead , i bet not
all other lamps dead.(dials, etc)?
no sound only?
or tunes stations , i see it tune, scan works but sound is dead
post that, and the operators guide , shows where the RADIO fuse is
mostly in the cab fuse box.
inlines are aftermarket radios' not stock.
does it ask for CODE?
if yes ,the radio codes if not backed is a show stopper
dealer only fix. (big secret) or any certified, lock smith
see my 25posts here on this forum under radio codes
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The sec displayed is security code in case radio is stolen it cant be used without entering the code. Owner may have disconnected battery and didnt put a memory saver in lighter outlet so it locked. If you go to dealer they can retrive the code for you then you enter code and radio should work.unless they changed the factory code. If not and code from dealer works keep in car or safe place so you have it. Usually no charge to do retrival at dealer takes 2 minutes. Hope this helps
First i took off my hard drive on the 360. Then i pluged it to the tv not with HDTV (use the red, yellow and white make sure it is on tv not HDTV) i only say this because i didn't use the HDTV setting to fix it. then i pluged it into the wall with the 360 laying down not up and down and turned it on. (no picture but sound) with the 360 on i took 1 towel folded it long ways and wraped it around my 360 from back to front (make sure you cover the fans in the back to make it over heat.) leave your 360 on until it red rings (you can hear the 360 quit down. it takes about 15-30 mins depending on how fast it over heats. once this happens unwrap the 360 and turn it off wait 5 secs and power it back on and there you go you should have picture and sound again. mine has been working for 3 days now with no problem i even have it hooked up using the HDTV cables in my living room.
The same thing just happened to my waffle iron. It worked great for a few months and then no heat.
I took it apart and found the problem. Waring used a thermal fuse instead of a thermostat. The fuse is located between the waffle iron and the stainless cover. The issue I saw is that cooking oil (spray) gets in between the cover and griddle and soaks into the insulation covering the thermal fuse. The oil heats up inside there and shorts the fuse.
Replacing the fuse is easy and it is available at Radio Shack for $1.70 (part number 270-1321). It's a 442 degreeF.
The hard part about this job is diassembly and reassembly. I had to take the entire iron apart just to get to the fuse. It took about an hour to take apart and an hour to reassemble. Changing the fuse took 5 minutes.