My boss asked me to research this so please excuse my lack of technical knowledge!! He has a smart pro ups, on the front there are three green lights. The battery light keeps turning from green to red and then the system shuts down and in the process shuts down everything that is attached to it. What could be causing this?? Why would a fairly new system shut down, seemingly, for no reason at all?
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When asking a technical question regarding vehicular repair, I can only assume that if you are seeking knowledge, you are doing the repairs yourself. This raises a concern with me when the questions asked are vague, lack details as simple as year/make/model/engine size and type, lack correct terminology/spelling, improper references, etc.
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That is why there are mechanics. Sometimes a basic, low cost repair can turn into thousands of dollars if done incorrectly. For example, just a simple $2.00 fuse installed incorrectly can do irreversible damage to a $3000.00 ECM or other sensitive electronic component. Inexperience in properly supporting vehicles or securing heavy components can result in property damage, serious injury and possible death.
My advice is based on personal experiences. Many variables can determine your outcome. Advice/information from friends, co workers and research is used whenever I do a repair. I have education I paid for so I assume it to be correct. I use my knowledge as a base and may not have specific experience with your vehicle. I am currently employed as a diesel/refrigeration technician.
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Hello, check your oil level. They have a safety switch that shuts something down( sorry for the lack of vocabulary.) I did manage to start the car, and drive it home, and fill the oil. (about 5 miles). I had to hold both the gas, and the break so I could keep the engine idled high enough to keep it from dying at red lights, and or stop signs. That's my unfortunate experience/ attained knowledge. I hope this helps.
Whats this vehicle i know its a ford but cannot say i have seen the engine type before . But its got four wheels so start at the basics its a 96 so i would suspect that it has a thermo switch in the radiator so check here first if not then its like the mondeo zetec engine where the temperature sensor has 3 wires to it and the third wire goes to the computer which turns the fans on via the relays but just not sure of type as never seen this vehicle or this version and it must be a down under brother from the accent on the video so please excuse my lack of knowledge about this product .Says transmission lock down ?? not sure here as providing your moving then engine should stay cool without the fans running .
I have the nano hercules and I had the same problem. The lower rotor would spin funny or not at all. Upon taking apart the heli (there really isnt too many pieces, just a lot of little screws so keep track of them), i found the culprit to be a tiny white gear with teeth had broken and the larger spinning gear was barely making a connection to the small teeth on the small gear (excuse my lack of technical vocabulary). I was able to remove the motor, slide the small gear w small teeth down just a tad so the big gear and the small gear lined up, added a bit of modelling glue for support and it works like new again. Hope that helps!
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this was happening last mine with mine aswell i just replaced a fuse then it started to work?? One fuse had colouring on it which i did not know what it meant sop i didnt touch that. So have you changed both?
Sounds like a possible lack of fuel problem. Remove air intake hose from front of throttle body, then try spraying (carefully ) a little WD-40 into front of throttle body when it starts just to see if it will keep it running a little longer. If it does, your lacking proper fuel supply. Do you hear pump cycle (hum) when you turn the key to on position? I guess a good place to start if it is lack of fuel would be to change fuel filter. If it turns out to be something worse like pump, your going to want that filter changed anyway. Let me know what you find.
This could be a hardware fault. Your power button could possibly be getting stuck whe you turn it on. This message only comes up when you maually hit the power button on the laptop. When it comes up again, try pushing the power button quickly to loosen it up, then hit cancel and wait to see if it happens again. If it does you will have to get your power button looked at.