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You make me laugh its usually a sign that something is overheating electrically and i would think breathing in fumes. caused by melting plastic is a little on the toxic side you dont know what chemicals are in there
CHECK THE WATER PRESSURE SWITCH. AND INLET WATER VALVE. MY BET IS WITH THE INLET VALVE. CAN CHECK IT WITH A METER FOR OHMS OR CONTINUITY. THEN
fuse a multi meter and check ur water pressure switch? that is what sends the machine the message to start wash cycle?
You can test it with a meter and with a manual test? ( first locate it in the panel, it has a plastic clear tube hose going into it, remove that tube from its connection, now put another small tube or hose into the slot where it was and have the machine set to wash cycle with water in it. Blow into the other end of the tube.
If the machine starts to wash. the pressure switch is more than likely good
( No wash- then THE DIAPHRAGM IS BAD AND SWITCH HAS TO BE REPLACED) another test u can do is Remove the hose and submerge in water. Seal one end and blow air into the other end and look for bubbles. Check for an obstruction in the hose as well.
Or take the original hose tube and plug one end and blow into it AT the other end, it should be hard and have pressure, if it is easy to blow and u dont feel any pressure and it feels like the air is going out ?
Sometimes they get busted open or a pin hole and release air causing the water switch diaphragm to not open.
Another test u can make with a multi meter is by testing the prongs individually.
# 15,16,17 (don't worry to much bout the numbers IF U GET THEM WRONG) place ur meter prongs on both out side prongs or connectors of the switch.
(where the wire plugs into) take note of weather it shows OHMS or infinity ( open or close circuit) ? Now place the meter on the left outside and the middle prong, take note agin what it shows. Now place meter prong on the right outside and the middle prong. Agin take note what reading u get. ( you should actually get a reading of infinity in 1 and a reading of continuity or ohms in the other 2? Now the tricky part. Agin place a small tube or hose into the switch and blow into it, using the meter do the same test agin on all prongs. But now keep the pressure on the switch when u blow into it, in other words use ur tongue on one end of tube to not allow air to escape. When u test it agin now one of the prongs that once read infinity should now show continuity or ohms, and 1 of the other prongs that read ohms should now read infinity or open.
If the video game is on disc form like a CD you cant fix it and it needs to be replaced since at the speeds that the disc spins at any flaw like a small crack can cause the disc to shatter this could than significantly damage the game console.
If you remove the paper tray you'll notice a black arm hanging down in the middle of the printer...this should be up inside (the cause is too much paper being put in the tray then when the user tries to remove the tray it hooks this and causes it to be in the way of the paper when it rises).
Disconnect the power and remove the toner/drum. Turn the printer upside down and remove the rollers from the purple plastic arm (shove the arm ahead to make this easier). Once you have this disconnected and removed you'll be able to see where the black plastic arm should go. You can push it back up in the printer without too much fuss. Replace the rollers where they go and put everything back together. Voila!
This has happened twice in the past year and both times this has fixed the issue right away. Good luck! :)
IT would be hard to find this part......but easier way to fix this problem is to do a plastic solder
Get a small piece of hard plastic.... Heat up your soldering iron.... Put the small piece of plastic as where the crack is and melt it down on the crack using the hot solder.. evenly press down this hard plastic over the cracks.... with the solder for neatness and for toughness
you can even put in a few staple pins bent across the crack and melt it in the plastic for more stronger bond
the wider the area you use the stronger it will be...
Hmm.....Maybe you got the lenses inside that console dirty.... If you haven't touch anything in the area that the PS2 game CD covers, then are you sure that the plugs are tightly plug in?....If they are, maybe they are TOO tight. Wiggle them around but not too much.....Also, are sure that the game has no stracthes on the back of it? If it's only that game messing up, then thats probably the case.....Alot of time, putting the game in will scratch the back. If this happens, you can either "clean" it with toothpaste or yellow wax. Yellow wax is better. I believe yellow wax can be purchased somewhere like Wal-Mart. If you rub it from the center then out and make sure it's all off then it will play farely ok....But before you resort to that, look around the middle of the game CD [aka the clear part in the little circle (for people slow like me^_^)].......Hold it up to a light and see if that the clear part is cracked. If it is, DO NOT PUT IT IN THE CONSOLE!.....Good consoles will pick that kind of thing up and refuse to play it and say "Unreadable Disk"...or something....If the clear center is cracked, then the clear center may start to crack even more and pieces may break off and get down into the console. If that happens, you'll have to end up buying a new console when you could have just replaced the game. Alot of times when the center is crack, it is caused by not pressing the plastics holding peices in the middle of the case. By lifting the game up without pressing that down, cause cause IMMENSE strain on the disk and cause it to break.....Well, I hope I was of some assitence....And please pardon any grammatical errors. Later........-Jade
Could be....I would first very simply check the gas cap. A loose or cracked gas cap could cause an O2 (oxygen) sensor to react and light up your "check engine" light. if the cap is indeed tight it may be an actual faulty sensor, in which case I would have your ODB plug under the steering wheel read by the infiniti dealer. Devoe infiniti is great here in Naples, FL!
Hope this helps,
I have tried plenty of ways but this plastic cant be pasted easily and the hinge crack the junction again so basically you need a new hinge piece, something saddly cant be bought alone, you need to buy a whole shell.
If not under nintendo 1year warranty, the best thing you can do to kill this problem is take the DS to a videogame repair service to replace the shell before the top screen or the whole DS suffer more damage. You can also consider to buy and change the shell by yourself. The bad new is anyway you need some money to repair it.
You can use the DS carefully meanwhile the top part dont get completelly out of place.