In WORD documents, I want to prevent accidental CAPS key engagement by requiring the CAPS key to be pressed twice to engage it or some other solution to make it more difficult to accidentally engage CAPS key in Word.
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the ignition barrel/key are so worn they are'nt engaging properly when turning off put a slight downwards pressure as turning key this may engage the key and barrel but sounds like need a new key if thats worn smooth or a new barrel if key is sharp
Hi Beth usually when shifter is stuck there is a locking mechanism and keeps shifter from engaging unless brake is depressed to release the lock. If you hear a clicking sound when pedal is depressed then switch is probably ok and its probably the steering wheel lock. First try with your spare key to start the vehicle(old key may be worn ). If that doesn't do it then try with WD 40 a very little in ignition key hole or on the key work it slowly and see what happens. If none of these suggestions work its probably the steering wheel lock and that requires surgery. Keep me post best of luck
The starter solenoid mounted on top of the starter has two functions, as the key is operated the solenoid slides the starter pinion to engage the flywheel, THEN operates heavy duty contacts to power the motor. The solenoid is not engaging the pinion.
Do you here a clunk when you turn the key to start? If so that is the starting coil pulling in, if not the starting coil may be bad or battery drained or safety switches in wrong position, but check battery voltage and connections. I had a friend recently leave the lights on and drained the battery. If battery drained charge it or jump start your mower and mow for a while to charge. Also check to make sure your safety switches are in the right place. I had another friend that had a kid playing in her garage and he had engaged her blades and the safety prevents starting the mower with blades engaged. Also if you have an electrical engaging of blades versus a manual if the blades were left engaged while sitting it will drain the battery also.
The clutch switch is designed to prevent vehicle from accidentally engage the starter unless the clutch pedal is depressed. (It is the equivalent to the Neutral Safety Switch for automatic transmissions.)
Pressing the clutch pedal by itself will NOT activate the starter unless the key is in the RUN position.
Check your ignition switch. it may be stuck on RUN.
It appears the number lock has been engaged.
Press the Fn key plus one of the keys that has NumLk labeled on a key at the top RHS of the keyboard. This will toggle the number lock on and off, also there will be a LED light that shows when the number lock has been engage, just like when you engage the Caps Lock.