Have had this many years. it recently fell off the bed but still worked even though it sounded like there was something loose inside. now it will just hum and not vibrate. any ideas, any new jersey repair shops you know of. i miss it.
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I suspect there will be something loose in a CV joint, under load it will be held in place but when it is not under load it flaps around causing the thumping. You should be able to identify which side of the vehicle it is coming from then a mechanic should see it ASAP because if it lets go completely it will not only be dangerous and stop the vehicle from going anywhere it will be very expensive to fix the colateral damage.
Because even though your stereo is turned down the gain for the sub is set all the way up so it will still gain a small amount of signal. it is a flaw with some of the newer aftermarket stereos. try turning the nob until the thump stops then change the bass setting on your deck to compensate for the bass loss.
It sounds to me like it may be a chunk missing out of your belt. Or warped pulley.
I dont think that it would be a broken spring because it would make the belt slip. Does it do it the same no matter how fast you are going?
But no matter what it is, if you start taking it apart. It should be easy to find. If its not the belts you can jack the rear wheels up take the belts off and work the pulleys and or wheels til you find it.
with heater unplugged, check all connections with an ohm meter, sounds like something got jarred loose. also check heating elements for resistance. if no ressistance, probably a broken heating element.
I called a technician out today. Seems like the problem is the circuit board. It wasn't working properly and the sound is the fan. The fan is supposed to turn on when the microwave is in use and off when it is not. In this case, the fan continued even when the microwave was not in operation. A new circuit board has been ordered and will replace the old one when it arrives. For now, I can still use the microwave, but I have to unplug it everytime I finish heating something up. A little inconvenient, but at least it'll still heat my food up in the meantime.
The thumping could also be a belt issue if it has a flat spot in it, especially if its a Frigidare Hybrid GE. To get to the element, sorry to say it, but will have to remove the drum and front of machine to get to it. Ohm out all the thermostats and thermofuses first. If it has the round element behind the drum (which it should) check the heater wire for breaks. If its a true GE it will have two wires, Frigidare Hybrid will only have one. Good Luck!!! Jim
Symptoms are not related,what you hear is the high voltage turning on and that is normal if it only does it for less than a second,the grainy picture might be intermitant,dont turn it off,when the picture is grainy tap the side of the set to see if it racts and if it does you know you have a loose conection.This could be outside because of a loose ground on tha cable or inside in the tuner.