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The volt as u see its 123.5 v from the outlet but I don't know to measure the amp ill look for it how online and ill get back to u Thank you

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There is a panel on the aitr conditioner that has all the information on it including Make model, serial number and voltage and wattage or amperage. Look for it!

Posted on Jan 10, 2013

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  • ahmad muslemani Jan 11, 2013

    Hi thats not Air conditioner its an 10" exhaust fan made by global model 246506

  • ahmad muslemani Jan 11, 2013

    120v 60Hz 0.38A

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    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 11, 2013

    I just got home and reviewed your video. Next to look at is a switch that is connected to the 123.7Vac input. There should be one that has at least 2 speeds on it. If not, for safety you should put one in for at least 1 speed. If you are getting power to a switch (if you found one) and output from the switch, then the fan motor is the problem. If the switch has no output, it is the problem.

  • ahmad muslemani Jan 22, 2013

    thank you the the is solved



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The speakers for my Bose 123 suddenly don't work for any source. It had worked well for years. Mute is off. What can I do?

It sounds to me like the Bose 123 is to blame not the speakers. I think you can test the speakers by connecting a 1.5 volt battery for a short while (few seconds) accross any of the speakers terminals. Disconected from the amp. If they are working it will go POP
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New battery went dead. pulled the fuses and checked for a short. Found the fuse that shows a short just don't know what it goes too

A voltmeter is NOT the correct tool to check for an "ignition-off draw". A voltmeter will show 12 volts if ANYTHING is operating.

There are some things that are SUPPOSED to keep operating when the vehicle is shut off. These include, but are not limited to:
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> Security/ alarm system
> Remote control recievers (door locks, etc.)

What you need to know is how many AMPS are being drawn from the battery when the vehicle is shut off. This is done by using a shunt bar connected between the battery terminal and the battery cable connector.

Set the ammeter to the lowest setting (usually 2 or 5 amp scale) Connect the ammeter leads accross the shunt bar. Turn off all electrical accessories, ignition switch, etc. and wait for a minimum of 45 minutes for all of the computer systems to go into "sleep" mode. Then open the shunt bar and read the amperage.

The "rule of thumb" is 300 milliamps (or 0.3 amps). This is where you have a problem. Anything less than this is not a problem and is not the cause of your dead battery. My experience is that most vehicles built in the last 15 years or so, will usually measure around 150 milliamps if there is no aftermarket equipment installed. Please note that even this 150 milliamps will measure as 12 volts if measured with a volt meter. A 2 amp draw will also measure as 12 volts....However, a 2 amp draw will kill your battery overnight and the 150 milliamp draw won't.

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IFit treadmill won't turn on. There is power to the plug.

Dear Sir:

Thank you by you request, I hope everything is fine.

I will try to help you.

Do this :

    • 1
Lookat the circuit to be measured, in this case I chose to check an outlet. In thiscase I need to check if an outlet is live.
    • 2
Keep fingers behind the fingerprotectors Thevoltage in a house circuit will range from 120 Volts in the wall outlets, to220 Volts at the range and dryer outlet. Both of which can kill instantly. Thisis where extreme care and safety must be observed. Inspect leads and probes fordamage and cracks. If any damage or cracks is found DO NOT USE, THROW AWAY!!!Keep fingers behind the finger guard as seen in the picture.
    • 3
200 Volts AC scale Choosea range which exceeds the voltage you expect to measure. You will need tochoose the AC scale.
    • 4
Measuring wall outlet to test forvoltage.
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The AC power indicator light does not torn on when the adapter is plugged. The adapter was tested and it puts out 19 volts. At first the prolem was intermittant, but now it is not working. The battery...

The AC adapter have two measure:
Output volt: 19 volts
the Volt output can be tested and show 19V, but can`t leave the correct Amper.
I see these failure in anothers AC adapter. I measure the Volt and show 12 V, but don`t work the survellaince camera. I recommedn replace the adapter

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I only have 62.2 amps in my outlets i need 120

How are you getting this measurement? From the ".2" portion I'm going to assume that you're using a digital voltmeter, which is notorious for giving flaky readings in inexperienced hands (no offense). The second question to help sort out your problem is where are you getting this measurement from? In other words... from an outlet? Across which "pins", and have you tried more than one outlet, ideally that are on two different circuit breakers? Home wiring can't give you 62.2 volts without a significant problem, probably a bad connection but that's fairly unlikely. It would be helpful to know what caused you to think there's a voltage problem in the first place, since there may be another explanation... let me know and I'll try to point you in the right direction.

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Have a 220 plug 2 screws on one side one on the other i have 3 wires 1blk, 1 white--which is both hot i know , & the green is ground. which wire goes where tho is my ??????

Hello **** son, I understand that you have a 220 plug and you know that white and black are hot and green is common/neutral on a 220 circuit. However, I do not understand about the plug, if the plug is 220 it should state on it 1, 2, and N so that you know where the wires go. If you can give a better description of the plug and where the prongs are on the plug I may be able to assit you more effectively. Please post back to this thread. Thank you for choosing Justinbur167

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New alternator puts out 11.7 volts. Changed it for another which is also putting out 11.7 volts. Changed double female connector; no help.

First, make sure that the alternator is properly grounded.
Second, with what are you measuring it? I have a couple of cheap ($10-$30) Chinese-made digital voltmeters around my garage that I know for a fact don't measure DC voltage accurately. They tell me a battery has 11 volts, and I dig out my trusty 40-year-old analog voltmeter with a cracked face and it accurately reports 12.6 volts as it should. Also, the digital meters also drift like crazy when I try to measure resistance with them.
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My laptops screen does not come on even though the unit powers up,i have tried another screen,and tried using external monitor,neither worked,the lights by power button also don;t light.

Did you check the power supply? They go bad and if you get no power, nothing else will work. You can check the power supply by plugging the unit into an outlet and then using a volt-ohm meter measuring the voltage at the cylinder which normally plugs into the computer. If there is no voltage (DC) present, then the supply is bad. You can get a replacement online or at the place you purchased the unit.

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No power, no lights on laptop

I think you should check the real power supply ... 120 V in and what comes out ... volts (ac - dc) and amps or what fraction of an amp.

Please compare the old with the new power supply. The new power supply should be the same volts - same kind (AC or DC) and at least the same amp rating. You can use higher amp rating but not lower - lower will burn up - literally)

Volt meter ... always set it above the suspected voltage. Batteries are always DC. Houses, buildings, etc always AC. Power supplies - could be mixed - ac in and dc out.

So if you were measuring in your home, you set the meter to 130 or higher on the AC scale. If you were doing your auto, 24 volts DC (or so).

House current, probe color doesnt make any difference. Should read about 120 Volts between the narrower (or right side/ground down orientation) or the two slots and the wider of the two shots (wide should be the neutral side - ground on the bottom). You can prove the hot side by measuring to the ground. White wire to ground = no reading. Black wire to ground = 120 volts. (The black and white are INSIDE the electric outlet. You can use either probe to do the measurement.

I hope this helps you.

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Pyramid 14G power supply

It very unlikely the voltage went down. I think you should re measure what the voltage should be yes it 13 volt is after the bridge you wil get this with dual 6.5 volt ac from the transformer, they don't change voltage unless you have a short at the output, and if you did you will blow the transformer, is your reading from 2 wires or is it three wires, output, the center to the end should be 6.5 and end to end maybe 13.8.
I would need to see the schematic to know what voltage you should be getting.
I wouldn't look on a bat transformer but ether, bad bridge or wireing.

I hope this help's

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