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My Panasonic led tv just shuts off , wait 10 mins

It could be the room temperature or the TV is placed in a box type cabinet, thus restricting the air circulation at the back of the TV. Flat screen TV's generate a lot of heat and without proper air circulation, they usually shut down to prevent damage to its components. Are you in the middle of a cold spell? Usually when it's cold, you have the heaters on hi heat, yes? Try and reduce the heat or place the TV on a cabinet with ample air circulation and then see the difference.

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Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire dishwasher is not getting power to the circulation pump. I was unable to locate any schematic for the control board if you would like you can perform a generic search online to see if that information is accessible anywhere else. I would recommend reaching out to a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. I hope this is helpful. -Matt

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After 5 days of installation of a Corsair GS700 power supply and proper performance, my ASIUS/AMD PC just won't turn on any more. A brief flash of leds and then off again.


You do not say if the previous power supply failed or not. If the old PSU burned out, it may have damaged the Power Management System or blown some capacitors on the motherboard.

You do not say if this is a custom-built or factory-built PC.

The issues to check are if anything on or around the motherboard was disturbed during installation.

Start by removing the new PSU and removing the 2nd side panel and shaking the pc side to side to see if any loose screws are lurking under the motherboard or rolling free in the case, potentially shorting the solder points under the motherboard.

Are the motherboard screwholes properly aligned with, seated on and screwed to all the correct mounting points on the motherboard? A misaligned mounting point might short the solder points on the underside of the motherboard.

Are all the RAM modules properly seated? Is the graphics card seated properly? Is the CPU fan connected?

Is the CPU properly seated? Remove the heatsink, clean the CPU and heatsink surfaces, reapply heatsink paste and carefully reseat the Heatsink.

Was the case full of dust, dirt and grime when you changed the PSU? Is there a caked layer of dust between the Heatsink and the heatsink fan?

Are all the cooling fans free of dust and grime and connected properly and are they cooling adequately?

Ideally in a gaming system, a fan should draw cool air low into the front of the case, another fan should draw dispersive cool air into the side of the case, a fan or fans should vent hot air out of the rear of the case. The CPU heatsink fan and power supply fans automatically vent hot air from the CPU and the PSU motor.

Any fans missing should be added to improve and optimize cooling efficiency.

Is there any caked dust and grime between the front panel and the metal chassis of the PC, disrupting airflow sucked in by the front cooling fan?

Are all the cables tidily cable-tied to minimise dust traps, hot air pockets (especially near devices that generate heat like the hard drive(s), optical drive(s) and graphics card and to minimize the restriction of air circulation.

Is the graphics card fan free of dust?

Place the PC on its side. Disconnect the PSU and connect it again starting only with the motherboard connection make sure all 24 pins are oriented correctly. If it is a 2 part connector make sure the 2 parts clip together correctly using the printed guide arrows on the side of the connector. Then connect the CPU power connector, the the HDD power connectors, then the graphics card power connector (if it has one).

Remove the small nickel-sized CMOS battery for 2 minutes then reinstall it, to clear the BIOS from the previous crashes.

Recoonect the power cord.

Then test the PC, leaving it open and flat down so you can easily see all parts of the pc.

If all is well, shut down, disconnect the mains power cord and connect the Optical Drive power connector and all the fans and the test the PC again to see if all the fans work and rotate at the correct speed.

If all is well, shut down, unplug, close the pc, reconnect and power up to test again.

Do not place the PC directly on the floor on a carpet with a thick pile as this can obstruct the inflow of cooling air from the floor-level front air intake. Place the pc on some sorm on platform like a plank of wood or cardbord to leave a cler gap for air to flow in

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My INTEL D845EPI/GVSR MOTHER BOARD IS OVER HEATING and shutdown in few second. what should i do?

Hi ,
Ventilation is essential , ad a fan if possible . Make sure cables are properly set to allow good air circulation . Check the memory modules , arent ' they overheating ? The psu needs to be powerfull enough , otherwise , it can over heat . Open the tower after having disconnected the power cord and check each element , including the CPU , with your fingers to find where something could be wrong .
Best regards ,
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Hi - I'm looking for an Instruction Manual for an Integrated Oven HJA3650. This can be branded Lamona / Diplomat / Beko (and is made for B&Q / Argos etc). Can you help please

Operators Manual
Circulating Bath withDigital Controller
rev. A
Table of Contents
Section 1. General Information
1.1 Unpacking
1.2 Package Contents
1.3 Description of Circulating Bath
1.4 Specification
1.5 Circulating Bath Fluid Connections To External Apparatus
Section 2. Operation
2.1 Location
2.2 Filling the Reservoir
2.3 Reservoir Fluids
2.4 Circulator Pump
2.5 Closed Loop Circulation
2.6 Power
2.7 Setting Temperature
2.8 Setting the High Limit
2.9 Setting the Safety Thermostat
2.10 Operation of Refrigerated Models
2.11 Operation of Heat-Only Models
2.12 Selection of Celsius or Fahrenheit Readout
2.13 Optimization of Controller
2.14 Controller Display Messages
Section 3. Maintenance
3.1 Heater
3.2 Pump Motor
3.3 Condenser and Air Vents (Refrigerated Models)
3.4 Cleaning
3.5 Maintaining Clear Bath Water
Section 4. Troubleshooting
4.1 Unit Disabled - Service Required
4.2 No Pumping
4.3 Insufficient Pumping
4.4 No Cooling or Insufficient Cooling
4.5 No Heating
4.6 Insufficient Heating
4.7 Triac Failure
4.8 Controller Default Settings
Section 5. Service and Technical Support
Section 6. After-sale Support
Section7. Warranty
Section 1. General Information
1.2 Unpacking
Your circulator is shipped in a special carton. Retain the carton and all packing materials until the unit
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operation. Beyond one week, your unit may be warranty repaired, but not replaced. If the unit is
damaged or does not operate properly, contact the transportation company, file a damage claim and
contact the company where your unit was purchased.
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All TC-101D TC-201D TC-501D
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Operators Manual 110-119
3/16in., 1/4in., and 3/8in. Nylon Barbed Tubing Adapters 510-011
6 ft. of 1/4in. ID Latex Tubing 300-299
Beaker Platform(s) for Bath Reservoir — 600 ml 701-402 701-402 (qty 2) 701-402
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Deck Lid(s) — solid 510-209 510-209
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My acer wont turn on it just died while my girlfriend was watching a movie and the main power supply was plugged in so i know the battery didnt die

It might be the motherboard problem. Else i dont see a chance in sudden death of laptop. Or its a temporary problem due to overheating. Make sure your laptop is properly ventillated i.e there is enough space around the air outlet for the circulation of hot air.

If its not restarting, then your motherboard might have gone faulty. Sorry for that..!! If in warranty period, contact the company, they should replace it.

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the problem was not the power supply, if you had a green light before.

motherboards will not start up if the motherboard (northbridge) gets too hot. This is to save your CPU from overheating. Make sure that the CPU fan is on, and you can leave your case open, and not in your closet, to stay cool long enough to order a more efficient case with circulation. You probably upgraded graphics cards too? The new ones run hot.

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My computer keeps turning on and off. I thought it might be an overheating problem and so i cleaned up my fan and i didn't see any change. It is not also a problem from the battery from the charger or...

The reason why it shuts off when you put it on the floor is because there is a lack of circulating air. Laptops easily overheat if they are not raised up to circulate properly. On your lap, there is more circulation...because it's not a flat fixed surface. To check and see if it's an overheating problem, you need to enter the BIOS and check the clocking time. You are correct, however, typically 9 times out of 10 when it keeps resetting it's an overheating problem OR a virus.

Laptops are difficult to troubleshoot hardware without completely disassembling the entire laptop and I wouldn't attempt to explain to you here how to do that. I would suggest seeing a technician. I doubt highly that it would be a major issue with the motherboard in a laptop unless someone messed with it. There is a setting in there as well that can be changed, but again major hardware disassembly to reach the motherboard.

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You need to find out what was replaced by repairer as it sounds as if the processor is shutting down due to overheating, so check for air circulation problems, or the motherboard is failing.

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