I think that I have a fairly simple problem on my hands. Simple as it may seem, I'm having a hard time trouble shooting it. I turned on my system one day, and I noticed that I was not getting the usually power that I usually get. Everything works, but the system seems like it has lost a lot of power. There isn't that immediate noticeable thump that I get, and I have the bass turned right down. I've never actually cranked this thing up like a lot of people do, so I'm assuming that nothing is blown. I can't figure this one out. Anyone have any ideas to the source of my problem. The items that I'm using it with are my satellite receiver with an optical cable, and my home computer with surround card. I've tried these items individually one at a time, and I still don't have the out power that I had before.
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In most cases if you are positive that you have power from 12volt and remote, the negative source is the culprit. It's best to double check power sources with a test light. I've had many times thinking my remote was good but found it not by connecting the 12volt source to both remote and positive for confirmation. Ground sources are often over seen as a problem but some metal parts are often coated so it's best to sand grounding surface before connecting. Trouble shooting seems difficult but with a simple test light you can run many test. Even including testing your if your channels are operating by watching the light flash to the music. Worst case, the amp is burnt. Hope this helps. GL
It could be something simple like one of the wires to the head has come off. With these older decks dirt gets inside switches and can cause the loss of a channel. Something as simple as cleaning the switches with Servisol switch cleaner can be done cheaply.
There is not a easy 5 simple step trouble shooting system for computers. BUT there is a trouble shooting flow chart for computers. Go to this WEB site for this trouble shooting flow chart. http://www.fonerbooks.com/pcrepair.htm
1. The smell of coolant in the interior most likely indicates a leaking heater core. Unless you possess a fair bit of mechanical aptitude, I wouldn't recommend that you try to do this job yourself. If you want to try an inexpensive "patch" you can try stop leak products from Bar's Leaks (www.barsleaks.com)
2. The sense of a loss in power steering could be as simple as a too low level of fluid in the pump or as complex as fluid bypassing worn piston(s) in the rack and pinion unit. As with #1 above, I think if I were you, I'd try some Lucas power steering conditioner and stop leak. I've had great luck in salvaging units with problems with their products.
That could be a number of things. Too much heat inside welder could also do this by creating more resistance in your leads. The easist place to start would be to take the cover off your welder and blow all the dust off your electronics so it has a way too cool properly. Make sure all power is disconnected before attempting this. Try this simple fix first. Any welding machine on the market can benefit from this simple preventative maintenance!
You broke the "hammer" you can open the housing and replace it, fairly simply. You can buy replacement parts at most large scale hardware or tool stores. The task takes about 10 min, and some simple hand tools.
This is a simple fix. The tools you need are: cresent wrench. You want to remove the shower hear off of the pipe coming from the wall. On the inside of the end off the shower head there should be a small plastic disk remove it. It will have a series of holes this is called a water saver. The holes get stopped up with minreals take a tooth pick and clean them out. I see this all the time. If that does not work it will be in the valve
is the fluid circulating well , you could see it through the power steering fuel level after removing the rod , if not then you got proplems with the pump ,if the fluid is circulating the the rack and union pistons may have ruined