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Re: use of water as fuel
Oddly enough, the answer to this question is YES! Once you break it down to hydrogen and oxygen you can power the car. That's the goal of Hydrogen powered cars.
Also you used to be able to buy a "hydrogenizer" in the old days. It was an "atomizer" which fit under your carborator. You put "water" in a canister which had a pump in it and was attached. You pushed a buttom and a mist of water would be injected into the engine. Increased compression and added a whopping 1/2 mile per gallon. Only thing was, it either blew out your rings or rusted the engine. Not a good idea.
Have you tried "neutronium"?
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Easy fix. Loosen the 10mm bolts on water pump pulley. Remove drive belt by using 15mm spanner on tensioner( draw the belt before removing, makes it easier to refit). Depending where u do it just undo the water pump bolts and let coolant drain. Remove pump, can sometimes need a knock to come off. Clean gasket surface and fit new pump with a little sealant and refit pulley and belt and tighten pulley bolts with belt on. It is easier to do without the fan in but that's optional. Should take a qualified mechanic about 45 mins to an hour, so expect around 2 hours for a novice. From memory maybe undo the power steering pulley (4 ten mm bolts) when the belt is on and take that off to, might be a bolt behind it. Hope this helps
how old is your unit?sometimes distortion is caused by interference,like motor or automobiles but that is minimal.connection of the antenna , cable and other connectors can also be the caused.if all these are not the cause, call a tech.the audio circuit is faulty.
the rca itc222 model is in shutdown node. when the processor detects one of 25 different conditions that might present a saftly issue the it shuts the set down this is characteristic of a blinking front led light. this is an idication that the main fuse is ok and that the processor is receiving power. the wheese sound hower is charteristic of a blown horizontal ouput transistor and a possible bad flyback situation. there are other condition that cause this THere ribbon connectors between boards that can be loose. if it was in the shop the first thing i would check would be the horizontal transistor. then we as technicians have a computer interface that we use to check error codes much like automobiles, As always be careful this television retains up to 320 volt even unpluged
Your set has gone into shutdown mode. THis set has a microprocessor that has detected a condition in one of 25 different cuircits that has presented a saffety issuse. so it has prevented turn on. This condition tells you that one your main fuse is still there and the processor is getting power. The most common causes of this shutdown are bad flyback transformer and horizontal output transistor has shorted, However it could be any of 25 different problems. Techniicans have a computer interface that read error codes much like that of a automobiles.
if it wasnt for the rca itc222 if wouldnt have nothing to do LOL.. seriously at the shop i do alot of these i guess that a good testomony for this set. this set has a processor that monitors about 20 to 25 different conditions. low voltage high voltage high current etc. loss of power. then if it sees a problem it shuts the set down for safety. the dificulty is dertermineing which one of these is the shutdownn condition. In the shop we have a computer interface much like an automobile to look up the error codes. in general though its a high voltage problem..l first look at the horizontal output transisor to see if it shorted. the flyback could be a problem too. those are the first thing i check. if the light flashes you can be assure of one thing its not a main fuse. the processor is getting power.
The rca itc222 chasis. I see alot of these sets in the shop. first question... does the front led flash green or come on at all. if so then that elemenates the "main fuse" the processor is recieving power and then it "sees" a problem then shuts the set down. The problem is with these set it can be one of about 25 different problems. Most of them involve the high voltage source. Technicians have a special computer interface much like a automobile to read" error code". that help them determine the problem. The only thing you can try is unplug the set for 30 min then try again to turn it on...