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No output on the master but there are output on group and aus out


broken faders...bad muting fet on master buss, dirty insert jack on stereo buss...could be a lot of things, last drive stage to output, got hot neutral feedback on snake and blew the final stages...

Nov 13, 2013 | Peavey 16FX 16 Channel Mixer

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Trying to find a manual


1) Copy following link for sprinkler timer links:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#sprinkler

2) Add comment March 2013 and describe timer in detail.
This will let me search files for same-similar timer, and find manuals that might be same-similar

3) Old timers, especially digital timers, are sometimes easier replaced with new.

Mar 07, 2013 | Hardware & Accessories

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WHY WONT MY GENERAL ELECTRIC MODLE #WCXH208VOWW SPIN


Hi Darryl

Usually won't spin until water is drained to a low level.

Wont drain possibly because of blockage or pump blocked or stuck. (A Common Problem in Washing Machines)

So... As for further Troubleshooting
Process of elimination.
Where is Time Wheel set and what does it require to advanced to next stage.

Think of it as a Rotating Timer Switch stopping at each stage to check conditions.
The stages are controlled by sensors like "High Water Level"
The Sensor could be a simple Float Switch... eg. "High Water"

If water is High... Dont allow door to open and don't allow spin.
But do allow Pump to run.
It's all Plain Logic like used in computers (If, Then, Else)

Also Known AsTruth Tables

Good Luck
Truth Table Examples

Jan 04, 2013 | Washing Machines

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I have to turn the master switch all the way on to hear the music and then my microphones are too loud


Watch videos on YouTube about proper setup of a mixer/amplifier. Proper level setting at the different stages of the mixer is important to balance. You don't give us a clue as to what music you are talking about... if it is from a device plugged into the tape inputs for instance, the fault is your source is NOT providing adequate line-level to those jacks and you are trying to compensate with the master level. The master level should probably be around60% up in normal operation.

Oct 29, 2011 | Yamaha EMX512SC Powered Mixer 500 Watts...

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I cannot see my external harddrive


Check step by step I hope you will done:
1. First of all set jumper setting where you want to place it there are four stages i.e. (i) Primary Master which you already have.(ii) Primary Slave. (iii) Secondary Master. (iv) Secondary Slave. Most of Hard Disks have Jumper table on it. (2) Check Bios Setup where you can see parameters of Hard disk if automatically deducted by the Bios.
NOW if you already have done above mentioned steps, check the data cable which is also named ribbon or flexible cable which might be cracked elsewhere. Change the same, you will done. INSHALLAH.

Oct 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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What do two snow flakes on the left side of the control display mean on a Robert Shaw 9420 thermostat?


The double snowflake means that the second stage cooling is on. (One snowflake indicates first stage cooling.) This gives a greater temperature change in extremely hot conditions with than you could get with a single cooling medium and drier air in your home.
From the patent: A two stage cooling system in which the first stage's cooling affect is transferred to the second stage through direct contact with an oil-like material. The oil-like material is cooled by direct contact with water which has been evaporatively cooled. The oil-like material is then utilized to cool the air stream prior to the second stage evaporative cooling. The use of an oil-like material in the first cooling stage of evaporative cooling allows a relatively dry air stream to be produced so as to fully capitalize upon the evaporative cooling affect of the second stage cooler.

The second stage comes on if your system hasn't reached the desired temperature at the thermostat within a programmed length of time (5 minutes is a usual setting). BTW: Your system also has two stage heating.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jul 07, 2010 | Shaw Robert RS-9420 Thermostat

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Roper RAS8244LQ Water Level Problem


There is a water level switch that has a tube that is probably disconnected or pinched or damaged in some way.

You can find the part as well as information at partselect.com.

If you need more help, post a comment.

Thanks,

Tim

Dec 29, 2008 | Roper RAS8244LQ Washer

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Behringer djx700 mixer volume comes from left side only master volume looks like it was gained to max and blown the pre amp i am pressuming how can i fix it and is it the pre amp adjusts master and...


Hi danjan

Sounds like you have a faulty master level control, or dry solder joints connecting it. There are a few things that you can do to sure this. .
  1. Pop the unit apart so you can get access to the control solder side of the printed Circuit Board.
  2. First, visually check the soldering to the control where it connects to the board,
  3. If soldering to it looks ok, then try a squirt of CRC 2-26 contact cleaner lubricant into the internals of the master control.
  4. Before replacing it you need to be sure that the pot is faulty is to look for audio in the center wiper of connection of the control. You will need some test gear to pursue this level of diagnosis
  5. If you have audio in and out from the pot, then there is a failure after the pot in the summing amplifier stages. No audio into the pot points to the stage prior to it.
If you have no experience with this sort of repair work to high density surface mount circuitry, then I strongly urge you get an audio tech to have a look at it for you;:) This sort of repair expect to set you set you back $40-80 across my workbench, depending on what needed to be done. Good Luck

regards
robotek

Oct 21, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Asko 12605 overheating the wash water


(even not taking in hot water when filling before the wash stage which seems good)

The washer fills with cold water then heats it up 3 degrees a min. Your problem does sound like a faulty thermostat. Especailly if the glass door does get hot even if it is on 85f.

May 29, 2008 | Asko Washing Machines

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Mackee PPM808M 1200 How to set the equalizer


Each channel strip has its own 3 band EQ with knobs that effect the hi, mid, and low.

The mid is centered at 2.5kHz and gives you 12dB of boost or cut in either direction, the high gives you 15dB of boost or cut from 12kHz and up, while the low gives you 15dB of boost or cut at 80kHz and below. At their mid positions these knobs are flat (no cut or boost).

The PPM808M also has two 9 band graphic EQs in the Master Output Section on the front panel, Monitor EQ and Main EQ. These two EQs are the last thing in the chain before the signal leaves the mixer on either of these line outs (monitor line out, or mixer line out).

The 'Monitor EQ' effects output to the monitor speakers on stage (and power amplifier if the 'Power Amp Routing' switch is pushed in).

The 'Main EQ' effects the signal to the main speakers (or the mixer line out).

Each of these 'Master Output' EQs has a Rumble Reduction button which when pressed in engages a low-cut filter which rolls off frequencies below 75Hz and is designed to prevent 'stage rumble' from things like footsteps on the stage being picked up by stage mics. These filters are separate from the graphic EQs and the Main Rumble Reduction switch effects only mono channels 1-6 (not stereo channels 7&8). It also has no effect on the EFX to MAIN or the TAPE IN. The Monitor Rumble Reduction switch however does effect the EFX to MON signal.

Dec 31, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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