Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your vent tube to make sure it is clear. It is probably getting to hot because there is no ventilation to the outside. When you have the front off, check all the way from the lint filter to the outsid of the house.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
There is probably dust trapped in the air vents and around the CPU fan, the best way to clear it is to turn the machine off, get a can of compressed air and give short blast through the air vents.
The CPU fan is usually located under the laptop and give a couple of blasts through that too.
Once your happy that all the dust is removed you can turn the laptop on again and it should stay on for much longer.
The cooling pad won't make any difference if the issue is dust.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Check the fuse for the fan and you could test to see if you have a voltage running to the fan when the car starts to overheat. If you have no power to the fan then trace the wore and see if you cant find the problem. If you have power then the fan motor is most likely bad.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Hi Joe, I'm Al the owner of Big As Auto Repair
Joe, this is a hard one to help you with because without diagnosing what it shutting down the we are basically guessing. I want promise anything but I'll surely give it a try. The biggest problem with a hot dyeing problem and then it restarts OK when cold is that this is most of the time a loose connection or something going bad. If in fact it could be a loose connection it could be anywhere. Here's what happens, when it gets hot the wire if its a wire will pulls apart and lose contact and when it cools down it will retract and make contact again. Here is something to try. Start the engine and tap on the engine controller and see if the engine dyes. If it does then first check all the connectors and wires before condemning the controller. If nothing happens at the controller perform a wiring wiggle test and see if it dyes. If in fact it does dye in a certain area then pull the wires apart in that area and also check the connectors that close to that area. NOW, if nothing happens with the wiring and controller then you could possibly have a fuel pump that's getting hot a shutting down. You'll need to check this with a fuel gauge to see if the fuel is shutting off. For further assistance go to my website. Have an awesome day Joe. Auto Repair
Posted on Feb 15, 2015
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