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No power to pioneer radio in a 1993 chevy silverado, installed new radio in truck and can not get it to come on. all fuses are good, returned radio, got a new one, same problem. any help?

If fuses are good the hot or ground wire has an open (broken wire). Try a visual for a broken or disconnected red or black wire.
The red wire should have 12 volts when the key is turned on.

Mar 17, 2014 | 1991 Ford F250


Automobile Radio Secuity Code

Tired of searching for your vehicle in dash receiver security code after the battery has been disconnected? Here is a simple device that will keep that from happening.
You will need a cigarette lighter plug, a 9 volt battery snap-on connector, and a standard 9 volt battery. The snap-on connector can be retrieved from an old smoke alarm. Solder the connector to the two wires from the cigarette lighter plug; Making sure the polarity is correct ( + to + and - to - ). The center tip of the plug is positive and the two outside springs are negative. A piece of shrink tubing slipped over each wire before soldering makes a neat and safe connection. Connect a fresh 9 volt battery to the snap-on connector. When the vehicle's battery needs to be disconnected; Plug the device into the cigarette lighter before the battery is detached and power will be maintained to the radio.This eliminates the need to input a security code.

on Feb 27, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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We have a Zannusi zdc37100W tuble dryer, it wont stay on, we have cleaned filters emptied tanks etc. I suspect the sensor is broken or blocked. Error code 5 red 1 green is being displayed

Although I admit not having worked on this brand; the problem seems to be with the "snap disc" thermostat!
It is cylander shaped with 2 wings that have screw holes. Its silver side faces toward the heating coil when mounted with 2 machine screws. 2 wires are attached on the "black side" facing you.
These disc are for your protection.
They prevent the "heating coil" from raising the internal temperature of the dryer above 248 degrees F.
They re activate the coil when it cools to 80 degrees F.
It should be located above the top of the "heating coil housing".
1)Disconnect the power supply
2)Locate the Snap Disc
3)Remove the 2 "quick connect" wires from the flat electrical contacts on the Snap Disc.
4) Remove the 2 mounting screws (careful not to drop them inside the dryer)
5)Remove the old Snap Disc & Replace it wilt a new one.
6)Mount new Snap Disc with the 2 mount screws.
7)Connect the two wires with the quick connect fittings onto the flat electrical contacts.
8)Put all access covers, lids,clips or anything else you removed to gain access to the Snap disc back where they belong.
"Make sure that no bare electrical contacts com into contact with anything that you put back"
"Don't (pinch) a wire during this process!)
Note: You can order your part from a variety of places.
Have ready before calling: The Make, The Model # The Serial # (just in case they ask for it) of your dryer.
Have The old Snap Disc in your hand so you can give them the part #.
Most "Home Use" clothes Dryers that work on 220 volts use a
Snap Disc "Labeled": L248-80 F
Good Luck! Ihope this helps!

Oct 26, 2013 | Zanussi ZDC37100W Electric Dryer

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New 1969 vw generator worked for a while, now no voltage output.

Sounds like you fried it. 17VDC is way over the limit of 15.5VDC and you may have also over heated your battery. Check the battery water level and if ok, have the battery load tested. Generator may be under warranty, if you don't tell them about the bad regulator, but since they probably supplied both, give it a try anyway. Also have the one on your VW tested off the car and if they can also the regulator. Would be a good idea to also check your wiring for broken wires between the regulator and generator.

Oct 06, 2012 | Electrical Supplies

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My 1991 mitsubishi eclipse does not have spark the coil has power going into it but none coming out tried two other coils and the same thing

The other two coils you tried were they new or used and how do the wires connect to the top of the coil do they bolt on or is it a snap on cap? If it is a snap on type replace it with a new one. It may not be making propper contact with the connectors in side the cap. There should be at least 12 Volts going to the coil. Also replace the high tention wire from coil to distributer cap. Good Luck and have a good XMASS.

Dec 20, 2010 | 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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305 engine --The volts gage is dropping-- HELP

The gauge could be wrong,it could be defective,have the alternator checked,at the battery,it should read from 13.65 volts to 14.25 volts with the head lights on,and the ac blower on high,with the engine running.If the alternator is new,check for 12 volts at the back of the alternator with engine off,if there is not 12 volts on the large wire,on the alternator,then the circuit is broken somewhere.Just install a new wire,of equal or larger size.Leave the original wire on the alternator,and just add a new wire,larger would be better if possible,and run it from the alternator,to the positive side of the battery,it will fix the problem.

Mar 23, 2010 | 1983 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Just installed new steam shower, it produces steam for about 5 minutes and then blows the fuse

Based from your comments, a new steam shower that blows the fuse in five minutes. You could have installed a new steam shower that is much bigger than what you previously have.
1. For a 5000 watts steam shower at 220 volts
power must have a fuse rating of 40 amps, supply
wires of at least No. 6 AWG Type THW ; and at
110 volts a fuse rating of 80Amps, supply wires
of at least No. 2 AWG type THW.
2. For a 4000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 30 amps,
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG type THW. At 110volts
60 amps, Supply wires : No. 4 AWG Type THW
3. For a 3000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 20 amps
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG type THW; At 110volts
Fuse: 40 amps, Supply wire: No. 6 AWG THW
4. For a 2000 watts at 220 volts, Fuse: 15 amps
Supply wire: No. 10 AWG THW and at 110 volts
Fuse: 30 amps, Supply wire: No, 8 AWG THW

Nov 27, 2009 | Hammering

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30 volts coming out of generator

sounds to me like a grounding issue. I would check all my ground paths and look for poor connection or corroded contacts, broken or almost broken wires etc. Hope this helps :)

May 19, 2009 | McCulloch 3500-Watt Gas Generator #...

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Grundig YB400PE broken antenna

Unfortunately, your description of the problem means that your radio must be taken apart to be fixed. Replacement antennas can be found purchased. It would require installing the new antenna and most likely soldering it to the broken wire. Do you have a picture?

Apr 05, 2009 | Grundig YB 400PE AM/FM/SW Radio

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Installing new radio

Factory in-dash wire harness that
snaps into the factory radio.
using an optional snap on wire harness adapter will simplify the wiring. Most snap on
wire harness adapters have already converted and color coded the wires from the auto
makers in dash wire harness to match typical aftermarket radio wire colors.
** The wire colors listed in the chart above are typical for these vehicles during these years
but may not be the exact colors for this vehicle. This is another reason to use a snap on
wire harness adapter. **
Typical Honda/Acura "Typical" New Radio
Pin What It Is In Dash Wire Color Equivalent Wire Color
A Right Rear Spkr (+) Red w/ Yellow Stripe Purple
B Left Rear Spkr (+) Blue w/ Yellow Stripe Green
C Power Antenna Trigger Brown w/ White Stripe Blue or Blue w/ Wht Stripe
D +12 Volt Ignition Wire Yellow w/ Red Stripe Red
E Right Rear Spkr (-) Brown w/ White Stripe Purple w/ Black Stripe
F Left Rear Spkr (-) Gray w/ White Stripe Green w/ Black Stripe
G Ground Wire Black Black
H Do Not Use
I Do Not Use
J +12 Volt Battery Wire White w/ Yellow or Blu Stripe Yellow
K Dash Light Dimmer Wire Orange
L Left Front Spkr (+) Blue w/ Green Stripe White
M Right Front Spkr (+) Red w/ Green Stripe Gray
N Do Not Use
O Left Front Spkr (-) Gray w/ Black Stripe White w/ Black Stripe
P Right Front Spkr (-) Brown w/ Black Stripe Gray w/ Black Stripe

Dec 26, 2008 | 1990 Honda Accord

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