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Cookrobert- you have to determine wich wire is the common wire in the box (house). Look in the box and see wich two wires ore in the same sleave. (These will be your travelers, (more than likely a black and a red) the wire that is in its own sleave (black)with a white tied to other whites is the common. Now the dimmer will tell you wich wire is commom. Tie the tow commons together. The green wire is ground if your house does not have ground , cap it and forget the green, if your house does have a ground (bare copper wire) then connect the green to the bare wires is the house box. Now your to travelers on the house side will tie to the two travelers on the dimmer side. Once you have found the traveller's on the house side and dimmer travelers they can be flip flopped. It dosnt matter. Just as long as they are the traveller's it will work. It sounds complicated but I'm sure you got this. I'm a 30 year electrician. (master).. I'll be looking for your update my friend. Good luck
problem with most outside lights are, they tend to get hard to open because they are outside, without being there to look at it, i would say that you need to get a ladder and look at the light and see if you can see the threads on any of the knobs, then if you do gently use a pair of plyers to remove the knobs, hope this helps
Try this, Loosen the two bolts that holds the front master cylinder onto the handlebars. Slide the master cylinder as close to the right handlebar switch housing as possible. If that doesn't extinguish the light, your front brake light switch is probably broken.
To change the switch, you'll have to open the right handlebar switch housing by removeing the two bolts that holds it together, take the throttle and idle cables loose and get the lower housing loose from the handlebar. The switch is held into the inner face of the housing by a single screw. Take the switch loose and desolder the two wires leading to it. Replace the old switch with a new one and solder the original wires to the new switch. Reassemble the throttle assembly and the switch housing. Check the throttle for proper operation. Make sure the throttle "snaps" shut when you release the throttle grip. Improper assembly or adjustment of the throttle cables can cause the loss of control of the motorcycle resulting in serious injury or death.
Problem 1. Fan will not start. Probable Cause 1. Fuse or circuit breaker blown. 2. Loose power line connections to the fan, or loose wire connections in the switch housing. 3. Reversing switch in neutral position.
Suggested Remedy 1. Check main and branch circuit fuses or circuit breakers. 2. Check line wire connections to fan and switch wire connections in the switch housing. 3. Make sure reversing switch position is all the way to one side.
WARNING: Make sure main power is turned off.
Problem 2. Fan sounds noisy. Probable Cause 1. Blades not attached to fan. 2. Loose screws in motor housing. 3. Screws securing fan blade flanges to motor hub are loose. 4. Switch housing binding against the blade hub. 5. Wire connectors inside switch housing rattling. 6. Screws holding blades to flanges are loose.
Suggested Remedy 1. Attach blades to fan before operating. 2. Check to make sure all screws in motor housing are snug (not over-tight). 3. Check to make sure the screws which attach the fan flanges to the motor hub are tight. 4. Check to make sure that the switch housing does not bind against the blade hub. 5. Check to make sure wire connectors in switch housing are not rattling against each other or against the interior wall of the witch housing. 6. Tighten screws securely.
WARNING: Make sure main power is turned off.
Problem 3. Fan wobbles Probable Cause 1. Setscrew in motor coupling is loose. 2. Setscrew in the hanger ball/downrod assembly is loose. 3. Screws securing fan blade flanges to motor hub are loose. 4. Fan blade flanges not seated properly. 5. Hanger bracket and/or outlet box is not securely fastened. 6. Fan blades could be out of balance.
Suggested Remedy 1. Tighten the setscrew in the motor coupling. 2. Tighten the setscrew in the hanger ball/downrod assembly. 3. Check to be sure screws which attach the fan blade to motor hub are tight. 4. Check to be sure the fan blade flanges seat firmly and uniformly to the surface of the motor hub. If flanges are seated incorrectly, loosen the flange screws and retighten. 5. Tighten the hanger bracket screws to the outlet box, and/or secure outlet box. 6. Interchanging an adjacent (side-by-side) blade pair can redistribute the weight and result in smoother operation.
WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY TURN OFF POWER AT FUSE BOX OR CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR FAN!!!
You should have a full function remote control that does this for you. It probably wasn't programmed into your unit. I'd check your manual for the information. I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but feel free to ask me further question's if need be. Sometimes you can set these units manually above the light (in between the blades on the housing), but I'm not sure about this particular unit. But I do know it's a 3 - speed fan unit, and is normally ran from the remote control unit. Good Luck to you, and feel free to ask any further questions that you may have. - Jim
Nokia E71 Housing Fascia Replacement Faceplate Cover, Restore your ... or alternatively use the corresponding tools to change it by yourself.) Package include: Full Housing Replacement Cover for Nokia E71
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call corporate and make jiffy lube pay to repair.... the blue wire is original equip or alarm or ?...code check the vehicle to find what it says it is... free at local aout parts houses.... get underneath adn check for areas they disturbed for failed loose connection.. check battery grounds and even fuel cap for anything loose... too many possibilities yes..advise
a wire has disconnected, you have to take ds apart again (not fully) just so you have access to motherboard with black and white wires showing. look to where the black wire is fixed on and below that to the edge of the board you will see a tiny piece of see-through plastic with black lines through it, (mine had come loose and i had fastened ds up whilst it was curved underneath board). you should also see there a slot approx 2mm at most with 3 / 4 bronze/gold prongs ( very much like smaller version of the large wide wires and slots they fasten into) you dont have to flip anything up to get this wire in or out, just slot in carefully (i used tweezers) as far as will go, making sure you dont disturb placement of any other wires. now put shell back on and before you put screws in just switch ds on to see if problem is solved. hopefully ! mine worked fine after this.