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To eliminate a dishwasher problem, run a heavy 3 pronged extension cord from a known working outlet to the dishwasher and plug the dishwasher into the cord. If you still have no power (dishwasher is not showing any signs of life) then it is a dishwasher problem (circuit board, bad connection from dishwasher cord to dishwasher, etc).
If the dishwasher actually shows signs of life, then you may have a tripped breaker. Check the breaker to make sure it is on and that the tab is not either in the center or the off position. Also, try moving the dishwasher cord's plug from the outlet it is currently in to another outlet in the under sink area. There is a chance that the plug got switched from the normal outlet to the outlet that controls the garbage disposal, that outlet should only be hot when the disposal wall switch is flipped to the on position.
You said it doesn't blow air - but does it show any sign it is getting power such as a pilot light or LCD display? If not:
First, check the power outlet - is it live? Does the plug fit securely? No extension cord, right?
Second, plug the unit into another outlet - preferably the one where it worked before, if it's not too far away. Don't use an extension cord.
Third, let it sit for 24 hours. Sometimes moving a portable unit can require a waiting period before use.
Fourth, check all the access panels to make sure they are snug. Sometimes they have microswitches that shut off power when opened. Moving the unit could have dislodged one.
please follow this steps and fix it. God bless you The power cord is disconnected or there is no power to the outlet.
Check the cord and outlet.
The protection circuit is activated.
Unplug the power cord and plug it back in.
There may be loose strands of wire touching the back of the receiver and triggering the protection circuit.
Remove any excess wire from behind the receiver.
If the window unit you are talking about is an air conditionner(sorry, it does not say it in the text), you must remember that an air conditionner needs far more amperage than a light or a freezer or both. Have you tried to plug the window unit alone directly into an outlet and not in a power cord? Let me know if these suggestions helped! Good luck.
first make sure there is power to the outlet if it is agfi outlet push the reset button if it clicks its working but inany case plug something in to the same prongs that you know works(eg; lamp,radio,etc to make sure it is working. If it doesn't work go to the circuit breaker and look for a breaker that is not in the on position and turn it off the turn it on to reset it. If the outlet works,check the power cord for cuts fraying or any signs of damage and replace it if it is damaged. if the cord looks fine, check tho door switch(usually a pressure switch that must be fully depressed for the machine to start working. also is ther a power light on the unit? is it a top load or front load? what brand and model # is it?
This motor should still be running the 2 magnetos under the flywheel. There should be a wire connected to both sets of points which comes out from under the flywheel looking like a light cord. If you touch these two together, the motor dies. (job of the key switch_) So your key switch is faulty or wired wrong. The two terminals labled (M) should be connected to these.
It appears that your power supply is fine (you still get a power light) however your internal game board has a problem. I realize you said that you have eliminated all the other components (very smart process of elimination) so the only thing that has not been swapped is the console itself. I think you've already come to the conclusion that the N64 needs to be repaired, and you just need to hear it from someone else. Unfortunately, the console needs to be repaired. Again, you did a great job isolating the problem, so you've done all the hard work.