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Lets review - - yes if the warning light is on because of the gas cap and that problem has been taken care of, the light may go off on its own in time. Or not. If the warning light is on because of something else, I doubt the engine is in danger of blowing up. The light is on because the computer has found something that will affect performance or emissions. It is a method to tell the driver not to drive the car and pollute the air. So yes take it to an auto parts store and get it scanned. They can tell you what the codes are and then turn the light off. Depending on the codes, the light may come back on.
it sounds that your tv has no audio/video input jack so you don't have place to insert the rca cable. what you need is an RF converter where you can hooked up the 3 cable wire for audio( L/R), video.then the other end you need to use an RF plug with wire that you can plug into the RF tuner of the tv and the other end to the RF converter.hope this can helped thanks for using the fixya.
Hi, The compressor is going bad or the unit is charged wrong... Whatever the cause the problem is the compressor locking up and blowing the fuses... Clean the condenser coil...maybe the pressures are going too high... If that don't work, then the compressor is shot or over charged...
Here is a tip that I wrote about how to clean your condenser
The number lock feature is enabled. You should see an indicator for the Num Lock (lit when on) that is next to the Caps Lock indicator.
You should be able to disable the lock by pressing Fn and Num Lock together on the keyboard. (On some Sony Vaio keyboards, type CTRL+ALT+NumLock or Shift+NumLock.) The number lock should be at the top of the keyboard near the F1-F12 keys. Sometimes the key is shared with the Scroll Lock function (otherwise it will be nearby). It's really easy for the Number lock to be enabled on some Sony keyboards; just some dirt between the keys can enable it when you didn't turn it on intentionally.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I don't have the VGP-WKB1 wireless Sony keyboard and can't find a good picture of it to find the Num Lock key for this model.)