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What's your problem?The horn won't work, the light that is supposed to go on when you open the doors won't work, the cigarette lighter won't work, and the head unit won't work


on 1987 all you mentioned are on same fuse #11 located in fuse box below steering wheel 3rd row 3rd fuse from left next to either a blank space if you do not have power windows,or next to silver circuit breaker if you do have power windows.

May 23, 2012 | 1987 Chevrolet Camaro

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1996 buick riviera heater blower won't run. I jumped the motor and it runs. Turn on the switch and it won't run


you have a piece of solder broken off the controller of your hvac unit, causing power not to get to the blower motor it self. take test light and see if you have power at the blower motor. check and see if you have continuty or brake between the power wire at the blower motor and at the hvac control unit. if wires are good then the problem will lie in the hvac control unit. check and see if the blower is working at all speeds, if it works on some speeds thens the blower motor resistor.

Sep 29, 2011 | 1996 Buick Riviera

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My sgx is locked up and won't do anything - won't


Remove the battery and the unit will shut down. Wait 1 minute, install battery and the unit should power up and work as normal.

Sep 18, 2011 | SkyGolf SkyCaddie Handheld GPS Unit

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IT Won't power up.


Possible failure of the main power supply unit which is a switch mode power supply.( SMPS).
You need to disconect the power supply to the printer and open the panel to check the SMPS unit.

Please check on the link below for tips to check the SMPS unit. If this is not possible check with a power supply unit to confirm before you order.


http://www.fixya.com/support/r5826301-working_switch_mode_power_supplies

Jul 29, 2011 | Kyocera Mita FS-C5016N Printer

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DVD player won't eject and an u99 error code is displayed.


Hello
It is an internal circuit problem.

The unit fails to operate properly. Press [POWER] on the main unit to switch the unit to
standby. Now press [POWER] on the main unit again to turn the unit on.
OK

Jun 10, 2011 | Panasonic DMRES30V DVD Recorder/VCR Combo

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LG RH2T80 HDD/DVD recorder dvd tray won't shut we have turned off the power and at the power point but it still won't shut. It sounds like something is locking or jaming. It goes a 1/3 of the way...


This is a common problem on this model LG RH2Txxx DVD Recorder unit.
Source and install a new DVD player/burner unit - cost approx $120.
Avail from :- http://spares.bigwarehouse.com.au/product_info.php?cPath=24759_24831_81108&products_id=1546447&s=lg%20rh2t250&n=1&pcid=2274323

Easy to self instal with basic repair knowledge (+ philips screwdriver).
Remove top cover screws and cover,
Unclip front plastic front cover, roll out of way,
Remove 4 mount screws of DVD player/burner unit,
Unplug ribbon cable and DC power connection to DVD unit.
Install new unit by reverse of above procedure.

Jun 04, 2011 | LG DR787T DVD Recorder

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Power went out briefly and now the unit won't come back on. Is there a reset button?


unit may have power saver box and until you either open unit and manualy engauge contactor or call your local power company it wont start.It has to feed power off unit to start

Jun 04, 2011 | Weather King 10AJA6001AH Air Conditioner

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