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Disassemble the smps and then reconnect your smps.then on your machine.

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MSI P45 NEO Board does nothing when power1 is pluged in shows only a few red lights when its unplug from power1 there's power but no display


go to www.youtube.com/how_to_setup_front_panel_connectors

you mite have to re range the wording to get the front panel light setup
you mite have to use motherboard type, various type of word and to the point but they will be able to help you resovle the issue

ps if the photo on the screen diplay is correct, the words mite be on the motherboard, it mite be abbrivated but just remember try the connector one way if it doesnt work than flip it 180 degrees, the board should also give you the side of positive [+] side, you put the color wire to the [+] side most of the time. the photo shows you the placement of connector and the connector are printed on the cable match the colors of the board to the connectors

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The waln indicator blinks yellow when i turn my ps3 on and the green light turns yellow and then blinks red what sould i do?


You either have to send it back if it is under warranty or you can fix it your self. To do this you will need a heat gun, thermal paste, and a little time. You first need to remove the sticker seal on the side of the console. Please note that once you remove this you void any chance of being able to send it back to sony. Remove the cover and it should expose the top screws. On screw them all. You can then take off the top of the cosole. You should then see the blue ray drive and the power supply exposed. You need to remove the blue ray. It is not screwed in it is only attached by a little ribbon cord on the bottom. Slowly lift it up and push the black pin on the ribbon cord up on the console side of the ribbon cord to release it. Unscrew the wifi connection chip and follow the lead wire to the connection point on the board. This small cord just snaps on to the board like a button. Pull up on it to remove it. The same board that you disconnected the wifi cable from also needs to come off. It should have 3-4 screws on it. The power supply should be the only part left on the top side of the board. Unscrew it, grab it from both sides and lift straight up. It has two connection under it resembling a two prong plug that keeps it attached. You should be able to lift it straight off. once all this is removed you will then expose more screws for the bottom half of the board. Remove all of them. One screw will be slightly longer. Keep track of where it came from. Once all screws are removed you should be able to remove te board from the bottom portion of the plastic console. Once this is done flip it over to the fan side and disconnect the wire the connects the fan. Unscrew fan and remove it. flip the board over and remove the 4 screws in the center of the board. They are larger and unlike any other screws on the board and keep in place two metal pieces Once this is done you should be able to remove the metal housing to expose the green board on both sides. It some times takes a little effort due to the thermal paste sticking. Take a swab and alcohol and clean all the thermal paste from the CPU chips. Once this is done you it is time to break out the heating gun. Place the board flat on a flat surface and make sure the board is level. You will have to put a towel or board under unit to level it. The same CPU chips should be heated with the heating gun in a circular motion about an inch and a half away. Do not stop or get to close to board or you will fry chips. Do not move board also because your can shift chips out of place. Once you have heated each chip for about 15 seconds each let board rest for 30 minutes. Flip board over repeat the heating gun procedure on the back side of chips. Let board set again for 30 minutes. Once cooled reapply thermal paste to the top of CPU chips. the final step is reassemble. Plug unit in when done and enjoy!!

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No manual, looking to top up the oil in crankcase.


Take the two hex screws out of right side rear cover and remove the chrome cover. The clear lens is the oil level check. The oil filler is to the left of the clear lens oil check.
The oil filter is under the battery, and the oil drain plug is toward the back underside of the engine.

Warm engine and stand upright on centerstand to drain oil, let drain for 15 minutes.

I use Castrol Power1 GPS 4T 10W-40 in my air and oil cooled Suzuki. You will need 5 quarts when changing oil and filter. The link below has diagrams of the bike in exploded views.
http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-vl1500b-intruder-1998-2004-usa_model16311/partslist/
This site provides a review and all the specifications of the bike.
http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/roadtests/suzuki_intruder_1500_lc/index.html

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Hi lads , what oil should i use in 2004 ttr 600 engine


That's a can of worms...
I own a 1990 Suzuki DR650RS, big single four valve air cooled. 70,000k's. Just finished replacing a broken 3rd gear from when a broken part of kickstart spring broke off, entering gears!! I was pleasantly surprised to find all bearings, cam faces, gears, shafts etc all well within Service Manual tolerances...no other work was required. I have used Castrol since racing Ducati singles in early 70's and current best oil for my DR is POWER1 GPS 4T, a 10w-40. I have no problems of other riders regarding clutch drag or sticking after a few days idle. Very suited to high variances in temperature, typical of air cooled thumpers. Cheers.

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Recommended motor oil for a 2001 kawasaki KLX 300 motorcycle?


G'Day b shrum,
You can download a service manual for the bike here, (click on "free user") I checked the link working fine for now at least. Get a copy for yourself while the link is hot.
The Kawasaki shop manual suggest Engine Oil as SE Class SAE viscosity of 10W40, 10W50, 20W40, 20W50 Is really a subjective thing, use the oil that suits your riding conditions, and climate. 10w40 for lower temps, 20w50 for hotter heavier duty conditions. Thicker oil protects better, thinner oil makes you go faster :)
I suggest using any good quality synthetic oil engineered for motorcycles. The brands here are endless. Chose what you can afford, but always get good quality oil and change it and the oil filter every 1000 k's
regards robotek

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GE Potscrubber Quiet power1....horrible film left on dishes, especially plastic & tupperware


Hello,
The film is usually due to hard water.

If you have hard water, you need to use gel or liquid detergent only. Try that and use smaller amounts.

Also, you can try flushing out the pipes by using a product called Dishwasher Magic, which is sold at OSH.

Best of luck,
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Oil for yz 125


yes that will work BUT,i have a 03 660 raptor and all i use and recommend is yamahlube.

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Dryer won't start


I had the same exact PROBLEM. This was the solution. Find jkenned1 solution reference problems with the buttons. Follow the steps that he recommends however the following is different:

1. You will have to completely disconnect the front control panel from the rest of the dryer. You will have to detach the two bundles of wires from the "brain board". One bundle is connected to the board by a wide connector and the other is connected by a thinner connector. Both connectors are next to each other on the "brain board". Unclip these from the board. If you are computer savy, they connect the same way you connect your hardware to a mother board, you have to depress a tab on the connector and wiggle it free.

2. Once you have the front control panel completely separate from the rest of the dryer, you will have to remove the boards from the control panel housing. This is done by first removing the metal housing which connects the whole control panel to the dryer. I believe there are six screws (I used a socket driver).

3. Once the metal panel is removed, you will see two boards. Remove both boards by unscrewing them from the front control panel housing. They are screwed in by security screws so you may have to go to the hardware store to get the proper screw driver tip. (take the boards with you to show the hardware employee if you have to).

4. Once you remove the boards, you will see mineral stains or deposits (mine were white like calcium) on the boards, especially where the solder connections are. Take a tooth brush and some isopropyl alcohol and clean the mineral deposits off (I used a braun oral B electric tooth brush).

5. Reassemble and you should be back in business.

This would have cost me $464.00 to repair through SEARS. Their own repair person didn't know how to fix the problem other than replace the entire control panel. I am currently researching a way to waterproof the boards. Don't forget to unplug the dryer while you work on this.

This is very simple to do just take your time and be careful. It took me a total of 30 minutes start to finish.

Good Luck.

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Help?


Press & Hold the Power Button Down and without releasing the power button Press the Down Arrow Button 4 times and release both buttons..

OR

Press & Hold the Power Button Down and without releasing the power button Press the X mark Button once and release both buttons..

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