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Loosing volts coming out of the control box somewhere between the control box and the motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can repair some of these remotes. Usually the hard part is getting the cover off. they are not really made to be serviced. The problem with most all remotes that start doing what you describe is either wear or something spilled on it. You can fix it. Sony remotes may have 1 screw in the battery compartment. remove it and try sliding the front and back. If that dosen't work try prying from one side with a sharp edege. If you do manage to get it open take the PC board out. You will see a rubber like membrane that lays against the board. Try cleaning that with a qtip and rubbing alcahol. Then clean the PC board the same way especially where the pads of rubber contact the board. Make sure it's completely dry and snap it back together. If it works better good, if not the pads are to worn and you just have to replace. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: Loosing pressure sensitivity
I have a similar issue. I am on Windows XP (32 bit), using Photoshop CS3 and a Wacom Intuos 3. The pen will work fine for a day, maybe 1/2 a day, and then out of nowhere, it will lose pressure sensitivity. When I shut down the computer and close Photoshop at the end of the day it ALWAYS loses pressure sensitivity, and I get an error message saying that the "there is a problem with your tablet driver" and to reboot my computer, and reinstall the drivers. The problem is, when I reboot, there is still no pen pressure, and I have installed the most current driver no less than 5 times, and nothing works. I've figured out I can go delete the preference file for the Wacom tablet and then re-input all my settings in the Wacom Preferences window. Sometimes this fixes it, sometimes I need to open Photoshop, then re-input the Wacom Preferences, and then reboot Photoshop.
SURELY there is a way I can get my tablet working without having to jump on one foot and rub my belly and pat my head and and and...??
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Yes, what I believe you have, is a loose drive belt. this can be due to several things,1st, the drive tensioner spring may be broken, 2nd,the drive belt tensioner pivot arm may need lube, or the belt is worn out.
You did not mention the hydro making noise(whining) if that were the case i would have you check to see if the brake were sticking.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: when first start my husqvarna
Hi, it sounds like the hydrostatic drive is getting too hot. Remove the battery and battery cradle and clean all grass and debris from around the hydrostatic drive and cooling fins. Also check the fan wheel on the hydro is not damaged. Regards Phil.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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