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If it's totally dead, the main fuse may have blown. However, since it was inconsistent before it went dead, it might lead me to think that you have a loose connection. Sometimes they heat, lose continuity, and then work again when they cool. A defective thermal protector might also cause this.
You need to
have the motherboard fixed, do to so you need to take the PS3 apart then reflow
the board. there is a
great 6part video guide on YouTube to view for free. 6 videos from the same
fellow, each video about 10mins long, goes over everything for you. http://www.youtube.com/user/gilksy1 and its free
unlike some eBook site. I actually
used the videos shown by this guy to fix about 30 PS3 units with no problems,
you just need a few things though like a heat gun and some thermal paste.
sounds hard, but it's very easy once you start! Hope this
helps in some way.
I have a MOTU 828 MK3 and have had trouble with the display lights not working on one of my units. I tried the unplugging and switching from 120 to 220 and back. Sometimes when I started it up it would come on and quickly go off or not even come on at all. I was using the unit by reading the numbers using a flashlight. One day I noticed the light undulating as if trying to come on and I just rubbed my finger over the light as if to try and coax it to come on. The next time I turned the unit on the light came on and stayed lit for the entire session. The light has only gone out one time since, after many sessions. The time it went out, I just rubbed the top of a finger over the display and it came on the next time the unit was started. I now make a habit of rubbing it every time I turn it on. It has not failed since. Sounds funny as it might just be my karma, but I think it more likely that it works because of a slight static charge that I create with the light rubbing of my finger. Just thought you might like to know. Doc Mason
It could be that there is a problem with the Thermostat\low voltage switching. Some heat pumps have reversing valves activated for cooling , sometimes for heating. Whoever installed this for you is totally responsible for your unit still. There can be a number of things going wrong, like no filter drier in stalled and sporatically clogging the refrigerant and making a lot of noise. Call the installer back.
Yup... electrical problem,,,, I'd start by checking body ground (only thing common to problems you listed) then, check sub-system power supplies for loose or corroded connections. Sometimes just unplugging and plugging back in is enough to get better contact, so pay attention to what you do and if something specific helps, take it apart again & clean it up better!
you need to adjust the motor. under the the rear window on the inside of the trunk there is three bolts holding it in. just move in small increments and test... do you have any lights on when this happens? like "convertable top"????? you have to reprogram it then.... let me know and i can guide you thru it
Sometimes too much dust around the heating elements can cause the heater to switch off to prevent a fire. Check for dust build up first. You can try using a can of compressed air that can be found at many electronic stores.