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I have a 1988 dodge dakota with a 2.2 l litre 4 cylinder there is a noise in the engine that makes it sound like a diesel . i pulled the rocker cover off and checked the cam shaft lobes all looked good ....


it sounds as if you have piston wrist pin noise/not good!/run a compression test-all cylinders should keep same compression +/- 5 to 10 psi/not sure what cylinders shouuld average?say 90 psi refer to shop manuel specs.GOOD LUCK WITH THAT!

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HP Deskjet D4100 1) The arrow pointing down near the power switch is flashing. Printer will not print. 2) The printer goes "offline" Paper is not jammed, have unplugged/plugged. rebooted numerous...


First, here is a link for the troubleshooting your printer: https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-deskjet-d4100-printer-series/501868

I always go the the manufacturer website to download drivers. I also just had a similar problem on our printer at church. Two people looked and looked after pulling a jammed paper out of the printer. I looked a few times, opened the 2 back doors, the front door, removed the paper trays and looked, opened the side door, and looked again. Each time the printer said jam. I got a flashlight and looked everywhere again, nothing. Still said jam. I looked one more time in above where the paper trays go, and under a piece of plastic just barely visible at just the right angle was a tiny scrap of paper, not much bigger than a quarter. I managed to get it out and all works fine. Possibly you may have something like this going on?

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Open the door, at the top of the recessed door opening you will see two round plastic caps. Remove these and you will see screw behind that you have to remove. Some models the caps are on the right and left hand sides. Slide the top towards the back after removing screws and the top will lift off. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists

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I looked at thermal fuse looked ok like a piece ofsraight caulkin


the thermal fuse can look good but shorted inside. take clip leads and jump it out. sometime they ohm out but cant carry voltage

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look under the spare tire cover, should be on under side of cover, options are in alph. order. S.R. Peace

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