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Check charging unit. Are you getting the correct voltage at the plug o/p of the charger ?
Is the plug going all the way into the socket on the phone ?
Clean the inside of the socket, to remove any dust and fluff that my be there. I do not how best to do this, but be careful, maybe try "canned" (compressed air in a spray can) air, or a wooden or plastic toothpick ??
Otherwise, I would recommend taking it to a reputable repair shop or return to manufacturer (the latter if under warranty in all cases before you do anything)
Hi, first plug in another appliance, hoover etc to check if power is available at the socket, then, check / change fuse in the plug / try a suitable other lead with similar end socket, most are standard fitting, only then if you are confident/competent, remove back of TV where you will find another quick blow fuse
you will need to establish what the cause is if it is a factory fitted unit and your car 2002 or newer it will have diagnostic plug in the right hand foot well just under the dash this is called OBD2 socket a reputable garage will have the equipment to plug in and read the codes back from your car and should display your sub woofer problem, if this is self fitted then it a case of tracing your circuits and testing your amps good luck
Sorry but with such a fault it is virtually impossible for anybody on this FixYa forum to guess remotely what is wrong with your washer.
It could be internal wiring/plugs sockets, control panel switches, control unit etc.etc.
I fear that your only real option is a service call as the engineer will have the right equipment to safely diagnose what is wrong.
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Thanks and good luck!
the motor is prob rated for 120-140 volts if your only getting 110 there is the problem see what the breaker is putting out at the box the light will still work but the motor needs enough amps to start sounds like a voltage drop issue
Try to power drain it. Unplug all the power related devices that are connected, like a monitor data cable or external printer, just unplug all the cables in the back after you shut down your computer, press the power switch of your computer and keep it pressed for about 45 secs, release it, plug everything back and check it if its working. As well double check if that particular socket is usable, plug something else in to see if its working.
Plug in powerpack to the base unit. Unplug the handset with the curly cord from the phone and place both aside. A short cord connects between the Handset socket on the PHONE and the PHONE socket on the BASE UNIT.(socket is near the power socket) the HANDSET and curly cord plugs into the socket near the front of the base unit- it's the one that's extreemly hard to plug in! Charge for 12 hours before use Call someone and get them to stay on the phone while you turn the rotary knob (may need a screwdriver) on the side- keep turning it until you can hear each other look for orange light as you hang it up to indicate that it's chaging
Possibly. However, I would try rebooting the unit first. Unplug the TV from the power supply for about 5 minutes. Then reconnect and try to turn the unit on. If it still does not work, plug a lamp into the wall socket where you have the TV plugged into. If the lamp lights, then you're getting power to the wall socket. If you have the TV plugged into one of those "power strips" check that it is turned on. If so, plug the TV directly into the wall socket. If it comes on, then you have a bad power strip. If the TV still does not come on, you'll probably need repair service.