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I have a 2400 monitor heater-after being on awhile it starts beeping,and wont go off until i turn it off-but wheres the heat


dust build up at the heat sink fan area.Open the side panel. blow lightly with compressed air NO air? blow through a soda straw, keep it dry

Aug 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to maintain a healthy Desktop or Tower computer


HARDWARE MAINTENANCE
A computer system is like a machine,if you use it everyday after a while it will need some maintenance in order for it to keep on working in a healthy manner. There are lots of things that can affect the healthy function of a computer, for example dust cause many computer to become too hot and the heat can shorten the lifespan of the computer components which are located inside of the computer case.In this writing i will teach you how to keep you computer healthy without spending much money. you should clean you computer at least every six ( 6 )months.The first step is to but a one ( 1 ) inch paint brush and a can of compress air, the second step is to remove the left side cover of the computer case your computer may already have lots of dust inside so you should it outside and use the paint brush to brush as many dust as possible out of the computer but be careful not to cause any component to move out of position. Then you will use the compress air to blow out the remaining dust from the computer, try to blow the the dust from the CPU fan and other system fans in the computer.Usually these fans trap a lot of dust over time and this cause the fan not to push the right amount of air to keep the system cool can cause some components to over heat. After you finish cleaning inside the computer you will put back the cover in the way you took it off. your next step is to remove the keyboard from the computer by unplugging it from the computer and use the brush and compress air to clean it.
The next step is to clean the monitor, there are several types of liquid monitor cleaner available in computer stores.For example PC Clean Advance Formula is use to clean monitors along with a lint free cloth spray the monitor cleaner on the lint free cloth and wipe the monitor carefully, make sure the monitor is turn off before you attempt to clean it.
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on Jun 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have an e-machine and when I turn it on all it does is blow air. It won't show up on the screen, the fan just keeps blowing! Any ideas?


Check the color of the power light on the monitor (screen). If it is orange, that means you're getting no signal from the CPU to the monitor. If that's the case, check the signal cable going from the CPU to the monitor to make sure it hasn't been disconnected.

Dec 14, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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My monitor keeps shutting off on my desktop. Tower stays on, but sounds louder when monitor shuts off


Hi!

It could be an overheating problem.
Be sure all cooling fans and heatsinks inside the unit are clean of dust. (coolers are usualy on the processor, video card, inside the power supply and sometimes on the case itself front and/or back)

The best way to get it clean is to use a vacuum cleaner that has the option to connect the hose on the air exhaust, blowing air. The second thing you need is a very soft paintbrush wipe gently the dust from main components. Be sure not to touch by hand or hit any components.


Hope it helped

Good luck

Aug 20, 2011 | HP w1907 LCD Monitor

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The screen keeps automatically bringing up the contrast/brightness adjustment box and keeps turning the settings to the highest setting.


sounds like a dbtton is stuck.. like the up arrow or something on the monitor... maybe use compressed air to blow behind button..

Sep 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have a code 51 blinking air bag light from my 1995 ford taurus. what does this mean


Hi Branda1, It will have to go to a dealer to repair. Air bags are not something you want to do yourself, very dangerous. Here is what code 51 means.. hope this answers your question.. Cobra

Diagnostic Trouble Code 51—Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Internal Thermal Fuse—Fuse Blown Due to Intermittent Short to Ground Normal Operation
NOTE: The air bag diagnostic monitor contains an internal thermal fuse that is not serviceable. The thermal fuse is controlled by the microprocessor inside the air bag diagnostic monitor . The microprocessor inside the air bag diagnostic monitor will blow the thermal fuse whenever a short on the deployment circuits occurs. The thermal fuse does not blow because of excessive current flowing through it. DO NOT attempt to short circuit the thermal fuse with a circuit breaker or any other type of fuse.

Jul 06, 2010 | 1995 Ford Taurus

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Why does the heating element in my gas furnace keep shutting off before it reaches the desired temp? The fan keeps blowing but the air is cold. I have to turn the thermostat to off, wait a few minutes and...


The furnace has many safety controls monitoring many parameters. The most like cause of your complaint may be low air flow. The most simple reason would be dirty or too restrictive of an air filter. If the filter is clean that is about as far as you can go without a general knowledge of how that whole system works together.

Nov 01, 2009 | Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner

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My sons computer is heating up i need to sent it the the factory for check up.


Disconnect the power cord from the computer. Remove the side panel. Use a can of air you can buy especially for this purpose, to blow out all the dust. Keep the can upright and do not turn it upside down or liquid will come out. Be very careful not to touch anything inside or static electricity from your body will destroy electronics. Touch the side of the computer metal case to discharge any static. Blow the air out of the intake on the front of the PC. Pay close attention to the power supply outlet on the rear. Be sure and blow all dust from around the motherboard.

Aug 06, 2009 | HP w2558hc 25.5" Widescreen LCD Monitor

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Computer crashes


You could have a few different issues. You most likely have some sort of spyware and malware on your computer. Download some of the free cleaners available and clean things up a bit. You also probably have heat issues. Make sure your air vents are kept clean with a vacuum, not canned air. The canned air only blows the dirt into works. If you're using a laptop, canned air is probably the only option. Also, gat a cooling fan to put under the laptop. They work wonders but, you will have to keep those fan vents clean also.

Jan 01, 2009 | Acer AL1716 F Monitor

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