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Don't know that you can actually reset this unit like the new digital receivers. It does have protection circuitry that will shut the unit down in case speaker wires are shorted or if speaker impedance is less than the indicated rated impedance of the amp. do the following: 1. Turn off power and unplug from wall. 2. Check all connections and correct if needed. 3. Turn back on after 1-2 minutes. If unit is still in protect mode you may want to unplug everything from the unit and then power back up to see if the problem is internal or external. If it powers up correctly then the problem is external. Power back down and plug in one external item at a time and power back up between connecting each item to see which item causes the receiver to go into protection mode. If problem seems to be internal I'd recommend taking to an electronics repair shop if you aren't comfortable with taking apart to check fuses, terminations, etc. There may be a 5-amp fuse in the power plug head also.
It seems that the timer has failed and needs a replacement. If this seems to turn around without clicking and if there is no action when the program cycle is initiated, this seems a failure of the timer controller unit. This happens in cases when it is turned around in reverse order or violently.
Do some more experiments...Check power is getting to the power point at the back of machine (maybe plug in a lamp or something if you don't have a multi-meter), check external cable for damage (while not plugged in). Is there any signs of power at all? Any lights that come on or beeps made? If your model doesn't have lights to begin with, it could be a problem in the trip switch in the door for example.
There probably is an internal fuse... only problem is that if it did blow, it might have for a reason...
sounds like the power addapter internally of the externall hdd has failed its happend to a few of my customers and usaly i convert them into internall hard drives for them simply remove the outer casing and install as a second internall hard drive if you really want to get it fixed a local pc shop might be able to help however its only 59.99 for a new 1 tb (1000gb) from maplands just a thought hope this is of some use to you
if you keept trying to start it with no luck it could be possible you have flooded the cylinder. get a can of starter fluid and spray it in your intake(air filter box) and try to turn it over. if it trys to start you should drain all fule. add new fule with a can of octain boost. if car does not start pull spark plugs and try to drain cylinder
Assuming you have checked your wiring to the speakers and they are all intact, you are looking at an amplifier failure.
If you have the inifnity system there is an external amplifier under the passenger seat. You can check it's fuse in the fuse box on the drivers side dash endcap. The fuse holder is an add-on fuse holder to the right of the block (as you look at it), not in the main fuse block.
If the fuse is blown, replace it, but likely it will blow again. The external amps have a very high failure rate and unfortunately are quite pricey.
If you do not have the amplified system, the radio internal amplifier has gone out, and the radio will need to be sent out for repair or replaced.
It seems like the internal fuse to me, too. But you could check to make sure that the receptacle works (maybe you've got a tripped breaker).
The manual also suggests unplugging and re-plugging the unit to clear "external noise" from the "computer circuits," but something tells me that you've already tried that.
This Fixya will help you solve this problem. First of all your hard drive should be still ok but you will require to open the hard drive enclosure and replace the power supply (due to the wrong voltage tapping). Please feel free to follow these fixya's not only to recover your photos but get back a working hard drive!
Solution 1: Check fuses
1. Disconnect faulty enclosure from any mains supply
2. If power supply is INTERNAL you will have to OPEN the enclosure but BEFORE you do that WITH THE hard drive UNPLUGGED TURN ON the power switch to discharge the hard drive's internal power supply
2. Open the enclosure and check for any fuses on the inside. There should be one located close to the power swtich from inside. Change it with one of a similar rating because most probably this is the culprit.
3. Try and power up the drive THIS TIME WITH the CORRECT voltage tapping
4. If the power supply is EXTERNAL you do not need to open the enclosure, just change the power supply with a similar one and you should be up and running again.
Solution 2: But the fuse is ok but there is bbq smell when i opened the enclosure!
1. Ok this means that you will need to get hold of the internal hard drive.
2. If you have another computer check if the hard drive is still ok! Here is how:
- Turn off the computer
- Open case , #
- Hook it up to the Internal IDE cable and the internal power connector
- Turn on the computer.
- You should have this detected in my computer as a new hard drive and you
should be able to see all the data in it
2. But probably you still want this as external dont you? Ok buy another enclosure from a computer shop (this time you will just need an empty one)
3. Plug the hard drive in new enclosure. If you're not experienced enough just give it to them to hoook it up for you and FINALLY you should have the reincarnated buffalo hard drive functional again.
Hope this fixya was of help :)
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