Make sure to wait until you press okay on your computer when loading courses before you unplug the unit. I was jumping the gun, unplugging it right when it turned off, and causing that issue myself with mine.
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Something caused the motor to lock up. The humming noise was the start winding in the motor trying to start rotation, but could not because of lockup. The humming noise stopped when the start winding burned out ( will only last 6 or 7 seconds). It will require a new motor, plus repair to whatever caused it to lock up in the first place.
The DVR unit still have power and display functions on the DVR small LED screen indicator on the DVR unit correct?And the DVR unit have not been in used for awhile and alway been plug in the power outlet for power like 24/7 hrs for power correct?Yes to all these questions,possible the DVR unit have software lockup or power glities some where before,possible the DVR unit have lockup and looping the software firmware of DVR unit not responding correctly for to the DVR unit to work or responding to any screen display functions.Tries unplugging the DVR unit for like about an hour and plugging power it back in for the DVR unit for the software to reboot itself.90 to 95% the unit will work again as u first got the DVR unit.
MR Chriskrajesk have your lock up ck the lockup is in the transmission the lockup can make alot of things look bad but may not be you have a shutter you have poor gas mileage at a certian miles per hour the lockup comes on and becomes adirect drive thats what gives you agood gas mileage and also can make the car do different things when it isn't at least have it ck you might be surprise of the out come let us know what the problem was thk u
The problem is the torque convertor lock up. There is a solenoid in the transmission that applies the lockup. you can change this or a cheaper bandaid is to disconnect the wire connector at the front of the transmission. This will defeat the lockup mechanism. It is like stopping a car with a manual transmission without pushing the clutch pedal down.
Lockups are caused by one of 3 things. Malware *viruses*, Bad/Missing Drivers, or heat. Run an updated virus scan first, then check your drivers, make sure everything is new. If it's not one of those, then heat build up is causing the issue. Have a tech look at the unit.