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Samsung stuck on one channel


Do a hard reset to this set. Unplug it from AC mains wall socket, and re-pug it into after 10 minutes or so. This must make the TV a hard reset. If this do not help, make sure that the main system memory IC, a small IC, have 8 solder terminals, have damaged. It should be replaced. This IC can be located very near to main system control IC.

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1990 ford F150 misfire pore running dies


Hey i recently bought a 1990 ford 5.0L 5 speed. Clutch safety switch was not working proper, bypassed the safety switch, truck was running rough but when you take the wire off of the small top post of the solenoid and apply it to the positive terminal of the solinoid it runs well. After tracing the wire i found that by applying that wire to the positive termina i get power to what i believe is the "run" wire in the TFI plug which is plugged into the distributor. it is the third wire from the right side of the plug when your looking at it with it unplugged facing yourself. Still trying to track down where this wire runs to but if i find out ill let you know sounds like we may have the same problem

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Hello!I think that there is an internal problem.If the BSI (centre point of the battery connector) line has some hardware defect this problem occur.So, to solve this you need to contact mobile repairing shop.But before you contact mobile technician check the centre point of the battery connector,clean all the terminals of the connector and the terminal of battery.Thanks for visiting fixya

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How do you remove the battery from a 2001 Cadillac Eldorado? The connections to the terminals have no screw to loosen.


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I would suspect the switched first. One window might show as a wiring fault but two, no usually.. remove the switch assembly from the door armrest and use a test probe to check the centre terminals of the front and rear window switches. The centre terminals transpose the power and earth supplies when the switch is pushed up and down. If you lose either the power or earth connections during the switching tests, replace the switch assembly.

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Ibm think centre a50 winxp-pro audio MT-M 8085-82G, audio driver problem. After re-instalation of Windows. there is no any sounds at all!


Make sure that all your sound devices are properly installed. Please check that they are indeed installed. Right click your My Computer => Properties. Then click the Hardware Tab and click the DEVICE MANAGER button. You audio devices should have no yellow question mark in it

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You may have a burnt contact in the headlight switch, pull the switch and check for discolored terminals were the heavy guage wires pug in

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