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How to open a garmin72 for changing the fuse

The unit will not turn even with using new batteries

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HI.How can i reset a copier minolta konica bizhub36?

  • Code: 0501
  • Description: Fusing heaters trouble (edge)
    • Detected temperature of the heating roller thermistor (TH2; edge) does not go up a given range of temperature even after a lapse of given period of time at warm up. • The warm-up is not completed even after the set period of time has elapsed after the warm-up is started.
  • Remedy: 1 Check the fusing unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the open/close operation of the right door. 3 Check the fusing unit CN30-PRCB CN16, fusing unit-relay CN4AC-DCPU CN2 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 4 Change fusing unit 5 Change PRCB 6 Change DCPU
This is from manual, try to reset trouble code:
1-Turn the machine "OFF".
2-Press the "STOP" button on the basic panel.
3-Keep the button pressed and turn the machine "ON".
4-Do not release the button, until the machine warm up.
5-After few seconds Error code will remove and machine will reset.Basic menu will show no error on LCD screen.This means error code has been removed and photocopier machine is ready to use.

Hope it helps

May 29, 2017 | Minolta Office Equipment & Supplies

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Change battery on a motorola bluetooth H700

Turn off the unit before attempting a battery replacement. Without doing so, the power disruption that the headset will acquire can damage the internal workings.
  • Find the even **** on the bottom side of the unit, where the microphone boom is attached.
  • Place the edge of a flathead screwdriver along these slits, and twist gently back and forth until the unit opens up. Do not completely open the unit up, however.
  • Find the small ring near the plug and the mini-USB port. Use the screwdriver to push under the ring where the battery is found. Push forward gently to pop the battery out.
  • Jun 07, 2010 | Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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    My nintendo ds lite doesnt turn o. when i plug the

    Its a well know fuse problem, you wil lneed to open up your unit and change the fuse close to battery connactions , serach google for location of the fuse , if you are good with electronics its prestty easy but if you r not just take it to repair center Regards

    May 05, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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    2008 Jeep Liberty-Dead battery issues w/ a new battery

    Unit has a draw somewhere that needs to be addressed. I have found the auto starts sometimes can cause this. But if the draw is through the negative side it could be tough. You should take it to the dealer and have them perform a draw test on the entire vehicle.

    Mar 03, 2009 | 2008 Jeep Liberty

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    Kaito 1103 Shortwave Radio

    I dont have this radio but I remember reading that you push the volume button then turn the tuning knob to change the volume.

    Sep 23, 2008 | Kaito KA1103 SW/FM/AM Radio

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    Nuvi 650

    Hello Grumpa1350,

    There are several possible reasons why a GPS unit might not turn on. For example, there could be something wrong with the charger such as a blown fuse, bad power adapter, or defective cable connection. The internal battery inside of the GPS also might be defective or worn-out. Or, worse yet, the unit may have a more serious hardware fault.

    You don't say how you are charging the unit. I'd recommend trying a different charge method. The GPS can be charged one of three ways: connection to you car via the automobile power cord, connection to your computer via a USB cable, or charging from a wall outlet using an optional AC adapter. If you are charging the unit in your car, try connecting it to your computer (or vice versa). If the GPS turns on after being charged using one method but not the other, then that pretty much tells you that the problem is with the cable or adapter being used for charging.

    The Garmin NUVI 650 does not contain an internal fuse, but there is a common 3 amp fast-blow fuse located in the vehicle power cord. If you find that the problem happens when trying to charge the unit in your vehicle, then you should change this fuse and see if that corrects the issue. The fuse can be replaced by unscrewing the black round piece at the end of the cigarette lighter plug.

    If the unit does not turn on regardless of what charge method you use, then the fault is likely with the GPS itself. Either the internal battery would need to be replaced or the unit would need to be serviced to correct whatever hardware fault is causing the problem.

    I would recommend you contact the manufacturer before you attempt to open up the unit. Opening the case of the GPS may void your manufacturer's warranty (if the unit is still under warranty).

    Best regards,
    Go Ahead. Use Us.

    May 14, 2008 | GPS

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    Yaesu FT-727R


    The Yaesu FT727R does not have any internal fuse that I know of. Straight from the Battery + terminal it goes to the on/off switch (that is coupled to the volume control). From the switch it goes to circuitry (PCB). Incidentally, it is the battery that normally has a thermal switch/fuse that cuts off when a certain temperature is reached (when charging).

    Other than check the battery terminals/contacts for corrosion and do a little abrasive cleaning, am afraid you'll have to open the unit for a look and see. Should you be interested, a schematic diagram is available here.

    Good luck and kind regards.

    Nov 07, 2007 | Kenwood Protalk XLS TK-3130 (2 Channels)...

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    Power problem

    If you have the unit plugged into a cigar lighter adaptor socket, then first check if the socket is working using another device. Then unscrew the und of the plug and the small silver tip in the centre will come out. This holds a fuse which may have blown. replace it even if you think it looks ok unless you know how to test it.(My bet is that this is the problem)- check at the end of this solution for a link that explains how to change the fuse. If the unit was hard-wired to the car power, then somewhere between the car battery and the unit should have been a fuse, possibly although unlikely more than one. Check this, it would normally be close to the unit, but it may be under the hood somewhere, possibly an in-line fuse holder (usually looks a bit like a short fat fountain pen, with a way to twist the two halves to release) - if the wiring is new compared to the car, hopefully it will be easy enough to follow. It is also possible that there were spare fuse slots in your car fuse panel, and one of these may have been comandeered for your gps, check they are all ok - usually you can see this visually. There is a small possibility that the battery/charging system of the car is not in perfect working order. There may be enough voltage for the car to start and run normally, but an item like a gps can be much more sensitive to slightly low voltages. If you can use a multimeter then this should be easy enough to check yourself (ask again if you need help with this), otherwise any auto-shop should be able to check it very quickly (2 minute job) and check the voltage available at the GPS. If the unit became excessively warm from sunlight etc. then there is the possibility that the internal battery has failed - contact garmin and they will advise you how to get a replacement - probably you have to send the unit to them. If none of this helps or sheds any light on the problem, this link has the manual etc. for your gps if you need it; also there are contact details for garmin - the warranty is still valid so long as the unit was installed properly, and garmin are usually very helpful. Page 31 of the user manual shows how to change the power fuse if you are having trouble. Hope this helps:)

    Mar 18, 2007 | Garmin StreetPilot c550 GPS Receiver

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