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Wells have water in them so that should not be a problem. As fast as the water was being pumped out the underground stream was replenishing it so there will be no problem there . Wells can be used 24 / 7 provided the amount being pumped doesn't exceed the underground flow. The biggest damage will be to your wallet for the power cost to run the pump.
Have you tried to remove power from EVERYTHING, ISP modem, Battery, Netgear, Computer. Check all cables and reseat all connections. Replace Battery in ISP Modem, wait for selftest, Plug in Netgear, wait for selftest, plug in computer, reboot. If that has no effect, call your ISP provider, have them analyze the signal and a Modem test. If you haven't contacted them yet, sometimes it's outside issues with equipment. For example: I have a similar issue , I traced the signal all the way through the houe to the cable entrance. The issue was in a box outside, a large lawn mower had damaged the underground box. They will often sent a Tech with equipment that will pin point the problem.
he lied or the other brake cable also require a change
it is also posable that th rear brakes are not engaging
to test brakes
go to underground concrete parking lot must be smooth concrete and best place to find it is in undergrounds
acelerate in a strait line to 20 mph or 20 km
slam the brake pedal to thew floor causing a skid pump brakes if you have abs
now get out and check all 4 tires have skid patches
if not go in reverst to 10 mph and hit the brakes hard
let it slide
now get out and check skid marks
if you dont get skid marks front and rear it is time to talk to your mechanic
as for brake cables there are usually 3 of them
1 from hand controll then 1 for eash rear wheel somtimes they are on axcell and somtimes they run direct across the trailing arms
"maintainence free" type batteries can only be deep discharged a few times .. the kind where you have to add water will withstand more but still have a limited deep discharge life .. Car batteries also do not like to be left in a discharged state very long .. they are happiest (and live longest) if they are kept always in a fully charged state. you can check to make sure your alternater is charging .. usually auto parts places will test that for free ... if the alternater is ok then the battery is probably damaged ... there is another possibility .. if you had someone jump the car to get it started and they hooked the wires up backwards (even for a second) then you could have damaged diodes in the alternator or a damaged voltage regulator (also in the alternator ) ... the test that they do at the auto parts place will catch those problems .. make sure the connections to the battery are clean and tight ...
Assuming the media test works (So the cable/wireless connections are
OK) then it's possible that you're out of available IP addresses in the
router. It shouldn't be a problem (Most router configs allow for over
250 IP addresses), but it might only have limited leases.
Try switching everything off (Except for the router), restart the
router and then try the PS3. That should rule out a problem with DHCP