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I need to replace the power cable - what do I need to do?  And where can I get a replacement?

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    Do you mean the cord?

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ACE is the place bring the pump with you and just ask your helpful hardware man "what cord do i need ".. DUMP ALL UF THE WATER OUT OF THE PUMP FIRST, so he don't get wet .
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When i start computer the screen stays black and it beeps


Perhaps you've built a computer and are turning it on for the first time, or you've owned this computer for awhile.


Either way, you may encounter an issue where the monitor shows a black screen and the computer is beeping.


There are several causes and solutions for this problem.


Refer to your motherboard manual, since the motherboard is the beeping device.

These beeps are like Morse code, and each "beep code" is explained in the manual.


Common beep codes include not having a monitor or keyboard properly connected; not having a CPU fan connected, or not attaching internal power cables to the video card.

This black-screen-and-beeping issue is most common with newly-assembled computers.


Check external cables to make sure they're properly connected.

The most important external connections to check are the monitor's signal cable and the keyboard.


If your monitor cable looks damaged or kinked, try replacing it with a spare. If your keyboard's cable looks frayed, try a spare keyboard.


Also, a PS/2 keyboard plug (round, with holes in it, about the diameter of a finger) is often color-coded purple.

If you have plugged it into the green port in the back of the computer (for PS/2 mice) switch it to the other one.


If there is no color coding, the proper port should have a small, embossed icon of a keyboard on the back of the computer.


If it does not, refer to your motherboard manual for the correct port.

If all else fails, try a spare keyboard, preferably USB (Universal Serial Bus), which can be plugged into any USB port on the back of the computer.


Check for additional motherboard power connections.

Yours may require multiple cables attached from the power supply.


There is the standard wide plug, which you know is connected properly because your motherboard is beeping.


However, there may also be an additional, four-pin cable that connects elsewhere on the motherboard. Check the board's manual to make sure it has all the power connections it needs.


Check your internal cables.

Make sure that the CPU fan is plugged into the motherboard header nearby.


Without that, the CPU fan will not spin, and the motherboard may detect this lack of connection and produce a beep code.


Your video card also may have one or two internal power plugs that need to be attached to the power supply's cables.

These cables have unique ends on them, similar in shape to a USB plug.


Refer to the case or video card documentation if need be.

If those cables are not attached, your motherboard may refuse to boot the system.


Your video card may be faulty.

If this is a new card, it may have arrived to you broken, in which case you will probably need to request an RMA (Return to Manufacturer Authorization) to receive a replacement.


If this card was previously working for you in this system, you can contact its manufacturer yourself to receive a replacement, if the device is still under warranty.


Hope this helps







Nov 03, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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3 beeps at startup no video


The beeps are post during post the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off.


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


make sure that your RAM modules and Cmos battery are securely seated

on some motherboards Cmos batteries are soldered in



Common beep codes include not having a monitor or keyboard properly connected; not having a CPU fan connected, or not attaching internal power cables to the video card.


This black-screen-and-beeping issue is most common with newly-assembled computers.


Check external cables to make sure they're properly connected.

The most important external connections to check are the monitor's signal cable and the keyboard.

If your monitor cable looks damaged or kinked, try replacing it with a spare.

If your keyboard's cable looks frayed, try a spare keyboard.


Also, a PS/2 keyboard plug (round, with holes in it, about the diameter of a finger) is often color-coded purple.


If you have plugged it into the green port in the back of the computer (for PS/2 mice) switch it to the other one.


If there is no color coding, the proper port should have a small, embossed icon of a keyboard on the back of the computer.


If it does not, refer to your motherboard manual for the correct port. If all else fails, try a spare keyboard, preferably USB (Universal Serial Bus), which can be plugged into any USB port on the back of the computer.


Check for additional motherboard power connections.

Yours may require multiple cables attached from the power supply.


There is the standard wide plug, which you know is connected properly because your motherboard is beeping.


However, there may also be an additional, four-pin cable that connects elsewhere on the motherboard.

Check the board's manual to make sure it has all the power connections it needs.


Check your internal cables.

Make sure that the CPU fan is plugged into the motherboard header nearby.


Without that, the CPU fan will not spin, and the motherboard may detect this lack of connection and produce a beep code.


Your video card also may have one or two internal power plugs that need to be attached to the power supply's cables.


These cables have unique ends on them, similar in shape to a USB plug.

Refer to the case or video card documentation if need be.


If those cables are not attached, your motherboard may refuse to boot the system.

Your video card may be faulty.


If this is a new card, it may have arrived to you broken, in which case you will probably need to request an RMA (Return to Manufacturer Authorization) to receive a replacement.


If this card was previously working for you in this system, you can contact its manufacturer yourself to receive a replacement, if the device is still under warranty.


Hope this helps




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3 beeps at Startup no video


The beeps are post during post the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off.


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


make sure that your RAM modules and Cmos battery are securely seated

on some motherboards Cmos batteries are soldered in



Common beep codes include not having a monitor or keyboard properly connected; not having a CPU fan connected, or not attaching internal power cables to the video card.


This black-screen-and-beeping issue is most common with newly-assembled computers.


Check external cables to make sure they're properly connected.

The most important external connections to check are the monitor's signal cable and the keyboard.

If your monitor cable looks damaged or kinked, try replacing it with a spare.

If your keyboard's cable looks frayed, try a spare keyboard.


Also, a PS/2 keyboard plug (round, with holes in it, about the diameter of a finger) is often color-coded purple.


If you have plugged it into the green port in the back of the computer (for PS/2 mice) switch it to the other one.


If there is no color coding, the proper port should have a small, embossed icon of a keyboard on the back of the computer.


If it does not, refer to your motherboard manual for the correct port. If all else fails, try a spare keyboard, preferably USB (Universal Serial Bus), which can be plugged into any USB port on the back of the computer.


Check for additional motherboard power connections.

Yours may require multiple cables attached from the power supply.


There is the standard wide plug, which you know is connected properly because your motherboard is beeping.


However, there may also be an additional, four-pin cable that connects elsewhere on the motherboard.

Check the board's manual to make sure it has all the power connections it needs.


Check your internal cables.

Make sure that the CPU fan is plugged into the motherboard header nearby.


Without that, the CPU fan will not spin, and the motherboard may detect this lack of connection and produce a beep code.


Your video card also may have one or two internal power plugs that need to be attached to the power supply's cables.


These cables have unique ends on them, similar in shape to a USB plug.

Refer to the case or video card documentation if need be.


If those cables are not attached, your motherboard may refuse to boot the system.

Your video card may be faulty.


If this is a new card, it may have arrived to you broken, in which case you will probably need to request an RMA (Return to Manufacturer Authorization) to receive a replacement.


If this card was previously working for you in this system, you can contact its manufacturer yourself to receive a replacement, if the device is still under warranty.


Hope this helps




Oct 28, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Will not turn on


If your laptop won't turn on, you could have any number of problems.

The problem might be a genuine power issue derived from either battery failure or simply a loose AC adapter.


Conversely, it may only appear to be a power failure, and the problem may lie with another component.

Errors in brightness settings and LCD display malfunctions can both make a laptop appear to be powered off, and all these problems will need to be corrected.


Look at the battery indicator light on your computer.

Is it on?

If so, check your brightness settings.


If your laptop appears that it is not on, it may in actuality have lowered brightness settings.

If the brightness setting is at its lowest setting, the laptop screen will be completely dark, and the laptop will appear to be powered off, even though it is not.


Try cranking up the brightness settings.

Check your AC power adapter.

Is it snugly plugged into the wall or surge protector?


Make sure the connection is made and it is not loose.

Also, try connecting the power adapter into a different wall outlet.


Check the status of your laptop battery by considering how long you have had the same battery.

Most modern batteries are only good for about 1,000 full charges.


After that point, the battery can and eventually will greatly deteriorate.

Replace your battery if necessary.


Replace your battery by powering off your laptop and then flipping it over and locating the battery cover outline, which will be near the bottom back of your laptop.


Remove any screws with a Phillips screwdriver and pop off the battery cover.

Slide out the old battery.


Put in the new battery by sliding it in until it clicks, and then replace the cover.

Consider replacing your laptop monitor.


Your laptop may power on, but if the monitor display does not work, it will appear to be off and you will not be able to operate the machine.

Check to see if your current LCD display works by plugging your laptop up to an external monitor using a VGA cable.


If the external monitor displays your computer contents, your computer motherboard and underlying systems are still working, but your display will need to be replaced.


Replace an LCD display by removing the screws around the bezel of your current display with a Phillips screwdriver.

Pop off the bezel carefully and remove it.


Then, locate the screws on the two metal brackets beneath the bezel and on either side of the display, and remove these too.


Disconnect the inverter cable, which is plugged into the inverter.

The inverter is located just beneath the display, at the bottom-center of the laptop.


Then, pull back and slide out the old display, and replace it with the new.

Put the metal bracket screws back in place, reconnect the inverter cable, and then pop the bezel in place.

Replace the bezel screws.


hope this helps

Oct 22, 2012 | Dell Latitude D610 Notebook

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F1 Blowing after replacing RCA cable Technics


ability to switch between 110 and 220 voltages. is it set at the wrong setting to power on? why did you need to replace inside wires? maybe something was touching inside and has blown the fuse. see legitimate repair shop.

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My machine will not turn on


Greetings. The schiller AT2 is battery powered. It will power on when plugged in however even with a dead battery, but if the battery is REALLY bad, we have seen it load the power supply preventing power up. On the top of you unit there is a small green "AC" indicator that should be illuminated when the at2 is plugged in. If it doesn't, your power cord might be bad, try a new one. If that doesn't fix your problem I would try at least to replace the battery. The battery requires dis assembly to replace, and there are three cable attaching the top case to the PC board. If you pull it apart to far without detaching the cables, you will do expensive damage. Also the removal of top case exposes high voltage, so this should never be undertaken a. with the unit plugged into a wall outlet, or b. By an unskilled individual. I would recommend that you find a local bio-medical contractor, or other service company, and have the battery changed. If your chosen contractor replaces the battery and the problem remains, your main board likely needs replacement, again by a qualified individual. Be warned however this in a very expensive part. There are several other possible problems, but very few that are operator serviceable. Best of luck!

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Dell dimension 2300 not powering on


This may be because of the following reasons.
1: Your SMPS may be faulty
>In this case you can replace it easily.
2. Your Motherboard can be faulty.
>In this case, you may need assistance of a trained service technician to check the whole circuit of motherboard.
3. May be the power cable to your CPU may be faulty
>Replace it with a new one.

Oct 10, 2011 | Dell Dimension 2300 PC Desktop

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How easy is it to take out and replce the power board ETX2MM702MF


Pretty easily actally,more problems to take out the tv back cover out than trying to replacing the actual tv power supply board itself.Make sure the refurbish power supply board u going to buy matches axactly the one u going to replaced.The replacement not hard at all,just take out all the screws out the old board and all the cables connections and do the reverve to install in the new board.The screws are self explain,the cables connecttions are invidually sizes big or small and pins connections are vary in sizes.So not very easily mistaken the connections of those cables connections.

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Laptop won't staart up.


Hi,
Yes, it should run off AC power even if the battery is removed. Sounds like either the motherboard or your AC adaptor might be failing. I would start by trying the AC adaptor with another dell to verify it it's not dead.

Good luck,
Raf

Nov 09, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 5160 Notebook

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Replace the cable traction (part #105-1844)


I just replaced mine and it was a little difficult and took me roughly an hour to do. First, download the walk behind power mover drive systems at https://homeownersolutions.toro.com/portal/server.pt?space=CommunityPage&cached=true&parentname=CommunityPage&parentid=1&in_hi_userid=30166&control=SetCommunity&CommunityID=225&PageID=30031#manualsResultPage

While they do not specifically address replacing the cable, you can find out how they do it when replacing the drive belt. As I said, it took me about an hour and I just about had to remove the transmission and rear drive assembly in order to unhook the original cable. Good luck!

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