Attempted theft of camera - pulled cord from camera to plug on ac adapter - need wiring specs
Plug (which includes sync camera button) on end of cord that runs from camera to ac adapter has been pulled off - no idea where four wires need to be re-soldered. Uniden is no help and do not sell replacement cord
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Have you tried flashing your generator? Sometimes the magnets in the generator loose their polarity. Google and YouTube "flashing a generator" HFLASHING the GEN
Sometimes the magnets lose their polarity. This worked on my brothers $1200 gen. Its worth a try. Good luck! Check all wires/connections first, Then try this- (Remove spark plug wire first!) To flash the field on a small home use generator, get an ext. cord & cut off the female end of it & strip the wires & connect the wires to a 12 volt car or lawn tractor battery, & plug the male end of the cord, into the 120 A.C. side of the generator.
Make SURE that the black wire which is POS/HOT on an A.C. cord, gets connected to the RED/POS. side of the auto battery, & the white wire on A.C. cord gets connected to the BLK./NEG. side of the battery. If the ext. cord wires are not black & white, then the smaller prong of the plug is the POS./HOT
Plug the other end of the ext. cord into the generators 120 volt side (**remove spark plug wire**) & pull the starter cord 4-5 times, then remove the ext. cord, reconnect the spark plug wire, start the unit & plug something of 120 A.C. volts in to see if it works. Then let it run for about a half hour with 2 - 150 watt lights to help re-generate the unit.
Read more:http://www.doityourself.com/forum/outdoor-gasoline-power-equipment-small-engines/188605-recharging-generator-field.html#ixzz29QwjlAOWere's one way-
Unplug, remove battery, check for dust in fans and vents, plug in, try to reboot. If it powers up, open Control Panel, Power Options Power , set to High Performance, open Advanced Power settings, set Sleep and Hibernate to Never, Adjust other Advanced settings to your preference. Has it been pulled by the cord? If you have a multimeter check for DC volts at the AC jack plug, that plugs into the laptop. Is the Transformer (brick on the cord) getting warm when plug in? Does the battery charge LED light? Try another cord with the EXACT same power specs.
shut down computer - unplug power cord from laptop - remove the battery from laptop - plug Ac adapter into computer and Ac outlet (wall)
turn on computer
if computer does not turn on, replace the AC adapter and cord - then place battery back into computer
plug in new Ac adapter and cord - recharge battery - if orange light stays on after 4-6 hours of charging battery, you need new battery as well - replace battery, charge it up and it should be fine
if you have attempted these steps before and no change occurs, then you may have issue with power connection in computer - locate a service centre to replace power connection on computer
You First need to test your AC Adapter Cord...
You can test if you have a secondary known working one.. plug that one in to see if same issue occurs.. OR you will need to test the AC Adapter using a multimeter (available at any home improvement store for under $7).. When testing the Plug End on the AC Adapter - Hold The Negative Test Prod Of the Multimeter to the Outer Side Of the Plug Tip, and Put The Positive(red) Test Prod Inside The Plug Tip... See If You Have Power Through The AC Adapter Tip... You Might Need To Slightly Wiggle The Cord Near The Tip End To See If THere Is A Short In The Cord....
If Cord Tests Good....
You Will Need To Replace The Laptops DC Jack...
The DC Jack is the port where your AC Adapter Plugs into on the laptop..
Your Faulty DC Jack Would Need to be desoldered, the motherboard cleaned of all old flux, Re-Tin The Contact Pads and then Resolder a New DC Jack Onto The Motherboard...
Remove the Laptops Battery, Plug in AC Adapter... Is it able to Stay Powered On?? Slightly wiggle the Cord Near the plug end while plugged in... Does it still receive true power??? If So, Its Not Your AC Adapter Or Your DC Jack And You should Look into Replacing Your Laptops Battery...
If You Are Not Able To Power THe Laptop Using Just The AC Adapter When The Battery Is Removed, Then You First Need To Check/Test The AC Adapter using A Multimeter To See If You Have A Faulty Cord... If Cord Is Still Getting Correct Power Through To The Plug Tip .. Then You Will Need To Replace The DC Jack (the port where your AC Adapter Plug Plugs into on the laptop)
I copied this from nintendo.com hope this helps you.
Most power issues with the Wii can be fixed by resetting the AC
adapter. You can easily reset the AC adapter by following these steps:
Unplug the Wii AC adapter at both ends (from the back of the Wii system and from the wall outlet or power strip).
The AC adapter must remain unplugged at both ends for a full 2 minutes.
While you're waiting, unplug/remove all accessories from the
system (including game discs, SD Cards, Nintendo GameCube controllers,
memory cards, hookup cables, and Sensor Bar). Remove all of these from
the outlet and the Wii.
Also check to see that controller cords, AC adapter, and
Stereo AV cables/Component Video cables are not frayed and do not have
exposed wires. If you find any frayed cords or exposed wires, you
should replace those parts.
After you've waited 2 minutes, plug the AC adapter into the Wii system and directly into a wall outlet, not a surge protector or power strip. Check to see if the power light comes on.
If the system works, plug the Sensor Bar into your system, then turn
the system on to see if it still works. Repeat this process with one
accessory at a time. If your system doesn't work once you've connected
a particular accessory (Sensor Bar, Game Disc Nintendo GameCube
controller, Memory Card, SD Card, etc.), there may be something
defective with that accessory.
Open battery compartment located at the back of both speakers and remove wires.
Replace battery covers.
Connect DUAL PLUG CONNECTOR on left speaker to right speaker at connection marked "TO LEFT SPEAKER."
Connect remaining wire with 3.5mm plug to headphone jack on your audio source.
Connect AC adapter (not included) to back of left speaker at
connector marked "DC 6V." Plug remaining end of AC adapter into wall
outlet. Be sure your AC adapter is built with the center pin as ("-")
negative. Connect remaining wire with 3.5mm plug to the headphone jack
on your audio source.
Turn ON/OFF switch at back of right speaker to "ON."
Set "INPUT SELECTOR" switch to audio source.
Turn on audio source
Adjust sound in the following ways: Turn volume control to desired
level; push Bass Boost button located on right speaker to "ON" for
added bass; push Treble Boost button on right speaker to "ON" for added
Operating a microphone through your speakers require an
additional 3.5mm plug to 3.5mm plug cable (included). Connect cable
with 3.5mm straight plug to right speaker at input marked "MIC" on back
of speaker. Plug the remaining 3.5mm L--plug into the mic input on
audio source. Connect your microphone to the front of your speakers at
"MIC" input (microphone not included)
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It uses an adapter in-line, so it won't work with a basic AC cord. It uses a 19v 3.5amp adapter which may be difficult to find, but I think the specs are that it has a 3mm inside diameter and a 6.5mm outside diameter for a straight barrel style plug end that is 9.0mm long.
maybe you can find something that will work or build one from RadioShack parts. Don't take my word on anything though. I'm incompetent and lie.