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I'm going to assume that your talking about the switch in your breaker/fuse box and not the power switch on the machine it self. Check the line that your machine is on to make sure there isn't too many things plugged up and being used at the same time on that same line causing it to overload the breaker. Many times, it is other things that are also on that line in your kitchen like the microwave, toaster, etc. that causes it to flip the breaker switch. If you are using two or more things at the same time on the same line with high amps on each unit, it will sometimes cause the breaker to flip off. Try limiting using just one thing at a time to see if that solves your problem. If it is the power switch it self on your machine, then there may be something wrong with your unit and may be defective.
Make sure that you have the compression ring, the 1/4 " connector and the piece that goes in the middle of the line if you stick with the plastic line, which I think is a bad idea by the way. For less than 10 bucks you can get a braided steel line that you won't ever have to worry about leaking, cracking, dry rotting or anything chewing through it. Plus it doesn't require anything extra, you just screw the thing on and your done/ Just make sure you get the ice maker steel line and not the dishwasher one
The first thing I would check is to make sure that the house water wasn't turned off to the unit by mistake. The next thing that I would check is that the water line is not crimped cutting off the flow. If neither of those are the problem then the water inlet valve (solenoid) would be the next thing. It is the one where the water line from the house inlet valve feeds into and then two water lines come out of it. If that doesn't solve the problem the next thing to check is the control board.
The first thing you need to do is to check if you phone cable is inserted in the right port.There are two port for the fax.the first one is for the phone line and the second one is for additional phone.The second thing you can do is to change the cable with another one and try again.The last thing you can try is to connect a normal phone to that line and check for noise while moving the phone cable.If there is noise on the line,then you need to call a phone line tech. to check you cables.Please replay if you need any futher help!Thanky for using Fixya
that fuel filter should have the "tool" built in. its that plastic thing that sticks out from the fuel line. push fuel line in towards filter and hold it there. then what i use is i pair of 30 degrre bent nose needle nose pliars to push the plastic thing back towards fuel line when its shoved in equally and almost all the way in pull the fuel line away from the filter. they are kinda tough sometimes and the line can get damaged. thats why chrysler offers a fuel line repair kit. and they are inexpensive.
Hello robert_templ: My name is Roger and I will give you some things to check. Looking at a 1957 shop manual There are a few things to look at. First since the problem started after the lines were replaced. Are you sure the hoses are in the correct order. The valve in the power steering unit could be binding or sticking. Air is system could also be a problem. Steering tube misaligned or bent.Low pump pressure do to worn or damaged pump parts. Insufficient fluid flow in the system.Loss of pressure in power unit. These are some of the things to look at. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer you received. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
The longest, and sometimes smaller in diameter of the two fuel lines, goes from
the carburetor to the bottom of the tank. Leave enough slack in this
line so that the filter that attaches to the end will rest comfortably at the bottom of the tank.
fuel line goes from the primer bulb to just inside the tank,
(about an inch). make sure that you get the right size fuel lines. The
plastic coupling goes on the end of this line, inside the tank. This
keeps the line from pulling out of the tank.
(HINT): When feeding the lines through the tank holes, cut the lines at an
angle. They will feed much easier into the holes. You can than cut them
off square, once you know that you have enough to work with.
It could be your master cylinder is pulling a vacuum on the lines. May be an indication of your mc failing or trapped or pocketed air in the lines. Not normal air in the lines, but, air that is trying to get out and as it does it pulls a vacuum. One other thing to look for is your brake calipers staying engaged to a certain degree, this could indicate failing calipers seal, fault brake line or wheel cylinder failure. Check out these things
One of the annoying features of a Norstar is the auto hold. If you switch from line to line, you put the calls on auto hold. It doesn't take much to conference two lines together and drop out of the call. Now you're at the mercy of the Central Office as to whether it sends a disconnect to drop the lines.
Two bad things that we advise customers to unplug the system is when they have mystery lines tied together and/or external paging tied up. That drops all current connections and lets you start again.
90 percent of the time that is a phone line issue.
But, first thing to look at is see if someone has removed the phone line and placed the line into the extension of phone jack and not the one marked "line"
You may simply need to replace the phone line between the machine and jack.
Yes you may hear a dial tone, etc etc, but you are losing one of 3 things. Either some of the phone line voltage, phone line current or what is called decibel loss.
When you send, you make the phone connection like lifting the phone off the receiver, but the signal to receive must be strong enough for it to key the fax board modem to receive.
If you have another device plugged in on the same phone line. Try removig that item, ex, an answering maching, Credit card machine etc and see if it is interfering with receiving also.
There is a high percentage the phone line is the issue.
Some things to check on the machine itself. Make sure Junk Fax setting is OFF, Make sure ECM ( error correction mode) is ON. Make sure Secure Receive is OFF and manual receive is OFF. Those will be in your machine setups.
The Junk fax setting will stop almost all incomming faxes.
It is less likely a software corruption issue. But that is remotely possible.
Let me know please, Some other obsecure things that can cause this. But I think you will find one of the posted things will resolve your issue.