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My electric fence Wizard 4 Enengizer does not switch off when I use the magnetic button to switch off manually... the light next to bad also stays on does not switch off stays red

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Defective unit. get a new one.

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Installed wizard 4 electric fence energizer6 months ago. It is showing constant light and noisy. What do I do


Not GOOD.

Shut off the power... find the body(s), branch, bicycle,
(whatever... is shorted to ground)... REMOVE IT...

Restore power.

If you find nothing... disconnect the fence and if the "power"
is still "noisy" it probably is tie to assess a REPLACEMENT.

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I have Parmak S.E.3 fence charger, it's send energy out into wire but not enough to shock cattle, the unit is around a 7 acre field with 2 lines, what could be the problem?


Grounding is very important for an electric fence, especially in dry soil. I normally drive 2 or 3 - 6 foot long ground rods 10 feet apart then join them all together and run that to the charger using double 14 gauge or 12 gauge copper wire. You can get the roda at Tractor Supply.

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We have an atwood lp gas water heater 6 gallon g6a7 white rogers control. The pilot lights but when we turn it to on it goes out, even after holding it up to a minute. It was running fine, we thought we...


If pilot stay lit, then thermocouple is working.
If pilot will light, then you have gas. If pilot goes out when pilot button is released, then thermocouple is next suspect.

Thermocouple tip must sit in pilot flame.
The pilot light heat applied to two different metals inside thermocouple causes small current.
The current travels back to gas control valve through copper line.
If the gas valve receive this current, then a magnetic switch stays open and allows gas into the gas control valve.
The magnetic switch is on the end of the red button you push down when lighting pilot. Essentially the red button is an override to the magnetic switch.
If the gas control valve does not receive the current, then the magnetic switch does not stay open when you release the red button.
When replacing thermocouple, note that it is not screwed very tight into the gas control valve. Finger tight + 1/4 turn. If it is overtightened, then the small thermocouple current shorts out against the gas control body.

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How does electric fencing work?


In electric fencing, you will notice both red and green lights. Points are tracked electronically by the tips of the swords. A white light means that the point has hit outside the target area.

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My Parmak solar fence charge does not work. I have new battery. I opened the metal box with all the capacitors and wires and there is a yellow wire that came unsoldered leading from the little electrical...


We have what looks like the same charger. When you open the box right side up, from the front, the yellow wire is soldered to the right side of the circuit board right above the little white box that is marked .47363. It is next to a small round black transister.

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Describe what could be the problem if my oven will light but not stay alight once I release the gas button


That could be one of 3 things: The thermocouple could be bad, the hole that the thermocouple screws into could have corrosion and causing a loss of electrical current to the safety magnet. Or the safety magnet itself is bad. The thermocouple when heated generates electricity. The magnet inside the valve is powered by the thermocouple. If the pilot light goes out the magne looses energy and the spring attached to it shuts off the flow of gas. Pretty clever ain't it?

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The right front burner light stays on even when I shut the oven off.


One of your switches is bad. It is not unsafe just annoying. You can open the control panel and remove one PILOT wire from each switch. When the light goes out, that will be the bad switch. Before you do this,turn off the power to the range. After you remove the pilot wire(which controls the light) plug the range back in. If the light is out,that is your bad switch. If the light is not out,unplug the range,replace the wire you removed,then remove the next wire on the next switch. Plug the range back in. Repeat this process until the light goes out. When it does,that is the switch that needs replacing.

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Unable to connect through a N1 Wireless router with more than one user using a IPsec connection. Only one person can cannot and the other gets a timeout.


in order for the laptops to see each other and allow you to work one with the other a network has to be installed and a work group formed.

1. Choose Start --> All Programs --> Accessories --> Communications --> Wireless Network Setup Wizard.
The wizard shows its splash screen.
2. Click Next.
The wizard asks you to type in a name for your network.
3. Type a name for the network.
The name of the network is used for the wireless router's SSID (Service Set Identifier), which the wireless box typically broadcasts to make it easy to connect. The SSID is the name that appears when you try to connect to a wireless network. Each wireless router has a default SSID: tsunami, wireless, and linksys are all common default SSIDs.
4. Unless you already have a network key that you absolutely must use, select the Automatically Assign a Network Key radio button.
5. If your wireless base station and all the wireless cards on your network support WPA (if you have 802.11g, they may or may not; with 802.11b, it's unlikely), check the Use WPA Encryption box.
There is a performance hit for using either WEP or WPA encryption. Your network will run slower — but your neighbor won't be able to look at your files. Fair trade, eh?
6. Click Next.
Behind the scenes, the wizard generates all the information it needs to set up a secure wireless network.
The wizard asks if it can use a "key drive" (USB flash drive) to set up the network.
7. Select the Use a USB Flash Drive radio button.
Select this button if you meet the following requirements:
• You have a key drive (USB flash drive) handy
• A free USB port is on every computer on your network
• All of the computers on your network are running Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later
• Your wireless router has a USB port and it understands WSNK (check the manual)
If you don't meet those requirements, then select the Set Up a Network Manually radio button. Then click Next.
• If you click the first button, the wizard takes you through the steps to transfer the settings to all the other computers on the network, as well as the wireless base station. Basically, you schlep the key drive to all the PCs, and they set themselves up.
• If your hardware isn't quite up to the **** Tracy stage yet, the wizard shows you its final instructions.
8. Click Print Network Settings.
The wizard doesn't actually print them. Instead, it opens Notepad and sticks the relevant settings in a new text file.
9. Print the text file and follow the instructions to transfer the settings to each of your wireless devices manually.
It isn't as bad as it looks. See the next section.
Making manual changes So you're stuck with entering wireless network security information by hand. Be of good cheer. The Wireless Network Setup Wizard (see the preceding section) does all the heavy lifting. If you're running Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, it's pretty easy:
1. Enter the new settings in your wireless router or access point.
Unfortunately, each one is different. You may have to dig into the router's manual. Usually, once you get inside the router, making the changes is easy. The key you need to enter is the one that was generated by the Wireless Network Setup Wizard.
2. Make sure you update/apply/save the changes to the wireless router before leaving.
Many routers require you to save the changes manually, so they'll be around if the electricity goes out.
3. Choose Start --> All Programs --> Accessories --> Communications --> Wireless Network Setup Wizard.
You see that really confusing splash screen again.
4. Click Next.
The wizard asks for a network name.
5. Type the network name precisely the same way that it appears in the printout from the preceding section.
6. Select the Manually Assign a Network Key radio button and click Next.
The wizard asks you to type the key.
7. Click Next.
You end up at Step 7 in the preceding section, from which point you can print your settings or just close down the wizard.
8. Repeat Steps 3 through 8 on each computer in your wireless network.

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