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EW7507EK. Can anyone tell me what color order of wires onto the circuit board? I feel like an silly for not taking a photo before starting the repair. F3-5

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Kenwood Electric Oil Heater. Model EW7507EK. Can anyone tell me what color order of wires onto the circuit board? I feel like an silly for not taking a photo before starting the repair. F3-5


Look carefully on the board itself. Sometimes the wire color codes are labeled right next to the connector. If not, there may be some other letter codes and these should match the ones on the thermostat.

Dec 22, 2016 | Kenwood EW7507EK Oil Radiator

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Wont turn on, makes buzzing noise


FIXED
I have a deal with this kind corporates sabotaging for 2-3 times a month fixing computers and monitors.
The circuit boards for many BRAND NEW household devices, PCs, Computer monitors, dehumidifiers etc. purposely designed to work a little bit after warranty period and die quietly
Heater EW7507EK fixing. (soldering required)
Step 1. Turn it over. Unscrew 2 screws on the bottom of the face side.
Step 2. Mark and Unplug 3 wires from heating element. Unscrew the metal cover from circuit board. Immediately you'll see small black cylinder (CAPACITOR 470mF x 35V). Retail cost about $1- $3
Check this - the top of this capacitor rounded, not flat. That is mean it was "quietly blowup" and electrolyte evaporate.

Ely
Boston

Dec 16, 2012 | Kenwood EW7507EK Oil Radiator

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Kenwood heater will not turn on when plugged in


FIXED
I have a deal with this kind corporates sabotaging for 2-3 times a month fixing computers and monitors.
The circuit boards for many BRAND NEW household devices, PCs, Computer monitors, dehumidifiers etc. purposely designed to work a little bit after warranty period and die quietly
Heater EW7507EK fixing. (soldering required)
Step 1. Unscrew 2 screws on the bottom of the face side.
Step 2. Mark and Unplug 3 wires from heating element. Unscrew the metal cover from circuit board. Immediately you'll see small black cylinder (CAPACITOR 470mF x 35V). Retail cost about $1- $3
Check this - the top of this capacitor rounded, not flat. That is mean it was "quietly blowup" and electrolyte evaporate.
Step 3. solder new capacitor.
Enjoy
Ely
Boston

Nov 03, 2012 | Kenwood EW7507EK Oil Radiator

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The lights it is supposed to control, do not turn off. I took a small flashlight and sat it on the control eye and the lights went off. Is there a way to fix, or do I need to replace? Rod


I have never been able to repair photo-eyes.
Suggest your replace.
Usually I buy photo eye from Home Depot, then when it goes bad 2-5 years later, I buy another and return bad one in new package if it still looks new.

Take photo of wires before disconnecting so it goes back easy.
Wires are color-coded, and colors standard.
Be sure to stand on completely dry boards with nothing touching metal when working with outdoor electricity.

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Need wiring color codes, cord pulled out.


form top to bottom, for the wires on the power connection side (right) Aqua (A), Brown (S), orange (LR), yellow (LG), black (G), red (L). The letters in parenthesis indicate the letter by the connection on the circuit board.

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A white piece fell out from the spot next to the memory chip of my Nikon coolpix P4 camera, now the camera will not turn on, can you tell me what this piece is for and if my camera can be fixed, thanks


if you feel technically inclined you can open the camera carefully and take it apart to the point where you can remove the upper circuit board ( NOTE 1: make a careful note of every screw you remove since they are different size and need to be used exactly in the same order) and then the small black plastic assembly above the circuit board below, you can see the defective switch on top of the 2nd board, remove the plastic part of the switch until you see the bare 2 contacts on the circuit board, solder a small piece of wire to bridge the contacts, now very carefully reassemble the camera observing the exact order of screws used, see NOTE 1. If everything is back in order insert the battery and the camera should work now.
note: should you not be inclined to do this work and want to sell the camera as is for spare parts I am interested, drop me a note at: cocnutray at yahoo.com. A Nikon repair shop will charge between $80 to $110 FOR THIS TYPE OF REPAIR, THEY WILL ACTUALLY REPLACE THE DEFECTIVE MICRO-SWITCH. HOPE THIS HELPS :-)

Nov 27, 2009 | Nikon COOLPIX P4 Digital Camera

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Lower Heat Element in Kenmore Oven


Hey- Disconnect power. pull back cover to access wires for element. Re-connect wires and loosely re-position insulation. Reinstall back cover and chk operation.- Hope this helps- ED

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Fantom Vacuum powder head Parts


In Canada I don't know. Parts for the older Fathoms are getting scarce. There is a wholesaler here in the US that has parts, but you have to be a repair shop to buy from them and I don't know if they are in Canada. Call your local repair shops to see if they can get you that circuit board, the co. name here is Essco, or Electric Sweeper Service Co. Wish I could help more.

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