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Asus laptop randomly shuts down


Possibly overheating. I would check the fan and airways are free from fluff.

Oct 06, 2015 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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Stopped during self clean--already replaced thermal fuse---it appears cooling fan was never connected, and it does not work once connected. All other functions appear to work, except power to the fan


Is the control panel completely dead?? If the cooling fan under the cooktop was not working, in most cases the main control board or control transformer if it is separate will get heat damaged and need replaced. That cooling fan is there to keep everything from over heating mainly during clean but should come on during normal baking if it gets too hot under the cooktop.

Apr 30, 2015 | KitchenAid KESS908SPS Electric Kitchen...

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How do I fix the fan?


The fan's power comes from a multi output transformer.
Either the fan is burned out or the transformer is burned out or the fans moles plug is not plugged in properly.A simple voltage spike or brownout can take out the transformers.

Feb 27, 2015 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater:...

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Inside furnace Ac fan


The transformer generates a low voltage to power the relay. If either the relay is bad or the transformer is bad, the relay will not turn on the fan. You better bit the bullet and have the transformer replaced as well. If you have an AC voltmeter, you could measure the voltage delivered to the relay coil. If this is -0- volts, you definitely have a bad transformer. This should not be an expensive part (less than $50) plus an hour for the technician to do the labor.

Oct 05, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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My Icon bathroom fan does not work by timer I have changed timer , transformer and electrics have been checked (with certificate) What next !


Which timer do your have?
Not all timers work with fan motors?
Are you adding a new bath fan? Or are you installing a new timer?

What transformer what checked? A transformer is used to change voltage. For example you can plug a Malibu outdoor-light transformer into ordinary 120V outlet and the transformer changes voltage to 12 volts so you can safely operate lights stuck into the ground around bushes. Or your phone recharges using transformer that converts ordinary 120Volt into very low voltage entering your phone.
Practically every electronic device in your home has a transformer ... microwave, TV, computer ... but I don't know why a bath fan would have a transformer.
Add a comment, and I will respond.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Countdown-timer-horsepower-ratings.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-timers.html

Aug 17, 2012 | Hardware & Accessories

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My SC-HT650 system reads F61. I think I need a new transformer. Where do I find that?


Not the transformer. probably needs a voltage ic or output ic. F61 is a voltage error code. if it was the power tranformer it would not power up at all. It also could be just a bad fan. The fan should start as soon as you turn it on.

Jan 26, 2011 | Panasonic SC-HT650 System

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I have a SELV electric fan in my bathroom with a timer. I want to be able to disconnect the timer portion so that the fan will switch off as I turn off the light.


OK .. the obvious connection would be to find the transformer. Then look at the imput and output of the transformer . you want to take the output , 24 volts, from the transformer and wire it directly to the lamp base. If this transformer is attached to the circuit board then it may be a difficult task to separate the leads. You will want to haqve the pull chain switch in the power line between the power source and the transformer , so the transformer is only working when the lamp is on.

May 31, 2010 | Dryers

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Green light is on, fan is blowing but we know longer smell the ozone from it; we have just changed the plate & cleaned it?


You probably have a burned out high voltage transformer. That's what produces the ozone. Helpful hint...........the high voltage transformer is also the one used in bug zappers

Apr 18, 2010 | Ecoquest Living Air Classic Air Purifier

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One unit runs a while, powers down, other unit blows transformer


you say it keeps blowing the transformer? you mean circuit breaker? if it is the circuit breaker, have the wiring checked for a short, if no short do a ohm test on the compressor. it may have shorted out internaly.

May 31, 2009 | Haier HC48C1VAR Central Air Conditioner

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Sound problems


what do you mean by "sound like a transformer invaded it", i take it to mean it's making a lot of mechanical type noise, which would most likely be a fan problem....and if it is a fan problem it needs to be taken care of IMMEDIATELY!!!!! ....Unless you are prepared to open up your computer, i would take it to someone local who can clean it and listen to the noise to determine if a fan replacement is in order.
If you still have Norton uninstalled, i would recommend AVG 8.0 anti virus; it's free, and a very good program. Here's the link:

http://free.grisoft.com/ww.download?prd=afe

Jun 03, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook

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