Fan controller does not work! Power Up (TC3J-4048)
Just bought new case. no instructions or manufacturing info. 250mm side fan works, but spins very slowly and moves little air. min/max adjuster on fan does not work, does not change fan speed, and fan itself does not register a rpm on my computer.
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Looking at the photos available on Newegg it looks like it comes with 4 screws. Fan installation should be straight forward but you want to make sure you have your case is designed for a 250mm and if it is then you should have the holes line up without an issue.
there are no web site.tiger and other compamys have other people make up systems at low cost to sale. just like gateway hp emahine you will have to buy a power supply if you see it to work sorry to say that but some of us do not like that companys do that. i build i know that to be true jim
The Invicta Atomic 4048 is "discontinued", and Invicta is not very helpful. They do NOT offer an instruction manual for the 4048, because it's discontinued. You can call Invicta at 800-327-7682 then you have to ask for "Melvin" who only works until 1PM eastern time. OR you can do the following:
Hold down the 8 0'clock button until it flashes, select 12hour or 24hour preference, use the button at 4 o'clock to select your time zone (GMT) The watch should reset itself to your GMT time.
From everything I can see since there really isn't a manual or manufacturer's site for this product there is no way to change this particular temperature sensor to Fahrenheit. It is set only for Celsius.
One bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
some quick testing would help. test for voltage at the resistor. if there is voltage at the resistor, check for voltage at the fan. if you have power at the fan, remove the fan and hook it up to 12 volts to see if it spins. watch your fingers in case it does spin as it usually spins very fast.
i've seen brand new parts right out of the box that were defective so you need to rule out the resistor and the fan first. if no power is present and the fan works, test the power going to the switch that controls the fan speed.
incidentally if you are visually checking the fuse, pull it out and use a meter to check if there is indeed continuity.
The front audio in this case does not support HD sound. To get it to work you must instal the "HD Sound Application" that came with your hardware and disable the "Detect Front Panel Jack Detection" option. You'll have to manually switch between the two inputs.
You bought them inJan 08 and in August 08 the second pait quit working? ask your money back and indeed go for somethign else, ATI Makes some good cards as well.
On the other hand, it remains quite strange that 4 cards died in 8 months time. Did ASUS find a cause for it? i think you should not give up on them but invite them to find the cause of this and come up with a proper solution.
Please CLICK HERE for more info on your power supply. My guess is that your power supply is dead. If the fan doesn't spin it may be that the fan died first and the PSU overheated.
Now, if you are fortunate nothing else got damaged. You can remove the
PSU (the mounting screws are on the back of the case, there should be
four) and buy a new one at your friendly local computer parts store.
Get one rated for at least as much power as the old one. We can give
you a hand on this if you tell us what the lable on the side of the PSU
I should caution you that there is a chance that when the PSU went it damaged other parts of your system.