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The power cable does not fit snugly into the back of the pump and even the slightest movement causes it to turn off the unit, thus is not charging. I have this problem with more than one of the power cables. Now what?

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You need to call the company, they will send a replacement, explain to them this is the second one

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Do you have an ePump or Joey? If it's an ePump, You should check the holes inside the power port on the ePump and make sure none of the connector pins have been bent inwards. It can be hard to see and easy to overlook. If the power cords are in good shape they could just be stiff. Sometimes it takes upwards of 5 pounds of force to get them to click in.

Posted on Sep 11, 2011

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Hkc tablet won't turn on after daughter put wrong charger in it


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LOST SOUND AFTER BATTERY REPLACEMENT.


If you experience no sound (alarm) from your watch after battery replacement, that means the coil spring fell out of watch while the battery has been replaced. Coil spring is transmitting vibrations from watch movement to the sound membrane at the back cover of watch, and if it is lost, there is no physical body to transmit signal, thus no sound. Coil spring itself is quite tiny and can be easily lost without even noticing it, mostly because it is not soldered to the watch movement or sound membrane and as soon as the opened watch is turned over, the coil spring fells out. If you are not able to find the coil spring in/around the place where the battery change took place, there is no other solution but to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask to fit new one. In case if you are lucky enough to find the coil spring, fit it back in to appropriate hole in watch movement inserting out-bent end into movement. In most watches coil spring holes are marked: C.SPRING/COIL SPRING/ C.S or similar. Hope it helps.

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Gas tank level indicator going down and up,sometime indicating empty tank.Couple weeks a go was changed gas pump.


Hi,
Common problem on replacement pumps. The sending units on remanufactured pumps are made of mostly plastic components pressed together with a brass bushing or step pin. Sometimes they do not fit together snugly enough to work correctly all the time. This slop in the mechanism causes the resistance values sent by the rheostat to be erratic, sometimes fluctuating wildly or only working correctly in a certain range. (say above a half tank or below a half tank....rather annoying.) The only cure is to remove the pump and either repair the assembly for a snug fit (not for the average home mechanic) or take the malfunctioning pump assembly back to the auto parts store for warranty replacement with a hopefully correctly working unit.......sorry, no easy fix. Aftermarket pumps are very hit -miss. I have had several do this exact thing.
Please rate this answer......Thanks, Mike

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My sansa just stopped working one day & would not charge. As nothing had happened to the unit to damage it I just assumed the battery was gone. I ordered a replacement battery and installed it - it...


Buy it a new cable. Get one marked as USB 2.0
I have a ebook reader that was not charging via USB, the cable not fitting snugly.
I works fine with another cable, and, yes, it is a nice, snug fit.
The socket on the unit might be damaged or there may be a fault on the circuit board, but a loose connector is more likely.

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Error e0610096 in canon 1140


The Service manual say:

E061 is an error code associated with the mechanism controlling the surface
potential of the drum, and points to the following:
(The notation "xx" of detail code indicates the color of the developing
assembly; e.g., xx=01: M, xx=02: Y, xx=03: Y, xx=04: Bk.)

Detail code: 0096
Description: Vd2 is 550 V or less.
Possible cause: The Vd2 lower limit is reached

Step 1
Checks: Is the setting of
COPIER>ADJUST>V-CONT-M/C/
Y/K in service mode identical to the
settings recorded on the service label?

Yes/No: NO

Action: Enter the settings from
the service label newly.

Step 2
Check the detail code in service
mode (COPIER>DISPLAY>ERR).
Is it 0000 or 0001? YES Go to step 3.
Is it 0010? YES Go to step 4.
Is it 0020? YES Go to step 5.
Is it 0030, 0031, or 0032? YES Go to step 9.
Is it 0040? YES Go to step 12.
Is it 0050, 0051, 0052, or 0053? YES Go to step 16.
Is it 0070, 0071, xx80, or xx81? YES Go to step 19.
Is it 0060 or 009x? YES Go to step 20.

Step 3: Potential sensor unit
Checks:
Turn on and off the power switch.
Does LED1 on the potential
measurement PCB remain on
during potential control?

NO - Replace the potential sensor unit.
YES - Check the wiring from the
DC driver PC to the potential
sensor. Turn off and then on
the power switch; if the error
is indicated once again, go to
step 2.

Step 4: Pre-exposure lamp
Checks:
Does the pre-exposure lamp turn
on during copying operation?

NO - Check the wiring from
the DC driver PCB to
the pre-exposure lamp;
if normal, replace the
pre-exposure lamp.

YES - Check the potential
sensor unit. Turn off and
then on the power switch;
if the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 5: Primary charging assembly
Is the primary charging assembly
connected properly?
NO - Connect the assembly
properly.

Step 6: Primary charging assembly
Is the primary charging wire
broken or soiled?
YES - Clean or route the charging
wire once again. Turn off and
then on the power switch; if
the error is indicated once
again, go to step 2.

Step 7: Primary charging assembly
Are there traces of leakage on the
primary charging assembly?
YES - Replace the primary
charging assembly.

Step 8: High-voltage cable
Is there electrical conductivity
from the primary charging wire to
the high-voltage transformer
(HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the primary highvoltage
cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 9: HVT-DC PCB
Is the primary charging assembly
fitted properly?
NO - Fit the assembly
properly.

Step 10: Primary charging grid plate
Is the grid plate of the primary
charging assembly mounted
properly?
NO - Mount the grid plate
properly.

Step 11: High-voltage cable HVT-DC PCB
Is there electrical continuity from
the grid plate of the primary
charging assembly to the highvoltage
transformer (HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the grid highvoltage
cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 12: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Is the post-cleaning charging
assembly fitted properly?
NO - Fit the assembly
properly.

Step 13: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Is the post-cleaning charging wire
broken or soiled?
YES - Clean or fit the charging
wire properly.

Step 14: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Are there traces of leakage in the
post-cleaning charging assembly?
YES - Replace the postcleaning
charging
assembly.

Step 15: High-voltage cable
Is there electrical continuity from
the post-cleaning charging
assembly to the high-voltage
transformer (HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the post-cleaning
high-voltage cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 16: Laser exposure system
Is the movement of the laser shutter
normal?
NO - Check the shutter
assembly

Step 17: Laser exposure system
Is the dust-proofing glass or the
bending mirror soiled?
YES - Clean it.

Step 18: Laser exposure system
Is the laser power normal? (See the
descriptions given for how to adjust
the laser power.)
NO - Adjust the laser power.
If output is absent,
replace the laser unit or
the laser driver.

YES - Check the
photosensitive drum for
grounding; if normal,
replace the
photosensitive drum.
(After replacement,
execute the work under
II. C. 2.)
Turn off and then on the
power switch; if the
error is indicated once
again, go to step 2.

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My psp suddenly stopped working and will not charge wont turn on at all


Hi Rneal_99,
If your PSP suddenly stopped, check if the battery cover is fitted snugly because if it is loose even by just a bit, you will have charging issues and you will not be able to turn it on because the battery should be seated properly inside the battery slot. I had the same problem because my battery cover had a small crack which made it a bit loose. I was supposed to get a new battery cover but I was able to resolve the issue by using a piece of paper as a padding for the battery just to get a snug fit. It worked for me, I hope it works for you too.
Other things to check :
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If the battery is busted and does not have any charging capabilities anymore, you need to replace it. If the Charging Adapter is the culprit, you should go to a professional to have it fixed. But, if both your battery and your Charger are working properly, chances are the problem lies internally. Specifically the Power switch, the Power Socket Connection module and maybe even the PSP's power supply module. You should seek professional help in these cases because these problems are quite challenging to fix even with the proper tools and the proper skill set. However, if the unit is still under warranty, Sony should cover this. You can call them at 800-345-7669. I hope I was able to help. All the best to you.

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49.2F80


Normally it is fro corrupt data or bad cables.

49.xxxx error explain.

A critical firmware error has occurred that
caused the processor on the formatter to
abort the operation.
This type of error can be caused by invalid
print commands, corrupt data, or invalid
operations.
In some instances, electrical noise in the
cable can corrupt data during transmission
to the printer. Other causes include poorquality
parallel cables, poor connections, or
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Sometimes, the formatter itself is at fault,
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