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Switch the wires and it shoul reverse the fan to the correct direction.

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I took the blades off my table fan to clean them and once i put the fan back together and turned the fan back own the blade spins and everything but no air is blowing out


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You have a dangerous situation here---All modern units (Lamps, TV's, everything) Have a polarized power cord---one side of plug the pin is smaller than other side.

The large side goes to the neutral side of the electrical outlet.

One of two things has happened---either a issue with the electrical outlet which is rather rare except in older houses that have the old style electrical outlets (both pins the same size) Or someone has managed to get a cord in backwards--filed down the large lug on the power cord and put it in backwards.

What happens and can be tested is with it backwards you have "potential" 120 volts being fed back into the cable wire itself--

DO NOT KEEP CHANGING THE FUSE--a simple test with a voltmeter set to AC (wall) voltage from a earth ground (water pipe of metal will show 120 volts on the coax.

The touchy part is any set in the house misconnected can feed this back via the coax!

The cable company may be able to help or NOT> an electrician will be able.

The way I would locate this is with the volt meter hooked to the coax I would disconnect the cable feed from each set or unit in the house one at a time until no voltage reading---then you would know which is causing this issue.

Be advised it can spark which can destroy parts in any of the sets or equipment.

Kind of like if you got shocked when you touched the metal on your car.....something bad is happening.

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Brand new Midland 5001z 40 channel cb blows fuses its turned on


Where did you buy the radio at? Can you return it to the store? If you purchased it at a big box store, like Walmart, they will take it back without a receipt on an exchange.

More than likely the radio was wired backwards by someone, which blew the protection diode, and then was returned to the store and put back on the shelf.

If it is just a blown protection diode, it is only a $10 fix at most any cb radio shop.


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Everytime i plug my radio in it blows the fuse in the power cord...what could be wrong????


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I have a trc447cb radio, it kept blowing fuses, please help thanks...


This radio has been hooked up backwards. CB radios cannot be hooked up backwards or it will destroy it. However this is hope.

Because they can be damaged this way, there are polarity protection diodes in the radio that will blow if the radio is hooked up backwards, before it can hurt anything in the radio.

They are usually N1004 diodes. Is a big black diode that has a white stripe. And if it is blown, it will most likely be Black and burnt.

Open the radio, and look near the power section of the radio. It will be in the back near where the power cord plugs into it.

Look for a burnt black diode. That is the protection diode.

Get an N1004 or better from radio shack, and remove the burnt one, and put the new one in, making sure to put it in with the white strip on the same side as the original.

Once you have finished. Make sure the polarity is correct. Then hook up the radio, and turn it on. Should work fine.

If you want to validate that it is the correct diode, if you pull on leg out of the board, and turn on the radio, it will turn on. When the diode blows, it prevent the power from getting to the board, if you take it out, it will let it through. CAUTION. The radio will work again if you just remove the burn diode without replacing it. But if you hook it backwards again, it will be toast, and as good a door stop.

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I'd say it was the new wiring that was reversed. Motors cant really start reversing themselves on their own and the only other way it would seem reversed is if the blade was put on backwards...

So yes I think you have the wires reversed when you re-wired the cord.

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I was blowing snow with my Toro Power Curve 1800. I was distracted for a moment and tangled the cord in the blade. The cord is wraped around tight, how can I remove the cord?


unless you are able to turn the blade backward and pull on the cord at the same time no luck. it may be easier to just cut the cord and install a new one. solution one is best and both require taking the machine apart. start there and hope it works out for you.

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I was a bit angry, so, deciding what to do, I started snooping around the back of the fridge.
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