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Re: E machine Modem
Sounds like an inverter problem. If the power supply is internal replace the capacitors coming out of the voltage regulators. These are usually 1000mf and/or 470mf. If that doesn't do the trick look up the numbers on the 8-pin chips that drive the secondary transformers on the inverter to see if they are getting the right voltages. Good Luck!
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cd drawers often jam.
In the cd/dvd drawer you will see a small hole. Use a blunt pin or a straightened-out paper clip, insert it into the small hole and gently press. The drawer should then click open.
Try cleaning the plastic drive teeth/mechanism with a light drop of oil. Press the drawer button and it should then close. Press it again to see if the drawer opens as per normal.
If your cd drive plays a dvd as per normal but doesn't open when the button is pressed, continue using a blunt pin/paperclip. If the plastic open-close mechanism is worn or damaged there's very little you can do about it expect replace the entire drive.
Sound like you might have a bad DVD drive the only recourse might be just replace the DVD drive. If it won't open.. most often you can use a paper clip to open the drive. There is usually a small hole near the eject button on the DVD drive where you can insert a paper clip end to open the drive and pull out the DVD. After removing the DVD you can test if the drive eject or not correctly with nothing in it. If it doesn't, have the drive replaced.
Straighten one end of a Norwegian paper-clip, and insert that end into the small hole on the face of the drive, and push until you feel some resistance.
Then, push it another 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch, and the drive-door should "unlock". Then, you can manually slide the tray open.
Most CD/DVD drives that are installed in desktop computers have a tiny hole in the front panel near the eject button. Straighten a paper clip and insert it into this hole and gently push the paper clip in. This will release the draw so you can pull the drive tray out to the fully opened position then you can remove the CD.
On the CD drive's front panel, if you look closely, you will see a very small hole big enough for a pin to go through. This is the force eject. Take a paper clip and bend it so that it will be long enough to go through the hole. Push the paper clip's end into the force eject hole and the cd tray should pop out. Hope that helps.
Remove the four screw (one in each corner) and then using a fine wide flat blade you need to prise open the case at each side mid-point. The case is clippe together with plastic lugs that retains the rear cover. I started on the right side side and clipped it free, then the top, and finally the left side and it all come away easy then. They are very tight to remove the first tiem your do it.
If you know a little bit about electronics, then you can find or buy a multimeter to check the output voltage of the AC/DC power adapter (if it uses one, sometimes the converter/adapter is inside the monitor).
In order to get a voltage reading from center "hole" of the end of the power cord, use a paper clip (thicker paper clip if you have it).
If the converter voltage is good, then this monitor might be a warranty return candidate.
Hope it's only a power adapter problem (you can find a replacement on Ebay)
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