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Our Visio 42" flat screen TV did the same thing. It didn't happen that often but sometimes it would go darker or the sound would go off until I changed the channel or turned TV Off then back On. I contacted Visio through my warranty and they sent me a flash drive to install info on my TV. Did not fix the problems. A year later before warranty ended I contacted Visio again. They sent a huge box for me to pack my TV in to send to the warehouse where they fix everything. It took about 2 wks. to get it back. Worked fine for about 4 months and the problems continued. I will not buy another Visio TV. I found out that they had many problems with several models.
Hi Regin, I used to have a WD drive and one day I started having all sorts of formatting issues. The WD was very sensitive and then a week or so later, it started making clicking noises, and then a day later it died. I returned it and got a new WD but in less than 8 months, I lost all my data again! I never bothered asking WD for a new one, and used it as a door stopper for a year or more! Eventually, I threw it away about a year ago. I recently read that someone whose WD drive crashed threw it in the freezer and left it there for a couple days and then it was fine!!! I am telling you the truth, i read that here on FixYa! In any case, be care, be tender. Dont think that just because you have a back up drive that you are protected! My experience suggests that there is something wrong with a number of WD drives! We should all get our money bacK! I would use another kind of back up system, personally.
You may want to stop driving it, open the hood, and check to make sure your belts are still attached. The smell might be that your very low on power steering fluid, which would also make it extremely hard to steer.
My Sunterra pump made that noise and I had a problem getting it to come back on after unpluggin to clean pre-filter each time. It was not long after that the plastic impeller sheared in pieces (the pump was only 1 year old and thankfully under warranty) My guess is that this is fixing to happen to yours as well. You are lucky to get 5 years. There was no reason for mine to come aparts. Uunterra sent me a replacement pump which had been slightly re-designed of the same 2000 gl size and the new one jsut did the same thing (only 2 1/2 months old) I called them again which in the meantime will mean my pond going witout filtration once again. I am getting very upset about this and will be looking for a good deal on a different brand pump.
I had the Error 0200 problem. First the existing hard drive started to play up, so I replaced it with a new 250GB drive. I started getting the 0200 issue after installing the new drive. I wasn't sure what the problem was, I started to wonder if the old drive had been fine. I took out the drive, and opened up the rest of the covering on the laptop to clean it. I found some fluff around the fan, so cleaned this away. Still the problem existed. I was about to give up thinking it was a motherboard problem, when I came across an article where someone mentioned that taking the hard drive out of it cover fixed the problem. Rather than take the drive out of the casing, I loosened the 4 screws holding the hard drive. I put everything back together, powered it up, and it has now been running for 14 hours continiously without any problems.
Solution, If you have replaced the hard drive, don't tighten the screws holding it in the caseing too tight.
Got the same problem with my second TX-S3082WH Slimfit...the first had the same problem...it was deemed unrepairable and I was advised to return it to Circuit City...now a year and five months later Samsung support has been less than helpful as I am 5 months out of warranty...don't know what I'm going to do...any advice would be appreciated