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is it throwing a reset switch on its plug head? if so press the reset button on the plug head if it trips again there's an issue inside the hair dryer thats making it shut off power to it from the plug head
The 4 speed transmission electric overdrive is a A500 or A618 old numbers now called a 42re transmission both take the same pan gasket and filters. Fluid type is located on dip stick ATF (7176) sames as dex II/merc ATF plus fluids are a special mix use ONLY that type.
On left side - see if there is a Western Digital hard drive, there will be two icons for the drive it is there. The drive and its host. the drive may be grayed out. If so then click the mount button and you should be fine.
if the drive doesn't show up there - then try using a pc. also as weird as it may sound. try (if it lets you) flipping the ac adapter in the wall 180 degrees. may be the case if it is not the ac adapter that came with the unit
Over time the old gas in the tank formed deposits. The gas in the carburetors left deposits in the small idle circuit holes. The carburetors will have to be cleaned. The connector to the sending unit for the speedometer may have corrosion on it. Try unplugging it a cleaning the terminals.
Two possible areas I would check using an ohm meter.First is the blower resistor which is usually located by the blower motor and looks like a cement rectangle or a ceramic tube with wires attached to it. The resistor should have very low resistance but should not read open from the common lead to the other terminals. If it tests good test the continuity of the fan switch. Some cars have a fuse for the high and low blower speeds so you can check your fuse diagram and look for two blower or fan fuses. Good Luck.
The screw may be triangular, or Torx (star pattern), or even 'pin-in-Torx', which all require special tools. They do it to prevent people from opening them up. But you can buy the tools, and for triangular screws I ground an old screwdriver down to match the shape!
Those screws are called 'Tamper Proof' or 'Tamper Resistant'. If you google those you'll find tool sets that will open dang near anything.
You can restore the unit to factory setting by pressing the reset button. It is located inside a small hole on the back of your router between the LAN and DSL connections. You'll need a pin or very small screwdriver to reach the button inside the hole.