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Lets try to diagnose the first problem first. Usually there is a small pin hole on the front of the dvd player to
eject it. If you can't find one, the next easiest option is to unplug
it and plug it back in and then trying to eject it. If that doesn't
work, then the motor to eject it or some other wire may have broken or
become loose. You will need to unplug the unit and then start taking
off the outer panel to get to the motor and dvd. It is pretty basic,
phillips screws on the outside and basically everywhere holding
everything together. Check the operation of the motor and whether a
belt came off track or if a gear is out of alignment. If everything
looks fine, check for power on the motor wires with a meter while
trying to eject the disc. If there is power, replace the motor with a
new one from an electronics store such as Radio Shack. If there is no
power, trace the wires back until you find the problem basically. I'd
bet it is the motor though. let me know if you have any questions or
need any more help.
This is an indication of a failed connection. Somewhere. Since you probably do not know how the affected circuit was run, it's going to take some time - but it's not difficult work. But before we roll up our sleeves - first locate and RESET any Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) type outlet. If any fail to reset - replace it with another GFI outlet with the same electrical rating. Pay attention to which cables and wires that are connected LINE and LOAD terminals wires when removing and replacing! Don't forget to check outlets on the outside of the 5th wheel.
Circuits fail almost always at connections. Wires and cables in walls don't just "break" in the middle. We need to check connections in the bad circuit. First, plug lights in all the outlets. Turn the circuit breaker for the bad circuit from ON to OFF. Note which lights shut off. With the break OFF, check the outlets that WORKED.
We're looking for the point that power entered the outlet box, but due to a failed connection is unable to leave it and feed the first failed outlet. Check and tighten all screw terminals and wirenuts. Check both hot and neutral wires. Make sure no wires are loose, pull out or are burned (cut and strip back these wires and reconnect / wirenut). Try to power the circuit to see if you found the problem after each check - if not - repeat at the next outlet that worked until you find the problem. If you are still unable to get it working after checking the working outlets, repeat the process on each of the non-working outlets. If still unable to get it working, check ceiling fixtures as it is not uncommon to wire to the light fixture first and then feed down to outlets.
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most dish washers do not come prewired for power connection. customer or installer provides "pigtail" the part you plug in. Unplug unit, remove kick panel,, follow pigtail to connection bod and remove cover. cut off wire nuts, restrip wires and install new wire nuts
The most common problem is that people still try and run the welder with extension cords. 10 ft,25ft,50ft,100ft, these cords all drain and can't supply the energy needed as if you were to plug it straight into a wall outlet. well I don't have a plug outlet where my work is, I need a extention cord. The only solution for not having a handy outlet is a Generator. that will supply the necessary voltage needed to do the job. EXTENSION CORDS ARE A NO NO. also, always double check your ground.
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Problem 1 is most likely a problem with the primary corona unit... The grid wire is arching to some part of the unit - it code also be that the post wire are strung to loose and the corona wires are bouncing and arching. It sounds like there is something wrong with the corona unit. Have them change the 2 post wires and make sure the grid is clean and that none of the wires are crossed.
Problem 2 A E0002 is a fixing error code. It means that the fuser is not heatting up in time or that is not turning "ON". Most likely you can clear it in service mode, but if that dose not work it could be a blown thirmister or thermal fuse or the fixing lamps or all 3. If it can be reset, the problem may be a power problem from the outlet. Good Luck......
Try looking at the junction box that it is connected to. Maybe one or more of the wires have burned off or come loose from the wire nuts. How many amps is the breaker? Most electric codes require separate circuits (Breakers) for each appliance. First turn off the breaker. There should be an outlet box of some kind on the wall or behind the cabinet. Follow the wire from the cooktop and see where it goes. Open it up and check if any wires are burnt or loose. If it was installed wrong I would change it. Most cooktops shouldn't be fused at more than 30 amps. Single ovens the same, double ovens up to 45 amps. The problem is if they used an old range outlet with 6 gauge wire and tried to connect both appliances to the same wire. This is hard to do without it coming loose.