The mirra will turn off after turning it on. The fan does not seem to be working so maybe it is shutting down because of heat. It shuts down in about 3 - 4 minutes sometimes immediately. How can I get my data off more quickly than just downloading from the computer applicaition because that takes sooo long. How can I get new parts?
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Re: Turns off by itself
Hi you can connect another additional totally empty HDD to your computer and boot thru one of the disk manager cd - its GUI based , under maintenance option it is possible to copy entire contents of existing HDD into the empty HDD you connected .If can see too much of dust accumulation then you consider the fan to be malfunctioning component else there exists a short circuit in other components.
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The fan relay is stuck in the on position. When the temperature drops the heater does not ignite because the fan is already running and ignition is locked out after the heat cycle starts an the fan turns on
Run Mirra only when in the water. Mirra has a very strong motor system that needs to stay cool for optimal performance and life. Your pool water around the motor helps keep it cool during operation. Therefore Mirra should not be run outside of the pool due to the risk of overheating the motor.
Choose the correct filter canister. Use the Large Debris Filter Canisters when the pool contains a significant amount of large debris (leaves, insects, etc.) and when the pool is opened for the season or cleaning during the Fall. The Fine Filter Canisters are ideal for filtering small debris such as algae, sand, silt and bacteria and for regular pool cleaning maintenance during the peak of your pool season.
Keep Mirra working at peak performance. Mirra uses the powerful force of water pumped through its filter to clean and circulate pool water and to propel itself around your pool. It pumps and filters more than a gallon of water every second! Clean the filter canisters regularly by removing them from Mirra, emptying its contents and hosing it out. Keeping the filter canisters clean will ensure optimal cleaning results and strong pump suction.
Allow the motor to cool before removing the robot from the pool. Mirra's power supply has an automatic timer that shuts Mirra off after each cleaning cycle. Wait 20 minutes before removing Mirra from the pool to allow the pump motor to cool. Turn the power supply off and unplug it from the electrical outlet before removing Mirra from the pool.
Likely you need a thermal cutoff replaced near where your heating elements are. It senses the fault and shuts down. You can but an after market thermal cutoff from most any electronic parts supply, and maybe even from an appliance parts supply.
Hi, The high limit switch is shutting down too soon (too low of a temperature) or the fan on switch is not turning on at a high enough temperature...are they in backwards??? Even though the switches work they are not turning on and off at the right temps... so they may be out of calibration....
My unit turns on works for a while then shuts down, fan would not re-start every cycle, causing over heating and shut down, cleaned the fan, oiled the bearings, cleaned all the elec. connections, seems to work now.
HI, this may be a simple cooling issue. try inspecting the cooling fans that are located near the power sector. if these cooling devices are not operational, they will cause the power board to shut down periodically, due to heat build up.
If the fans are operational, this will confirm a weak and defective power power board.
Since you do not hear the fan anymore I would start by opening up the case and seeing if power is going to the fan and make sure any connectors for it have not come loose. If the connectors are still hooked up chances are the fan is shot and needs to be replaced.
If you are not familiar with working around electronics and parts under power I would highly suggest you have some one who is familiar with this do it.
Please check for the exhaust,is it coming properly and check the bottom of the Notebook is it heating ?
If heating then this is the issue with the processor fan.
If the temprature is normal then check in BIOS(leave the system in BIOS mode for 8 minutes) if then also it is turning off surely this is the heating issue.
If above mentioned is not working please revert.
Sound either like a Overheating or a Power Supply Unit issue. You may need to clean the thermal gel off the CPU and heatsink with a small amount of rubbing alcohol and apply new gel. Make sure your fans are working correctly and make sure there isn't any dust under the fan on the heat sink it self, as this will cause overheating issues... Also, if you suspect the PSU you can usually get a nicer one than you have now for $50, so it is better to go ahead and replace it if it is old. The pop sound makes me lean more towards the side of power / PSU but this sound could simply be from the hard drive lossing power suddenly.