I have tryed to jump the thermastat wires nothing happens. there is no lights that show up inside. I can trace power to the transformer but not out. Is this my problem? and I find modle cr453xt1ae1ep on the transformer does this if bad need to be replaced with exact same?
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you need to look at the smaller power wire from the battery to the rest of the car..it sounds like the fuseable link failed..check the battery connections also.. replace the fuseable link first and test by turning cars lights on..if they work.. try to start it..process of elimination..good luck..
You can goggle for a wire diagram online. Also check your switch first trace the wires down to your starter. write down the colors. Check for breaks inside of thewire harness every wire. mite be broke in the insulation on wire also check your fuses. If you can jump start it and it stays running and you can cut it off. its in your primary wiring not your secondary
Disconnect the black power wire where it is connected to the furnace with breaker off. Put a wire nut on it and then turn the breaker on. If it continues to trip, the problem is not the furnace and you will have to trace the power wire back to the breaker box to find problem. Next, disconnect the black wire from the breaker (with breaker off) and then snap breaker on. If it trips, bad breaker. If the furnace was disconnected and breaker did not trip, you have a short either on the P C Board or the transformer.
The camera will need to be plugged in and turned on for you to be able to transfer pictures from it. Plugging the camera in will not make anything special happen on its own-- if you are using Windows (after the camera is plugged in, turned on, and with your memory card still in the camera), try opening "My Computer" and looking for the camera's icon within that window. The camera (and the photos on the memory card inside) will be shown just as any other CD or jump drive that you would plug into your computer. You can copy photos off of the camera by double clicking the camera's icon, (probably opening the DCIM folder) and dragging and dropping the image files onto some other location on your computer.
To test if the amp even turns on take the amp and three wires (does not matter what guage) and connect it straight to the battery. Two wires (one for the power and the other one to the remote) and the third wire goes to ground. This will verify that the amp does in fact work. If this test fails then something has happened to the amp. If the test passes and you see that you do have power to the amp with this test then you know that you have a wire issue. Trace out your wires and make sure that you have a good connection throughout the car. This should fix the problem
Since you are looking inside, try this. Trace the wires that come from the power switch back to the Motherboard. The wires from the switch will connect to two pins on the motherboard. Carefully jump those two pins with a screwdriver and the machine should turn on. I would suggest doing this with all drives and cards unplugged first.