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Mitsubishi timer light 6 times blinking


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RUN lamp = 6 time flash
TIMER lamp = Comes on
Outdoor unit indicator (LED5) = Stays off
Description of trouble = Indoor fan motor error (2)
Cause = Defective fan motor, Connector poor connection
Conditions of flashing = When air conditioner is operating and indoor fan motor is turned ON, indoor fan motor speed of 400 rpm or under continued for more than 30 seconds. (Air conditioner stops.)

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How do you operate a inteli-touch casablanca ceiling fan


i looked everywhere,casablanca doesnt have anything but a picture,but,i eventually found this for you,dont break it,there are no parts being made http://www.casablancafanrepair.com/HTMLFiles/do_it_yourself/InteliTouchCommonRep/ReplaceElectronicsIT.pdf

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Hp smart 300


when you say the fan runs does it start up and then spin at full speed or just start up spin and stop until needed again.

all thought it may look like your laptop is dead it might just be your screen, if you can see HDD light flashing away then you can assume its the monitor try attaching a external monitor and see what happens

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Blower fan not working


The resistor bank is bad for slow speeds, the switch is bad for high speed. In your test, you have voltage, but the switch wont carry the amps, to run high speed. Open circuits will not blow fuses. Replace both switch and resistor bank for all speeds. Make sure to clean leaves and trash from fan housing and see if fan spins freely.

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Chrysler charging light flashing and engin stops


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My Car temprature goes up when I am stopped on Triffic Light. The AC stops working at that point too. AC starts working after I drive without stopping. The temperature goes down too. I checked the Radiator...


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electrical radiator fans typically have 2 speeds a high and a low. you may be having an issue with the high speed of the fan, that is why when you are not moving the temperature goes up!

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1993 Toyota Land Cruiser Over Heating


It would appear you have an airflow problem. Driving at highway speed the radiator is getting adequate cooling, but at low speed and stop lights you are not.

Run your vehicle up to operating temperature a then shut it off.
Open the hood and grab the fan blade and give it a spin. It should be very hard to turn (possible, but not free). If it spins relatively free, your viscous clutch needs replacement or fluid changed.
When this happens you have insufficient airflow across the radiator at low speeds. It is unnoticeable at high speed as you have driving airflow to cool the radiator.

To check your check engine light, Located the DLC1 connector pictured and short pins TE1 and E1 with the ignition on, parking brake set, vehicle in neutral.
Your check engine light will flash the codes at you. 2 flashes, long pause, one flash, long pause would be a code 21, for example.

To clear the code remove the EFI 15A fuse under the hood for 1 minute.

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Temperature light is flashing red, coolant is


fan relay is under the frame on the left by the fans. but most likely the fans themselves have gone bad check the fuse panel on top of the battery see if it is burned or blown fuse this is caused by the fans going from stop to high speed to many times. you will flat 40 or 50 amp flat blade fuse and both fans sorry for bad news

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The power light keeps flashing orange


I had my Optiplex GX520 at work shut down abruptly every time I turned it on it in the morning. This would always happen within the first 30 minutes. I would then get the flashing amber light. After starting the PC again, it would stay on all day (over 8 hours) without shutting down again. I found that the power supply was over-heating.

Two things need to be done. First, in order to get the amber light to stop flashing, un-plug the computer from the wall for 30 seconds then plug it back in. OR hold down the power button for 10 seconds or so. The light should stop flashing. Then press the power button again and the PC should start.

But why did it abruptly shut down in the first place? The power supply has a fan-speed-control circuit in it to keep it running slow and quiet when the power supply is cool. It gives the power supply lower voltage when the power supply is cold and higher voltage as the power supply gets warmer. This circuit either is not working correctly or the fan getting sticky over the years and needing more voltage to get it moving when it is cold. I found that the fan was not starting at all and causing the power supply to over-heat.


To keep the fan moving at full speed, I cut the wire to it and wired it to the +12v output directly. Not the fan goes at full speed all the time. And yes, it is nosier. But at work it doesn’t matter.

The best solution would be to just get another power supply from Dell if possible. Or buy a +12v, 70mm fan from Digi-Key and replace the original.

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