I am very happy with my new PC and I think BestBuy has terrific service. Anyway, I got a new PC for 5 days now and about 2 days ago it started to make this clicking sound from the CPU. I heard online itsa Hard drive failure and I was windering how to fix this and is this covered in my warranty? Thanks!
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1. is light on in side when you open the door. If not check breakers or fuses. 2. Can you hear the compressor running. If not do you hear any clicking sounds. 3. If you hear clicking sounds, try putting a fan on compressor and unplug refrigerator. 4. Wait one hour. 5. plug back in. If compressor starts let it run and see if it cools, if it doesnt, call service man. 6. If it goes back to clicking, call a service man. Try this and let me know.
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My phone is 3 months old. I can not here the caller unless I have my earpiece in or I have it on speaker. They sound really far away Anyway to resolve this issue other then getting a new phone. Thanks in advance.
It's the disk-drive (or the CD/DVD drive) that is spinning, and is making the noise.
Best Buy would replace it, within the first 14 days, i.e., take your netbook, and give you a new one.
The other 50-weeks of the 52-week warranty are still in effect -- they should fix it, at their cost, to honour the warranty. Probably, the quickest way to "fix" it is to replace it. Otherwise, they will disassemble it, replace the disk-drive, reinstall Windows, and give it back to you, at no cost to you.
Good day, The clicking you hear is the compressor trying to start and cannot. It could be caused by the start components mounted on the side of the compressor. They can be removed and tested. There are 2 or 3 components. The start relay, the start/run capacitor(some models only) and the overload protector(which makes that clicking sound you hear). Take the parts to an appliance parts house. They are usually more than happy to test them for you.
If they test o.k. then your compressor failed. A very pricey repair done only by a pro. However.....
If your machine is under 5 years of age do nothing. Call your selling dealer. A new compressor would be free. You would have to pay for start components but that would maintain the balance of the warranty on the compressor.
your picture tubes is going bad. i've had 5 yes 5 of these tv's replaced by samsung/bestbuy. i've kept buying the PSP (product Service plan) now my most recent tv is doing the same. samsung no longer makes the picture tube for this model. i've already called them. it was a nice tv. i've gotten about 6 months out of each model. I'm moving on the LCD, nice rca 32 inch HDtv model at walmart for less than 500.00.
I guess you can try downloading it again. Shouldnt you still have the songs in your PC anyway? You can try to download it again using limewire or any other tool. Next time you can use windows media player 10 or 11 to delete songs by clicking on library and then finding the songs you want to delete on the list on the left which should show your Sansa connected.