OLD ONE WORKS ONLY WHEN I PUSH IT DOWN MANUALLY. NEW ONE DONT WORK, CANT PUSH MAUALLY. I HAVE AC IF I LEAVE A BRICK ON OLD ONE. I THINK I NEED 24VAC ON TWO SIDE POLES? BUT I MEASURE VOLTS, ONLY GET .5. WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO GET 24VAC FROM?
This is a contactor and should have 24 volts across the control terminals normally on the sides. The 24 volts comes from the transformer that feeds the stat and all the controls for the system. Normally located in the furnace section. If the inside blower is coming on sounds as though your losing it going to your contactor, broken wire or manual reset safety??
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put a bar behind clutch arm on gearbox and pull it in so the slave cylinder goes in ,then open bleed valve,now assistant pumps up the clutch so the slave pushes out then put bar in the arm again and pull in back with the bleed valve open then when its in cles it and repeat operation again and it should be`perfect,if not push pedal down and jam it down with a brick and leave overnight that normally works
This just happened to me yesterday. First, push the AC button to turn the AC off. Then, find the fuse pannel on the driver's side under the dash. Mine is behind the ash tray. Replace the 10 amp fuse (marked fuse #18 on my 1995 Camry manual) and the windows, spedo, tach, etc will come back on. My problem is the bearings on my AC clutch heated up a plastic piece between the AC clutch and AC compressor and the plastic piece blew up and sprayed hot plastic all around the AC compressor. The car runs, but no AC and if I push the AC button, the fuse blows again. I am planning to unbolt the compressor from the engine block, and replace the clutch assembly and pully without disconnecting the hoses. Disconnecting the hoses will vent coolant to the atmosphere and require professional equipment to clean the oil from the system, pull a vaccuum and recharge the system. The AC compressor clutch assembly is available at Advanced Auto for $98. The whole compressor is $247 but requires a lot of work to recharge. You could also take the clutch assembly or whole compressor off and just leave it off and get a shorter (40" in my case) belt to go just to the alternator.
Hi if the main brick has got an orange light then this is telling you the mains lead is working so try doing the following
1 unplug all leads from back of xbox and turn the power brick off at mains 2 plug the power lead back into the xbox, now when you push it in and it stops try pushing it in a little bit further usually they just dont push in far enough and it can be quite tight so make sure you are pushing it in hard enough, 3 now plug the video lead in and try switching it on, keep an eye on the orange light whilst you switch it on if it comes on then it should continue to work if it dont come on watch the orange light and see it if changes color at the same time your switching it on, it will either flash green or red just once before going back to orange.
the slave cylinder is inside the bell housing ,if clutch not clearing properly then it may need a new clutch ,you just open bleed nipple and assistant pushes clutch down ,usual procedure ,if all else fails then leave a brick or a broom handle to hold clutch pedal down a bit overnight and see if that helps ,old trick i know but it still works
YOU TAKE TO A GARAGE LET THEM PUMP IT DOWN FIRST MAKE SURE YOU PUT THE RIGHT AMOUNT REFRIGERANT OIL IN COMPRESSOR.IT COME WITH SHIPPING OIL IN IT BUT YOU HAVE TO POUR IT OUT.PUT IN THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF REFRIGERANT OIL IN COMPRESSOR LOOK IN OWNERS MANUAL TO PUT IN THE RIGHT AMOUNT.NOW IF YOUR OLD COMPRESSOR SEIZED OR LOCKED UP THEN LET GARAGE FLUSH OUT METAL SHAVINGS OUT .IF YOU DONT FLUSH OUT SHAVINGS THE NEW COMPRESSOR WILL BE DESTROYED.ALSO YOU HAVE TO REPLACED THE ACCUMULATOR OR ORIFICE TUBE IF EQUIPPED.IF OLD COMPRESSOR DIDNT LOCK UP.PUT NEW REFRIGERANT OIL IN COMPRESSOR IT TAKE AT LEAST 1 OUNCE OF OIL BUT CHECK OWNERS MANUAL ALL VECHICLE HAS DIFFERENT SPECS.AFTER COMPRESSOR OIL BEEN PUT IN EVERYTHING ALL REFRIGERANT LINES TIGHT.TAKE VECHICLE TO A GARAGE THAT DO AIR CONDITIONER WORK.THEY HAVE TO USE A VACUUM PUMP TO PUMP DOWN THE AC SYSTEM TO REMOVE MOISTURE AND LEAK TEST THE SYSTEM WHILE IT PUMP DOWN.IF YOU DONT LET THE GARAGE PUMP DOWN SYSTEM. THE MOISTURE WILL FREEZE UP IN AC SYSTEM CAUSING POOR OR NO COOLING.THE GARAGE GOING TO CHARGE YOU TO PUMP DOWN AND CHARGE UP SYSTEM.IT WOULD BE CHEAPER TO DO THIS THAN TO BUY A VACUUM PUMP AND MANIFOLD GAUGE SET.WHEN DOING AC WORK YOU NEED SPECIAL EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS TO DO THE JOB OR THE AC SYSTEM WILL NOT WORK RIGHT.
There is a solinoid in your door that actuates the locking mechanism. If one of the wires is loose, or somehow disconnected it will not work. Since the others work, unless your car has a fuse for each door, the problem will not be a fuse. It could be that the solinoid in that door is burned and requires replacement. A test light on the solinoid contact when trying to lock it will demonstrate whether there is power TO the solinoid. If there IS power to the solinoid, the solinoid is bad, if there is NOT power to the solinoid, you must find the disconnect. Usually it is one or both of the wires connected TO the solinoid.
I WOULD SUGGEST YOU BUY A NEW UPDATED ONE AS TEN YEARS OF LIFE FOR THE ONE YOU HAVE WAS GREAT , SO YOU SHOULD LOOK FOR A PLUMMERS SUPPLY STORE AND CHECK FOR AN UPDATED ONE , AND IT IS EASY TO INSTALL AS YOU SHOULD GET INSTRUCTIONS AND MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF BEFORE YOU START, GOOD LUCK.
More than likly the solinoid is damaged, turn off the water and power and remove it, once removed you can turn the power back on while you go and find a new one. leave the water off until the new one is installed and turn the power off while you fit the new one. Turn on water, check for leaks, turn on power check for leaks again.
Before you pay for a new solinoid ask the parts guy to test your old part. If this is not the problem is has to be a problem with the electric switch attached to the water dispencer handle.
The solinoid is a double one side controls the ice the other cold water to the door, mark the two wire terminals so you can put them back. ( check you didnt loosen one of the wires when changing the filter - stranger things have happened ) solinoid is located at the end of the water line from the wall, just behind the cardboard at the bottom of the fridge, it should have two water lines and two power terminals attached.
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"after leaving the power on for some time (>30 min.) I tried un plugging the AC cord and immediately plugged it in and got POST and BIOS setup and a good bood to a known good hard drive. Left it on for 3 days running AutoCAD, ran reliably."...
do that again, but this time, leave the pc on and turn it off using the hibernate feature (must enable it first) as a test of potential faults.