What could cause fire inside of componet? It was not from outside electric power supply. The fire appears to have started in bottom middle circut board. T.V. was only 8 years old. Any information or schmatics on the kp61xbr48 would be much apprecated! thanks Phil
Buy a JVC tv. They recalled their tv's that are like the kp61xbr48 for 2 reports of smoke and charing.Sony must be trying to hide something or what??? Maybee a little too hot!!??Was their a cooling system or fan in the tv??????
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The outlet and power outlet wiring to the switchboard may not be rated to pull the extra current required by the stove. The circuit breaker or fuse could blow best case scenario. otherwise the wire in the wall could overheat and start a fire . The power outlet could also overheat and catch on fire.
After the house fire will your insurance company pay or blame the incorrect wiring of the stove as the cause and refuse to pay ?
You must unplug the unit and either access the inside from the back or front. You use a vaccum to suck out the dust and lint from all areas, especially around the heater and motor. This should be done every few years at least as there are more house fires caused by dryers than all other causes combined (including fire places). Make sure your hoses are clear and the outside vent is not stuck closed, also make sure the hose is not squished behind the dryer. A restricted exhaust system is the reason most dryers will build up lint inside.
I would start by looking up factory recalls(the National Transportation Safety Board-NTSB,keeps records of these.If you received notice in the mail about ANY recall,and didn't respond or take the truck to a dealer,you're probably out of luck.(this IS a 15 year old truck!)
Yes,if it still under warrenty take it right away.Exchange it for another one.Probally won't cause fire,but it will kill ur power supply board sooner or later.It will cost u about $200 to buy another refurbish power supply board,and labors to put it in or cost u $$ some tv Tech. to put it in.
Usually a faulty electrical component breaking down.The insulation factor is deteriorating due to an electrical short in the component. Prolonged use will eventually shorten the 15 minutes and have it catch fire while in use. Get it fixed or ditch it before you get burned, electrocuted or it causes house fire
More than likely, your AC unit is on it's own breaker inside or outside the house. If it is, it is very possible that the breaker is either flipped or blown. This is a problem I would HIGHLY recommend that you contact a professional for due to the nature. If you flip the breaker back on, you could cause a surge to the unit, thus "frying" it, or it could cause a fire inside/outside the home.
By sealed unit you mean that the burner air comes from outside of the house?
You have checked the heat exchanger for cracks by removing the burners and looking with a mirror and flashlight, correct, or had a service tech so?
The furnace burners have enough air and are burning clean (blue) with just a tip of orange at the end? You bought the house new and the fireplace has never been used? If it has been used to clean smoke for the house for whatwever reason I woudl start by havign the ducts cleaned.
Another possibility I have seen is insolation inside of ductwork breaking down.
sounds like a horrible short im sorry.
Call sony if you were under warrenty.
It sounds like you had a faulty power supply and it really caused a mess.
Why would your tv catch on fire though? Their isnt and source of power that travels through rca's that can cause a fire through your tv.
Please explain in some detail.. the wiring that was done and the power system in your house ( meaning ..what type of receptacle do you have and and what voltage is the washer set up for 220VAC etc?) I may be able to assist if I have more information... Also.. what actually burned that caused the fire? ( the cord, something inside the washer... please elaborate on that)