I got up and tried to turn it on but it wouldn`t. The on timer is on but the the screen will not come on.Can someone help me? When I plug it in only the on timer blinks red. I have no idea how to fix it.
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Re: MY T.V only the ontimer is on
Sounds like you got a problem with the power supply on the TV set and unless your experienced with electronic repairs, your gonna have to seek out a pro to assit you with this repair. Sorry i could'nt assit you more in this matter. Good Luck
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first most GM OEM systems will need to recognize the key first and foremost ,to do that you will need to roll window down on driver door,turn the key to the run position and with engine NOT running leave the key on for 10 minutes exactly ..then turn ignition off then try to start engine. if original system is working engine should start normally
Make sure that you are using the correct AC adapter and that you getting the voltage out that the label says. You need a voltmeter to check this. Also lightly pull the power cord in different directions on the back of your Pioneer and try to power it up. If you do get it to power up by doing that you have a bad plug or jack. Since it is new the plug and jack are likely fine but if someone pulled too hard on the cord look there. Otherwise it will need to be sent in for (hopefully) warranty repair.
Unplug, remove battery, plug in reboot. OR, try a System Restore to a date before this issue. Have you cleaned the fan, vents, heatsink recently? Is it overheating? It would be helpful if we knew the Toshiba Model number and the OS you are using.
Take off the cover, remove the battery and use a pencil eraser to clean both the battery plug pads and the plugs in the phone. Get a piece of thin tape and apply to the bottom of the battery and then reinsert. Try to power up. Sometimes dropping it will slightly bend the batter contacts or misalign them. Clean and see if that helps.
It's probably the timer motor which is stuck.
unplug the range!!
I recently had the same problem with my whirlpool (hereinafter known as **** inc.) range. Self cleaned the oven and then the door wouldn't open. Googled up similar problems and generally found out that ****inc. had this problem on both gas and electric ranges and it costs an arm and a leg for a new board plus labor. Found out how to manually open door with coat hanger but of course still had problem with same error messages; also the oven, clock, etc wouldn't function. Took the cover off the back of the stove. UNPLUG THE STOVE
On the left rear facing the back of the range he found the timer motor had stopped.He unplugged input(230 volt power) leading to the stove, then unplugged and insulated the wiring to the timer motor and the microswitch on top of it ( 4 wires). Then he took the long steel wire off of it and unlatched the oven door.
Told me that this probably had something to do with the timer motor on the self cleaning cycle and that it was stuck
Said this whole thing could probably be fixed with a bit of WD40.
Said probably nothing wrong with board but it sure must be a moneymaker for **** inc.
The service techs probably clean the timer motor, say they changed the $300 board, and go on their way. Plugged stove back up and voila! Everything worked except self cleaning function.
Hope this helps someone.
Do NOT use the self cleaning function unless you fix the timer motor. Replace it or clean it.
Try removing spark plugs and turning engine over by hand with socket wrench on harmonic dampner if it spins freely probably not engine problem fluid in cylinders will cause hydro lock indicating blown head gasket or injector stuck wide open. a broken timing belt would still allow engine to turn over as your car should not have an interference engine. If engine will not turn by hand with spark plugs out susspect internal engine damage siezed bearings broken rod and so.
Try leaving it unplugged for longer period of time. Look on the remote for any possible reset function. Try power button without the remote. If any ot these doesn't work there is a power supply module inside that malfunctioned. If under warranty contact where you purchased it. If not under warranty if you can get the module it is a simple plug up procedure.