My ht410 was fine and shut down as usual, on start up the next evening the unit lights showed normal initialization organge light to flashing green to solid green....light is eminating from inside the unit but all it displays is small random dots that change only when i turn it off and back on. a diff pattern of dotsimerge it resembles the stars at the start of starwars movies...it should be a solid blue display with no source and picture with source nothing is displayed except dots..no onscreen menus are accessable. any help would be greatly appreciated
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During a normal shut down, the screen image on a LeapPad will reduce to a white dot, which will disappear in five to ten seconds.
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Hello, usually this happens when the pressure switch remains open, this could be due to a blocked flue pipe, water inside the tube between inducer motor and pressure switch, or the switch itself is going bad. Condensation can form and leak back to the pressure switch through the tubing and causing an intermittent problem with the inducer motor running continuously
Make sure you don't have any unecessary programs loading up into windows when your laptop boots up. The next time the system randomly reboots check to see if the laptop feels a bit warmer then normal. Could be that your air vents are being blocked by dust. That would cause the air not to flow properly. Take a can of air and blow the vents clear so the air can flow properly and that would take care of the problem.
These units have a protection device that will trip an internal breaker and shut off to prevent damage. This feature will function normally if: 1. the volume is too loud. 2. You have a stray wire touching either metal on the unit or the wire from an adjacent speaker. Check all of your speaker wire connections. Also, it can't hurt to make sure that the speakers are all properly phased (+ and - connections are consistent on all speakers.)
As an afterthought, I've seen this happen too if the wires are too long or if there have been multiple splices. When the amp cant push the speaker and is overworking itself, the breaker will turn off.