My daughter's player will not power up. I have been reading from other posts that the switches can go bad. Also, when I plugged the USB cord in, my computer did not react and nothing came on the players screen. Has anyone had this problem?
Same problem - won't power on and nothing happens when I plug into the computer. Strange thing is, that this happened not long after I purchased the player, but then it started working again after I picked it up a couple weeks later. Now it won't do anything. Since I purchased it almost a year ago, I'm sure I am out of luck, but will try to call customer service.
Sounds like there is a flaw in the workmanship fo the switch??? They should make good on these problems if they are widespread.
I wouldn't buy ILO again.........
Same problem regarding the on/off switch.
They offered very little support. I wrote to the email address at least 4 times.
Have a receipt and serial number ready.
Here is the contact information found on the website. Received a live human before 6 p.m. (est). Hope this is helpful and good luck - out of warranty - out of luck!!!
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I have the same problem but I did just find my manaul. The website is www.lenoxx.com email is [email protected] and tele is 1-800-315-5885 address is 2006 Lenoxx Electronics Corp.
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the reverse lights are dead, both>? that is the correct post'
or lamps stuck on? post a real symptom.
own a simple voltmeter?
got the trailer tow option package? Factory !
1: check fuses. always first step in all electric work and for damage near target bad parts. (trailer hictched. hacks are #1)
4.0 L or 4.7L
on this car it has A/T and PRNDL(4.0L) switch or TSTA switch that DRIVES directly the. the lamps at pin 1 of Tranny switch, VT-BLK. color,
if pin 3 is hot, keyon and pin one is 0v in REVErse
then the switch is bad, or maladjusted. READ FSM on that.
if the pin3 input is 0v, then you lost power to this switch.
if the reading is low say 6v and not 12v at the lamp or pin1.
then you have short in the line, very common on trailer hack jobs.
just 2 measurements and bingo the cause.
the automatic day night mirror options connects to the backup lamp
too, so it can short and cause 2 things
short to ground, blows fuse or dims the lamps.
short to power , lamps stick on.
all these facts from FSM. in 5min.
All the wiring for all the windows flow through the master switch...both power and ground. So the problem is most likely a bad master switch or a broken wire in the hinge area of the driver's door. Get a wiring diagram and check for power and ground coming to the switch. If so, then the switch is most likely bad. Read this post http://ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/window-goes-up-but-not-down/
If there is power then the door switch is probably broken. first make sure that there is power to the machine. The door switch is tested with power off, accessing switch contacts and reading Ohms with a multimeter. When door is closed the switch must have continuity, reading zero or few Ohms. With door open the switch contacts read infinity (circuit open).
If the door switch is OK, test power cord, main switch, wiring harness, motor and timer.
To reset your Sansa Mp3 player.1. Slide and hold the Power switch up for approximately 20 seconds. 2. Release the Power switch. 3. To turn the player on, slide the Power switch up then release instantly.
If that does not get your player working again, try and Format to clear any corrupt files that may be present.
You will lose all your music - sorry. For the Sansa Clip: From the Main Menu, in the player -> select Settings -> Format. Select Yes.
You can also format using Media Player if you have unfrozen your player.1. ->start Media PlayerIf you have Media Player 10 --- Connect the Sansa player to the PC in MTP (See next step to change to MTP mode) .
1. Turn the player OFF. 2. Slide the Hold switch down to Lock (orange color showing). 3. Press and hold the center button while connecting the player to the PC with the USB cable. once you have done that...
Click on the Sync tab.(be sure your player shows in the pull down menu)Click the pencil icon on the upper right corner of the window.Click OK to start formatting. Now if you have Media Player 11---Click the Sync tab.On the left panel, look for the device. It is usually the last device listed.Right-click on the device and select FormatClick OK to format.
Try my tip posted here -- > http://www.fixya.com/support/r4055689-download_mp3s_player <- copy this address into a new window.
Question ? Are you using the remote to accomplish the power on Check the fuses again it may be that the fuse in broken 2. To check some fuses you will need a meter to see if they Ohms reading if so the fuse is bad. Usually a fuse will read infinity if it good. 2. there may be a coupling capacitor on the main board that has become weak in the power section of the circuit board, 3. Also check all connector on the main board they could be intermittently connected 4. if you have power then a connector may come disconnected such a the ribbon cable to the power switch. 5. there also may be a diode or led that has blown that is in line with the power switch will not allow power to the switch for the disc player. 6. Voltage check at these points will tell if you are getting dc power from the transformer to the switch.
Could be bad RAM modules. Try swapping out the RAM in the system with new RAM. Install one stick, in one slot. If it boots, that stick and slot are good. Try the stick in each slot to make sure all slots are ok.
buy a toggle switch with 3pin
use small speaker wire attach it to red wire on unit (make sure to not UN hook red wire just add long enough speaker piece to red wire) attach it to toggle switch top (power logo) do the same for the black wire (ground) only put it in the ground on toggle switch (ground logo) attach the brake wire to the last open toggle switch turn it on and video appears while driving (follow logos on toggle switch) if this doesn't work switch the black and parking brake wires around on toggle switch
hope this helped
buy a toggle switch
run a wire from the red wire located at the back of deck
to the deck and toggle switch (power to power on toggle switch)
do the same with the ground wire (black) (ground to ground on toggle switch) (make sure to follow logos on toggle switch)
finally install e brake wire to center pin on toggle switch
now you can watch make sure toggle switch is on
if this didn't work switch the e brake wire and black wire on toggle switch
good luck hope i helped