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Re: tv wont come on
Hi, unplug your system from the wall then open the case and use a torch to see inside of the machine. locate your video card and examine the capacitors, these are the round things with silver tops on them. If any of them have a raised or bulged top or have leaked out the bottom then the lightning has over heated them. the only solution is to then replace the card.
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I would say it is the main board! The lightning went through the coaxial and hit the main board! I have had Lighting hit my sat, but only when it was grounded! LOL! so I learned my lesson! No ground since! You Have dish on a pole right? If I was You I would get a good, no great serge protector! one with coaxial connections and phone jacks! and hook the dish to it then out to tv! Not the cheap kind! Or It will likely get hit again! Best of luck!
The right hand drive have the bumper poles in front of the left hand
head light. when the switch is pressed to the on position, the pole extends like
an antenna and it has a green light on top of it. It helps to light up the area
so you wont hit the curb and scrape the rims."
Is theTruck totally destroyed??? Some sensors, are designed to deploy, by movement to complete stop, in a portion of a second. I've been in 2 bad wrecks with my Maxda Protege. I time "T" boned a car. When it got hit,& was dead stop, they deployed. Light poles, (aluminum for sure) & some concrete poles are regulated by the US Dept. of Transportation. They are called "break aways". Years ago, poles were mounted on 3 - 4 ft concrete bases. The impact to the base would crush the car, if not the pole would "smash" thru the top of the vehicle. If that truck is repairable, I would have to believe he hit a "breakaway" & the breakaway did its job
1.i gained info about the mains supply data (9 volts 2 a, minus pole in the center pole of the plug) which is a quite exotic supply in comparison to standard devices with 12 volts an plus pole in the center pole ... the fa 66 didn't work , when connected by 4 to 4 or 4 to 6 firewire cable . my laptop only has a small 4 pole socket. therefore i suppose that through this 4-pole socket and cable there was no current lead through.
after additionally connecting the fa-66 with mains supply AND 4 to 6 (fa 66 side) cable ... it finally worked. the manufacturer should print all relevant data directly to the fa 66 device near by the socket und also print "FA-66" onto the supply ... because i own lots of alike-looking supplys and it's a drag to find out which ist good for what... ;-)