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Well it may be the breaker that the oven is connected to, overheating the switch and tripping it. Try replacing the breaker switch (main breaker box in the house rv) is the best thing, but you can place a small fan from say a old computer or laptop conected to a old cellphone charger, there both dc powered. Just make sure that when you fix it to the breaker switch you leave plenty of room for the switch to trip if it has to ' to avoid house fires'. I had to do this one year because the heater I plugged in was over loading my breaker and had to Jerry rig a old computer processor fan to keep it cool while heating that area of my house
Someone will need to find out if the compressor clutch is failing, or if it is loosing power due to a pressure switch or other problem. A faulty relay or switch could get hot and switch off power to the compressor.
Unfortunately the batteries just lose their holding power after awhile, and if you don't keep them charged every few months (like during winter if your child isn't riding, you still need to charge / refresh the battery every 2 months or so, if it isn't charged for a few months, it'll lose some of it's holding power), that's a very common problem. Our 24V Perego batteries for our Gaucho only seem to last like 30 minutes of constant riding (my son rides non stop sometimes for 30+ minutes). If you check out the site modifiedpowerwheels.com , people convert them to use non Perego batteries that run for much longer!
my BenQ FP71G 17 in goes on after hundreds of times pushing on off switch and when it's on it does not go off, I have checked the on/off switch which is working oke and when the moniter is on the auto adjust message (brightness and contrast)pops up frequently and the screen adjusts itself.
In your Intrigue to use the New Passcode sensor .
You need to program the new Passcode to the ECM. of the Vehicle.
This is a prosses that involve around 30 minutes maybe a little more.
Remove the old Ignition switch.
Install the new Ignition switch. with the new Passlock sensor.
Turn the key to on position and try to start a few senconds. them leave the key on run position.
For 10 minutes and NOT more than 11 minutes.
Them turn the key to OFF position for exactly 30 seconds.
Them turn the key to Run position 10 minutes or 11.
them turn back the key to OFF position for 30 seconds.
Them turn the key to Run position 10 minutes or 11,
Turn the key to OFF position and wait 1 minute, them try to start the vehicle.
If the car start you are DONE.
But if Not Letme know to give you more information.
the hlr series had a few problem with intermittent turning off. one was the lamp door cover switch, the other was the thermostat.. neither one is very costly and a good tech should be able to replace bothe parts at the same time..
Sorry not a solution - but I have started experiencing the exact same problem over the last month although sometimes, on switching on again, it will run for 10-15 minutes before the problem re-emerges. Initially I put it down to the v. hot weather in July but it still continues.
So I would also appreciate any solutions!