Blinking Blue Power Led on front, Monitor is non-responsive
Does anyone know what this means? Maybe there's something loose inside....I'm not feeling real confident about taking it apart, I've torn apart laptops and computers before without problems, this seems a bit tougher.
Is this going to serve as an expensive paper weight for me or do you think there's something I can do to fix? Nothing displays on screen, just blue power LED on front flashing every few seconds or so when plugged in.
Any help is appreciated...
Re: Blinking Blue Power Led on front, Monitor is...
I had a similar proglem with the Blue light flashing briefly and getting a glimpse of the screen. I fixed it by replacing C922, a 1000uf 16volt electrolytic capacitor as was suggested in another section here. These capacitors bulge on top when they fail, so if yoy take off the back cover you can look for C922 and see if the top is bulging. Compare it with other similar capacitors on the board. Good luck.
Re: Blinking Blue Power Led on front, Monitor is...
Hallo.Sorry for me english first.I have question.You plugg in a monitor with a notebok,or dektop pc? If you conect monitor with a notebook, i thing, you must change a display settings.This is very easy.On the ntb keyboar press and hold Fn-key and at same time press f4 key,and you cann chage the output canal for video signal,Lcd in notebook,external LCd or Both. I hope, it will help for you.
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There is 2 screws if you look at the bottom, where the cable is wind. you can see them through the winding wheel. I had a completly dead machine, by removing these screws i could replace the cable and my machine works again :-)
it does sound like the float adjustment is off inside the carb. allowing fuel to overflow the bowl and seep out the carb. if you take the carbeurator off the bike and take it to the dealer they shouldn't charge you too much just to adjust it out for you.
It sounds to me like it may be a chunk missing out of your belt. Or warped pulley.
I dont think that it would be a broken spring because it would make the belt slip. Does it do it the same no matter how fast you are going?
But no matter what it is, if you start taking it apart. It should be easy to find. If its not the belts you can jack the rear wheels up take the belts off and work the pulleys and or wheels til you find it.
That actually surprises me. My xbox 360 controller has taken worse drops than that, and it is still in perfect working condition. Usually, the are well-built (atleast the controllers). It sounds like the drop might have made something loose, creating a short. If this is the case, unless you feel confident in your ability to take apart a controller, check for loose parts or cracked, or broken solder, and solder and/or reattach the problem spots, I would suggest that you send it in to microsoft (if you have a warranty, or just don't trust others with fixing it), or looking for someone in your area that can fix the problem(s) with confidence.
I guess the fix on this one depends on your knowledge of taking apart computers. The problem sounds like there is something loose (either not plugged in all the way, or loose wire). The other option is a crack in a circuit board. If you feel that you know that you have enough computer hardware knowlege to have a look inside, I would check out this site. I use it frequently.
This could be a number of things that are causing the no start. The most common are a connection, device, or memory came loose during the fall, or the motherboard or a device was damaged. Start by checking the memory to see if it has been knocked out of its' slot, or slid out slightly. Then if you feel confident, take the machine apart and check all connections and devices. Devices are hard drive, cd drive, wireless card, etc... If you don't find any loose connections, obvious problems, or just don't feel confident in disassembling the machine, then I recommend you take it to a shop for a professional diagnosis.
Hiya ZEUS1009, judging by your symptoms, I feel certain that your problem is with the pump housing itself. It sounds as there is something stuck in the pump itself.
Normally a sock or similar....
If you feel confident with taking apart the pump.. please reply with make model etc.. and i will post you instructions. I stress that only if you feel confident!!! but is fairly straightforward... otherwise expect to pay around £30 upwards for the repair.. dependant on whre you live.
On almost every port. cd player is a botton lock switch . Some make all the buttons not work and some units only let play work. I suggest you look for this before taking apart as these units have whats called ribbon cable inside them and are very easy to damage them.