It constantly makes a funny noise like a clicking and turns itself off and on, When I first turn it on it usually stays on for a little bit until it warms up then it constantly goes on and off. Also do you know where I can download a manual for free?
It sounds like your processor and/or motherboard may be having some overheating issues. If there is anything valuable on that machine, I would definitely bring it to your nearest PC service center ASAP, as overheating can cause a plethora of other issues very quickly!
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The constant clicking noise is probably the neoprene gears within the timer motor itself. Well, sometimes there is a brass 'drive' gear that meshes with a neoprene gear which then in turn operates the mechanical components of the ice maker.
Clicking noises from the drive wheel area usually means the gearbox on that side has a minor to a more severe issue. Call the place where you got the chair. I'm glad it's running and it could continue to run even with the clicking noise. It could be something as a loose hub nut on the wheel or something rubbing when you are making a turn.
either bad ohm load or over heat if the ohs on the speaker wires to the amp are lower than specified use in the manual it will act funny cause it is pusing harder than its meant to and if it gets too hot either bad location or bad amp you can try turning the gain down a little until the amp stays on constantly at high volume
Sounds like to much water pressure. Try turning the shut off valve off. Flush the toilet. Then slowly turn the valve back on until it makes the noise again. When the noise is heard, turn the valve back a little bit untill the sound stops.
If the player allows you to add music on it via USB as a Removable Disk, then copy all the music off the player onto your computer and then format the MP3 player by right clicking it in "My Computer" and going to "Format...".
Start it up without music and see how it goes, if it doesn't turn itself off, fill it with a little bit of music, then a little more until you either put your music back on, or until it screws up again.