Recently, we had an outage. When our electricity came back on, our internet came on to our computer but not to the other 2 computers in our house. I called tech suppport at Adelphia and found out that it was probably my router. To find this out, they had me disconnect and reconnect cables. They said I would have to reconfigure. Does this sound right to you?
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is it gas or electric?did you make sure there's power at the outlet?if it's electric,look at the back of dryer where the cord connects,remove the cover and with a meter make sure you have 240 volts there.you need to send the full model number off of dryer,this could have a computer board in it but if the inside light is out it sounds like no power going to it.
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Is your profile missing? Is it a connection problem? What do you mean it is 'off'?
Recently Facebook has experienced connection problems with some internet service providers such as CLEAR. The outage started Nov 26th and is not yet resolved as of Dec 1st. The outage is also noticeable with other websites such as Craig's list and yahoo.
If you are having trouble accessing news feeds on any of these sites the issue is probably not with your computer or device. It is the host server that connects to your internet service provider. Therefore it is not something that you will be able to fix.
There are several outages affecting over 100 different websites right now. Users in the Central and Western US will be affected as well as parts of Europe. There is a 60% chance it is affecting you if you are in one of these areas.
Best course of action is to contact your internet service provider and let them know what sites you cannot access, then ask if they know how long the outage will last.
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What is happening here is you are transferring load to battery during a power outage but on return of Line Power the UPS is not smoothly transferring back to Normal mode. As a result you are basically turning off your computer. Two options... shut down your computer orderly during an outage or buy a new UPS.
Have you made any changes to your computer setup, like adding wireless internet or router? Have you added DSL internet to your phone service? Have you recently moved the phone base from one phone jack to another?
Have you started using any other electrical / electronic devices for the first time? Even an electric heating pad can cause interference. Try unplugging new or recently-used appliances. Also try going to different rooms of your house to see if there's any difference.
Sounds like the power outage damaged the video interface could be damaged. You might have had a spike that effected the red input of the monitor. You can try to order a video interface, or like I suggest to others, look for the same monitor but broken on ebay and swap out the interface board. Chances are this will fix your problem.
You can download the manual from the link below:
The "wiring fault" could be serious, as per manual:
"This LED indicator will illuminate to warn the user that a wiring problem exists, such as bad ground, missed ground, or reversed wiring. If this is illuminated, user is advised to disconnect all electrical equipment from the outlet and have an electrician check the outlet to insure proper ground."
I would turn the UPS off, unplug all equipment, wait 10 seconds, reset the circuit breaker (if tripped) and turn the unit on.
If you still have an issue then it's probably fried! Have you had any thunder storms or electrical power outages recently? Check your house insurance because it may cover a replacement unit.
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