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The cable you describe should be the only cable that you need. You want to make sure that you switch to whichever input you connect to on your TV. If you are getting sound but no picture there may be a problem with either the input or your cable. Connect the cable to a different input to see if it works. If it does then the problem is with the input on your TV. If it doesn't work then there is something wrong with the cable. You may have to get it replaced at the place you purchased the camera from/
Sounds like you have the lines connected incorrectly. Make sure that the bottom of the carb is connected to the inlet side of the primer (take the lines off and with one of the ports covered with your finger push the bulb, if it collapses and doesn't return then that's the suction/inlet of the bulb). The other side of the bulb needs to be connected to the gas tank. The other side of the carb needs to go to the filter side of the gas tank.
When you connected the new cord, did you make certain to connect the line 1/2 wires to the Line1/2 input's, and the Neutral to Neutral inside the wiring compartment?
Not heating up almost sounds like the heating elements are not getting their full 220 VAC, but then if you had something wired wrong in back, a breaker should trip. Make sure you've connected the new power cord correctly at the input power point. I am guessing this problem occurred between the time that you had it at the old house, and the new house, with the power cord changeover.
Found the problem after stripping down around the main pump area.
The air pipe connected to the pressure switch on the front right hand side is connected to a small plastic box which in turn is connected to the flow pipe that fills the machine,and the box was completely blocked with slug which stopped the pressure switch from operating and so prevented the water input solenoid from opening. Hence no water would come into the machine
sound like they have damaged the "new motherboard" when have installed it at the shop. Or they installed a cheap brand and it's not correctly sitting in the base. should ask them to show you the old motherboard they removed to make sure they haven't just fudged-up the old one.