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If your laptop appears to boot up and the hard disk LEDflashes, then the problem is probably a back light fault. This can be a faultyinverter or a faulty CCFL lamp. Please click on this link and follow myinstructions to identify the fault and possible fix :-
Mate.Before you let ANYONE pull the engine apart,get the timing checked.I am only going on your description but it sound like the motor is "knocking".It means the timing is wrong and is a cheap fix.Hope this helps
Okay I fixed mine. this is I what I did and it works now take the big blade and put it on a table, take the little blade and put on top of the big blade if you look closely at the big blade you can see where the little blade went, make sure you allign the blades. next take the white thing dont know what you call it bit it rotates the blades put that on the little blade, take the gold piece align with holes to the big blade and take the silver piece allign with holes and then put the screws back in. when you put it on the clipper make sure the white piece goes in the hole that rotates the blades and sould go in fine
You are going to need someone with a OBDII scan tool, not a code reader to connect with the BCM (body control module) to see what the code is so you can fix it. Please don't just change parts, that costs too much money which you have already found out By properly using technology to diagnose the car and only fix whats wrong you save money and time, Please rate this a fixya if you feel this information is helpful to you and let me know please what you find out is wrong .Thank You, Randy [email protected]
Hello hope. Try pushing in the input and menu buttons on the set and hold them both in together for 8 seconds to see if the Led will blink a two digit code then let me know what that code says. I can get you a link where to get a new power supply, but that may not be your problem. Try this test an see what the led blinks if anything then let me know I will try to help you determine whats wrong. I am a specialist with mitsubishi projection units.
Don't know if you still have the camera since this is an old post.
It's possible that something got knocked loose inside the camera when it fell. Also possible that that could be fixed but better left to someone who's good at opening up devices with small parts and putting them back together again.
There's a video on youtube (in three parts) where a guy takes one of these cameras apart to tighten the lcd screen and then puts it back together. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt4K1X1jITM
If you know someone who's good at that kind of thing maybe they could watch the videos and try to fix the camera.