We recently moved and its cold outside we brought our tv into our new house and my son plugged the tv in and turned it on while it was cold. then the tv shut itself off. Are we totally screwed with it working unless we take it in for repair??
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Check the power at the plug point. Check the plug of the TV. If there is no life, then you will need to open the TV panel and check for a blown fuse, a circuit break while transporting, a loose connector within the set or a possible damaged SMPS>
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your problem may be in the voltage that the dryer works on. If the cord is fine then I would check to see what voltage that may be supplied tot he dryer and if the dryer can operate on the voltage being supplied.
It sounds like it is probably the valve train making a little noise - this normally happens when the car is cold (before it warms up and the oil gets moving nicely)
Has he done an oil change recently? Does he have sufficient oil in the car? Check these things and rectify if necessary. Finally, he might want to double-check the oil he's using - the first number in the specification (eg 5W30) refers to the cold viscosity - he may need to change this to improve his cold starting.
I assume this is an outdoor satellite dish system, like a c-band system? It sounds like the motor drive outside has a stripped gear on the main shaft. The motor is probably running and the sensor wheel is turning (making the unit in the house think the dish is moving) but the screw shaft is not turning.