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Hello, sometimes this happens when the condensate overflow switch trips duento a clogged condensate line. You need to find the outlet of the condensate pipe and use a wet/dry vac to clean it out. The pipe will be 3/4 inch PVC. Let me know what you find. If the drain is clear then the problem could be related to a burned out transformer or dead batteries if the thermostat uses batteries.
Wireless mouses never made much sense to me since you have to be right at the computer to use them. I've had so many repair visits when the battery is dead just when you need it most to work. Save yourself the trouble and buy wired mouse.
fiona_sheeha, If ACER warranty service not an option, then unit will need local tech to troubleshoot unit's power supply/inverter circuit for possible COMMON and repairable printed circuit board fix. You must read more of my fixya profile and visit the web links you find there so you will know and understand what ALL your options are!!! Some units require less than $5 in parts to refurbish them to working status. Your "cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamp" backlit LCD monitor isn't any different than any other brand of monitor in it's basic operating principles!! I hope this helps. 12fixlouie
One of four things happen when these lcd's get power problems. 1. They either go completely dead[no power with no lights] 2. Little green light will blink and go back to red with dtv briefly showing and then the tv screen go blank 3. Same as # 2, but with screen staying blank. The fourth is extremely rare, which is a shorted panel that makes the tv set behave like it's getting no power. All signal a bad tv, and the fourth is not usually repairable, requiring a whole new panel. I hear that power flows thru the panel, so that would explain how sometimes it will short out.
u have to reset your bios settings.
open your bck side of laptop remove battery also refix ram. then u see 1 cmos cell on motherbord. put away it for 15 mnutes then refix.then check .u can do it friend.
I had the same problem ...I bought a new 2 GB SD card put it in the camera and it worked fine.
It may have had something to do with formatting ..I tried to format the other card wiyh my computer when the video camera would stay on.
I tried to reset the camera that didn't work either.
The new SD Card did work.
We have a toshiba gigabeat f20. today it worked fine, listened to it for hoursbefore turning it off. turned it on within a hour to play it and got a blank screen. nothing in the environment could have caused this. battery had been replaced a week before. so, took the case off to opened it and take a look. realized that one of the plug ins for the screen had come loose or slightly lifted inside. it did not totally unplug, just not pressed down tight. pushed it back in. put the case back on. hit the power button and it's back on, nothing that had been previously loaded was lost.
My Alpine CDA-7842 works fine from a functional point of view but the
display (readout) had stopped working. All the lights on the display
work but the actual readout is blank. At first the readout would
intermittently work now it's completely dead. Any assistance would be