Ok...i think i have been reading this website four about two hours looking for my problem but have not found it. I bought my xbox 360 in Dec. of 06 and i have to say i have not had any problems until recently. Basically, i play it ALL the time, which from experience with the older xbox i know these things just wear out, but this is a stupid problem. When i turn it on it makes the most annoying and loud sound that sounds a lot like an industrial size fan. I have a intercooler on the back and that has always helped the system keep cool(i even tested the temperature to make sure) Anyway i turn it off and back on again and on the third time the sounds go back to normal. I was hoping this was a one time thing, but it has happened 3 days in a row now. Any suggestions?
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Well, depending on your age, your ethnicity, your financial situation you may be eligible for Grant money for College. There are also College loans that you may apply for.
Many of us have started our College career in a Two year Community College and then on to a Four year College. I suggest you actually go to a College which you think you may want to go to, and talk to their Financial Advisor Make an appointment and go. It costs nothing to gain information.
Just a word of advice; make sure that, whatever courses you do take in a Two year College, they transfer to a Four year College as part of the Four year College curriculum for whatever major you decide on. In your case it would be teaching. Good Luck !!!!!!!!!!!
Read about the radio not working and you think you have a blown fuse . I had a blown fuse due to me blowing it by shorting out the dome light . After changing the fuse I had code 52 which is a low ground fault for air bags . I then looked to find the large four fuses under the hood and found that three were OK but when trying to remove the 80 amp fuse with a pliers it broke . when I got it home I pulled the battery completely out and found that the 80 amp fuse has plastic covers on both side that cover bolts that hold it in place . Removed the bolts to find that part was burnt of from the short . After replacing it all was good and hour of driving it reset on its own .
Ron C, I bought the parts you had listed from the Home Depot website of the 1-1/8" rollers and they did not work. The original rollers were 1-1/2" rollers or 38mm rollers with a 10mm center bore. I have looked everywhere I can think of for these rollers and they are nearly impossible to find.
ok your on the right track . the 12 volts that your found is only a part of the diag . think "" you have four wires ( why ) .. this is a engery eff?? model i belive and the compressor will run ad several speeds and so do the fans . so if fan is milti speed like the compressor in may not be going because the main control board is not telling it to .. look in the back and there is a cover over this board . remove it . now smell of the burn if your can smell it of if its clicking during the run it may be bad . now i would replace it because of what you said . and i think your problem s solved .. some time the sensor in freezer could cause this but its rare.. do the board first . mm ot a cheap part .. hope this helped ..
After a few more hours of digging, I finally had to painfully follow the main supply wire from the central locking fuse and found that the controller is in the drivers door. All that was required was to replace the copper track that I burned out on the circuitboard. Probably it is quite common to have the controller in the drivers door with cars that don't have factory key-less entry! Otherwise I think it would normally be up high where it could get a good reception from the transmitter on the keyring, Like up high in the center of the dashboard