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Are you using the Android version of Firefox.
If not, try using it.
Posted on Jan 08, 2020
The problem seems to be conflict in the .dll file "NPSWF32.dll" and it's association with the Windows Registry. The registry key of the flash player for Mozilla Firefox is damaged/corrupted. So you have to uninstall Flash Player: (Follow both the steps.)
Step-1: First uninstall through ADD/REMOVE Programs from controls panel.
Step-2: Then download the Adobe Flash Player uninstaller from here. Now close both Firefox and Internet Explorer. Then run the uninstaller tool. After uninstalling, restart your PC. Now open the firefox and go to http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/ to install the latest version flash player.
Remember: Whenever you are installing or uninstalling flash player you must log on to windows as Administrator to perform and troubleshoot this type of issue.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
The oven is overheating. Ensure that all external vents on all sides are perfectly clear and that there is sufficient clearance around them as specified in the instruction manual. Also ensure that the vents inside the oven cavity are clean and clear from obstruction.
If this does not fix your problem then you probably have a failed cooling fan, this will entail removing the outer casing and testing that all fans work correctly, most microwave ovens have just one but many have two and sometimes three. A failed fan repair will require the use of a multimeter and some general electrical repair competency; if in doubt get it done professionally as some of the voltages beneath the casing of a microwave oven far exceed mains voltage and can kill you.
Labour rates for fan replacement are generally cheap as, like most jobs on any microwave oven, component replacement is usually very quick and easy for a competent person.
I hope that my posting has been of assistance to you, if so then please take a moment to rate my answer.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
Go into your "router" configuration under wireless, change the channel it operates on. It is possible some new electronic in your house or neighbor is causing signal interference on that channel causing you to drop your connection periodically.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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