I have a Black and Decker Electric mower #M2370, which I would like to use this year before moving to a condo. Last year, the mower was stopping and starting depending on how the lever was positioned. I suspected the wiring so I removed the on-off switch lever. The wiring appears intact. Part of plastic inside the lever maybe broken. Can i use the mower without the lever by just pushing the black button?
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Pulled up a schematic on this will try and help the first pic looks as though you removed the secondary switch the bottom one if so that is the wrong switch it should be a normally open switch that one is normally closed this switch goes up top on the other side of the primary switch the one with 3 terminals, look at the second pic the switch with 3 terminals that red wire in the wrong spot the skinny orange goes there the switch I just told you to put up top the red goes to one terminal the white and brown middle form the 3 terminal goes to the other terminal, the blue/white and blue go to the bottom switch this is a normally open switch if you don't know how to read a switch look at the switch look at com follow the line to where it stops if it is NO=normally open, NC=normally closed your primary switch is in the right spot you want the switch next to it to be NC and the bottom switch NO it blew the 20 amp fuse once you correct the switches and wiring and put in a new fuse if you have no power then it blew past the fuse and burnt out the filter board happens some times about 60 bucks let me know if this helps
The CMOS/BIOS Settings backup cell is like the yellow button cell in the 1st pic. It plugs into a tiny white connector shown at position G7 in the 2nd pic. The cell MAY be blue. Usually has one red & one black wire. These are series 600 mobos but may be different from yours. However, my experience with Thinkpads generally gives the
location of the little white plug near the battery connector as in pic 2.
If the mobo is in situ, generally cell is accessible from battery compartment with battery out.Good Luck.
look to see how you have it wired, most sensor lights have many wires to put together, if it is not wired already from factory, you need to look to see how you have it wired, most sensors have three wires one black one red and one white, black wire goes to power, red wire goes to lamp, white goes to neutral, after all is wired you should have only 3 wires a black a white and a green, black to power white to home neutral and green to ground
You've got the cables plugged in wrong at the TV end. The green plug is the luinance conductor or the black and white signal, and yyou have it right, but the red and blue are wrong. Check your connections again and make sure all the connections are amde on the same input (comp1, comp2...), and not crossed over such as green plugged into comp 1, and red and blue plugged into comp 2.
If you can not see a "+" and "-" sigh on the connector as well as on the motherboard, then try it both ways. If you get it wrong the first time, it will not harm anything, just plug it in the other way if it does not work. Good luck!