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you posted a carpet cleaner to computer repair help.
wow that is wild.
get the manual from the maker and read how to service it.

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 18, 2019 | 55 views

batteries are bad. or worse leaked in storage.
we remove all batteries before storage or damage happens.

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 18, 2019 | 32 views

a camera system for security is what that is, unstated by you which system models.
sounds like the UNIT is damaged to me from lightening surge?
why not contact the maker directly. we make nothing here.
all we can do is point.
USA support

click submit a ticket,

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 17, 2019 | 21 views


No it is a
Vivitek Qumi Q5-RD review A portable but robust projector did you read the manual on this projector, No 2 projectors made work the same nor diagnose same or same error codes
thus the magic manual for that topic.

we use google to find manuals using clear english questions.

Vivitek Qumi Q5-RD manual. first hit google finds it, amazing no?
and is 7 years old now, 2013

page 48 is the only error pages..
blink codes. temp lamp blue binks is overhtemp]
did you clean the projector this old first all lint in all vents and inside, every drop of lint blown out? this is 1st on all things made that get hot. Computers and that. thing .

q5 series.

are not free manuals , not amazing, ?
or get the thing serviced in shop, not get electrocuted or burned.
respect both and win.

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 15, 2019 | 133 views

go to setting and get them reset.

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 07, 2019 | 39 views

There are different ranges of ONT's optical power i.e
For the ONTs using GPON upstream transmission: -27 dBm to -8 dBm (Class B+); -30 dBm to -8dBm (Class C+).For the ONTs using XG-PON upstream transmission: -28dBm to -8dBm(Class N1a); -28dBm to -8dBm(Class N2a).
CISI exam help

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 06, 2019 | 44 views

Bad capacitors is my guess without even knowing what your question is regarding, this is typical of capacitors that are going bad. This happens quite often with monitors, they start to not turn on then the turn off, then they show no image, finally won't stay on.

Power Computers... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019 | 28 views

my guess, WHICH (not bewitched) power pack adapter fit my camera.

Id ask them for sure. lets do that that now.
secura mean makers name or spelled wrong security camera ,no name stated.
SWANN maker,? CCTV cameras
there reviews are horrible, 87% 1star

Swann SW214-SCC

back of box shows, 8 to 12vdc, 300mA min.
i'd buy 12vdc 1amp pack, so common it cries to be bought.

why not ask maker, or get the manual

seems it's super old and poor resolution that nobody wants to own, today.
but give them a try. or google it.
the manual is lame,


it only works with TV or systems with RCA composite video input jacks. (the manual mentions VCR, what joke that is)
my home theater has that jack as does my TV
and so does my fine CAMERA NVR server.
this camera does 510 x 492 resolution and is pathetic.

vastly better today is this.


I have many of those, and 1080P is real real nice.

Power Computers... | Answered on Nov 28, 2019 | 35 views

Right clck > Display settings > power and sleep > never.

So that it will stay on until you off manually.

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 27, 2019 | 22 views

What computer, make and model? Desktop or laptop?
try taking out the RAM and putting back in one piece at a time, and test.

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 22, 2019 | 19 views

Try a forced reboot - hold the power button down for several seconds until the laptop shuts off. If you have a removal battery, take it out, and hold the power button down for 30-60 seconds to release residual static discharge. THEN reinsert the battery, and power up. If the screen still does not display, you have a broken connection between the display and the CPU. Take it to a repair facility.

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 18, 2019 | 19 views

Many people complain that their television or electronic appliance got “burnt” as the voltage shot up suddenly. By saying “burnt” they obviously don’t mean that it was caught up in flames, but they refer to a very common phenomenon of an appliance becoming non-functional all of a sudden due to a drastic fluctuation in the incoming voltage. When the voltage increases abruptly to a very high value for a very short span of time, it is referred to as voltage surges.

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 18, 2019 | 25 views

wal-mart or office max may or may not have them. good luck.

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019 | 20 views

eBay adapter giant store

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019 | 19 views

I'd check your Firewall settings on the computer. Is it set to listen to and accept data on the port that the ScanFront uses? If your router has a firewall feature, check if that port is not blocked. Port blocking is the default on many firewalls for data sent from another machine. The default FTP port is given on page 4-12 (page 55 of the PDF) of the user manual: https://files.canon-europe.com/files/soft03-48846/Manual/ScanFront_220_User_Manual_EN.pdf .

Less likely, you should also check the read/write permissions for the destination drive on the destination computer. For some scanning situations, you need to have a monitoring software running to "hear" the send request.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Power Computers... | Answered on Oct 02, 2019 | 262 views

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