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One small clarification regarding Windows Remote...

One small clarification regarding Windows Remote Desktop Connection. It is only available in Professional and Enterprise editions of Windows, not in Home editions. I would suggest that you might...
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Unless it's a hydrostatic model, it's probably...

Unless it's a hydrostatic model, it's probably just an adjustment on the shaft that connects the gear shift lever to the internal mechanism. Adjust the shaft so that it moves the "lever" that it is...
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If you have a multimeter, remove the element from...

If you have a multimeter, remove the element from the stove. They usually plug into a connector (there may be a screw holding it in place). Once you have the element out, set your multimeter to the...
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What they mean by "same circuit" is the...

What they mean by "same circuit" is the following. Houses that have 240V power coming in split the load, ~50% connected to one 240V leg, the other 50% connected to the other 240V leg. For the...
09-18-20, 02:12 PM
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The contactor is the relay inside the outside...

The contactor is the relay inside the outside unit. You'll see heavy 240V wires from the power input connected to one side of the contactor, while the heavy wires on the other side connect to the...
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Generally, color electrophotographic (laser)...

Generally, color electrophotographic (laser) printers don't print pictures well. They work very well for text and business graphics. I have an inexpensive B/W laser printer that we use for 99% of...
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The condenser fan cools the compressor and keeps...

The condenser fan cools the compressor and keeps it from overheating. The evaporator is the part that gets cold. It's a coil and has fins on it. A fan blows air through the evaporator coil and...
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While I can't say for certain, I would be willing...

While I can't say for certain, I would be willing to bet that the motors are DC. Almost all printers use DC voltage to run the electronics and motors. As for voltage, I would guess 12VDC maximum. ...
09-10-20, 04:04 PM
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Unfortunately, the picture of the wiring diagram...

Unfortunately, the picture of the wiring diagram is too low resolution to read. Can you take another picture of the wiring diagram that includes only the wiring diagram portion of the label and is...
09-09-20, 01:55 PM
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Usually, the blower runs at different speeds for...

Usually, the blower runs at different speeds for heat and cooling. It's possible that the winding for the speed that the A/C uses is burned out. A make/model would be helpful.
09-07-20, 02:10 PM
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If you have a multimeter, very carefully measure...

If you have a multimeter, very carefully measure the voltage between the White & Black wires (ones in middle of 4 terminals on disconnect). You should measure 240VAC. If you don't have a...
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You don't need a multimeter. Remove the plug...

You don't need a multimeter. Remove the plug from the head. Connect the spark plug lead to the plug and make sure that the metal part of the plug (with the threads) is touching metal. Pull the...
08-30-20, 03:57 PM
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It looks to me like your drain line is the white...

It looks to me like your drain line is the white PVC pipe that comes out horizontally near the bottom left side of the unit. There is an elbow which takes the pipe down to the top of the roof. The...
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Something doesn't sound right. In your original...

Something doesn't sound right. In your original post you mentioned that the trimmer started and idled, but would die when throttled up. Now you say it doesn't have any spark. It wouldn't start or...
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If you want to replace the carburetor, you can...

If you want to replace the carburetor, you can buy a Chinese one from Amazon for as little as $11, with most of them selling in the $23-$50 range. FWIW, I purchased a $25 carb for the Kawasaki...
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"To me, this means the problem is not the issue."...

"To me, this means the problem is not the issue."

I assume you mean the battery is not the issue. I agree. It's either the AC Adapter that's the problem, or the charging circuitry on the...
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In addition to what XSleeper said, the blue...

In addition to what XSleeper said, the blue screen usually has some information regarding what type of failure occurred, or what driver caused the blue screen.
08-22-20, 05:47 AM
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The unit is probably low on refrigerant. When...

The unit is probably low on refrigerant. When it's low, the evaporator coil freezes up which blocks most of the air from passing through it.
08-20-20, 04:09 PM
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Replacing the capacitor would be the first thing...

Replacing the capacitor would be the first thing I'd try, especially since you already have the replacement capacitor.
08-20-20, 12:41 PM
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I have a circa 1995 Bryant A/C unit. I was...

I have a circa 1995 Bryant A/C unit. I was experiencing a similar problem a couple of years after it was installed. What it turned out to be (in my case) was the Time Delay Relay (TDR). Not all...
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My desktop computer is also home built and is an...

My desktop computer is also home built and is an i5-2500K overclocked to 4.6GHz. So far, I haven't felt the need to upgrade it, as it still performs very well. I'm sure the overclocking helps. I also...
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Actually, I thought the LG would look sharper. ...

Actually, I thought the LG would look sharper. However, if the Samsung looks better, then go with it. You should be able to buy a newer graphics card that will support the resolution of the...
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The max resolution for your old GeForce GT430...

The max resolution for your old GeForce GT430 graphics card is 2560x1600, which is why you can't run the Samsung at it's native resolution. Generally speaking, you'll get maximum clarity when the...
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The sustained transfer rate for a 7200RPM drive...

The sustained transfer rate for a 7200RPM drive is typically ~150MBps. However, since you have a 5400RPM drive, I expect the sustained transfer rate will be somewhat lower, probably about 25% lower...
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If you use the scaling in Windows, they should...

If you use the scaling in Windows, they should look about the same. However, the higher resolution monitor with scaling may look slightly "softer" because of the scaling.
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