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Box-type transformer substation is kind of removable pre-installed transformation and distribution device that integrated high-voltage switch, transformer, low-voltage switch as on. It is suitable for mining, industrial enterprises, oil and gas fields, new development zones, construction sites, especially suitable for land-tight urban public power distribution facilities, high-rise building power distribution and transformation, residential quarters, scenic areas, with a advantage of small size, convenient on-site constructing, easy operating, high reliability, good shape and environmental coordination.
Kung Fu Maintenance shows you one of the most common experiences and causes of an electrical outlet not working in a bathroom. Plug no power bathroom outlet not working, kitchen outlet not working , seems like broken outlet… Here is the most likely repair solution!!!!
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Alright I have got a bathroom outlet here. Got my deal plugged in here and go to turn it on. Nothing happens. This outlet you can see is not a GFCI.
The thing is a lot of times these bathrooms are linked together on a GFI. On my particular setup the GFCI is over here in the hall restroom. Right here, and its go the little reset button right here.
A lot of times what causes this is a hairdryer this is a fifteen amp circuit. A lot of hair dryers are 18 amps so this often trips the breaker. As you can see. We come back over here and the lights on so this is just a simple matter of resetting the GFI.
This particular setup the outlet that is outside on the front patio is also linked to this same GFI that this one was linked to. So it is a nice easy fix of just resetting the GFCI button.
If your Honda air conditioning doesn’t “kick in”, doesn’t blow cold air, but all the lights and controls seem to work fine, then this might be a cheaper fix prior to getting a diagnostic test. This video shows how easy it is to replace the AC Relay in a 2009 Honda CR-V EX AWD. The part and procedure is similar for several Honda vehicles and model years. The original Omron relay (part# 39794-SDA-A03) fails often when used in Honda AC systems.
1) Purchase a new Mitsuba relay (part# 39794-SDA-A05).
2) Park and remove key from ignition.
3) Open up the hood.
4) Release the two tabs of the fuse box cover in the engine bay.
5) Remove and turn over the fuse box cover.
6) Ensure that the reference arrow points to the front.
7) Locate the big snowflake icon and match up the associated relay.
8) Remove old Omron relay with pliers and pay attention to the slots.
9) Install new Mitsuba relay by lining up the contacts with the slots.
10) Re-install fuse box cover and click the tabs into place.
11) Close hood and start engine. Turn on AC and enjoy the cold air!
It’s important to keep your vehicle’s AC system maintained. Keep global warming at bay while running over Fergulooters, muslim terrorists, zombies, and aliens (illegal and extra-terrestrial) in air conditioned comfort.