I'm a retired Ford Motor Company UAW skilled tradesman of 23 years. I am a machine repairman by trade and have a background in electronics.
I like working on computers, either laptops or desktops.
I also like working on cars or trucks, the older ones are my choice but, the newer ones are ok as well. I currently own a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS.
I have also retired from the USAF (Res.) after 23 years as well.
Dead section on right side of screenWhy, or, what would cause a certain area of the screen to not respond to the cursor? Either with a USB mouse, track pad or to...
Didplay goes black after one photoMy Canon A2200 has stopped working in normal condition; takes a photo, displays image and then display goes black. I posted ...
Screen goes black after taking a photo.I turn on my Canon, Sure shot A2200, focus on subject, depress shutter button, review photo, then the screen goes black. The...
Answer to: MacBook Pro retina keyboard+backlight replacementDo you have a link to where one can be purchased? Thank you. Ken
Answer to: Didplay goes black after one photoI was able to contact Canon (USA) and their tech said that a sensor had gone bad; would not be any more specific than that, and that particular camera is out of production and there are no repair parts for it. I found an exact match to my camera online; bought it and transferred the main board from it to mine. Now my “old” Canon A2200 works just like new again. Many people told me it was the battery, sorry people that was wrong. I bought a new battery, charged it, put it in the camera with the same results. Thanks to everyone who tried to answer this question for me.
Answer to: Why won't my cart go up steep grade?Stopping on a steep incline with a golf cart; being electrically run, you have removed all of your forward kinetic energy and the 48 volt system, its motor and gears do not have the required torque and wattage to move that amount of mass into forward motion once again on the incline. The ‘click’ you hear is the relay releasing the drive mechanism from the electrical power. Hence, you coast back down to the starting position. Best solution, don’t stop. Golf carts weren't designed to go up steep inclines; just a leisurely cruise around the golf course. You could of course modify the gears and up the wattage to make it do what you are asking but that could be expensive.