I've seen a similar fault very recently. The fault on that TV was with its power supply that feeds the LCD screen driver. The unit knows if it hasn't got an ouput to the driver from the power supply and flashes to indicate the problem. I'd certainly try unplugging and leaving for 10 minutes before … Read more
Which Wire Goes Where In A Pull Cord (bathroom) Light Fitting. I Have A 2-way Replacement Fitting (which I Understand Can Still Be Used Even Though Only A 1-way Is Needed). There Are 3 Wires - Red, Black & Yellow/green And ... COM, L1 And L2. Thanks?
Firstly, you just need to use the COM and L1 terminals for connection. Then, you need to identify your wires. The Red is the Live wire and there should be two of these, one Live In from your supply and one Live Switched Out to the light. Wire the Red 'Live In' to the 'COM' … Read more
The system clock in its simplest form is the heart beat of the device. Everything synchronises around the clock pulse. Without it, data wouldn't be able to travel around your PC. The higher the clock speed (pulse rate) the faster the PC can carry out its functions.
Just as a note, the Zener Diode is a type of diodes which is actually designed to allow a specified DC voltage to appear across itself at a specified break down voltage and is used in its reversed biased state, often along with a current limiting resistor or other components to generate a stable, low … Read more
Entirely depends on the unit in question. A simple led connected with a resistor to a battery can draw as little as 5mA, but the ones your probably referring to that you use in the house and garden are more often around the 1 to 5 watts variety.