Hello, cooling fans have generally two RPMs, in normal case when the engine reaches 90°C the thermostat opens to allow the cooling fluid to get in the radiator, at this stage the fan shouldn’t spin because the radiator can dissipate heat “passively”, if the temperature keeps rising then the fan will spin at for example 500 RMP, but if in case it doesn’t drop then the fan will spin faster for example 1000RPM. I didn’t find the datasheet of your car, but it’s probably a broken relay responsable to turn on the fan at first speed and you need to replace it, I believe this image illustrates a similar configuration in most cars, you can probably switch the two relays (if they are similar) so the fan will turn earlier before 102.75°C, but keep in mind that’s not a solution only for testing purposes, I don’t recommend this method because it’s easier to test a relay with some basic electronic knowledge.
Hello, when you launch a high demanding resources game, the CPU and GPU will run on low power during startup and loading screen but when the game starts, they switch to full power mode very quickly and breakers doesn’t like that very much especially in countries with 120V. The CPU and GPU can work at low power depending on the game, that’s why you can play for 5 hours without a problem but sometimes some location in the game needs to be rendered more than others which means the PS5 will consume more power during that and eventually trigging the breaker. The only solution is to change the breaker and to make sure that the house wiring is rated to handle the right amount of current otherwise you can melt the wires or set your home on fire.
Hello, according to the image these wires power an LED and doesn’t have anything to do with the microphone, if your voice is soft then it’s probably not due to bad wiring because the microphone either works or not. You can try to increase the extra gain which Microsoft calling it “Microphone boost” in the microphone properties.
Hello, it’s a bit difficult to locate exactly where the issue is, at least for me, but it sounds like the blower is touching something periodically and that’s most likely because it lost its balance. I don’t know if Rheem uses the same balance mechanism, but in most blowers they add some tiny pieces of metal to rebalance the blower before assembling it, like car wheels, if somehow one of these pieces gets ejected then that can cause this problem.
This issue is most likely caused by a defective belt, it loses its grip over time and doesn’t transmit all the motor power to the tray mechanism, you can watch this video or search in the internet on how to replace a dvd belt. Also, it is possible to manually fully close the tray with the disk in it by pushing the right parts of the dvd mechanism, it’s a bit difficult without mechanical knowledge but it is a good way to check that everything is functional before doing anything.
Hello, the first thing you need to do is to replace the fuse, the rated voltage is written on it. But you can bypass it momentarily with a wire to check if everything works fine, which I do NOT RECOMMAND, especially if you’re not familiar with electronics.