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Advantages of Transponder Keys

01st August 2012
Keys play a vital role to control access to the vehicle and keep it safe from theft or damage. As car theft has become very common these days, it is better to take adequate care of your car to keep it secure. Transponder keys have come up a great medium t... Read >
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5 Things A Good Electrician Must Do

14th March 2012
Looking for a good electrician is not an easy task. You have big companies all the way down to the small individual man and a van. So what is it you should be looking for when hiring your electrician? Being a good electrician is no joke. Aside from ha... Read >
Author: mgriffiths

Common failure of the solenoid valve

14th March 2012
Solenoid valve coil rated voltage DC12V, DC24V, AC24V (50/60Hz), AC110V (50/60Hz), AC220V (50/60Hz), AC380V (50/60Hz). Generally or in electrical design using AC220V (without the installation of switching power supply, low cost, simple lines and easy main... Read >
Author: coach

How to Save your iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 from Water Damage

30th November 2011
Drop your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS in the ocean? If that's so, here's what you need to do immediately to save your iPhone. If this doesn't do the trick, there's notes at the bottom on how to ask Apple to repair your iPhone 3gs/iPhone 4 and how to receive a ... Read >
Author: Nomad Lee

Electrical Hazards

13th May 2011
Electricity has played a major role in the development of technology. Without it, computers, telecommunication devices, and various electronic gadgets will not come to its existence. The demand for electricity rapidly grows ever since it was developed.... Read >
Author: victorwetherbee

Best Way to Soundproof:Resilient Channel or Soundproofing Drywall

23rd February 2011
What is Resilient Channel? Resilient channels are metal strips used to add airspace between drywall and the studs of a wall structure in order to reduce sound transmission. The channels are installed on the studs at right angles, and the drywall attach... Read >
Author: george

Take this dell PA-10 AC Adapter for example

14th October 2010
I have my laptop AC adapter (PA-1650-01 AC Adapter) in disaster. I tried to clean my adapter while I have a glance of the oil spot attaching on the surface of it. Unfortunately, the wet cloth was sinking too much water. And the adapter was still under wor... Read >
Author: hootoo

Common Problems of Laptop Keyboard

31st August 2010
The keyboard is an important part of the notebook. We use it so frequently that it has different problems. The common keyboard faults are mainly caused by circuit fault, the keyboard hats off, poor contact, and oxidation. One had a Toshiba satellite M35-S... Read >
Author: yuyan0903

How to Find a Reliable Electrician in Singapore

13th August 2010
For the safety of your family and loved ones, electrical wiring at home should be in good condition and up-to-date. Faulty wiring in the house could cause an electrical fire or short circuit. If there is even a small problem with the wiring, it's better t... Read >
Author: Andrew Tan

Resuscitating A Water-Damaged iPhone

12th August 2010
If your iPhone has been in a water-related accident (or you're planning for that eventuality), don't fret, there is hope. Although it isn't a foolproof method for recovering a damaged iPhone, many Apple fans who have accidently dropped their phones in wat... Read >
Author: Kay Samson

Laptop Motherboard Repair - Tips To Fix or Repair Laptop Motherboard Problems

23rd June 2010
Okay it's time to talk about motherboards. Now I get the impression that motherboards scare a lot of people in this field, you know people don't want to deal with them or replace them or try to fix them. It's a little daunting to try to diagnose the mothe... Read >
Author: Winston John Cadayday Badon

All about Copper Laminated Flexible Jumpers

04th June 2010
Laminated flexible jumpers are specialized electrical equipment made from copper. Several foils of electrolyte copper are stacked over each other followed by application of high temperature under high pressure. This is a very delicate process involved in ... Read >
Author: russelmori

How to Trace a Short Circuit

24th May 2010
A Short circuit usually happens when a hot wire touches any of the other two wires. This causes extra current to flow through the circuit, which causes the circuit breaker to trip or the fuse to blow. However, this is not the only reason for short circuit... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Discover How To Choose The Right Busway

12th January 2010
A busway is a grounded metal enclosure that contains factory-mounted bare or insulated conductors, which becomes an effective medium to distribute power. If you need to add a load or extend the power of an existing distributing system, you need a bus way.... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Benefit From Knowing Your Electrical Fuse Type

16th December 2009
Are you familiar with the type of fuse you need to use? Do you want to know what fuses there are? What type of fuse does your home circuit require? Do you know the different slow acting fuses? Do want a fuse that activates quickly? Do you need to know abo... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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