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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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First its sounds like you have a power issue within your house power wiring.
First you should go to your local hardware store and get a simple plugin power tester something similar to [https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power-Gear-3-Wire-Receptacle-Tester-50542/206212329|3-Wire Receptacle Tester] There cheap and give you a simple Go-No Go test. Make sure your outlet is properly wired.
You should also check your breaker panel to make sure its properly grounded. Your ground line should be attached to a metal water line exiting the building or tied to one or more grounding rods buried into the ground.
Even still you should have a good surge suppressor or better yet a good UPS. Do make sure all of your peripheral devices are likewise plugged into the same surge suppressor or UPS. If your system is wired to a network make sure you have the other devices are likewise in their own surge suppressors and you’ve checked their outlets as well.
-The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as you suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s offer this function as well.
+The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as I suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s offer this function as well.
As far as your system, contact iFixit to get a replacement. Hold off putting it in until you’er sure the power issues have been fully checked out.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

First its sounds like you have a power issue within your house power wiring.
First you should go to your local hardware store and get a simple plugin power tester something similar to [https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power-Gear-3-Wire-Receptacle-Tester-50542/206212329|3-Wire Receptacle Tester] There cheap and give you a simple Go-No Go test. Make sure your outlet is properly wired.
You should also check your breaker panel to make sure its properly grounded. Your ground line should be attached to a metal water line exiting the building or tied to one or more grounding rods buried into the ground.
Even still you should have a good surge suppressor or better yet a good UPS. Do make sure all of your peripheral devices are likewise plugged into the same surge suppressor or UPS. If your system is wired to a network make sure you have the other devices are likewise in their own surge suppressors and you’ve checked their outlets as well.
-The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as you suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s over this function.
+The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as you suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s offer this function as well.
As far as your system, contact iFixit to get a replacement. Hold off putting it in until you’er sure the power issues have been fully checked out.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

-First its sounds like you have a power issue within your house.
+First its sounds like you have a power issue within your house power wiring.
First you should go to your local hardware store and get a simple plugin power tester something similar to [https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power-Gear-3-Wire-Receptacle-Tester-50542/206212329|3-Wire Receptacle Tester] There cheap and give you a simple Go-No Go test. Make sure your outlet is properly wired.
You should also check your breaker panel to make sure its properly grounded. Your ground line should be attached to a metal water line exiting the building or tied to one or more grounding rods buried into the ground.
Even still you should have a good surge suppressor or better yet a good UPS. Do make sure all of your peripheral devices are likewise plugged into the same surge suppressor or UPS. If your system is wired to a network make sure you have the other devices are likewise in their own surge suppressors and you’ve checked their outlets as well.
The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as you suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s over this function.
As far as your system, contact iFixit to get a replacement. Hold off putting it in until you’er sure the power issues have been fully checked out.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

텍스트:

First its sounds like you have a power issue within your house.

First you should go to your local hardware store and get a simple plugin power tester something similar to [https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power-Gear-3-Wire-Receptacle-Tester-50542/206212329|3-Wire Receptacle Tester] There cheap and give you a simple Go-No Go test. Make sure your outlet is properly wired.

You should also check your breaker panel to make sure its properly grounded. Your ground line should be attached to a metal water line exiting the building or tied to one or more grounding rods buried into the ground.

Even still you should have a good surge suppressor or better yet a good UPS. Do make sure all of your peripheral devices are likewise plugged into the same surge suppressor or UPS. If your system is wired to a network make sure you have the other devices are likewise in their own surge suppressors and you’ve checked their outlets as well.

The next thing you’ll want to do is contact your power provider asking them to lend you a power meter for a couple of weeks as you suspect you are encountering power issues. These just plug into a spare outlet and monitor the fluctuations of your power and can be printed out to review. That should give you guidance on whats happening. Some of the better UPS’s over this function.

As far as your system, contact iFixit to get a replacement.  Hold off putting it in until you’er sure the power issues have been fully checked out.

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