How To Fix a PSP That Freezes and Shuts Off Itself


If your psp console freezes up, shuts down itself without you turning it off using the power switch and you are playing back up iso games from a memory stick, using customer firmware, the game might be a bad rip. Sometimes games don't get ripped properly due to the lack of experience and the game file becomes faulty, which can cause the psp to freeze and crash during game play. So i suggest you re-rip, or download a different copy of that game from a different website and the problem should be resolved. 

If your psp freezes and turns itself off, if you are playing a game from a umd disc, it might be dirty. So get a soft lint free cloth and clean the umd disc that you are experiencing freezing problems with.

If your psp freezes and then shuts off on the start up menu on the psp console, it is likely the firmware that is running on your psp is damaged. If experiencing freezing problems on a psp that is running custom or official firmware, you can hard reset the firmware, which should repair minor damaged firmware. This is by holding the power button in the up position for 10 seconds. If you have hard reset the firmware and your psp is still freezes up on the start up menu, you will need to manually erase the firmware off your psp console and reinstall new firmware onto the psp.

How To Fix a PSP Thats Stuck On The Please Wait Screen


If your psp is stuck on the please wait screen, the reason why it is because the psp is overheating and the CPU freezes up and locks up. To fix this, simply remove the battery cover, then remove the battery pack, this will allow the psp CPU to cool down. Reinsert the battery pack after 5 minutes and replace the battery cover and power on your psp console.

If your psp console persists on getting stuck on the please wait screen, the firmware that your psp is running can have a bug, so i suggest you update the firmware if there is a latest available version released for your psp.

How To Fix a Petrol Lawnmower Engine That Won't Start Up


Every time you want to cut the grass but the lawnmower doesn't start?  Don't worry i have the solutions:

1)If your lawnmower starts up by pulling a pull start cord, pull the cord more harder. Sometimes people don't pull it with great force, as they thing they cord will snap and break, but if you don't give it a good pull, it will not start the engine.

2)If your petrol lawnmower's engine still won't start up and will not run, then make sure the lawnmower has petrol remaining inside its fuel tank. Sometimes what can happen is you don't realize the there is no gas left in it, so check the how much is renaming. If there is no or little petrol remaining, add petrol into the lawnmower's engine, stop until the filling level is reached its maximum, or the petrol inside the engine will overflow and will pour out all over your lawnmower. Once you have topped it up with petrol, try pumping the fuel through and then start up your lawnmower.

3)Locate and remove the spark plug that is inside your lawnmower's engine. If the spark plugs looks dirty, clean it using a tissue. If it looks corroded, then the spark plug is damaged and will need replacing because it can't create a spark to create combustion, which is the reason why your lawnmower will not start up.

4)Locate and remove the air filter from the carburetor. If the air filter is made from a sponge materiel, then clean the air filter, this is by washing it in soapy warm water and give it a quick rinse with cold water. If the air filter is made out of paper, tap it against a wall, this is to shake out any dirt. Once you have cleaned it, replace the air filter back into the lawnmower's carburetor.

How To Test To Make Sure If a Car Heater Blower Fan Is Faulty


If you are not 100% certain that the car heater blower fan is faulty and not sure if it is the cause for your car's heating system to not work, then you will require a 12v car battery, a wire stripper and 2 pieces of ordinary electrical wire to test it.

1)First you will have to locate the car heater blower motor inside your car, usually it is found underneath the hood of the car. If your struggling to find the car heater blower motor inside your car, i suggest you post a thread in a appropriate car forum, asking where it is located, as somebody might know.

2)Once you have located the motor, usually on most of them you will see two spade connectors, that will have wires connected to them, remove them both.

3)Using a wire stripper, remove a sensible amount of insulation coating off both end of the two electrical wires. Then connect both wires onto both positive and negative terminals that are found on the motor, this is by twisting the braid around each spade connector.

4)Once the connection are made to the blower motor, connect the positive and negative wires onto the correct posts onto the battery, matching the correct polarity.

5)Once all the connects have been made, the motor inside the car heater blower will spin, if not, you have tested that it is faulty.

How To Fix a Car Heater Blower Fan That Is Not Working


The heater blower fan is required for a car heating system to blow either cold or hot air through the fan grills inside your car, if this is not working, you car's heating system is useless. If it is no longer working, the solutions to fix, troubleshoot and solve the problems that are related to it are listed below:

1)The first thing you should check if the fuse that protects the heater circuit is missing or blow, due to a short circuit. See you car's user manual for a accurate guidance on were the fuse is located in your car.

2)To identify if the car fan blower is the problem, locate it were it is inside your car. Once you have found it, get 2 wires and attach them to the positive and negative terminals found on the motor and then attach them to the car's battery, matching the correct polarity. If the fan motor spins really fast and you can feel air being forced out of the heater grills, the motor is not faulty and will not need replacing. If the car heater blower is not spinning, the motor is faulty, so to get the car's heater system to work again, you will need to replace it. If you are short of cash, buy a used one, instead of a brand new one because at the end of the day it does the same job for less.

3)If the car heater blower fan in your car is working, when you connect to the car battery to test it, the first thing you should check the switch that controls the heater blower fan, which is found in your car's dashboard. This switch controls the power the car heater blower fan and activates the motor, if it's damaged, the fan will simply not function.

4)If the switch that controls the heater blower fan is not faulty because you have checked it, then replace or get the heater resistor pack repaired, only if the car heater blower blows out air only on some heater settings. For example: the heater only works on setting 3 and doesn't work on setting 4.