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Download an app that "rips" or extracts sound from video: the first one to come to mind is called "Squarely" which is free in the App Store, but most decent video editing apps/software have this capability!



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Is your clutch assembly, belt, & belt routing/tension all as it should be? Do your blade spindles spin freely? Check them out!

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Miscellaneous | Answered 1 hour ago

This is a common issue, short answer is to use a hair dryer or something similar to unthaw it so it'll come out, you can adjust the temperature to a warmer setting temporarily before and while doing so with the hair dryer or son similar. I'm attaching a link to a Samsung Customer Suppourt Page with many answers to this question and a video as well. Thanks and Have A Great Day. If this has been helpful, please let me know(see last attached image for details! Thanks Again!
Link to Samsung Suppourt Page with Answers to Similar/Same Issue You're Having: https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Kitchen-and-Family-Hub/Cannot-remove-ice-bucket/td-p/8096


Miscellaneous | Answered 2 hours ago

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Miscellaneous | Answered 3 hours ago

That's not good, a very narrow window of opportunity. Where do you live? Contact your landlord.

Miscellaneous | Answered 4 hours ago

It sounds like the drying fan is on. It must be drying the dishes. There should be some indication when the cycle is complete.

Miscellaneous | Answered 4 hours ago

Is this a garbage disposal? If so, do others have it installed in there sink? If they do I think your entitled to one also. Especially when there is a dishwasher attached to the disposal. I has to be working if that’s the case. Landlords can do what they want. It’s important to stay on the good side of them. Why don’t we try to fix it ourselves? Who needs him? What’s the problem? Is it stuck and won’t turn on? We can fix that!!! Let me know for an easy fix!

Miscellaneous | Answered 4 hours ago

You have to question your mechanic on this answer most vehicles manufactured post-1990 have electrically controlled fans. These fans run until the coolant reaches a predetermined level, roughly 100-degrees C, when they kick off. The control mechanism relies on a specialized temperature sensor that not only works in connection with the cooling system, but it also reports the problem to the car's master computer as well.

If you have the ability to troubleshoot the problem, you will find the sensor and the associated hardware located on the front of the block near the top. The sensor itself is located so that it touches the coolant, while the control hardware is usually located either to the side or on top of the device.

What is likely to have happened is that a resistor pack or a capacitor board likely has gone short and instead of tripping at the right temperature is remaining off so the fan continuously spins. If you find the control devices, you will have to apply a volt-ohmmeter to the the circuit. Take each device out of the circuit, if you know how, and measure across it to see if there is continuity. I suspect you will find that either the resistor pack has hugely changed value -- from 10 megohms to 10 kilohms -- which indicates a failed device. The capacitor just looks like it is open, rather than holding a voltage.

I don't know your auto skills level, but, if you can I would replace the whole control unit -- or have a skilled independent technician or dealer do it -- and I think you will be surprised when you find out the fan does shut down.

Miscellaneous | Answered 5 hours ago

Your heater may have 2 black wires but look closely. There are markings and indications to identify the difference between negitive and positive. If this is a space heater I highly recommend getting it fix by someone who is qualified for the job. Space heaters are known to catch fire especially when altercations are made.

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