Is there another way to open the broken trunk on a 93' 240 SX SE?
First, are you sure it's broken? My trunk wouldn't open when I pulled the lever on the inside, but opens when you put the key in the lock. I read my manual and it said their is a little metal thing on the inside of the trunk below the locking mechanism that you can slide that locks and unlocks the trunk. this fixed my problem. The guy who I bought it from said it was broken, not any more
Why would two 240 volt transformers on different primary phases have their secondary windings wired in series?
I'm no expert but I'm guessing this may help you... odd x odd = odd even x even = even odd x even = even for negatives and positive multiplying... n x n = p p x p = p n x p = n i hope this helps you! another thing that works is halving and doubling for example: 16x15=240 8x30=240 4x60=240 2x120=240 1x240=240
In the midst of ice storm here in Portland Oregon suddenly voltage has doubled in the house with outlets registering 240v instead of the normal 120?
Firstly, convert 125% to a decimal: you can do this by dividing by 100 to get: 125 / 100 = 1.25 Next, multiply this decimal by your number you want to find the percentage of: 1.25 x 240 = 300 So, your answer is 300 Another method is this way: Firstly work out 100%. This is 240. Now, to find 125% you need an extra 25% (because you already know 100%) 25% is equivalent to…