A garage will have a GFCI outlet. If this is what you are referring to then the refrigerator is either overloading the circuit or there is a ground fault. Sometimes equipment with motors, like a refrigerator, will cause a GFCI to trip. There may be a real problem in refrigerator causing the ground fault, or it may be an older GFCI that needs to be replaced.
Below the speedometer there are 2 reset buttons. The one that sticks out resets the odometer. The other one is under a little rubber plug. (If the plug isn't lost) Pry out the plug and push in the reset button. The button can be pushed through the plug, but sometimes the plug ends up inside the cluster. I just take out the plug and throw it away.
If there is no reset button to use for this, unplug the router power for about a minute then plug it back in.
If you hold down the menu button and middle button down at same time it will restart
You have to reset it, by holding down the menu button and the center button, then plug it in.
Hold the reset button on the back for 45 seconds and release.............or log in to the router and choose a reset in the system options..........or pull the power cord, wait 15 seconds and plug it back in.
You're kidding, right? Plug it in, the "Power/Reset" (I/O) button should have a red light, press that button. There's only two button on the whole console, it isn't too hard to figure out. Also.....To turn it off, press and hold the "Power/Reset" button. Sheesh.
Press the off button and while it says "POWER OFF" on the screen plug it out behind the back!
you un plug the jeeps battery for a few minuets and then the computer resets.
It should be in the manual. I have an acura and this is what I had to do. Have your car in the garage, unplug the garage door opener. Hold the button in your car until it blinks fast that resets everything. Once is does hold down the button you want use to open the garage. Plug the garage door opener back in and the bottom should work. It took a few seconds after I plugged it in to work. Hope it works for you...
you can click on the reset button on the box or if it goes black tack the plug out of the box and then put it back in then it will work hope i helped u if i did tell me love lexi xx
Usual "Reset" button at the back of the router should work. If not then you need to do this: 1) Keep the power ON, Press the "Reset" button for 30 seconds. 3) Unplug the power, Keep "Reset" button pressed for 30 seconds. 3) Plug in Power, Keep the "Reset" button pressed for 30 seconds. Now you should get admin console on 192.168.1.1 Username and Password is "admin" & "admin" resp. This method is called 30-30-30.
Steps to reset your Linksys router.First of all, you have to power off your computer.After that Unplug your router.Wait 60 seconds and plug it back in.Find the small button labeled in Reset. It's an inset button that's typically on the back of the router.Find a straighten a paper clip. You will use this to press the reset button.Press and hold the "Reset" button."Power" light should blink while you're holding the button.hold the "Reset" button for 30 seconds.Wait for the "Power" light to stop blinking. When the "Power" light is solid, the reset is complete.Power on your computer.Open a Web browser to test for an Internet connection.