The switch would be open.
The switch on the back is the switch for the power supply only. The computer boots from the main power switch on the front. This particular method of switching was introduced with the ATX power supplies.
For safety it removes all power from the socket. if the switch was in series with the neutral wire the socket would still have power on it with the switch off and dangerous shocks would e possible!
I would expect that the power for the fuel pump would be supplied through the ignition switch so I would start there, that is check the ignition switch.
There has to be, that is why a switch was installed to stop it,but it must be hot before the switch or there would be no power to do what it was intended for. If you are talking there is power after the switch at all times, the switch is bad and needs to be replaced.
The drivers side switch is the master switch; all power goes thru this switch. Pop it out and test for power; you may just have a bad connection at the switch. I would also check the window lock switch and bypass it to make sure that is not the problem.
The switch is likely bad. Check the power going in and out of the switch.
if they lived in a sunny place
Check all your fuses first Then I would check for power at switch with a test light With key on you should have power on one side of switch .If you have power going in next step is to check with switch activated you should have power out . If you have power in and out of switch chances are motor is bad but you should check for power at motor also.Hope this helps.
I can not understand your question.
Sounds like a switch that would only provide power if a condition is met, i.e a lamp timer. I'm not positive though.
Perry: With a mirror! Switch off its power source.
It didn't. There is a problem somewhere.
the power switch on a camera turns on or off the camera.
Power steering pressure switch.Power steering pressure switch.
You would need to use a transfer switch. The generator will hook up to the transfer switch and then the transfer switch to the panel. Usually you would have an emergency breaker panel to hook up to since a 7000 watt generator wouldn't be able to power up most entire homes. You would pick which circuits you would need in an emergency situation and bring those into the emergency panel. The transfer switch makes sure you never have generator power mixing with your houses main power.
The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.
If the passenger side works fine and there is no power at the driver side motor, I would suspect the switch. A weak motor will overheat the switch causing it to melt inside where the contacts are.
The preferable power would be to find a power line that is connected through the ignition switch so that the radio will turn off when the switch is off.
The first and cheepest thing to check is the fuses. located on the side of the dash by the passengers door, another is under the hood on top of the battery. The next would be lock switch.It is easily installed, no tools needed. The drivers side power switch is a master switch. This means that power feeds from the drivers lock switch to the passenger door. If your key fob will unlock and lock the doors but the switch will not I would replace the drivers door lock switch.
Your switch could be worn out you would have to replace the rocker to the switch or replace the whole window switch console.
If a single pole switch is wired to be a master switch, the switch would have to be in the on position for any other control devices to operate. Turning the master switch off would eliminate power to all devices (and/or loads) which it was serving. For example, some homes have a switch to control their outside light. If the outside light has a photo eye (the light will only come on at night), the switch is the master switch. Another example would be the breakers in an electrical panel. Each breaker would be the "master switch" for the circuit it protects. The main breaker in the panel would be the "master switch" for the entire home.
AnswerI would start with the bulbs, make sure they are good and that they have power going to them. If there is no power at the bulb the problem is either your headlight switch or the dimmer switch.I would start with the headlight switch.And I would start with the fusesSee "Related Questions" below for more