Use jump leads connect to another vehicle and start it up then connect to your flat battery in your car let the other vehicle run for a few minutes before starting attempting to start your own vehicle then close your window. Make sure you observe battery polarity.
Water is a conductor of electricity and if allowed to come into contact with PCB’s (printed circuit boards) then you do have a major problem especially if the TV is on!...or switched on after the event, I doubt that any fixers out there would take this TV on as a repair job.
Their is a special bit/tool that can remove stripped screw heads but cannot recall it’s name!…This problem can occur when the wrong screw driver is used to remove Philips/ Pozidrive type drivers but especially when the tool is not a snug fit and plumb with respect to the screw.
Is it a new or used replacement battery!...use a DVM or multimeter across the battery terminals if you read 11 volts or less then the battery may be at fault if it reads 13.4v this indicates the battery is ok! Next switch your headlights on with the ignition in the on position but don't start the engine. Is the lights bright if so the battery would appear to be good. A quick check for the alternator is to get the engine started apply the meter across the connected battery their should be a small rise in the voltage reading If using an analogue meter use correct polarity...The DVM uses an auto correct polarity irrespective of what lead is used. The use of the use of charger across the battery may have just been enough to start the engine...the battery is my suspect. 6 minutes ago by Thomas
Try running the drill at full speed then when it stops be ready to switch to driver position rocking switch back and forth some attempts may be required This occasionally happens with my drill Hitachi.
The short answer is no i’m afraid! but i have salvaged a few devices in the past that suffered from liquid spillage. The fact that the liquid spillage went unnoticed may have permeated the interior. I have in the past also spilled wine over my laptop but immediately turned the keyboard over and left it to drip onto a dish towel placed under the machine…having said that! on dismantling the bottom cover from the top & removing the PCB some liquid had reached the innards. Being brief: I then cleaned the whole board using a soft toothbrush and isopropyl alcohol… I have also had success previously using a small amount of washing up liquid in some warm water the toothbrush and lots of patience. Once you have finished this, rinse off the board with cold water shake the excess water off then either place the board/boards on top of a central heating radiator or if dry windy sunny outside i have in the past literally hung out my pcb’s to dry “YES” on the washing line with success. Perhaps some would rather just...
Most likely is the PSU. check visibly for leaking or bulging capacitor tops also if an ESR meter is available check for the series resistance of each capacitor . The PCB may have one or more dry joints…use a magnifier to check the board.
The window has parted company with the mechanism that determines up/down movement. What i would do next would be to remove the glass window completely then the internal door cover/lining then remove the polythene to expose the mechanism ...now keeping fingers away try the window control button to confirm if the system is operating normally and if so! the next step is to determine just how the glass was fitted . This may be all that is required. NB: Your owners manual may not give you any details with this procedure but you can buy a H----- MANUAL for your model of car which should give a more detailed idea of what your internal door looks like.