Car problem

I have never had to use the power outlet in my car until today ( I have a
power outlet instead of a cigarrete lighter), and upon plugging in my cell
phone charger, discovered that there power outlet doesn’t work.

Is there any way to fix or replace it without paying $100s to the
dealership?

The strange part is that I have a second power outlet in the trunk (!) and
that one works perfectly.
__________________________________________________________________ Eugene
Leshchinskiy ICQ#: 6909913 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me


Re: Car problem

Have you checked the fuses just to make sure that the fuse isn’t blown?


Tom B.

“Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy” <webmaster@animationlibrary.com> wrote in message
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> I have never had to use the power outlet in my car until today ( I have a
> power outlet instead of a cigarrete lighter), and upon plugging in my cell
> phone charger, discovered that there power outlet doesn’t work.
>
> Is there any way to fix or replace it without paying $100s to the
> dealership?
>
> The strange part is that I have a second power outlet in the trunk (!) and
> that one works perfectly.
> __________________________________________________________________ Eugene
> Leshchinskiy ICQ#: 6909913 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me
> __________________________________________________________________
>
>

Re: Car problem

Tom B. wrote:
> Have you checked the fuses just to make sure that the fuse isn’t
> blown?

And have you check whether other things work, or is it just the charger?
(even if the charger works elsewhere)

Re: Car problem

Tried it with the XM radio (the main reason why I need the power outlet to
work) . Same result.

“Winston” <dl@winston.org> wrote in message
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> Tom B. wrote:
> > Have you checked the fuses just to make sure that the fuse isn’t
> > blown?
>
> And have you check whether other things work, or is it just the charger?
> (even if the charger works elsewhere)
>
>

Re: Car problem

No, how can I check it?

“Tom B.” <dbryant1@sport.rr.com> wrote in message
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> Have you checked the fuses just to make sure that the fuse isn’t blown?
>
> –
> Tom B.
>
> “Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy” <webmaster@animationlibrary.com> wrote in message
> news:bcfqj2$st$1@www.darklock.com
> > I have never had to use the power outlet in my car until today ( I have
a
> > power outlet instead of a cigarrete lighter), and upon plugging in my
cell
> > phone charger, discovered that there power outlet doesn’t work.
> >
> > Is there any way to fix or replace it without paying $100s to the
> > dealership?
> >
> > The strange part is that I have a second power outlet in the trunk (!)
and
> > that one works perfectly.
> > __________________________________________________________________
Eugene
> > Leshchinskiy ICQ#: 6909913 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me
> > __________________________________________________________________
> >
> >
>
>

Re: Car problem

Thanks for the tips, it was in fact a blown fuse.

The sad part is that the manual didn’t mention a word about fuses at all.

“Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy” <webmaster@animationlibrary.com> wrote in message
news:bcfqj2$st$1@www.darklock.com
> I have never had to use the power outlet in my car until today ( I have a
> power outlet instead of a cigarrete lighter), and upon plugging in my cell
> phone charger, discovered that there power outlet doesn’t work.
>
> Is there any way to fix or replace it without paying $100s to the
> dealership?
>
> The strange part is that I have a second power outlet in the trunk (!) and
> that one works perfectly.
> __________________________________________________________________ Eugene
> Leshchinskiy ICQ#: 6909913 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me
> __________________________________________________________________
>
>

Re: Car problem

Probably not…so you would have to come in and let them fix it for $$$.


Tom B.

“Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy” <webmaster@animationlibrary.com> wrote in message
news:bcgkha$sk4$1@www.darklock.com
> Thanks for the tips, it was in fact a blown fuse.
>
> The sad part is that the manual didn’t mention a word about fuses at all.
>
>
> “Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy” <webmaster@animationlibrary.com> wrote in message
> news:bcfqj2$st$1@www.darklock.com
> > I have never had to use the power outlet in my car until today ( I have
a
> > power outlet instead of a cigarrete lighter), and upon plugging in my
cell
> > phone charger, discovered that there power outlet doesn’t work.
> >
> > Is there any way to fix or replace it without paying $100s to the
> > dealership?
> >
> > The strange part is that I have a second power outlet in the trunk (!)
and
> > that one works perfectly.
> > __________________________________________________________________
Eugene
> > Leshchinskiy ICQ#: 6909913 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me
> > __________________________________________________________________
> >
> >
>
>