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Re: ink Nozzles are plugged
# Hold the cartridge upside down, with the bar-code label facing you and take a damp paper towel. # Use the towel to wipe the printhead of the cartridge on the bottom (where the ink comes out). Wipe the printhead horizontally in one direction only (left to right). # Continue doing this until it looks clean. # Then dab the cartridge on the towel to make sure the ink is flowing. # Next, look inside the printer and locate the carrier that holds ink cartridges. Caution: Make sure the cartridges are not installed at this point.
1. Look for a shiny piece of metal underneath the contacts at the back of the carrier. 2. Take a damp cotton swab (use water only!) and wipe along the bottom of the shiny metal piece. Note: You may need more than one swab.
# Reinstall the cartridges, making sure you snap them correctly into the printer.
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With out a year make and model im kinda fishing in the dark. There are many reasons for this. Starting with the simplest it may be caused by something overlooked in routine maintenance like improperly adjusted throttle cable, chain slack, or an obstruction in either one. The next would be to make sure the carburetor is meticulously cleaned. And build up or obstruction will cause this. Most motorcycles take a higher octane rating gas so make sure your useing atleast the recommended minimum rating. Check the spark plug. It should be a nice caramel color not white or black. Now im not sure what your riding so if its an electronic throttle most of the time this is completely normal. Also make sure the bike is up to operating temperature. If its not it will have a hesitation I hope this helps
I am not an expert in jet skies but just a thought. Did you check that your fuel pump works good? Test the pump for quantity per 10sec according to the service manual. It may just gone bad. Good luck and hope I've helped.
hi bud there isint much you can do week to week other than put petrol in lol a good thing to have on the bike if ya can is a scott oiler a handy tool as it keeps your chain lubricated more regularily than normal oiling but the chain would be a monthly thing to keep doing as a good oiled chain is important for easy driving every year or 6 months depending on driving time your oil and filter need to be changed battery can be charged every 4 5 months if not used alot it will drain slowly with lights indicators and such so in the winter months charge or get your self a trickle charger will keep your battery alive if not been used just take battery out plug into trickle charger away ya go and plugs may need to be changed every year again driving dependent but as for regular routine stuff there isint much other than oil greasing with a good chain wax is best hope this ok
All the wires have colors. Like color wires go together. You can basically rewire a Honda by the color of the wires with out having to use a diagram . The only confusing thing you might run into is , for example, when you have a blue wire with a white stripe that connects to a blue wire with a white band near the connector. If you are trying to connect a part from another year or model , where the harness is different colors, then you may need two different diagrams if you want to attempt to use the part in question. Your best option is to make sure the part you purchase is for the year you have so the plugs and the wire colors match up.
I know the 88 model FLH's had them so it's a good bet that the Softails had them as well. Usually, the turn signal wires were grey in color. The had these little bands around them that indicated which side they went to. The violet marked wire goes to the right side signals and the brown marked wire goes to the left side. They did flash and I'm pretty sure they had the self cancelling turn signal unit on them. The unit is a "black box" unit about 1/2" thick by 1" wide by about an 1 1/2" long. It has a single plug on it. If you'll contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org , I'll send you a pin out and a trouble shooting guide. Remind me of what you need.
Motorcycle? normally on the front where the steering assembly goes through.. there should be a data plate that will list EVERYTHING you need to find out about your motorcycle there should be an actual YEAR printed on the plate.. as far as the vin id for yr I cannot help you with that,, I use data plates
use fresh gas, old gas will possibly have gone OFF and gummed up the carb or injector whatever your bike has. get a good fuel system cleaning additive, (Berrymans B12 if you are in the States) also check your fuel filter. is gas getting to the plugs? i suspect not.
Not sure I understand the question.Each side of plug?Anyway,black is ground and that should go to the socket.The other colors feed taillight and brakelight.They go the pins that feed bulb.You can trace them back from back of socket.Match up color for color from wireing harness under fender.Not sure what year bike you got,sometimes white is grd.