If I remember right my modem used to be warm to the touch when I put my hand on the top of the modem to push the off button in back. Now it's no longer warm. Is this possible? I am experiencing frequent disconnects with automatic reconnects. It is an old speedstream. Maybe model 5360.
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Re: modem cold to touch
frequent disconnectes suggest tat u might have an intermittent sync prob that might be due to,
1 )filter problem(filter is a small box ,it is also called as splitter that splits ur broad band connectivity and telephone line) so try isolating the filter that isz connect the cable runnin at the back of ur modem directly into ur wall jack. this will probably solve the problem
2)next reason is , it might be a line issue pls cal ur broad band help desk they ll sort it out
ur modems temperature has nothing to do with this. try this n let me know .
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Place saw on floor (flat clear surface). Make sure chain break is on. Hold throttle in, while pushing on switch all the way down. Place right foot in the flat of the rear handle. Place left hand on top handle. Pull starter handle until saw fires, it should then cut out. Click the starter switch up 1 click to half choke. Pull starter handle again untilsawfires up. note: it will be reving because the trigger is loched on, (blip the throttle once) and it should go to tick over.
There should be np need to keep playing with the choke when the saw is warm. No need to lock the trigger when starting warm.
Warm starting is performed by holding the rear handle between the thighs rather than on the floor.
It is winter and you jump in your car start it up and turn the heater blower fan on. You sit and wait...and wait.... NO HEAT ! Here are a few easy steps to help diagnose the problem:
1) After vehicle is completely warmed up, open your vehicles hood.
2) Grab a pair of gloves. Put them on, now put your hand with your glove on, on the TOP radiator hose. ( The top black radiator hose is the largest hose on the top of the radiator inlet running to the thermostat housing, in most vehicles)
3) Be careful NOT to touch ANY part of the engines cooling fan(s). Is the radiator hose HOT or COLD to the touch ?
If the hose is cold the easiest repair is to replace the thermostat. The thermostat helps regulate the engine temperature keeping it approximately 195 degrees Fahrenheit, and helps supply hot coolant to run through your vehicles heater core to keep you warm in the winter.
code 26 your carburator is too rich or 02 not working. Make sure air filter is not plugged, if its not when the engine is cold to touch or if it warmed up can you put your hand on the thermostat without it burning you? Then you can open the radiator cap and see if you are filled with fluid if not top it off. (even if its fuel injection).when the engine is cool find the oxygen sensor may have came loose.also make sure its connected . remember your using fuel more that it needs. or should we say $4.50/per hr.
Sometimes a watch will be off center due to shock, dead battery etc. Symptoms are; hands don’t line up, digital and analog time doesn’t match, Compass function doesn’t have the hands exactly opposite etc. This can all be fixed. The Synchronization function can be used:
1. Activate Crystal 2. Tap center until you are the unit’s screen (12h or 24h, F ft or C m). 3. Push and hold (at least five seconds) the center crown 4. Watch will beep and word (SYNCHRO) will appear in the display. 5. Use the top + button to line up the minute hand right on the 12. 6. Use the bottom – button to line up the hour hand right on the 12. 7. When finished, press crown and you will go back to time.
ok just a touch of help for ,,onthejob...i need you to start at a cycle and put unit on cold cold,,ok...now i want you to put your hand on back of unit where the inlet vavle and the hose meet at unit...do you feel a vibebration,,or here it humming,,now if hot water comes though,,all you have to do is reverse the hoses there on wrong,,im here onthejob
Looking at this watch I believe the lower right button changes the watch between chrono & time. Push that button until the hand in the bottom dial is on time. Then see if the bottom right button pulls out. If it does then this will put the watch in time setting mode. Now push the top right button. This should move the hands around so you can set the time. I hope this works I'm trying to go by what the watch looks like.
If you talk with the company, they'll explain that their machines are designed to clean clothes in cold and warm water and that, in most instances, they don't feel "hot" water is at all necessary; especially if you use the soak cycle. You have to remember that the company is all about eco solutions and energy efficiency. They included the 'no hot water setting' work around just to as a customer accommodation. I haven't found that it takes all that much pressure, you just need to keep them depressed long enough for the unit to get the message and signal that it has.
Hello, if u read the user's manual, there is an option to resync the hands. Goto the units mode ( Press the middle button, and then twice in the center of the screen, so that the digital display shows either 24h Cm or 12h... u get it ) Once in that press and hold the middle button for 5 seconds, until the display shows SYNCHRO. Then use te top button to adjust the minute hand and te bottom button to adjust the hour hand, and bring them both, one on top of the other, over the 12 o'clock position. Once this is set, press the middle button again. This should to the trick.