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This is not a complex problem, to find an acceptable charger for your machine all you need is some basic information about the device. First you will need to know the voltage and current requirements of the device. This should be posted usually as a sticker on the bottom of the device near where it would be plugged in, it should say something like 5 VDC 400mA this stands for 5 volts of DC voltage, and 400 mili amperes of current. Next you should take your device to a Radio Shack store they have lots of adapt-a-plug chargers with many voltages and currents and many tips to connect to them. All you need to do is find a correct tip to fit into your device, they have at the store an index where you can try different ones in your device. Once you have found a match you will need to locate either a home charger or a car charger with the EXACT voltage level as indicated on your device. I.E. if your device says 5vdc you need a charger that says 5VDC. Once you locate an acceptable charger check to see that the current rating is greater than or equal to what your device says. Most people think that a higher current rating on the charger will burn up the device, this is not true. The device only draws as much current as is necessary(trust me I am an electrical engineering student). Next the assembly of your charger is as simple as plugging the plug into the charger, there will be instructions on the box. The whole rig is usually less than 20 bucks, so its not too bad.
I've never encountered that problem, but the manual says: Make sure remote Transcribe indicator is extinguished. Move the Transcribe switch to Local position. Locate letter to erase with either [Prev. Ltr] or [Next Ltr]. Simultaneously press [Currnet Ltr] and [Erase] buttons to erase letter appearing in Item Status display. A tone plays and Erase LED lights briefly. Letter is automatically deleted.
To erase all Transcribed Letters: Make sure "In Use" Transcribe indicator is extinguished. Move Transcribe switch to Local position. Simultaneously press the [Finished Ltrs] and [Erase] buttons. Tone plays and Erase LED lights briefly. Good luck!
Do you know how to determine the total minutes on the machine? I have 2 that I want to sell, one of which is on eBay. Thanks.
nope, sry, its only chinese/english/korean/japanese to change language press on the blue icon on the top of screen (the one with a wrench) and press the 6th icon, the one that has 4 stripes with an E, a chinese smbol, a japanese smbol and a korean symbol (will you be able to differ between those 4?)
My bike is a year old come the end of oct i started to ride from Jan of this year and my battery keeps going flat im on my 3rd battery now and am getting stressed out!!
Ive charged the battery but as it goes on the bike its like some one has pressed dump power and the power just goes but if i push start the bike and run it for a while it will hold the charge for a few min but it goes again after i power the bike down!
What could it be help
Step-by-step solutions: 1. check battery and make sure it's fully charged 2. check volume setting and make sure it is not set to "mute" mode 3. do a power-recycling: remove the battery and leave the gadget for a few minutes then put the battery in