My brand new Gemmy light show lollipops don't seem to be working right. We have already returned two sets and the website is useless. When we plug the three sets in together, they don't sync themselves and run on three different cycles. Any ideas on how to fix this?
The gemmy light shows are amazing when working correctly. BUT that may be for one season only. I bought the white trio set of Christmas trees after one season the trees turned brown, tried to get in touch gemmy. Two days later my reply was I improperly stored my trees. All the other set of trees I've seen turn brown after one season. As far as I know gemmy quit making the white trees. Long story short they did't warranty my trees, as for the lollipops 4 or 5 light systems aren't interchangeable, I tried to replace the led in my 5 light system with a led from a 4 light system the led worked but wouldn't sync. When trying to make repairs you must use parts from alike sets of the same year models, alike models from different years don't work. Also when changing led circuit boards solder the wires the way you take them off or you'll short the board out. If you have bad sets of lights you can make repairs if they are alike.
According to Gemmy, the 4 light sets ARE NOT COMPATABLE with the 5 light sets. The programs are different and will not work together. I told them that it would be nice if they would EXPLAIN THIS on the stupid box. I'm stuck with four, 4 light sets, that won't work with my existing six, 5 light sets. I've asked Gemmy where I can find some 5 light sets, and they won't respond. In fact, Gemmy customer service is SO BAD, I'm amazed I got them to fess up to the fact that the light strings are totally incompatable.
I bought the Gemmy light show unit with 12 plugs. We spent two weeks putting up lights for the show. It worked for seven days and went out. The web site told us to rub a key on the plug to reset the system - of course did not work. Gemmy would not honor their product. Very disappointed in the whole idea!
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Try putting it on first. To do this...
1. Grab hold of it with two hands.
2. put your right leg through the right hole of the speedo.
3. Put your left leg through the left hold of the speedo.
4. Pull with an upwards motion until the speedo reaches groin level.
This should solve your problem. If this does not work, you might want to try returning it for a new speedo or your cash back.
Mainly a matter of affordability, Rv;s that are second hand are usually checked over mechanically to ensure safety before sale. You can also arrange and inspection for an opinion through your Road Assistance group to double check. Well new ones arelready roadworthy and all new and under warranty i hear you say, but the thing is any faults that have occurred have most likely been fixed already and will not be stranding YOU on the road.
There is usually a history of repairs effected on pre loved Rv,s and in doing your research you can estimate what brands to avoid if some seem excessive and consitent with certain parts.
The other thing to remember is a new RV at say $30,000 is valued at that while its on display. Buy it drive it out and around the block and bring it back to sell and its only going to bring $22,0000. With pre loved units doing the same thing will result in only half the loss of a new one.
Sold privately the pre used will bring you more return if it has a good on road history and regular service.
I have had 4 RV.s and only the fiorst was new, It had more things go wrong whilst on holidays than i could count and because it was under a service agreement I could not call a mechanic to it and had to get it back to the dealer. The holiday was a disaster! Since then i have had second hand ones, not all trouble free, but I could call any local guy to get it to his workshop and fix it. Ther repair costs were not expensive and many of the manufacturers and bodybuilderfaults had already been ironed out.
For me.. why pay $30,000 when you can pick up a hardly used ( in many cases) the same vehicle, 12 months old for pretty much half the price with all the faults ironed out.
I have an old set of woods that I touched up once. I took very fine grit sandpaper and very lightly sanded the scratches. Then I took some Old English scratch remover and applied it to the scatches with a Q-tip. Put on new grips and FOUR!!! It got rid of the scratches but for some reason, it still didn't seem to hit any straigher for me!! LOL Hope this helped and best wishes.
This depends on the model you have. There are lots of genesis bikes have manual resistance knobs on the main post, right in front of the seat. If it doesn't have a knob here, then it might be electronically operated in which case there might be a problem if it isn't adjusting with the program.