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Re: cobra 29 ltd classick tuning
Here is a link to the Phantom CB's seb site, you can click on the brand of radio you want to peak, in you case, Cobra. Then follow through the chart to the Cobra 29 LTD Classic under the Cobra power mods, which tells you what to adjust and changes that can be made. Only one suggestion I have before you start, where it says to cut D11, don't, only turn up VR-4 for your modulation. That is the only thing I don't like with their instuctions is telling people to cut the modulation limiter. You can get full modulation by turning up the potentiometer, and if you cut the limiter, sometimes it will over modulate.
You need an inline power meter to peak the radio out. This is the quick and dirty way to peak and tune a radio. To properly align a radio, you really need an oscilloscope and other related test equipment.
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Is the cleaning cycle still going? If you have a separate circuit breaker in the load center of your house for the range, you could simply turn the range off, set the circuit breaker to off, and then try to open the oven door. When you turn the breaker back on, the oven should behave normally. Do this before attempting moving the range no matter if it is electric or gas - gas lines can break when you move a range, so be prepared to turn off the gas shut off on the supply pipe near the flexible line if it should break, then get a new gas line and install it before turning the gas back on. If you are the least bit unfamiliar or don't feel confident doing this, get someone who is either a professional or someone you know that knows how to address gas appliances to move your range. If your range is electric only, then you will have no worries once you cut off the power and reset the oven to off - then turn the power back on.
Someone I know that has repaired machines for years said there are a lot of screws in the back to be removed and that there are plastic clips at the seams. I had to do this on a Viking that I had and ended up having to take it to a dealer to fix because I was afraid of breaking the plastic clips without the right tools. I figured it was cheaper to have the repairman do it than to possibly break the case or break the clips off, have to pay for a new case which was $125 plus then the cost of the repair. I know this isn't what you want to hear but might in the long run be a better solution so that you don't end up breaking the plastic case. Good luck and I hope it works out good for you.
its got a paper jam... if you are comfortable doing this... you might want to take the trays out... take out the toner... open the back cover open the side covers and take a flash light and look up into its inards... if you still dont see the jam... then you are going to have to take out the drums, developers, toners... what ever is inside until you find it... if you got an IT person you know or someone who is mechanically inclined pay them a small pittance to find it... if not then pay a tech a small fortune... its jammed way up in there and tight... and if you keep trying to print you will break a gear and that will cost you much more... because then you will definitely need a tech and the small fortune you pay him might become way larger...
It may reinizialze its self once you take battery out and put new one in. The computer modulator resets when you take neg. side of battery off. So that should work. If not try asking at Advance Auto or one Auto parts stores.
I do not want to pay for assistance, my monitor is under warranty. I want to know where i need to call or go to have monitor repaired or speak to someone "without having to pay".That is not under the warranty,having to pay to speak to someone just to find out what the trouble is,,,my goodness? I already know there is a problem, i dont have to may 10$ or 20$, that is what the warranty is for,to have the "problem-the monitor fixed"to know where to send it to or where they can can send fed-ex or a courier to pick it up or i can take it to a "geek squad"......That should be a "free advise from the Proview company".
Hi this is a big problem unless you have multimeter and know how to use one. Right the problem is going to be a blown resistor somewhere after the power input on the board as your getting power this tell us their is no problem at the power source. The problem is going to be after this but before the laser gets its power. It would be impossible to locate without multimeter and knowing how use one. the parts if doing repair yourself would be really cheap but paying someone would cost more than a new ps2.
The best thing i would do if it was me is buy a second hand one from well known auction site (sorry cant give names as i would be adverting but its got 4 letter starts with e and ends with y)
You can buy a slim ps2 with disk read error for less than £10 or $15 then if your laser was working with no problems then it would take few minutes to swap these. Then you have it working again.
I got one last week for £3 it cost me more in p&p but they said disk read error so i took case off blew all the dust out then tried it and im still using it now.
If you have multimeter and know how to use it then ill give you a link on how to take it apart but dont try if you dont know how to use multimeter or dont know how to tes resistors. Replacing the laser anyone can do its couple of screws and push in connector for the wires let me know what you want to do