I used this player with batteries on a trip I took recently. Upon arriving home, we could not locate the cord. I returned to the store (Rite Aid) where I bought it and have looked exhaustively for a replacement that will fit and have been unsuccessful. Any suggestions?
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Is it a factory radio? If so disconnect your positive battery cable for 30 seconds. It will reset your computer upon hookup. If it is an aftermarket radio then usually it has a detachable face. Behind that you will find a little hole. That is the reset button just for the radio.
Sounds like one of your neighbors may have recently replaced their own garage door opener and it coincidentally operates in the same frequency band as yours. One of them may also have purchased a new car and recently programmed it to open their door, but it inadvertantly interferes with yours. Depending on the quality of your door opener's receiver and how old it is, some receivers are not as good as others in their ability to discriminate against similar transmitted codes in the same frequency band. When the door opens by itself immediately go outside and see if a neighbor's door has just been opened (or closed) at the same time. Does your door open by itself at similar times during day? Like when a neighbor might be leaving or returning home from work? When someone uses a remote to close their garage door when leaving home, they (and the remote) are usually located in their driveway, but when they use it to open the door upon arriving home, they might be located right in front of your house.
1. This could be due to several things. a. The power supply for the external drive is not working properly b. A broken power supply connector. c. The USB drive was disconnected improperly > that is not disconnected safely in Windows d. The external drive controller in the USB case is defective. A new case is needed.
Hello, Your sensor may be too sensitive after all the water went through. If the truck is running well, the filters must be working. There are some additives which help disperse water in Diesel fuel.
Disconnecting the Batteries was a good idea, but I am sure there are good additives at some busy truck stops. You can get some of the same stuff at Autozone or Oreillys, but they would not know like a longhaul Trucker would.
So I bet the best additives and advice will be found at the Truck stops. You might want to check with your Car Insurance company for coverage as the water problem was storm related via the drains and you are speculating thats the source. Could it as easily be Vandalism? Locking fuel caps may help. For what you spent and may continue to spend, an Insurance claim may be a good solution.
All you can do now is secure the tanks and pour the additives to it.
I just plugged connected my e260 via synch cord to my PC and imdiately changed my mind, unplugging it. Froze it with green connecting arrows, but no "connecting" title at the top. Upon pressing the power button, the device screen went blank as if off (but I could just barely see that it was still on).
Pulling the battery worked to reset it. It restarted when I turned it on again and is now synching.