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White balance adjustment
The set should be working for over 30 minutes before white balance adjustment so that it can be in a stable state. Use white balance apparatus CA210 and change to BBY channel to adjust white balance; Only need to adjust chromaticity coordinates when color temperature is 10000K (namely "COOL") for the unit. To meet testing requirements of BBY when color temperature is 8000K or 6500K, make sure chromaticity coordinates of bright scale is X=280 ± 5 Y=288 ± 5, chromaticity coordinates of dark scale is X=280± 8 Y=288± 8; Manual adjustment of both groups of white balance datum YPbPr white balance adjustment.
Make sure you have the right size belt. If it's old then replace it. Then make sure you run it correctly or it can slip off. If it still slips off then check all your pulleys for chips or wobble before you replace any pulleys. I hope this will be some simple help for you.
Kenmore top loaders are equipped with an auto-leveling system on the back two feet of the washer. Typically, what happens when the washer becomes off-balance it's a simple matter of the auto-leveler needing to be readjusted. This is a very simple process that requires no special tools. The following link explains:
The rear auto-leveler should be periodically checked from time to time to ensure the washer maintains level. Any excessive vibration may cause the rear of the washer to become mal-adjusted. This is normal. Once the rear feet are properly leveled, make sure the front feet are adjusted so that the washer is level front-to-back and side-to-side. Use a level across the top of the washer cabinet (NOT the lid! The lid on most washers is slightly bowed.) to check.
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Your wireless motion detector has been "learned" or programmed into your system. It may be difficult to remove it without a knowledge of how to de-program and you'll also need an installation program manual. A much simpler alternative is to mask off the lens portion of the motion detector. If you are able to open the case cut a small piece of cardboard or heavy stock art paper and place it in between the motion's circuit board and the lens assembly. Once reassembled this will block the detector from seeing motion. If you can't figure out how to open the case another way is to take a piece of cardboard and tape it over the lens face on the outside. Hope this helps.
I don't of any system that is simpler to add a device to. The process is in the manual and is something like press "add" on the panel, follow some prompts and press a button on the rear of the motion sensor. Pretty easy if you dont have keypad phobia. Electronic version of the manual is at this location (adding a sensor starts on page 18).