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Reference: Paisley Electronic Push Code Safe Item # 5661462 Purchased at Justice. May be one of the following design/colors: 1. Pink and black 2. neon green 3. tye-dye (all in zebra pattern, I believe)
To gain access to safe without code proceed with the following simple instructions:
Use a screw driver to access batteries on the bottom of the safe. Remove all three AA batteries. WAIT AT LEAST TEN SECONDS before reinserting betteries to functional position. Replace screw. Key in default passcode "0000#" Safe will now be unlocked and upon opening you can reset passcode. Hold down the "*" and when voice prompted to "key in passcode" enter new 4 digit code followed by the # sign... HOLD "*" until completed code with "#" You will hear the voice command, "enter passcode" after each digit entered. [Press & hold "*" (1234) press "#" release "*"] Close safe and new passcode should be set and work properly. If not, enter default "0000#" and try to reset once again.
please follow this steps and do it. God bless you It isn't often that Apple gives specific directions about how to fix your problem! Restoring the iPad will erase everything on it, so make sure everything on the iPad is stored elsewhere prior to restoring. To restore, connect your iPad to a computer with the latest version of iTunes installed. When your iPad appears under the devices menu, click the restore option under the summary tab. If you haven't backed up your data already, choose the back up option from the pop up window. Click the restore button to restore your Touch to factory spec.
I just bought the ball from Goodwill for $2.99 and didn't know what it was till I got it home.; Put in 4 new AAA batteries and came on but when it start it commands to pass the ball to each player so they can sign in (via the arm bands). Since that was not included in my purchase I can't use it for any of the games. The original reason I bought was to be used for hand-eye coordination for my young children. I think it is a wonderful ball to be used for this. The ball has a heavier weight to it than it appears yet is soft to the touch. A direct impact from it will not cause any harm to a child or person and yet the weight gives it a real feel of a normal softball. So it's not like a Nerf foam ball or even a hard foam ball. Could definitely break a window because the weight if you tried. Has a little bounce to it when it hits the ground but it's not a bouncy ball. I found some bands looking around on Ebay. Just do a search for Cosmic Catch Bands and you should find something that works for you. And even if you pay a little for the bands remember that the original game cost around $60.00 or more so your still gonna get a good deal. That is of course if you like the game. But for me it will be fine even without the bands to play with my young children.
thermostat switch has been by-passed, when machine gets up to temp, the switch sends power to the fan, when the switch goes bad the machine will overheat due to the fan not kicking on. make sure the switch has not been by-passed and wired direct.
We had the same problem that I found to have a very simple fix. It seems all that needed to be done was hold in the reset button a few seconds while the battery charger was plugged in and the light on the charger turned to red and the battery charged again. Seems like too easy of a fix but it worked for my kids scooter.