- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
First check if it's a Compatible one. Read user's manual for compatibility of your Boom Headset. If it's compatible, you should once again try to install it, but first uninstall partially installed or erratic installations previously made, then re install it. Before doing so, take Backup of your Phone.
DIY Replacement Ignition KeySubject: DIY Replacement Ignition Key Title: What to do if you need a replacement ignition key
There are times where you may need a replacement key. This can be the cause of a lost key, a key going bad, upgrading from the non all-in-one key to the all-in-one key.
Please keep in mind that if all keys are lost, there is NO WAY to program a new key to you car and a replacement TWICE module will have to be found with a key, either new (costly) or used and be married to the car via the dealer.
Need a key, key is giving intermittent "bad key" messages and will not start the car, etc.
Probably none, or a small tool to take the door off of a key via the hole in the side for the all-in-one key.
Key Blank from Dealer about $40 This is cut to your car. Key Top from Dealer about $40 This is the "key guts" all-in-one guts from Dealer about $90 all-in-one guts from ebay about $30-$60 key door from dealer for all-in-one key about $15
There are a few cases that can be covered
Case 1: Non All-in-one key replaced by non All-In-One key.
Subcase A: Have a non all-in-one key that is going bad
Solution: The dealer will have a replacement top for the key. Get the top, replace the top of the key and have it reprogrammed for the car. Total cost about $40 + $30.
Subcase B: Replace with all-in-one key because they are neato and / or the other key is lost.
Solution: Order the "Key Blank" from dealer and obtain the guts for the all in one key from ebay or the dealer. Have keys programmed by dealer. Total cost about $35 + $30 + guts cost.
Case 2: All-in-one key replaced by All-In-One key. Subcase A: Have key but is not working.
Solution: Get guts and have it programmed. Cost about $30 + guts cost.
Subcase B: Lost key, need a new key
Solution: Get Key Blank and guts and have it programmed. Cost about $35 + $30 + guts cost.
Very nice. Replacing the non all-in-one with the all-in-one dramatically increased the range of the remote. over the banana style remote.
- Replace the battery in the guts if you get them off of ebay. - You have to have all keys and remotes to dealer for programming. - The guts for the non all-in-one key do not have the remote guts - The guts for the all-in-one key have the security and remote in one - The key shaft from the ebay all-in-one key can be discarded
Braun Select Models Electric Shaver Disassembly Tutorial
1. Remove two screws on the bottom, where the power plugs in. Need to remove two ribber plugs first.
2. Pull from shaver head and remove shaver "guts" from case. (It will be hard to remove as it is encased in rubber to make it waterproof, but keep wiggling and tugging)
3. Remove old batteries and replace with new ones.
4. Re-assembly is reverse
look up google....nam programing for motorola startac..... its something like fcn,fcn,0000000000000...then rcl it opens frequencies and security codes....mobile info number of the phone etc......scroll down to security code(3digit)punch in the new one..there is one more security code i think....do the same......it will not take (000)1-9 only.... eaaassssyyyyyyy.
if you have a spare unit,don't bother to take apart the old broken one. Contact your service provider's Tech Support and tell them you wish to replace your broken Startac with another unit and give them the replacement units ESN. They can add the new one to your account,it will replace the broken unit. All ESN's are unique. You can REPLACE one with another,you can't take parts out to (legally) substitute one ESN for another.
There are a few fuses inside the amplifier. The case lid will come off pretty easily once you remove all the screws. You can visually inspect fuses looking for the blown one (filament will be broken), or use a multimeter for ceramic fuses. However, the fuses in my B&K ST-1400 do have transparent cases. If once you replace the fuse, it blows again, then that would suggest an underlying problem.,