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Wing mirrors have a certain range of electrical adjustment. Manual adjustment by pushing with fingers can make electrical adjustment inoperative. The solution is to make finger adjustment to get back to the electrical range.
Seems like the blend door is intermittent,Like you said in some cases it works fine,Either the blend door is intermitent or the cycling switch is intermittent this is located on the filter drier when this pressure switch fails the A/C goes intermittent
The horizontal rod doesn't actually connect to the vertical rod. The horizontal rod connects to the door latch mechanism. The vertical rod also connects to the door latch, but at a different location. If as I'm guessing the horizontal rod has become dis-connected, it's probably because either the connector broke or fell off. If you need any further clarification, please leave a comment and I will try to help.
Try to change the horizontal sensitivity and vertical sensitivity of the trackball to 100%,to do this follow the below mentioned steps
2)select option icon
3)scroll down and select screen/keyboard option
4)select horizontal sensitivity and change it to 100%
5) select vertical sensitivity and change to 100%
6) press menu button and select save
I have a similar symptom, that is, apparent loss of scroll ring functionality as homercles1 noted, but in fact the scroll ring functionality gets toggled between horizontal scrolling and vertical scrolling as Rithas has noted. A window that is not wide enough to require horizontal scrolling will give the appearance of loss of scroll ring functionality when the scroll ring is in horizontal scroll mode. Likewise, a window that is not tall enough to require vertical scrolling will give the appearance of loss of scroll ring functionality when the scroll ring is in vertical scroll mode.
Solution that worked for me:
My upper right-hand button is defined as "Allow Horizontal Scroll" and by clicking this button, the scroll ring function toggles between horizontal and vertical scrolling. In fact, what can appear to be a nonfunctional scroll ring in some windows is very useful when moving around in large windows.
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