I received a laptop that has many issues,has been torn apart, put back together (somewhat), and contains non OEM parts.But I counldn't say no to FREE! I am in the process of identifying parts and specs. But I noticed 2 switches on the mainboard that look very tampered with, 1 is a KHS04 relay and the other is an OTAX KHS 10 relay.I've been able to find the product but not the switch positions in relative to my board.Can you direct me to the schematics for these switches?
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Locksmiths can often solve this problem by using a very thin Stainless Steel shim. It needs to be stiff enough to push between the tumbler pins at the shear line, but thin enough to slide between the plug and the cylinder body. The pins must be raised with a pick or key blank until the shim slides through one pin chamber at a time. When all pins are aligned at the shear line, the plug will rotate and the cylinder can be disassembled. You might have a missing spring or part of a spring jammed
it sounds like they may have damaged the fuse box where the relay for the blinkers is. or put a relay in the wrong one some relays look the same but are a different colour, but have the same pin out putting the wrong relay in the wrong slot could cause this.
If you set your BIOS password but have forgotten what it is, then the simplest way to reset it is to remove the BIOS battery. You need to be somewhat technically proficient to do so, especially if it's the BIOS on a laptop you want to reset. Some machines have a BIOS reset button on the back of them to reset the BIOS after a failed overclock, but I've never seen such a function on a laptop. You may also try typing in "Toshiba" as your BIOS password if that's the make of your laptop as it's been use a backdoor BIOS password in the past.
You will have to clear the CMOS. This can be done by opening the laptop and locating the jumper "CMOS". There will be 3 pins. Two of them will be jumped together, switch the jumper to the other two pins and press the power button. Then return the pin back to the original two pins and close the laptop. Your done. Login to the bois without a password.
I think you are talking roadking 56, take the end of mike apart, you will need a 4 pin mike end,solder,steady hand,or small clip vise like I use,it takes just a little dab of solder for each wire,don,t over do it,trim each mike wire one eight inch back,slide the mike end on the cord,do not forget the plastic insulator,then solder the white (audio) to pin 1. then solder the shield and red together to pin 2,then solder the black (receive) wire to pin 3, then solder the blue (transmit) to pin 4. Then put it back together. ..hope this helps..
It does have a spring that you may have simply lost. It is called a Grinding Setting Pin #HGP120. If you do not replace the spring you will lose your grind setting each time. I can send you a replacement spring via USPS for $2.50 +$4.95 Postage
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I had the same problem, took the thing apart and checked voltages with a multi meter the battery voltage was 1.5 volts checked all connections nothing wrong put it back together" no go" held the reset button for over a minute, lovely green flashing light! hope it works for you
The receiver is going into protect mode. There is an internal fault of some sort. Usually a bad component or components in the power amp section. If your looking for "transmitters" instead of "transistors", I suggest you seek professional service.
Obviously mobo error, have you tried re setting bios from 'JBAT1' terminal, jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 then back on 1-2.
Start up again and set time and select the auto detect HDD in standard bios settings see if correctly identified.
save settings and restart pc