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The burner assemblies on all old oil lamps unscrew from the tank assembly and can be lifted out. The OIL is usually old kerosene, or diesel fuel. The burner assembly is not usually designed to be taken apart but the wick can be replaced if it's no longer long enough to reach the bottom of the tank, and their available all over the internet.
If the burner assembly seems to be seized to the tank you might want to put some GUNK on the seam and let it soak in overnight.
There is nothing particularly hazardous about the old oil but it is messy and you probably will want to remove all of it from the lamp and if you intend to use it, replace it with kerosene or lamp oil that can be bought at many hardware stores.
nitevision is in monochrome.. but if the irs dont work in that camera need to either get an ir light for that unit or replace that specific camera..the ir board is burnt out..or disconnected..I have several systems in use at different locations and I do installs for residential locations..I get some of my units off ebay..
The camera is warning you that the shutter speed may be too slow for you to handhold the camera steady enough to prevent camera motion from blurring your photo. For full details refer to the "Warning Messages and Displays" section of the manual (page 113 in my copy). If you need a manual you may download a copy here.
This could be a pixel problem look threw your owners manual and in PC settings to find where to do an alignment recalibration if the option is not available unplug the printer form PC uninstall the printer reboot the PC. When windows is back up reinstall it like it is new then you should have the option come up on screen or it will do it manually. Sometimes the drivers get scrambled and fragmented just like our hard drives. If this does not solve it damage to the inner circuit board has happened. Remember to rate my solution and give testimonial this is how i earn my achievements here on FixYa Thanks in advance
You may just have the left auto focus points selected. You don't say which camera model you have. If on the back of your camera you can see a button with an icon showing 5 small white blocks in a plus sign in a white box press this to select the auto focus points. It should show the available auto focus points and then use the left/right (wheel) button to change the selection
There is no T4 Pentax K mount. The K mount did not exist until 1975-76. The T4 lenses pre-dated the K mount. The TX lenses were introduced starting in 1975 and the series included a K-mount. However, there is no Ka mount as the TX series pre-dated the Ka cameras. A TX mount will fit on a T4 lens, however, you will lose one stop and automatic function, which is why the TX was introduced.
The green mark is the index for the aperture setting at 24mm, the yellow mark is the index at 50mm. These really only matter if you are setting the exposure manually and using an external meter. The green mark is the primary mark -- as you turn the ring you will notice that it lines up with a number at every clickstop, while the yellow one is a bit off.
The pull down lever you ask about is the aperture lock. Autofocus film cameras and all digital cameras expect the lens to be set at smallest aperture (highest number). They will give an FEE error if it is not set correctly. When you turn the aperture ring to smallest aperture you will be able to slide the white dot into position next to the orange mark, and that will lock the aperture ring so that it is not accidentally tgurned while using or changing the lens.
You mentioned that you were editing it out which means that it is the video recording issue. When video recording has light or sligh pixilation on the side, the head may need cleaning or tracking system may need adjustment. Initially, try to clean the head with a tape head cleaner, run it for about 10 sec but not more. It this resolve, it was simple head clogging. Otherwise, camcorder needs adjustment by technician. Good luck, James. For further assistance, go to www.camerarepairjapan.com