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I pluged in the adapter but cant get the rock driller to work. I've tried everything, & nothing! Any solutions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TOO much magnification! Hate to tell you but the MAXIMUM magnification for any telescope (all things being perfect-- like optics, and sky conditions) is 50 times aperture. So max for you is about 125 power.
Normally only about 30-40 times aperture is possible. So about 90 power is your normal max magnification.
We see this every Christmas. People buy scopes that say 275 power or 500 power on the outside of the box. It's a LIE!
Even in my 8 inch LX90 I rarely go above 200 power, and only when the sky is clear and very stable. Use the eyepiece with the largest number written on it which will be your lowest magnification.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
SOURCE: Simpletech 160GB has a constant
Last hope attempt: dismantle the casing and extract the actual disk from inside it; put it in a desktop and see if it's recognized there. If even that fails then the disk is dead, time for a new one.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
Please do be frustated.
Your lovely Bose has problem with its mechanism that cause load / unload totally out of order. If you hear some noise while you turn on the bose or when you hit some buttons, it is telling us the motor still work. Now we need to check the broken gears ( or other mechanism linkage).
If you able assemble this Bose, go ahead to find and fix it mehanism ( you may need some parts replacement.
Note : Be carefully with its laser lens while power on ( avoid direct contact to your eyes).
Posted on Sep 27, 2011
So instead of forking up the $50 for a new globe/motor, I took the current one apart to see if there were any visible problems with the motor. Two things to look for are: the power connectors (red and black, come from the battery), this shouldn't be the issue since you can still hear the motor engage. Now the motor has two connectors too, one bluish and one mustard yellow. These two run to the same connector plug on the motherboard. All I did was make sure that the connection was tight, which it wasn't. With so much constant motion, I think it's pretty natural that some connections would come loose. It's worth a shot to try this anyway, since the other solution is to just buy the replacement part.
I had the same issue: motor slow to roll over, then would only click, then stopped completely. All of this started degrading over the course of maybe two weeks.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
check your connections at the seat for a signal then go into your relays-fuses breakers ect.
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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