Sorry posted this to the wrong location before. I have 5 Year old KP65WS500. The best way to describe the issue is that there is horizontal string art at the top third of the picture. There is a picture although the quality is poor. There are Red, Green and blue colors visable. Any ideas?
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Re: String Art 2
It is failure of convergence out ICs and subject part needs to be replaced, TV has 2 ICs and both will be replaced. If you are tech person or know TV repair, let me know to provide you more info or call local TV tech to fix it.
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One of the best was to keeping your guitar in tune, is to also string it correctly and use new strings . Make sure the first winding of a new string around the tuner post goes overthe exposed tip of the new string. The rest of the windings go under the exposed tip of the string. This will keep the string clamped firmly in place. Use 4-5 turns around the post for unwound strings, 2-3 for wound strings, in a downward spiral towards the bottom of the post as shown in the photo.-Tom, 30yr player.
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no year, no joy, sorry !!!!
so here is a generic answer....
1: alternator not reaching full speed. RPM. i use and optical tacho
or just set belt tension to spec.
2: fuses blown to alt, see engine bay fuse box.
3: wires fell off the alternator.
4: dash charge lamp burned out.
5: bad alternator.
6: some years the ECU regulates the Alternator.
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LINE REPLACEMENT (Fig. 8) (For Reel EasyTM
Use 2.4mm monofilament string. Use original
manufacturer's replacement string for best performance.
n Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire.
n Cut one piece of string approximately 7.6m in length.
n Rotate knob on string head until line on knob aligns
with arrows on top of string head.
n Insert one end of string into eyelet located on the
side of the string head and push until string comes
out through eyelet on the other side. Continue to
push string through the string head until the middle
section of the string is inside the string head and
string outside the string head is evenly divided on
n Rotate the knob counterclockwise on the string head
to wind the string. Wind the string until approximately
20cm remains protruding from the string head.
INSTALLING STRING IN PRO CUT II STRING
Use monofilament string between 2.4 mm and 2.7 mm
diameter. Use original manufacturer's replacement string
for best performance.
n Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire.
n Gather two of the pre-cut lengths of trimmer line provided
or cut two pieces of trimmer line, in 28 cm lengths.
n Insert the strings into the slots located on the sides of
the string head. String should be pushed in until
approximately 2 cm protrudes from the holes on the
top of the string head.
n Remove old string by pulling it from the holes located
on the top of the string head.
Well Im no psychic but I could guess that "it" could be anything from a radio to a spare tire? You need to be more informative when describing your issue if you want assistance. Words like it and them and the whatchmacallit are too vague. Post your question with some details like Make, Model ,Year, Motor size, auto,manual, what you are trying to repair or remove. Sorry "it" doesnt help.
tombonw, I noticed this problem last year also, did the same string replacement as you, but by seasons end the new strings I bought had the same problem with a few doing something different. Did you ever find a good solution or hear from anyone else?