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Re: display image has shifted, difficult to use
Ok, first you will have to unplug the power and usb cables to remove external power. Secondly, place your thumbnail in the groove located under the Garmin logo on the face plate and gently pull off the face plate. Next, press the reset button for three seconds. Finally, connect the c330 to a power source using the power cable. the c330 should automatically turn back on and operate normally.
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Solution : Replace the Imaging Unit
CAUTION: Do not use warm water or cleaning solvents to remove Toner (Dry Ink) from your skin or clothing. This will set the Toner and make it difficult to remove. If any Toner gets on your skin or clothing, use a brush to remove the Toner, blow it off, or wash it off with cold water and mild soap. Do not drop or shake the Imaging Unit after it has been removed from the printer as Toner spills can occur. Do not expose the Imaging Unit to any light source for more than five minutes. Prolonged exposure to light may damage the unit. Cover the Imaging Unit with a light shield (such as a sheet of paper). Do not touch the shiny blue Transfer Belt.
Power OFF the printer using the power switch located on the left side of the printer, toward the back. Press the power switch to the OFF (O) position.
Press the button on the top right side of the printer to open the Front Cover.
Locate the Imaging Unit, and then turn the four twist-locks to the left to unlock the unit.
Grasp the Imaging Unit by its peach-colored pull-tabs on the top edge. Pull the unit forward and up, and then out of the printer.
Place the used Imaging Unit in a bag and make sure the bag is properly sealed before discarding or recycling.
Remove the new Imaging Unit from the shipping container and the sealed package.
CAUTION: Do not remove the orange protective cover from the front of the unit until it has been installed in the printer. This will protect the Transfer Belt from being touched during installation.
Place the Imaging Unit on a flat surface. Hold the unit firmly with one hand and with the other hand grasp the end tab of one sealing tape and pull the tape straight out, horizontally. Repeat for the remaining tapes; there are eight tapes in total. Make sure none of the tapes have broken. Discard of the tapes as normal office waste.
NOTE: If any tape breaks off with the remainder inside the Imaging Unit, stop the installation and contact Support.
Grasp the new Imaging Unit by its peach-colored pull-tabs on the top edge and install the unit in the printer. Make sure to insert the unit into the guides in the printer, and then push the unit all the way back into the printer.
Turn the four twist-locks to the right, to lock the unit.
Pull the orange protective cover out and then down from the top, center of the Imaging Unit.
Close the Front Cover.
Power ON (') the printer. A 'Ready to Print' message will be displayed on the Display Screen.
From your description, it sounds like an alignment problem. There are 3 LCD panels in the projector. Each one displays an exact duplicate image of the others except it's either red, green, or blue. Under normal conditions, the images precisely overlay one another so you get a sharp image. Due to age, heat, or vibration/shock(impact) it would appear that the red LCD panel has shifted a little, giving the "ghosting" effect. You'll have to have the unit repaired by a qualified tech. He'll have the special electronic equipment needed to align the panels properly. Before sending the unit in, try a reset in the menu. Sometimes, the projectors can shift the image electronically, using math algorithms which will try to auto-sharpen the display. Hope I was able to help!---Rick
Rear View Camera Input: The VM9313 features a composite video input and a green/white wire lead attached to the harness for connection of a rear view camera. If a rear-view video camera is connected, the unit is on, and the TFT monitor is retracted inside the unit, the TFT monitor automatically moves into the viewing position and Camera modes is selected upon shifting into Reverse gear. When shifting into Drive gear, the TFT monitor is retracted back inside the unit. If the monitor is already in a viewing position and in display mode, the monitor automatically switches to Camera mode upon shifting into Reverse. When the reverse driving stops, the monitor returns to its original input display mode. You can choose for the monitor to display a Mirror mode image or a Normal mode image from the rear-view camera.
There's no single way to install Windows XP. As there is no CD / DVD drive, you have two main choices:
1. Purchase an external CD / DVD drive. Plug it into a USB port on the Aspire, and then access the BIOS, Make sure the CD drive is first, and insert your Windows XP disc. You should now be able to install it normally.
2. Use a bootable Flash drive. This method will be far more difficult, and requires a moderate amount of experience with computers. First you will need to install QEMU on another computer. Create a hard drive the same size or smaller than the one in the Acer. Install Windows XP to it using QEMU. Copy the hard drive image onto a USB Flash drive. Now install some version of Linux on it, such as Puppy Linux or Damn Small Linux. Howtos are available in the Related Links section below. Boot from the Flash drive, and access a command line. Find your hard drive in the /dev folder (probably sda or hda). Now issue the following command
dd if=image.img of=/dev/hda
This will make an exact copy of the hard drive image to the hard drive in the Acer. Waituntil the command is completely done. Now turn off the computer and unplug the flash drive. When you power it back on, it should boot into Windows.
turn off the camera. remove the battery. wait 10 seconds replace the battery making sure the power is off. then turn the power on.
that might reset the board. otherwise, you might have arced the power if the unit was on when the battery was removed. if so, you have a service issue you can't fix on your own. refer to qualified servicer. good luck mark
If you can work an the micro level of troubleshooting, have access to the the necessary instrumentation and tools, have the proper surface mount soldering station, test jigs, and also be able to have the access to the factory diagnostics software, and required replacement parts, then I would say you can troubleshoot and service this module.
The factory service centers replaces this module. They don't spend the time and cost to service it at the component level. I have serviced some types of projection screen systems. They are very complex, and are normally serviced at the modular level. After replacement of some types of modules, some factory adjustments are required to match the new module, or parts. In the end you will have to send the unit out for factory service.