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What are the side effects of taking tim jan?


Timjan contains 16.5% alcohol Vol. So any side effects you have to alcohol would apply here. But as for the Aloe ferox in Timjan.
"Aloe Ferox has no side effects; only rare cases of allergies have been reported.
Aloe Ferox is non-toxic and has no undesirable side effects on the body. Aloe Ferox is not habit-forming.
Keep an eye on your condition when using medication. It may be necessary to adjust your medication as your condition normalizes, especially in the case of high blood pressure and high/low blood sugar."
The Detoxification possess could cause so discomfort.
"Symptoms of a chronic condition may temporarily worsen as part of the detoxifying process of the body. Other detoxifying symptoms that may occur are diarrhea, nausea, windiness, stomach cramps and headaches. Symptoms are of a passing nature. Give your body time to adjust. Diarrhea, as part of the detoxifying process, is only a problem if it lasts longer than a couple of days. Drink a lot of water and lower the dosage. "

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Makes a clicking sound and won't play sound


I guarantee it's a simple 99 cent capacitor. takes 5min to fix. It's labeled C125 on the circuit board.view this photo for reference....
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cvlnyj5cmkdr8yl/7tNh8CsSAj#lh:null-Mako.jpg
it's a simple 25V 47uf 85C capacitor. you can pick one up at your local Fry's electronics, or get one on ebay for about one dollar. I know of 4 people now that have fixed their razer mako with this single capacitor being the only problem. TRUST ME, it's not the control pod, nothing to do with it, but the control pod does initiate the power start up, and this capacitor is faulty and works...sort of until complete failure. yet no visual sign of failure with oozing or leaking. it's just bad, along with ALL the capacitors on this board are from fujicon... absolute *******! make it a project and replace all of them if you want these awesome speakers to last forever. I decided to upgrade it all and bought high end audio caps from ELNA, NICHICON, PANASONIC and FROYLT. Sourced ALL of them on ebay. I'm not very tech savvy, it's NOT difficult to repair one cap on your own. A soldering iron (40watt min) some rosin core solder (thinnest guage is best), and solder wick is all you need. OH, and patience. check this link for more info. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cvlnyj5cmkdr8yl/7tNh8CsSAj#lh:null-Mako.jpg
I will plan on uploading info about my whole re-capping project, listing all my parts, prices and time involved. Also will post photos of before and after. :D DOOOOO NOT THROW YOUR SPEAKERS AWAY! 99cents is your fix! DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON NEW SPEAKERS! Razer Mako's are amazing speakers, and with an upgrade of new caps, these bad boys are sure to be impressive!

Jan 27, 2013 | Razer Mako 2.1 Speakers

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Where can I get a new control pod from for razer mako 2.1. Or where can you get it fixed in the UK?


The solution is that there are two capacitors in the subwoofer amp that need replacing. A qualified electrical repair shop can do this easily for you. If they put it on the oscilloscope, you'll see that the issue is one of two caps :
Best solution is to replace both the capacitors. One capacitor is 47 uF/50V, and the other is capacitor is a 100 uF 35V.

Voltage (Voltage capacitors) must be of higher capacity, not lower. By putting in slightly bigger capacitors, it will more resilient to dirty power, which I believe is the reason why it went bad in the first place - put these on a proper power surge/filter to protect them.

May 14, 2011 | Razer Mako 2.1 Speakers

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My Razer Mako 2.0 speakers started emitting a ticking (popping?) sound about 2:00 am. My computer was off at the time. The sound is constant unless I turn off the control pad, turn off the sub woofer or...


I guarantee it\'s a simple 99 cent capacitor. takes 5min to fix. It\'s labeled C125 on the circuit board.view this photo for reference....
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cvlnyj5cmkdr8yl/7tNh8CsSAj#lh:null-Mako.jpg

it\'s a simple 25V 47uf 85C capacitor. you can pick one up at your local Fry\'s electronics, or get one on ebay for about one dollar. I know of 4 people now that have fixed their razer mako with this single capacitor being the only problem. TRUST ME, it\'s not the control pod, nothing to do with it, but the control pod does initiate the power start up, and this capacitor is faulty and works...sort of until complete failure. yet no visual sign of failure with oozing or leaking. it\'s just bad, along with ALL the capacitors on this board are from fujicon... absolute CRAPOLA! make it a project and replace all of them if you want these awesome speakers to last forever. I decided to upgrade it all and bought high end audio caps from ELNA, NICHICON, PANASONIC and FROYLT. Sourced ALL of them on ebay. I\'m not very tech savvy, it\'s NOT difficult to repair one cap on your own. A soldering iron (40watt min) some rosin core solder (thinnest guage is best), and solder wick is all you need. OH, and patience. check this link for more info. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cvlnyj5cmkdr8yl/7tNh8CsSAj#lh:null-Mako.jpg

I will plan on uploading info about my whole re-capping project, listing all my parts, prices and time involved. Also will post photos of before and after. :D DOOOOO NOT THROW YOUR SPEAKERS AWAY! 99cents is your fix! DON\'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON NEW SPEAKERS! Razer Mako\'s are amazing speakers, and with an upgrade of new caps, these bad boys are sure to be impressive!

Apr 02, 2011 | Razer Mako 2.1 Speakers

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Hi I bought Razer Mako speakers few days ago, and from the start i've got this problem... The speakers stop working (there's no sound) after few minutes (from 7 to 15) of playing, the same for different...


I had the same problem today. Don't know what caused it. But I turned off the Makos using the switch behind the subwoofer waited about a minute then turned them back on, problem solved.

Hope this helps you and others who encounter this problem.

Sep 07, 2010 | Razer Mako 2.1 Speakers

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Speakers feedback through my Barracuda Mic


if have a camera already connect on your pc try to unplug the mike of your camera or go to the audio device manager and change the settings.

Jul 06, 2009 | Razer Barracuda Gaming Headset

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Razer Barracuda sound problem (with temp. solution)


find new hardware wizard . microsoft uaa driver for high divinition audio

May 25, 2009 | Razer BARRACUDA AC-1GAMING SOUNDCARD 7.1...

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No sound in rear speakers


I figured this one out, although I might still send it back for an exchange. It turned out that the right rear speaker works just fine, however the jack seems to be flawed. When fully plugged in, the rear speaker input only picks up the left channel. If you pull it out just a little, say 1/8-1/4 the way out it will pick up both channels. Not a good solution but it works for the time being.

Jun 03, 2008 | Razer Barracuda HP-1 Consumer Headphones

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