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My Roberts MP43 Dab radio has developed a fault with its power, Display flashes & stopped working


Had same problem with a MP53 which is not a lot different.
Internal power supply had burned up due to tracking across printed circuit tracks. Tracking was caused by the horrible goo plastered around parts of the board. This goo becomes conductive with age (I wish they would not use this rubbish).
Cleaned all the goo from the board and repaired the burned tracks.
Make sure you remove all the blackened bits.
Hey presto, didn't need to replace any components.
Remove the back and the power supply comes away with it. It is well wrapped up underneath a copper plated shield so takes some effort to get in there.
A well worth repair as this unit comes in at £280.
Have fun.

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I did not receeive a setup poster with my barn d new Acer Aspire 5552 laptop. pleae send it to me at lindaorti@yahoo.com. and how do I open th elaptop>


For the 4520, the Generic User Guide is here: http://goo.gl/grWwc and the User Manual is here: http://goo.gl/rWBMi.
For the 5552, the Generic User Guide is here: http://goo.gl/BMgIN, the Quick Start Guide is here: http://goo.gl/CKOd3, and the Shipping Document is here: http://goo.gl/D6JTT.
Neither of those models reference a setup poster. And I'm not sure which model you need since you reference 2 different models.
If that's not what you're looking for, you can start here: http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/drivers and click through the different options (notebook vs. netbook) to get to your model and get the documents. you need.
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May 30, 2011 | Acer Aspire 4520-5582 Notebook

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Dirty iron


Hi,
Goo Gone...

http://www.drugstore.com/products/prod.asp?pid=81908&aid=336064&aparam=goo%20gone&scinit1=goo%20gone

I have used this to clean sparay foam off of floors and many other things...you may have to soak a paper towel with it and then lay it on and let it soften the stuff up...but give it time an it will work on anything...

heatman101

May 06, 2010 | Rowenta DX6700 Iron

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How do I clean the rollers on Phaser 3500


The best cleaner for roller that I use is called Goo Gone from home depo. You can use alchol or finger nail paint remover but it won't clean as well as Goo Gone. Here is a website you can get it for cheaper.
http://www.overstockdrugstore.com/products/Magic-American-Goo-Gone-Cleaner%2C-Citrus-Power%2C-8-oz.html?prodid=8188&utm_source=GAN&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=google_affiliate

Dec 04, 2009 | Xerox Phaser 3500/DN Laser Printer

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Brown goo coming from exhaust pipe on a ford


I would think that the brown goo is most likely to be caused byworn piston rings or valve seals which are allowing unburnt oil to be expelled into the exhaust system. The other thought is that it may be a coolant leak such as a head gasket problem which is allowing steam or water into the engine and then exhaust.

Nov 05, 2009 | 2004 Ford Escape

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How to remove OEM accessories


well go to wal-mart get some goo gone very carefully with a razor get under the adhesive apply goo gone as it lets go work slowly with razor being careful of the paint continue until removed the use goo gone to remove remaining adhesive use a little polishing compound then apply wax

Feb 10, 2009 | 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

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Need to clean the platen


IF you can't get the platen roller out, then what you can do is get a cleaner called " GOO GONE". Take a rag or paper towel, and pour some of the goo gone on the rag where the labels are located. IMPORTANT PART: You want enough Goo Gone on the rag so you can saturate the label. I have even CAREFULLY poured some Goo Gone right from the container onto the label.
Just don't go crazy with the Goo Gone.... You do not want to pour sooooo much onto the platen roller where it drips down it the frame of the machine and possibly onto the main board.
REMEMBER.... Just enough to saturate the label.

After the label is saturated.... WAIT AT LEAST 3 minutes. I usually wait closer to 5 minutes, and then you will notice that the label can be easily pulled away from the platen.
After all of the labels are removed, go over the entire platen with the Rag with Goo gone, and then go over it again with a clean dry rag.

I hope this works for you as well as it has worked for my customers.
Good luck.
Mac =)

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