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Range Finder dose not register distance.. just line's appear 2 dashes across top then 3 dashes along right side

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A land developer wants to find the distance across a small lake in the middle of his proposed development. The bearing from A to B is N14^0W . The developer leaves point A and travels 53 yards...


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You'll probably have finished your homework by now if you worked on it instead of typing it in to FixYa. Besides, how much do you trust me?

Sep 25, 2013 | Optics

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I have a 9-volt Strait-Line Stud Finder with 3 red LEDs and 1 green LED at the top end to mark the Stud Edge. I would appreciate it if I could receive step-by-step instructions on how to use the stud...


I suspect there are several models but I have one model. 1) Turn on the unit (if the green light is blinking replace the battery). 2) Calibrate the unit by holding it flat against the wall for 5 seconds until the red light goes off and the beep stops. Make sure you do not move the unit during the calibration or position the unit over a stud (try a spot 6-12" away from the corner of the wall - most studs are on 16" or 24" centers and the wood/metal stud is 1 1/2" thick). If the unit keeps beeping or the red light doesn't go off during the calibration, move the unit sideways 5-8" in case you are above a water pipe or other reason for "too deep a surface" for the unit.

3) Do not lift the unit off the wall or you will need to recalibrate it. Slide the unit across the wall. When the upper red light comes on and the beeping starts, that marks one edge of the object in the wall (stud). Continue until the red light goes off and the beeping stops. Mark the other edge of the stud by moving the stud finder in the opposite direction and marking when the red light comes on and the beeping starts. The center of the two marks is the center of the stud for securing anything to the wall.

If the beep persists over a 6" range, I'd check if you have any old cast-iron pipes or a door/window that was relocated in that wall. Repeating the test in a few places vertically along that spot of the wall will tell you there is a consistent large object in that location. Neither a filled in window or door will run the entire length of the wall but you could be finding the headers (the vertical framing of the opening would probably be ~4-6" wide (double or triple stud depening on the needs of the house design)).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(on another stud-finder that I borrow, you press the buttons on the right and left side to turn it on. Calibrate by holding it to the wall for a short while and then slide it across the wall. Note when the top red led lights and the beep starts. Repeat in reverse to find the other side of the stud.)

Sep 17, 2010 | Garden

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Dose it work good like i live in a prtty good nabor hood dose it get good distance will it conect withe other bigger cb radios


Typically, this type of handheld has a useful range of approximately 1-2 miles. This distance will be increased with other radios being mobiles and base stations. Distances of 5 miles is possible if the other person has a good base station antenna. I would not expect much from the stock rubber ducky antenna.

JTRadiojunkie

Aug 30, 2010 | Maxon HCB-10C CB Radio

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How do you use the range finder on your


You have to sight it in and then insert the ring for the specific ammunition and distance you are using. From then point on, you can dial in the distance and the cross hairs will be right on.
It isn't an actual range finder, it's a bullet drop compensator.

Mar 06, 2010 | NcStar Illuminated A.O. Rifle Scopes -...

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Instrument cluster dose not work with out pulling fuse many times to get the cluster rest


Try rotating your key when its off untill everything in the car turn off, but don't actually start it. The point right before it starts. This does the same thing as pulling the fuse basically as it robs the power to it to start the car. You need to replace the cluster as this also happened in my 2005 Chevy Cavalier.

To replace you have to remove the dash entirely. Here is how.

The entire dash is held on with about 10-15 screws.
Open both doors and pop off the platic covers normally hiden when the doors are closed. Remove the screws from both sides here.
Then open the glove box. There are 2 screws that hold on a metal bracket, remove them.
On the top-middle of the dash there is a vent to defrost your windshield.One screw holds it on, remove it (phillips I believe).Then remove the screws under the vent so that the dash can be completly removed.
The top part of the dash a 5" strip closest the to windshield will have to be removed frist. By simply pulling it up from the sides.
The entire dash can then be removed fairly easy by pulling it apart from the housing for the odometer and across the entire dash.
The housing that is around your odometer can then be removed by simply removing a few screws across the top and under the radio. You will have to disconnect the wireing harness for the light adjuster left of the blinker on the dash. to remove this part. (I had a little trouble getting this out so I had to take apart the plastic housing for the ignition. 3 bolts slightly bigger then the ones on the dash under neath.)

The instrument cluster if held on by a few bolts/screws and wireing harnesses. Not hard to change once you get to it.

Dec 27, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Check engine light comes on only sometimes and it on off again is there a code now or dose it have to stay on


No you should be able to pull it. You only need a paper clip to pull it of that
Finder the connector in this picture under the driver side of the dash. With the key in the on position but the engine NOT running put the paper clip in the A and B slot (top 2).
Now the code will blink through the engine light. The first code will be 13. 1 flash STOP and 3 flashs then STOP. It will do that 3 times. After nujmber 13 that will be the problem code.
Come back and post and I will help more.

http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/62217_GM_DLC95_Older_17.jpg

Mar 29, 2009 | 1993 Chevrolet K1500

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Horizontal lines across the top 3 inches of picture


Hi

what line started? from Left to right? or from top to bottom?

Thanks!

Nov 28, 2008 | Philips 32PT6441/37 32" TV

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LCD Problems


Probably a canon repair situation

Apr 12, 2008 | Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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Range finder does not register distance 99.9% of the time


I had the same problem, rangefinder would work only sometimes and only at short distances. Called customer support and was ready to send it in. Tech guy told me to turn off "First Target" ( or "last target") and turn on"LOS" (line of sight). Range finder now works perfectly at all distances. Apparently the first target feature doesnt work properly.

Dec 26, 2006 | Leupold RX-II Rangefinder

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