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I need a battery cartridge for a together tunes cube that plays old mcdonald, pop goes the weasel, itsy bits spider, wheels on the bus. It's my granddaughters favorite toy and somehow the cartridge is missing

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Then there is a bacteria that can cause this too.
If it is not getting better consider a clinic. If it gets worse go right away. If I knew what area you live in I may have had more info.
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A 929 Service Toner Sensor error indicates a problem with the toner sensor, the front harness cable, or the developer drive. It could also mean that the toner cartridge is defective.

The most likely cause of this error is the toner cartridge itself. This is especially true if it is a new cartridge and the error started after you installed it.
To solve it try this:

Take the cartridge out of the printer and locate the encoder wheel on the right-hand side of the cartridge. The encoder wheel can be found on the right side of the cartridge (usually over a bar code sticker). It is a thin, black, plastic wheel with small rectangular notches cut into it. This wheel will sometimes get stuck, but you can free it by turning it by hand.
Try moving the wheel forwards and backwards a little. If it does not turn correctly, you will receive a 929 Toner Sensor error on the printer when you try to use the cartridge it is attached to
Note: The encoder wheel moves only a little bit each way. It should not make a complete revolution. If it does, the wheel is probably broken.
Try to move it a little bit each way a couple of times to see if you can free it up. Caution! DO NOT force the wheel as you could break it.
If the wheel on the toner cartridge is stuck, try another new toner cartridge. ( If you do not have another new toner cartridge available, an old toner cartridge or another cartridge from a working printer of the same model will also suffice for this test.)
Power the printer off and install the second toner cartridge. Then power the printer back on. If another toner cartridge clears up the 929 error, the printer is fine and the problem is with the toner cartridge.
If the error does not clear, there may be a problem with the printer.
If you narrow down the problem to the toner cartridge, call the point of purchase and explain the situation to them. They may have a replacement policy.
If you receive this error with a second toner cartridge, you may want to check if the Front Harness Cable is plugged into the Toner Sensor then Do the following:

Turn off the printer and remove the toner cartridge.
Look inside the printer at the place where the cartridge goes (on the right). You should see the Toner Sensor. On the back of the sensor assembly, you should be able to see a white cable connector.
Push this white cable connector into the toner sensor assembly by pushing the connector towards the front of the printer.
If you continue to receive the 929 error the final option is your printer will probably need service.


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A bit of mathematics and you'll have it done in no time.
Ok lay out the poles and sort into longs and shorts.
Sort the connectors into 2 pole connectors (straights) and 3 pole connectors (three way)
Now check the angles on the three way connectors, sort them into groups. some should be slightly angled, these are the roof connectors and the others ones are 90 degrees and or more squarish these are the floor corner connectors. There should be 4 floor corner connectors and There will be two connectors that fit onto the end of roof front and back of the tent.
Sort out your poles and work out how many you need for each dimention. Basically your tent is a cube with a triangular prism on the top so you will need enough poles of even length to make the base and top bit of the cube and then even lengths of poles to make the upright sides of your cube. There should also be 4 four way connectors for attaching the roof. the top of you cube is the base of the triangluar prism.
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Microsoft Wireless Optical mouse 2.0 Sticky central wheel


I just took mine apart to fix same problem, works much better but not sure for how long.

Quite simple to dismantle the unit.

Take the battery cover off, remove batteries.
There is a small screw in the middle of the battery cavity, you will need a very small Phillips head screwdriver.
Gently ease the base (holding circuit board) from the top shell
The wheel unit can be gently eased out of its cradle, use the small screwdriver to pop it out, watch out for the small spring between base and wheel unit, don't lose it
You can disconnect the wheel unit from the circuit board by unhooking the small plug connector

Now defluff, then clean the wheel - I used a tiny amount of turps on a cloth, anything similar should work. If you look closely the reason the wheel won't roll smoothly is that the gel ring on the wheel is too close and rubs at the front and back of the cradle. Once grime builds up, this problem makes the wheel unusable. Roll the wheel back and forth along a clean surface once cleaned, should start rolling freely again.

I also unscrewed the top shell from the mouse buttons (all one piece, pinch the plastic pegs in the centre of the shell together to release) and cleaned the whole unit up before putting it back together

Don't forget the spring when putting the wheel unit back. When screwing the base to the top shell make sure there is no play between the two parts before you put the batteries back in, mine was a bit tricky to get tight again but worked fine second attempt

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I agree. The monitor probably blew a capacitor.
Time for a nice new LCD monitor.

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