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I need a contact or for a carrier ac model #38en036320 but can't find the part#


You need to contact carrier customer service online or locally.

Aug 23, 2016 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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Carrier HVAC model 58sta090 filter size?


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Hp photosmart CD035A


This same error showed up on my client's HP Photosmart 7510. I could find any relevant help online. But, I did notice a suggestion to clean the contacts. When I removed the ink cartridge carrier, I noticed a large build-up of ink around the nozzles. Cleaning out the carrier did the trick. Follow the steps below if you need them:

Remove the carrier: Open the printer to access the ink cartridges. Slide out the ink cartridge carrier if it is parked. Remove all of the cartridges. Then flip the lever to the right of the carrier. Grasp the carrier using your thumb on one side and index/middle finger on the right, both near the top, and pull straight upward. Careful, yours may be more full of ink than my client's was.

Clean the carrier: Wash the carrier in a sink with warm/hot water at various angles until all noticeable ink is cleared away. Briefly wash water directly into the carrier's induction screens which contact the sponges of the ink cartridges. This may help a little to flush any ink from the nozzles which might have dried in them while the printer was inoperable.

Remove most of the water: Shake the carrier downward (only while upright) and tip the carrier forward and side ways. But, be careful since some ink will still be contained in the carrier's ink channels. Pay close attention to the induction screens. If you tip it too far or shake while inverted, ink may splash out through the screens or drain back onto the carrier. If this does occur, repeat the cleaning procedure.

Note: Do not attempt to drain all of the ink from the channels, whether through the induction screens or through the nozzles on the underside of the carrier.

Dry the carrier contacts: Lightly wipe the tiny metallic white squares on the backside of the carrier with a dry paper towel. Spot dry the surrounding area, including the nozzle arrays on the underside of the carrier - dab, don't wipe. You should get ink spots on the towel from the nozzles. This is to be expected and is a sign that the nozzles are not clogged (at least not completely).

Inspect the carrier transport: Examine the area with the metal prongs that were exposed when the carrier was removed. Dab dry any areas with ink if you find any, especially near the metal prongs. If you discover any ink on the prongs, use a wet, but drip-dried cloth or towel to continuously dab the prongs until they are clean. Then dab with a dry cloth or towel. Re-inspect and ensure any lint or other debris is removed from the prongs.

Reassemble and test: Return the carrier to the transport, flip the locking lever to the downward position, return the ink cartridges, and then test your printer.

I hope this helped and that all goes well. Please click "Yes" if this has helped you at all.

Jan 05, 2012 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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I had a airtel number but i changed the operator to vodafone by mnp but i cant receve a incoming call from air tel ?


If you can make an out going call, but not receive incoming calls, the problem is not with your phone, its with your new carrier. Make sure you can make an out going call..

Next, we have to make sure your getting the right cell number. Dial 1-800-444-4444 from your cellphone. You will get a digitized voice reciting the phone number actually installed on your phone.

If the number given DOES NOT MATCH ( unlikely ) call your new carrier, identify your account and name/address with them. Verify the number you WANT to have with them,then tell then the number they actually sent to your phone.

If the number given DOES MATCH ( more likely ) than your number has not been ported over to your new carrier. The ability to keep your same number when you switch carriers is called Local Number Portability, or LNP.

The Public Switched Telephone Network "points" any incoming calls, regardless of their source, to your chosen carrier. Once your carrier receives your incoming call, it is routed through their switching centers to your local central office, where the ring pulse ( and the call) are placed on your individual circuit, be it a land line, or VO-IP.

That all works until you change carriers. Your new carrier must request your old carrier to release, or " port over " that number from the old to the new carrier. This must be set up in advance.Your old carrier gives your new carrier a specific date and time they will no longer handle any more incoming calls.This is called your LNP date. This is done within a day or so of your order. The new carrier creates a new circuit for you, with your old number, before their LNP date. This allows them to test your new circuit. If you bought a new phone, you may have had your old and new phones both working, but, until your LNP date,only your old phone would ring when called.

Now, on your LNP date, your new carrier is supposed to get a " hand-off " from the old carrier. This tells the PSTN to begin " pointing " incoming calls to that new carrier. Now, it is supposed to be seamless, the new carrier is supposed to have everything ready by the LNP date and time, so the switch can be "thrown", then your new carrier gets all your incoming calls from that moment forward. If your new carrier didn't completely port over your LNP number, or if your old carrier didn't release it, you are left with the problem you have described.

The solution is to call your NEW carrier. Even if your line isn't working right, only your new carrier can make the necessary changes to your line. Your old carrier wont deal with you, your new carrier must check with them over any porting issues coming FROM your old carrier. In any event, the solution is the same,you must call your new carrier to resolve this.

Now, all this depends on your ability to make OUTGOING calls right now. If so, this proves your phone or equipment ( if VOIP) is NOT the source of the trouble. Especially after you verify that you are indeed receiving the correct 10 digit cellphone number. Remember, even though it's a cellphone, you have to be able to receive incoming calls from regular landlines. Which means you must be tied in to the PSTN ( Public Switched Telephone Network).

This is actually a fairly common problem. The solution is routine, when I was a conversion technician, I would solve problems like this about 3 or 4 times a week, out of 25 or so service calls in the same week.





Feb 01, 2011 | Cell Phones

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I have a Carrier model 38ycc048320. Does anyone


On Carrier.com. All units are listed there. You can call your local Carrier office and they can get that for you as well

Sep 28, 2009 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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Fisher Price Deluxe Perfect Support Carrier


There are many companies that make baby carriers now. Fisher Price may have discontinued it, but I don't see a recall for it. I saw some on E-bay http://search.ebay.ca/fisher-price_Baby-Carriers-Slings_W0QQfclZ3QQsacatZ146535

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