I would like to have the messages cover more of the screen. Many messages have parts cut off on either the left or right side of the message. I have tried to use many screens such as view and zoom and it does not help. The help topics do not address this problem. Why is the screen for reading e-mail this way? It is not very user friendly. In some cases I have to go the website from the sender to read the entire message on a screen that is larger than the one I get when I open a message.
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If after signing in to Yahoo mail you get 'opening page about:blank' problem, this is not caused by a virus, trojan, or anything like that! Yahoo have been making changes to the appearance of their home page and also their e-mail. As a result, the screen resolution of 800 x 600 on many PCs will no-longer allow you to sign in. Try changing your screen resolution to 1024 x 768
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Hello. The part numbers are as follows:
42 THERMISTOR 8577274
47 & 48 THERMAL CUT-OFF W/ THERMISTOR-HC STAT 280148(one part number for both thermals in a kit)
51 THERMAL FUSE 3390719
TIP--use a magnetic screwdriver that will take nut-driver bits
You will have to raise the top cover, then, on the right side corner, disconnect the door switch connector. Next, using a headlamp, look inside the unit, back towards the front near the upper left and right corners about 4 inches down on either side. Notice there is a screw on each side. Remove these 2 screws and that will release the front cover. Arc the top of it towards you and lift it off the metal positioning tabs at the bottom and set it aside. Remove the lint screen now. Remove the 3-4 screws that hold the lint duct assembly(metal blower cover) in place. CAREFULLY pull the cover away from the lint screen holder(be *darn* careful that you don't damage the wires connected to the moisture sensor bars on the upper right side of the lint screen holder). Now, carefully look for the thermal fuse attached to the blower housing. It will be the one towards the front, slightly to the left of the exhaust thermistor. It will have a pair of light blue wires attached to it. Note P9-1 BU(blue), thermal fuse, BU(blue). Replace the fuse and reassembly is the reverse--caution--don't forget to re-connect the door switch connector at the right corner--cause "It ain't gonna do a thing" (even if you pray for it to work! LOL)
Open Mail, on the left side of the menu bar click "Mail" then "Preferences" On that pop up screen, click on "Accounts"
On the bottom left side of the screen click the +
You can then check Google and put in your Gmail account information.
I disagree. The procedure is so easy no Service Manual is needed
1) Remove ALL power. Remove the AC adapter, and Battery.
2) Open the laptop.
The plastic frame in front of the LCD screen is the Display Bezel. (Gateway? Believe they call it the LCD Panel Bezel)
Down in the BOTTOM corners, next to the Hinges, are screws to be removed. One in each bottom corner.
There are Screw Covers over these screws. The Screw Covers need to be removed. Little round covers I believe to be made of plastic. (Some models they are made of synthetic rubber)
I use a computer pick to Gently remove them. Some use the tip of an X-Acto knife. I do not recommend this as there is a possibility of injury. Perhaps a large darning needle. (Needle you sew with, but is Large in size)
Pick up at one edge of Screw Cover. Screw Covers are held on by a type of rubber cement. I LIGHTLY stick them to the Display Bezel for safekeeping.
(Yes. They like to stick to the tool, your fingers, and it seems passing jets in the sky. If you are careful with them, you should be able to reuse them. If they do not stick anymore, use a toothpick, and apply a TINY dab of rubber cement to them/it )
Once the Screw Covers are removed use a No.1 Philips screwdriver, or equivalent Jewelers screwdriver; to remove the 2 screws.
The Display Bezel has TABS going around the exterior perimeter, of it's inside edges. These Tabs snap into matching LATCHES on the Display Cover.
You can come from the Outside edge, where the Display Bezel meets the Display Cover, and use a thick guitar pick.
The guitar pick is wedged into the parting line, of where the Display Bezel meets the Display Cover.
Once a 'crack' is formed in-between the two, then the fingertips are used to gently start popping the bezel from the cover.
You slowly go along with your fingertips, and work along the top, then sides. By the time you have both sides almost loose, the Display Bezel usually pops off.
I like the flex method. Come to the inside edge of the Display Bezel. Where it meets the LCD screen. I suggest start on the Right side/Middle.
Use a fingertip, and lift up the inside edge of the Display Bezel up a little. Can't lift up at that spot? Move over. You are at a Tab/Latch.
With this spot lifted up a little, use the fingertip of the other hand, and slide under next to it. Now use your fingertips as wedges, and pop the Display Bezel loose a little at a time.
I start at the Right side/Middle as stated. Left hand fingertips go DOWN the right side, Right hand fingertips go UP the right side. Then I go across the Top, and down the Left side.
MOST of the time, as stated; the Display Bezel usually pops off when right side, and left side are most of the way popped loose. NOT always though!
Sometimes you have to pop EACH and EVERY Tab/Latch loose.
Also; watch around the Hinge area/s. Display Bezel can get hung up around them. Go slow, and gently work the Display Bezel off, around the Hinge areas.
Display Bezel popped off, sit back; relax. You just did the hard part. Wasn't so tough, huh?
This is what the Display Bezel looks like removed,
(They Must Be Set Up Every Time You Email Some One)
Set Up The Tool Bar
Settings For The All New Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click rich text beside the subject line ( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do ) spell check which is abc is above From above the message for fonts use the first drop down box above your message to choose one for text size use the second drop down box
Settings For Classic Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click options on the right top side of the mail page then general preferences scroll down to composing e-mails section check the box - compose messages as color and graphics
( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do )
Text Size Adjustments For Any Webpage
go to top of this page in the grey area click view then text size adjust size
Font Size And Screen Width For Your Yahoo Message"s
Steps For The All New Mail
click options on top right side of mail page then mail options then contact options click mail on the left side then general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
Steps For Classic Mail
click options on top right side of mail page general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
Try to reset the Reading Pane. On the Yahoo Mail header (next to 'Delete', 'Reply', 'Forward', etc.) Click the arrow next to 'View' and fiddle with the settings in there - I think it is "Preview Pane" or "Reading Pane".
Switch the view of the yahoo mail.
First, take a look in the extreme top-left corner of your screen. The "Yahoo! Mail" icon is present. Glance to the right about one inch, and you will see your username. Below that are three links to click on: sign out, my account, mail classic. Click on the third link, mail classic, and it should take you back to yahoo's classic mail.
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well in aol, look on the email after it comes up, you will see if i remember a word "full view" that opens the mail in a window size pane but most of all it will keep that setting for your full session in aol mail. if your on there browser and mail is visable in quick view on top right,slide cursor over the icon (mail) then bottom left of that quick view screen click view all my mail. when it opens look for the full view setting you should be good to go