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Using the fax machine of Panasonic KX FT981, how can i add a contact (including its number) into the phonebook ?


Panasonic KX FT981
I am unable to rcv fax message because memory full messsage is diplaying.
How to delete memory
Pls help

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My Lorex SV-01-RCV Wireless A/V instructions were lost in our move and I need help with the set up. Could you please help? I can not remember the correct connection.


You should have a 2-wire cable with Yellow, White and Red RCA plugs on each end.

The Yellow line is video out.
The White line is Left channel audio out.
The Red line is Right channel audio out.

Since your RCV only has two RCA jacks use the Yellow line for video and the White line for audio.

You should also have an "F-connector for co-axial cable.
If your TV set does NOT have audio and video jacks hook that to the co-ax antenna connector on the back of your TV set.
Set the RCV for either channel 3 or channel 4 and do the same with your TV set.

The RCV unit has four receive channels which must match up with the channel selected on the CAM or TX unit.

You can scan all four channels either by auto or manual.

If you only have one CAM or TX unit it probably doesn't matter which of the four you use unless you have a computer ROUTER which interferes with one of the four channels.

If so, select the 1, 2, 3, or 4 channel which has the least or no interference manually.

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Hams should be seen as well as heard.


Dec 30, 2009 | Home Security

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MDB9600 buttons function erratically and the display is not working Heavy wash button will not function at all.


DSX-1 interface. Pinouts for each of the RJ-48C jacks are RCV to the DSX-1 from the span on pins 1 and 2, .... DSX-1 Drop. RJ-48 C, terminal blocks. Power Supply Options ... HiGAINMINI SHELF. INPUT: WITH PS 100/120 VAC. 1.0A 50/60 Hz

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Hp laserjet 3380 - MS Vista - scanner error, copying is ok


clear glass, replace ribbon scanner cable if no result - replace scanner

Aug 24, 2009 | HP LaserJet 3380 All-In-One Printer

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Speaker to soft on samsung U700 Cellphone.Already on max.


found it from this link
First start with *#0002*28346#
1. You will see menu showing "Under construction".
Press #.
2. New screen apears.:
[1] Load Params
[2] Call Config
3. Press Call Config
4. New screen (in here are all the settings for call volume):
[1] RCV Rx Call Vol (that`s what we focus on)
[2] RCV Rx Drmf Vol[]
[3] RCV Codec Gain[]
[4] RCV NS-EC[]
[5] RCV Tx AGC[]
[6] RCV Rx AGC[]
[7] RCV Tx Filter[]
[8] RCV Rx Filter[]
5. Press 1 to get into RCV Rx Call Vol Settings.
6. Now starts the editting.
You should see something like this (values below are not default cause i already changed them):
0.[2] rx:0.0dB
1.[4] rx:10.0dB
2.[6] rx:25.0dB
3.[8] rx:50.0dB
4.[10] rx:100.0dB
5.[12] rx:200.0dB
6.[14] rx:255.0dB
Input Ex: 123-> 12.3dB

Last line explains almost everything.
Each line represents different volume levels. Let`s say you want to edit first line. Then you press 0. Screen on your phone should blink. Now you enter value for the level. Let`s say you want it to be 21.3dB. Type in 213 and press ok. Display should blink and you will see:
0.[2] rx:21.3dB
1.[4] rx:10.0dB
2.[6] rx:25.0dB
3.[8] rx:50.0dB
4.[10] rx:100.0dB
5.[12] rx:200.0dB
6.[14] rx:255.0dB
Input Ex: 123-> 12.3dB
That`s it. You just changed first line which means the lowest volume setting to 21.3dB. Keep playing with other settings. When you want to change second line just press 1. Then screen blinks again. Let`s say you want it to be 255dB. Type in 2550 and press OK. Screen blinks and you should see:
0.[2] rx:21.3dB
1.[4] rx:255.0dB
2.[6] rx:25.0dB
3.[8] rx:50.0dB
4.[10] rx:100.0dB
5.[12] rx:200.0dB
6.[14] rx:255.0dB
Input Ex: 123-> 12.3dB
7. Now let`s go to speakerphone.
Press # 4 times.
You should get to menu like this:
[1] Debug Screen
[2] Version/DMS Information
[3] RF Test
[4] UMTS rf nv
[5] Read gsm rf nv
[6] Write gsm rv nv
[7] Base Band
[8] Audio (that`s where we are going now)
[9] Common
8. Press 8.
You should see:

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Jun 10, 2009 | Samsung SGH-U700 Cellular Phone

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Lg500 cant snd or rcv pic msgs. (t-mobile ntwrk)


you maybe having a problem with your phone's firmware so you will need to try and have the phone reflash to correct this issue.

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I have a digital TV with an outside antenna and rotor.I rcv analog channels w/o any problem.I can rcv channel 19.1 on my TV and on my old TV with a converter box. I have gone to antennaweb.com to get the...


the frequency catcher of the antenna may be weaker then required.to receive the digital channels u can attach a network booster which will solve the problem.

Dec 04, 2008 | Televison & Video

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VAN AUTO HOOK UP KD-HDR1


This radio can not use a common ground. If your speakers are all grounded together you will blow up the amp IC in the radio. The negative speaker wires run at about 6 or 7 volts and so do the positive speaker wires.

Trust me, run new speaker wires, do not common ground any of these speakers

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