Home Depot plumbing isle, size #36 O-ring will work better than original clip. Simply stretch out the o-ring with a pair of needle nose pliars and roll it over the earpiece onto the neck band. It doesn't look like it will fit but trust me, it will once you stretch it out. The inner diameter of the o-ring is 3/16" i believe and will shrink back to its original size shortly after you put it on the earpiece.
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Did you re-install the clips on each end of the new filter? Mine came without clips, but instructed that I carefully remove the old ones and re-use them. I went to my full service fuel station and had them install the one that I bought. Took 10 minutes, cost $15 and no muss-no fuss-job done right. I DO know when I am incompetent or don't want to get too dirty. :)
I am guessing that the plastic bit is what holds the wire /rod in the hole of the lock lever It is a common connection piece in lock manufacture. If that is the case the piece that breaks is the bit that clips around the rod section(the clip fingers break off). Two fixes spring to mind is to use a piece of small wire (paper clip ) reposition the clip and tie to rod ( small zip tie may be easier) or 2 there are metal clips that do the same job( Mazda early models use these) but you could possible get them from a panel repair shop
A password is required for access to the BIOS and I do not know the password. I have had this problem for quite some time now but luckily I've managed to get access to the BIOS now. I used lots of different programs to crack the password but I failed in vain. I removed the little battery that sat on the motherboard but nothing happened, I ran Hirens bootcd 15.1 and it did not help either. Eventually I got hold of a new system BIOS for my LG X110 and then flashed my BIOS. No password is needed now :) Download LG Notebook (X110/XD110) System BIOS here -> http://download.notebook-driver.com/driver/LG/X110/BIOS_Setup_X110.zip and run the program. That should solve your problem, because it did for me :)
If you haven't already got one, these folks should be able to fix you up with what you need.
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this is a problem but i know how to fix this
the sansa clip wire is the same as a motorola phone wire
you can easily by one from a rogers store
i know this because i lost my wire and ended up using my dad's.
hope this helps :)
Go the lg's web site and download it from therehttp://www.lge.com/products/sidemenu/detail/u8120_PRD|SW_sw.jhtml there you go, just select country and region there and you'll be able to download the software.
Having just purchased a 2002 Ford Focus I found that the passenger side
headlight had gone. Stumbled accross this thread and thought "looks
like a pain".
Popped to Halfords and picked up a H1 bulb, went home and had a look under the bonnet.
Armed with just a screwdriver I managed to change the bulb
within 10 mins. Flicked the headlight cover off using the screwdriver
for a bit of leverage. Unpluged the headlight and flicked off the
retaining clip. Removed the bulb.
Fitting was even easier - Put bulb in place, clip the retaining clip in place, plug in and replace cover.
Job done within 10 minutes with no prior experience of Fords.
Hope it helps
IMPORTANT!!! The retaining clip does NOT just flick off. Tried
that and broke the plastic stop that holds the retainer clip and allows
it to apply tension to the bulb! The retainer wire is held in place on
the bottom by a screw and clip on the bottom and is locked into a
plastic clip on top. To remove the wire, push the wire down and towards
the passenger side of the car, it will dislodge and you can then lower
it to remove the bulb. Once the bulb has been changed, you want to
replace the wire the same way to protect the plastic clip. I don't know
what I will do about the plastic clip now, the retaining wire has no
tension and I'm afraid the bulb will not remain seated properly.
However, knowing what I know now, I agree with the above answer: Done
in 10 minutes without prior experience with Fords.
=== Just finished doing this. A small mirror and a flashlight
make this job simple. It's very easy to do once you can see the top of
small mirror and flashlight are essential, look at the way the
retaining wire seats before you unclip it. flat side of the bulb
houseing sits at the bottom of the access hole. retaining wire clips
bottom to top. I had a hard time with seating the new bulb and had to
figure out the retaining wire clipped from bottom to top because I
didn't look at it before I unclipped it. obviously fords designed this
for ease of manufacter with very little regard to the average layman
who would do the replacing.