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Vintage Norelco ladybug salon shaver nail manicure face
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to the logitech website and click on support.... look for webcams... they have pics of all the kinds of webcams they sell... click on the one that looks like yours.. the driver/software should be there.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
The battery is probably one with multiple cells and one (or more) of them has shorted preventing the total from reaching a voltage that appears as fully charged.
If the cells are Ni-Cads, this is a common problem with them and when a battery-operated item of mine fails, I replace those older types with NiMH cells if the battery compartment can accept them.
I have 'restored' countless NiCads over the years by 'zapping' them with a fairly high current for a second or two; voltage isn't important as long as it is in excess of 2-3 volts but the source should have a few amps capacity.
This type of cell grows 'whiskers' that will cause them to short completely or develop a path that causes them to self-discharge faster than normal.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
The CHECK (check engine) light can account for a hundred plus different failures on a modern vehicle. It is there to let you know of failures in the emissions or drivetrain systems of your car.
Essentially it can be as simple a bad gas cap or as complex as internal transmission part failures. You will need to take it to a repair shop or an auto parts store to have the diagnostic code scanned to get an idea of what is wrong. Most auto parts stores will do this for free.
The light can go out by itself if the problem goes away, but can take a very long time. Certain codes will take over 250 drive cycles without a problem detected before they clear.
If the light is lit solid, it is typically fine to drive until you can get it diagnosed. If the light is FLASHING, however, it indicates a misfire so great that severe engine damage may occur. If the light is FLASHING, turn the car off and have it towed to prevent damage.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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