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measure your arm from back of shoulder with elbow bent to the wrist bone, of both arms cause some times people are different. then measure the same spot in the pattern down the back of the sleeve you can fold the pattern to represent your arm bent, see what the difference is. if it is not a major amount you can turn it up in hem or cut it off after you get the item done.
if you need to shorten the pattern take a small fold on the lengthen or shorten line to take up the difference in your measure to the arms. depending how fitted it is around the chest/bust area this will factor into the final fit.
I don't know about actually shortening the ring time but if you're not insisting on retaining your ringtone then find one you like on Zedge, download it for free and then use a ringtone maker App to cut it down to whatever length you want. When you're happy just Bluetooth to your phone.
It sounds like the speaker cones(if that is what they have) get hung up against the back of the case. No vibration=no sound. Check to see that there is no hum adding to the pressure on the speakers. Check to see that the speakers are hooked to the correct impedence output of the amplifier. Also, wire length affects impedence and shortening the wires might help.
You cannot shorten it to 6 inches. The pipe must go up from the bottom exit up to nearly the height of the washer then down anywhere to drain pipe in wall or washbasin. But the drain hose must go first up and then down - important.
For the rolled hem: the needle is in the O2 or right position, the length is 1.5 in the rolled section- you will see this, if you look on the side of the bottom knob- you can decrease this to 1, but you have to stay within the rolled section, the width is 3.5. the stitch selector is on D, the upper looper selector is UP, the blade is engaged and the subsidiary looper is to the right. You can use a decorative thread in the upper looper- Madeira Decor, Superior Threads made for bobbin work, or YLI Pearl Crown Rayon- or use a wooly nylon for excellent coverage and not need to decrease stitch length. I usually don't need to change the length with these threads.
According to the printer manual http://www.citizen-systems.com/support/downloads/CD-S500UM5_101.pdf
the length of the receipt is set by your POS software only the width is set in the printer to make sure all the letters fit, or wrap to the next line if needed
There must be some settings in the software that allow headings or other text in what is now a blank space.
Instead of Blanks, there must be an 'off' selection for those items (logo motto operator name etc) and a length for a 'cutoff margin'
cant tell you
don't know the software used
try google for 'configure receipt printing in "software"'