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The aroow head keeps moving

After the system is done calibrating the arrow head shows where i am but it starts moving backwards, and in a few minutes it is far away. why is this doing hat and what can i do to fix it

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Check your reverse wire siginal. Make sure you have the correct polarity selected.

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How do I set the Chimes on the Ergo Westminster Clock


The controls on the back of the Ergo brand Wall Chime Clock are different than that of the Seiko. I'm not sure who makes the movement - probably Chinese or Asian. Anyway, always take the pendulum off the hook before moving the clock about as it can damage the mechanism. On the back, there is a dial for adjusting the time setting of the clock hands, which is awkward to use, but does work, easiest to leave it alone and use the minute hand, NEVER the hour hand. There is a dial for volume. There is a switch for type of chime - Westminster or Wittington. There is the night-time shut off or volume reduction. Some models have a switch for chiming every quarter hour. My advice is make sure you have fresh batteries, and set the switches on the back for the settings you want. Hang the clock, grasp the pendulum arm and re-hang the pendulum, making sure it's hooked in properly. Now, whatever the hands say the time is, ignore it for now, and gently move the minute hand backwards, slowly, to about 5 minutes before the top of the hour, then forwards to a couple of minutes past the top of the hour. This will cause the chimes to start. Let the melody play, then listen for how many "clangs" you get. That will tell you what the clock thinks the time is. For example, if it "dongs" 5 times, and you've set it to run silent at night, the clock thinks it's 5 p.m. If it's actually only 3:15 p.m., then gently run the minute hand backwards til the hands indicate about 10 minutes behind the correct time (it'll take you several minutes to complete the process) then gently move the minute hand back to about 5 minutes before the top of the hour, then forward to a few minutes past, and the chime will start to play the melody. If you let it, it will play out the full melody, then it will "clang" one more time than your previous test. Each time you move the minute hand back to 5 minutes before the hour, it advances the chimes by one hour. Here's a tip - you don't have to let the melody and "clangs" play fully, each time, once you know how it works. If you have it set to run silent at night (pre-programmed to silence after 10 p.m. to 6 p.m.), keep moving the minute hand back to 5 minutes before the hour, keeping track of how many times you've done it until you reach 10 p.m., or not, until you get to the point where you move the minute hand back and there's silence. At that point, the auto-silence mechanism is active, and the clock thinks it 11 p.m. So, from that point, keep repeating the process of gently moving the minute hand back and forth, from about 5 minutes to the hour, to a few minutes past, keeping track of how many times you've done it. After 8 sequences, you hear it start to chime again, at 6 a.m. So, at that point, go through the back-up and advancing of the minute hand sequence 9 more times, and on the 9th time, let the melody play, and let in "clang" to determine that you're indeed at 3 p.m., which you should be. Then simply gently advance the minute hand to the correct time, 3:10, 3:12, whatever, and you're done. You'll know for certain soon enough.

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Colour Laserjet 2600n has problem shown in its manual as "Vertical streaks or bands appear on the page" and the remedy is "Replace any low print cartridges". A printout of Supplies...


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Try removing each of the cartridges and vigorously shake. It is possible that the powder inside has formed into blocks, partially solidified, gummed together. This is specially true if the ambient temperature is usually cold and the printer is seldom used.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

May 31, 2008 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Can't get the Zebra S4m printer to align? How should I trouble shoot this? Sonya


I am assuming you mean misalignment of lable top or start of print moving on label.

check sensor for lable debris.

if OK then perform media calibration:

Enter menu and scroll to ADVANCED

press enter and use password 9999

scroll to MEDIA and RIBBON CALIBRATE

Remove a few labels and remove ribbon

Press right arrow to continue display CALIBRATING PLEASE WAIT.

When complete reload ribbon and labels press right arrow printer will feed approx 39"

printer should now print OK.

Aug 08, 2011 | Zebra S4M Thermal Label Printer

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My HP CM1312nfi laserjet has started to print a shadow behind all color text and images. The same day this started, the printer kept going into cooling mode as I attempted to finish a print job. I moved...


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According to your problem first clean the toner cartridge by dry cotton carefully. May be the toner is almost finished or get damp few toner of the cartridge. Refill the toner cartridge. Then install the cartridge properly and reboot it. It will solve your problem.

Jul 25, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The Black prints faint on the left side of the page for our HP2605dn printer.


Faded prints are possible due to following reasons.

1. Fogged red mirrors inside the Laser box
2. Alignment of the Laser Box
3. Calibration Problem
4. Cleaning Problem

I will guide you with simple steps first, if this dosen't work working with laser box is little tough & time consuming, hence will describe later.

To Calibrate the colors, Press the 'Green Button' in the front panel, use the arrow keys to navigate through menu.

Select 'System Setting' by pressing the green button again, navigate using the arrow keys and select the 'Calibrate Color', select green button to select and confirm to 'Calibrate Now'. This will take few minutes.

In addition to that, to clean the paper path, select the green button and use the arrow keys and navigate thru' menu and select 'Service'. select using the green button and navigate through menu and select cleaning option. This will take few minutes.

Try printing some documents and check whether you have fixed. If you have not got the original print quality, Let know to guide you more technically.

Jun 08, 2010 | HP LaserJet 2605DTN Color Printer

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LaserJet 2605dn Printer: HP Color Laser Jet 2605 printer far left side blac...


Faded prints are possible due to following reasons.

1. Fogged red mirrors inside the Laser box
2. Alignment of the Laser Box
3. Calibration Problem
4. Cleaning Problem

I will guide you with simple steps first, if this dosen't work working with laser box is little tough & time consuming, hence will describe later.

To Calibrate the colors, Press the 'Green Button' in the front panel, use the arrow keys to navigate through menu.

Select 'System Setting' by pressing the green button again, navigate using the arrow keys and select the 'Calibrate Color', select green button to select and confirm to 'Calibrate Now'. This will take few minutes.

In addition to that, to clean the paper path, select the green button and use the arrow keys and navigate thru' menu and select 'Service'. select using the green button and navigate through menu and select cleaning option. This will take few minutes.

Try printing some documents and check whether you have fixed. If you have not got the original print quality, Let know to guide you more technically.

May 17, 2010 | HP LaserJet 2605dn Printer

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Are you able to move or change extensions?


First, move the telephone sets back to where they were.
Next, we'll have to change the system programming.
Programming2.gif is done on 7310, 7324 and 7316 type sets.
Enter programming2.gif by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344.
The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming2.gif.
At the terminals&sets prompt, press the next key 7 times(bottom right arrow).
The display should say system programming.
Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should say hunt groups
Press the next key 2 times(bottom right arrow) .
The display should say Featr Settings
Press the show key (top right arrow) .
The display say Backgrnd music2.gif.
press the next key 20 times (bottom right arrow)..
The display should say set relocation.
Press the chng key. change from N to Y.
Press the release key when finished

Move sets from their old locations to their new locations

Sep 28, 2009 | NorStar Meridian M7310 Phone

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Hp laserjet 2660n prints every page on red background even from auto testing; I have just bought it.


This is a common problem with this printer. Try this and it must be done 3 times in a row. Also, sometimes if there cartridges are not all from the same maker there may be issues. The transfer belt can be changed but it requires removing a few covers.

Calibrate the printer at the control panel of the printer
  1. Press the c00314542.gif (LEFT ARROW) or c00314543.gif (RIGHT ARROW) button until the display reads System setup and then press c00314544.gif (SELECT).
  2. Press the c00314542.gif (LEFT ARROW) or c00314543.gif (RIGHT ARROW) button until the display reads Print quality and then press c00314544.gif (SELECT).
  3. Press the c00314542.gif (LEFT ARROW) or c00314543.gif (RIGHT ARROW) button until the display reads Calibrate color and then press c00314544.gif (SELECT).
  4. Press the c00314542.gif (LEFT ARROW) or c00314543.gif (RIGHT ARROW) button until the display reads Calibrate now and then press c00314544.gif (SELECT).
  5. Press the c00314544.gif (SELECT) button to confirm Calibrate now.

Aug 04, 2008 | HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer

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Bad navigaion


Try to mount the gps antenna on the roof or front mirror where 2 to 3 satellite can hit it at once. Goodluck.

Oct 29, 2007 | JVC KD-NX5000 Car Video Player

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