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I think this is what you need. I think although it says N350 it uses the Atom N450 processor. The machine could have either the Atheros or the Broadcom wi-fi card so you need the correct one for it to work properly. There's a link on the page for a little program that detects what hardware is in the machine so you get the correct drivers for it here: Hardware Detector Drivers.
Follow the steps to make it work on Android:
1. Switch off your N500 bluetooth headset
2. Press and hold the power button on N500 bluetooth headset for 6 seconds. (Remember, down press and leave the power button as it will switch on. We have to put it in discovery mode so pres and hold for 6 sec.)
3. The led will flash from blue to red.
Now on your android phone,
Go to settings, "Wireless & Network", Bluetooth
Switch on the bluetooth and scan for devices
You will see Noisehush N500. Click on the name and select pair
5. Enter "0000"as the passkey when phone when phone prompts.
6 Select the name again in phone and select connect.
The headset will be connected. If it asks to authorize, select always authorize.
you most likely checked all the obvious settings, checked, volume control, within Skype it is not on mute.
also within Skype, you can also perform audio and video testing, to confirm the issue is not from your end.
If this still fails, and you can not hear the other party ... the issue may be at their end.
They will need to check their settings and skype settings.
You are probably hearing water running out of the unit during a defrost cycle. It runs inside a tube to the underneath of the refrigerator where it is collected in a pan and evaporated into the room by heat from the compressor fan.
Open the plug at the bottom of the tank while the compressor is on so that it will blow out all the crud. The black liquid is the gunk from the oil in the compressor and staknant water. When the crud stops coming out and you herar just air, you should close the valve and you are set to go. You should drain this tank al least once a month if you use the compressor a lot. I hope this helps. Don't forget to rate my answer. Thanks.