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Hi, I'm Peter. On this style of live trap the solid lid you see on one end is the door that falls when the trigger is tripped. There is usually a couple of heavy wire rods that is attached to the outer end of the door that is connected at a swivel point and an arm that leads down to the "dog" on the side of the cage about midways. This is just a bent piece of metal that rest on another bent piece of metal that goes through the side of the cage to the bait ( Trip/ Trigger, Pan ) You lift the door up and when you do the arm with the bend down by the side of the cage will be in position. While holding that 1st bent arm move the second bent arm that is attached inside to the bait pan, into position to rest against the 1st arm. It will look like two fingers bent at the last knuckle hooked to each other. I put the bait on the pan inside before I set it. The animal will go in touch the bait pan with it's mouth or paw releasing the two bent arms that are held together by the weight of the trap door. This allows the door to fall trapping the animal in the cage. Most of these traps have a carrying handle on top but you MUST be EXTREMELY careful when carrying these traps because if it gets to close to any part of your body or a finger gets too near for example you will get bit or scratched by a highly irritated confined scared animal. It may take a couple of tries to get use to setting it without the door falling but don't give up you will get the hang of it.
Check your system requirements. Make sure your computers are larger numbers than on the back of the sims life stories box. There are a number of options on the menu (in-game), like no shadows and rough graphics. If you dont want to compromise update your video card. Sims life stories is made for laptop so it should work if everythings up to date
All scanners have sets of rollers for paper movement. Sometimes, a small piece of paer can be stuck to the roller. This piece of paer can affect paper movement resulting in paper getting torn. In this case probably a piece of paper is stuck in the right corner. This can also happen if a piece of cellophane sticker is on the roller.
S. Mohan, India