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This is an old trick a guy showed me. How to stiffen up a wire. It doesn't matter what kind of wire it is, usually they are all twisted and crooked, and you can't get them to do anything. Put one end in a vise, or have somebody hang onto it with a pair of pliers, and put the other end in a drill, Catch it anyway you can in the chuck and let it spin, You will see it straighten right out and stiffen up, making it useful for all kinds of stuff, I braid wires this way for hanging picture frames, or for making jewelry. You can even do wire with insulation on it.
Hello! You can turn on call forwarding by pressing 72# then wait until you hear the two tones and dial your number that you wish to send the calls to and then hang up the phone. The two tones signal that it has understood your command and is putting the line into forward mode.
To turn off cal fowarding, press 73# and wait again for the two tones and hang up.
Check to see if your starter is hanging up and still running. After you get the engine started, feel and listen closely to the starter motor is see if it's still running. If so, unplug the single wire that is just above the 5 sided plate on the right end of the starter. If the starter was indeed running but stops when you unplug the wire, your starter relay is hanging. If it is running and it continues to run, your solenoid is hanging up. In the first case, simply find and replace the one inch plastic cube starter relay. In the later, you'll probably be better off replacing the entire starter.
If this is not the problem, check the tension on the final drive belt. If the belt is too loose, it will make a noise with each gear change. The noise won't be loud but there will be a noise.
Since I can't hear the noise, this is my "best guess" for the moment. If this is not the problem, please re-post and give me as much information as possible.
There is a
problem either with the Line Interface Unit (LIU, also known as the
fax/phone line connector) or the fax hardware, because the unit is
having problems sending or receiving faxes. The unit may hang on
"Initializing." This document explains how to troubleshoot the LIU and
Please perform the following:
Front panel hangs on "Initializing"
Pull the power cord connector from the back of the base unit to recover from the error.
Unplug the LIU from the back of the
ADF. It is located on the left side (facing it), and is where you plug
in the telephone lines.
Plug the power cord back in, power it up, and see if it hangs without the LIU inserted.
If it does not hang without the LIU
inserted, power the unit down, plug the LIU back in, and power it back
up. If it hangs, the LIU is faulty.
If it does hang without the LIU attached, unplug the ADF from the base and see if it hangs. If it does, the base is faulty.
Testing the LIU
The primary test for the LIU is whether or
not you get a dial tone. Sometimes, you need to re-seat the phone line
several times to get a good connection. If after trying the things
below, there is still no dial tone, or initialization hangs, the LIU may
need to be replaced.
Verify that the phone line is connected directly from the wall jack to the plug in the LIU that says "To Wall Jack."
Verify that the LIU is plugged
securely into the product. If it is not, there will be a message at
power-up saying the LIU is not connected. If it is, the date and time
If the LIU was re-seated, cycle the power on the unit. The unit should display the date and time.
Unplug all other accessories, like a
telephone answering machine or modem. If the LIU appears to work fine
after unplugging them, these accessories may be interfering.
Place a document in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). The display will flash "Document Loaded."
Press Start Fax to verify there is a dial tone. If so, try sending a fax.
If there is not a dial tone, unplug
the product from the wall jack, and plug in a regular telephone to
verify there is a dial tone at the wall jack.
If there is no dial tone on the telephone, the wall jack or phone line may be faulty
To avoid the possibility of hanging up on the person you are speaking to by accidently giving the device a command to end a call by voice, there is no way to end a call this way. To end a call you must simply tap the MFB button one time or wait for the other party to hang up first.
I had the same problem as long as they are plugged in correctly and you put the #2 handset into the #1 cradle to register it to your base then try hanging the phone up several times. These are expandable phones so that I believe you can keep adding other handsets. So sometimes they think you have a few more handsets than you really have so when you hang up it may not know what handset you are hanging up #1 #2 or #3 #4 etc. So I had to keep hanging them up until it finally hung up. Then I had to re install them so it knew I only had 2 hand sets. So then you start from the beginning, like when you took it from the packaging. I hate these phones. I ended up replacing them with different ones. Plus I always keep a rotery phone laying around put away because during a power outage you still can plug in an old dial phone and it will work! Nothing like old technology.