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The heavy draw of current by the stapler is causing this. use a different line with an extension cord, short and thick as possible. nothing is wrong, this is normal.

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WHAT DOES F1 CODE MEAN.


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The F01 error code indicates a failed primary electronic machine control board. This can be caused by a glitch or power surge through the power lines. Try unplugging the dryer for 5 minutes and see if the code clears. If it doesn't, then you will have to replace the electronic machine control board,

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  1. Adjust the brightness setting. The brightness control (marked by ) is under the right front edge of the display.
  2. Calibrate the monitor using the Calibrate option in the Monitors control panel.
  3. The flickering could be caused by interference from a nearby power line, a fluorescent light, or an electrical device for example, a radio, a microwave oven, or another computer. Try relocating nearby electrical devices, or moving your computer and display.
If you are still having problems with your Apple Cinema Display, please consult Apple support here:
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My Swingline Stapler Model 51110 electric stapler no longer staples. The staples will not move forward and it just does "blank" stapling. Also, it goes off on it's own all the time running stapples...


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