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How do i get aquantum ml 29032 scale manager manual?


A Scale Manager kit comprises of the following:
  • One computerised electronic water descaler
  • One 12 volt power supply, cable length 1.8m - 6?
    Optional when ordering, 5m - 16½' power supply extension lead
  • Antenna cable with red plug
  • Antenna cable with black plug
  • Five plastic cable ties (1 spare)
  • One attachable black antenna plug
  • One attachable red antenna plug
Please Note: Ensure antennae cables do not come into contact with each other
  • The gap between the coils must be in excess of 60mm - 2½" no upper limit
  • Coils require a minimum of 50mm - 2? each side of uninterrupted straight pipe
  • Direction of coils is essential - see over
  • Ideally a 125mm + (5?+) straight run of pipe is required for each antenna coil
  • Direction of Water Flow is immaterial
  • Connect red plugs to red sockets and black to black
  • Scale Manager is effective on all pipes (copper, plastic, lead, steel etc)
  • Performance is not impaired if the pipe is painted
  • The Control Unit can be fitted at any angle or plane
  • A 13-amp socket is required for the power supply
The ideal location to install Scale Manager is near the entry point of the rising main, before any junctions. The antennae coils operate independently and can be positioned on separate pipes should you not have an uninterrupted pipe run of 250mm - 10?. Should the inlet pipe T off within 125mm - 10? of the stopcock, position the coils as fig 1 overleaf. If the inlet pipe available is over 125mm - 5? but under 250mm - 10? position as fig 2 overleaf.
The antennae coils require a minimum gap between them of 50mm - 2?. It is also necessary that the coils are at least 40mm -1½" from elbows and junctions.

Dec 30, 2016 | Health & Beauty

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The XM radio signal comes and goes...I've had the antenna changed twice. Any advice?


If you're using it with a SXV300 or SXV200 add-on tuner, there's a known issue where there's a poor connection between the antenna plug and the jack on the tuner. Plug in the antenna, then pull the cable down so it keeps a bit of tension on the plug. Use zip-ties to secure the antenna cable to the side of the tuner to keep up the tension.

Aug 04, 2015 | Kenwood Car Audio & Video

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Repair radio antenna plug


Radio shach has a solderless antenna plug(but it is a generic type).You will probably have to get this plug and a GM adapter.(GM is the ONLY AUTO MANUFACTURER that doesn't use an antenna plug like the rest.

Dec 06, 2012 | 2006 Pontiac Sunfire

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How to connect a philips antenna to a trutech tv


Unplug your television and turn the set around so the back of the set is facing you.

  • 2 Disconnect the antenna or cable connection from the television's "VHF," "Antenna In" or similarly worded port if it is connected.
  • 3 Examine your splitter and notice one end of the device has a coaxial port while the other end has two coaxial ports.
  • 4 Plug the coaxial end of the television antenna into one of the two coaxial ports on the splitter.
  • 5 Plug the coaxial cable coming from the cable television connection outlet into the second coaxial port on the splitter. Use the port next to the one you used to plug the television antenna into.
  • 6 Place one end of a 2 foot piece of coaxial cable into the single coaxial port on the splitter.
  • 7 Plug the other end of the 2 foot piece of coaxial cable into your television's "VHF," "Antenna In" or similarly worded port.
  • 8 Plug in the television set and turn it around so the screen is facing you.
  • 9 Use your television's remote control to access the "Menu," "Setup" or similarly worded function. Or press the "Menu" or "Setup" button on the front of the television.
  • 10 Select the "Channel Setup" or similarly worded function. Set the Input to "Cable" and perform an "Auto Scan" to locate all available cable television channels.
  • 11 Select the "Channel Setup" or similarly worded function, then set the input to "Antenna" and perform an "Auto Scan" to locate all available broadcast channels. Your television will locate both broadcast and cable television channels.
  • 12 Scan the channels on your television to make sure all available channels have been found. If you are missing any channels that you know you should have, manually program the channels into your television using the "Channel Setup," "Manual Channel Setup" or similarly worded function.
  • Oct 17, 2011 | Televison & Video

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    Hello, I am currently having a problem with my Audiosonic KM0767 Standard Definition Set Top Box. When we first bought it we wired up all the plugs and it worked great. We then moved onto Foxtel...


    did you switch the TV's incoming signal to digital antenna? For the cable box it was probably set to cable antenna or analog inputs, not all TV's have automatic switching for antenna feeds. My Mitsubishi has 1 digital and 1 analog antenna input and the cable box will only work through the antenna input if it's the analog antenna input and it's tuned to channel 3 or 4, -(or through a seprate HDMI, PROSCAN, SVCR,or a yellow RCA plug input)- and when the analog antenna input is selected the TV will tune all analog cable channels that the cable service offers if a box is not used. likewise the TV will not tune any channels at all if it's set to digital antenna inputs. It will tune all local channels only when set to digital antenna inputs.

    Dec 26, 2010 | Televison & Video

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    I can't seem to get any digital channels


    Before scanning for channel, check to see if the Antenna input is set to Cable or Antenna. If you have rabbit ears or and outside antenna then set it to antenna. If you have cable then set it to cable. Then rescan for channels. If this has already been set then the next step is to check the antenna or cable feed. If possible plug the antenna or cable feed into another TV that is known to be working correctly. If it is capable of receiving digital channels then the problem is likely the Samsungs ATSC tuner and will require service.
    If neither TV is getting Digital channels then I will need more info on your antenna setup and where you are located. I am a pro on TV antennas and reception.
    Hope this helps
    Have a great Day

    Mar 31, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 2333HD 23 in. LCD TV

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    How do you replace an antenae on a 1965 mustang.


    Disconnect the cable at the radio. Then unscrew the hardware holding the antenna to the fender. Then pull the antenna base out of the fender, disconnect the cable from the antenna base turning it back and forth with pliers or you can cut it. Do not let the cable fall back into the fender. Now take the cable from the new antenna and duct tape it to new antenna cable. Now inside the car pull on the old cable until the new cable reaches the radio. Plug cable into radio then hook up the hardware on the fender for the new antenna and you're done. Good luck.

    Feb 27, 2010 | 1965 Ford Mustang

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    Replace antenna


    Remove old Antenna
    1. Activate the antenna switch to the up position.
    2. Using the wrench or needle-nose pliers, loosen and remove the original retaining nut on the base of the antenna mast.
    3. Gain access to the underside of the area of the trunk where the antenna is located.
    4. Remove the bracket or brace that is below the hole and holding the antenna in place.
    5. Remove the mast.
    6. Find the motor that controls the antenna mast. Generally, power antennas will have a constant 12-volt lead and a ground lead. The ground lead will be grounded to the panel next to the motor.
    7. Remove the ground lead from the panel.
    8. Pull out the antenna coaxial cable.
    9. Unplug the coaxial from the extension coaxial cable.
    10. Remove the original antenna coaxial cable. Note the route the cable follows.

    Install new Antenna
    1. Inspect the fender area where the antenna mast will be mounted for rust.
    2. Clean the area before installing the new antenna.
    3. Plug the new antenna coaxial cable to the extension coaxial cable.
    4. Plug the new antenna's coaxial cable into the radio's chassis antenna jack if there is no extension coaxial cable. Tie or tape the string you put on the extension cable to the new antenna coaxial cable. This assures that the 2 cables stay together as you route them to the antenna mount in the fender.
    5. Connect the power lead of the antenna to the power antenna lead on the radio.
    6. Connect the 12-volt constant lead to the antenna to a 12-volt source or to the ignition switch.
    7. Direct the new antenna cable via the same route followed by the original antenna cable on up to the hole in the fender in which the mast will be mounted.
    8. Ground the ground lead from the motor to a clean metal surface on the metal panel near the mount.
    9. Insert the mast into the hole. Face the serrated side of the plastic cable on the bottom of the mast toward the motor side. The plastic cable can be inserted freely to about 12 inches and will stop.
    10. Turn on antenna switch to down position until the plastic cable goes down and catches into the gear mechanism of the drum housing. If the plastic cable does not gear into the mechanism, twist the cable slightly until the cable contacts into the gear mechanism while the motor is in operation.
    11. Stop the motor after the cable goes into the housing 12 to 25 inches.
    12. Secure the bracket or strap to the bottom of the antenna mast and to the metal fender.
    13. Replace the retainer nut to the base of the antenna mast and secure tightly.
    14. Replace the panel that covers the antenna mount area.

    Oct 16, 2009 | 1996 Honda Accord

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    Antenna mast broken


      Give these instructions a shot. Might be too generic but might be enough to get you going. Removing Original Antenna
    1. Step 1 Activate the antenna switch to the up position.
    2. Step 2 Using the wrench or needle-nose pliers, loosen and remove the original retaining nut on the base of the antenna mast.
    3. Step 3 Gain access to the underside of the area where the antenna is located.
    4. Step 4 Remove the bracket or brace that is below the hole and holding the antenna in place.
    5. Step 5 Remove the mast.
    6. Step 6 Find the motor that controls the antenna mast. Generally, power antennas will have a constant 12-volt lead and a ground lead. The ground lead will be grounded to the panel next to the motor.
    7. Step 7 Remove the ground lead from the panel.
    8. Step 8 Pull out the antenna coaxial cable.
    9. Step 9 Unplug the coaxial from the extension coaxial cable.
    10. Step 10 Remove the original antenna coaxial cable. Note the route the cable follows.
      Installing the New Power Antenna
    11. Step 1 Inspect the fender area where the antenna mast will be mounted for rust.
    12. Step 2 Clean the area before installing the new antenna.
    13. Step 3 Plug the new antenna coaxial cable to the extension coaxial cable. (On some General Motors and Ford cars you may need an adapter to mate the 2 cables together. Car audio retail stores sell such an adapter.)
    14. Step 4 Plug the new antenna's coaxial cable into the radio's chassis antenna jack if there is no extension coaxial cable. Tie or tape the string you put on the extension cable to the new antenna coaxial cable. This assures that the 2 cables stay together as you route them to the antenna mount in the fender.
    15. Step 5 Connect the power lead of the antenna to the power antenna lead on the radio.
    16. Step 6 Connect the 12-volt constant lead to the antenna to a 12-volt source or to the ignition switch.
    17. Step 7 Direct the new antenna cable via the same route followed by the original antenna cable on up to the hole in the fender in which the mast will be mounted.
    18. Step 8 Ground the ground lead from the motor to a clean metal surface on the metal panel near the mount.
    19. Step 9 Insert the mast into the hole. Face the serrated side of the plastic cable on the bottom of the mast toward the motor side. The plastic cable can be inserted freely to about 12 inches and will stop.
    20. Step 10 Turn on antenna switch to down position until the plastic cable goes down and catches into the gear mechanism of the drum housing. If the plastic cable does not gear into the mechanism, twist the cable slightly until the cable contacts into the gear mechanism while the motor is in operation.
    21. Step 11 Stop the motor after the cable goes into the housing 12 to 25 inches.
    22. Step 12 Secure the bracket or strap to the bottom of the antenna mast and to the metal fender.
    23. Step 13 Replace the retainer nut to the base of the antenna mast and secure tightly.
    24. Step 14 Replace the panel that covers the antenna mount area.

    May 13, 2009 | 1993 Chevrolet Corvette

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    Sirius Antenna


    There are several ways to tackle this problem, most of which would involve getting to the back of the radio, but before you do, make sure you have an "antenna extension cable". Then plug in the 'extension cable to the radio/sirius unit' leaving the other end to 'hang out' where you can then get access to the 'extension' cable. Then you can plug in the existing antenna when you're not using the camper or plug in new antenna that gets clear view of the satellite. Depending on your location and general direction of travel you may be able to use a 'home unit ' antenna on your dash as I do and it works very well. In my truck I often use a home antenna also, although I also have the large unit that bolts to the (tractor) truck mirror assembly.

    The other solution is to find a CB repair place (often at truck stops) that is familiar with repairing, satelite antenna wire and pucks. Have them split the wire and place a male and female plug to accomodate the extisting antenna and the new antenna. This service will cost you about $30-50.00 They should find the parts needed at a satellite radio store that sells marine/business/home antennae systems. The parts are not all that common - or the CB fellow may connect male/female connectors that are unique to your truck situation - then any connectors will work but only on that truck of yours. -- Frank

    Sep 15, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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