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The tone arm drops onto the record, but then continues moving across the record without playing the record. Anyone know what's going on?

Does the needle actually contact the record? If not, you may be missing a "pad" under the record, or you may be simply missing the needle that needs to be there to follow the grooves.

Nov 02, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders


Identifying Your Reebok / Robix Studio Cycle

  • 9600
    Black matte finish on 1-piece welded frame. Black crank arms (generally) and dual brake pads.
  • 9800
    Black matte finish on 1-piece welded frame. Black crank arms (generally) and single brake pad.
  • 9900
    Glossy finishes w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Rectangle shaped stabilizers.
  • 2000B
    Glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and single brake pad. Silver crank arms and belt driven.
  • 2000C
    Glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and single brake pad. Black crank arms and chain driven.
  • 3000B Robix
    Black glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and frame down tube. Belt driven with single brake pad.

on Mar 11, 2015 | Exercise & Fitness

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Refer to brake pad arm assembly :I don't understand what keeps the brake pads from always riding on the idler pulleys. the springs keep them against the pulleys.

Hi, the spring on the brake rod pulls the lever forward when the brake is applied and a short lighter gauge spring pulls the lever back. This spring may be missing. Regards Phil.

Aug 22, 2011 | Craftsman 20 Hp 42" Deck Lawn Tractor

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When I apply my brakes almost nothing happens and it squeeks.. i have tried tightening and loosening them but nothing works.


Depending on what brakes are fitted (I'll assume V brakes or U brakes for now) here is a similar procedure for both:

On the brake itself, loosen the pinch bolt , move the arms of the brakes inwards, so the pads are 1-2mm from the rim, tighten the pinch bolt. If the pads are down to their wear indicator, replace them. If they are missing the rim, on the ouside of them they have an adjustment bolt, loosen, aim the pads at the rim and tighten.

Adjust the lever tension by spinning the adjustment screw. Get this right for your own preferenece.

An added tip, to get your brake pads working amazing for a week or so, get a cloth, some Coca Cola and wipe the rims. The acid in it, cleans the rims of oil/contaminants and the stickiness grips the pads :)

Vote for me when this works , thanks.

Jul 05, 2010 | Cycling

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Missing turn signal

If the arm is physically missing you need to replace with another arm. Dealer or salvage yard may be able to help you there. Steering wheel will need to be pulled

Mar 09, 2010 | 1998 Saturn SL

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How can I get the compatible toner in my c5100 to work? It keeps reading m sensor error.

It's not the Toner Cartridge. The Okidata C7350 has the same problems, replace the toner cartridge and it still says toner empty or sensor error.
In the hood inside the printer, each toner cartridge has a sensor arm. sensor arm has a magnetic pickup on it. That magnetic pickup causes the sensor arm to move up and down. It picks up on a beater bar in the toner cartridge. Lower the toner supply in the print cartridge faster the beater bar turns in the toner cartridge faster the magnetic sensor arm goes up and down. Detects when the toner is cartridge is low.

On the other end of those 4 sensor arms is a foam pad. The glue bleeds through the foam pad, causing the sensor arm sticks to the sensor, causing sensor problems.

You have to remove the top hood. open the top up, unscrew the top hood and pull the top hood cover off.

unplug the LED heads from under the hood, they plug into the sensor board. Remove the sensor board under the top hood to gain acess to the sensor arms. The sensor arms can be pryed out. The foam pads, clean them off, remove the foam pads and re-install the sensor arms. The sensor arms don't need the foam pads.

Little disassembly is required, make sure the printer is off before attempting.

Oct 30, 2009 | OKI C5100n Laser Printer

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Missing Parts

You need a headshell unit (which is needle etc for the front of arm)
also the felt pad.. also known as a slipmat, you can pick up at dj supplies shops or on ebay..
I need a counterweight myself as my ION turntable also had missing parts when I got it as a gift.
I found a headshell on ebay which is perfect...Turntable Cartridge and Headshell Black DJ DISCO USB on eBay (end time 08-Sep-09 00:11:01 BST)
I havent yet found a counterweight..I hope I will!
Hope this helps in some way..

Feb 26, 2009 | ION Audio iTTUSB Turntable

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Kyocera FS1010 first page only half printed

I found this solution. Worked a treat. I took the printer apart and applied felts to the solenoids (the felt normally used for the bottom of cup coasters).

See the Success post in this thread...

This manual helped too...

This is the post...

A solution has been found. Thank you to Steveauh (Townsville)

Kyocera in their wisdom have used a foam insulator on the 3 solenoids that disintegrates over time regardless of use.

  1. Open the right side of the printer
  2. Disconnect all connections to engine board
  3. Remove engine board
  4. Remove plastic guard (white)
  5. remove all 3 solenoids
  6. Replace all pads on the solenoids that come up against stops
    Registration Solenoid has 2 pads (1 against the solenoid frame and the other on a stop arm, the others just the frame pad)
  7. Keep thickness to around .4 - .5mm Too thick on register arm will cause early printing.
  8. Reassemble

And that is it. The arms were being magnetically delayed due the metallic contact. It seems to be a regular problem in this chassis FS1000 to FS1030.

Jun 23, 2008 | Kyocera Mita FS 1010 Laser Printer

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Banging noise from rear of bmw 316 e36

It could be your subframe as well big problem with E36's. Also you can check your Rear Shock Mounts in the trunk by removing the carpet, they are under the speakers. Also check your brake pads, the little shim could have fallen off causing your brake pad to rattle over bumps. And check all your heat shields.

Jun 09, 2008 | 1997 BMW 318

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