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DPN, in the context of knitting, means "Double Point Needles"
STS stands for "stitches"
So: pick up stitches of one sleeve plus 4 stitches from cast-on underarms, on 3 double-point needles. Use double point needles on those three stitches so the thread can be doubly threaded per each weave.
HI.hp pavilion series have a common problem:VIDEO GRAPHIC CHIP FAILURE!!!! try on external screen.if not work, maybe needs motherboard replacement, or video graphic chip reflow, reballing(this is temporary).I can say if you have Nvidia graphics 6000 7000 8000 series, it is 99%problem whit video chip.
It looks if there is a pressure relief valve on the pump as I can see on the picture?
If your problem isn't solved yet, please give me the pump manufacturer and type or the hydraulic scheme.
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you might need a miracle! two things cause a NOFIX a low battery or a damaged SIIRF chip. This can be caused by a spike via the staring of engine whilst connected to DC power supply. Even a fuse does not always protect it from damage. Overcharging on AC..
Both Dell Part numbers 18THT and 5W299 are 8X DVD-ROM Drive Modules. DPN 18THT is compatible with Latitude C series and DPN 5W299 is compatible with Latitude D series. The two drives have different and incompatible connectors.
Your Latitude C640 is a C Series Latitude. You can therefore not use DPN 5W299.
If you need a DVD drive module, get DPN 18THT or an alternative Latitude C series drive.
If the computer shop said the new chips may not be recognized by the old printers then I would suggest you get an old cartridge which the printer recognizes and a chip resetter for Epson cartridges. Remove the new cartridge w/ the new chips and replace it with the older chip. You will probably need some double sided adhesive. When you pull out the chip you will notice 2 circular areas that hold the chip to the cartridge. One is actually like a small horseshoe so that you can slip it right back in. But the other one has a round flat end on protruding through the chip before you remove the chip. When you remove it, the plastic caves into the hole making it possible for you to remove the chip easily but impossible to put back. So to put in the older chip you need to snip out that piece of plastic so you have space to put in the adhesive. You can even use a small stretch of masking tape by rolling up about half an inch then putting it behind the chip. This way all you need to do it just change the chip everytime you run out of ink. It is a hassle but since you have bought large a supply of cartridges, don't waste it.