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This is usually due to the battery "jumping" off the contacts when you go over a bump in the pathway. Put a RUBBER door stop between the battery and the seat post. This fixed mine for all but the huge potholes. Had this fix for 4 years
This error on the Canon iPF-605 wide format printer means that there is a problem with the paper cutting knife. The knife (black block) should be at the left front side in it's rest position.
Powered the printer down and moved the knife block from right to left, powered on and voila: problem solved ! Thanks Canon support!
I had a problem similar to this, and I used YOUR solution to fix it. In fact looking for you to thank you for the idea is how I found this problem.
Sometimes even with the battery cover on and intact, the sensor does not correctly detect it. My screen was turning off randomly and sometimes would not even get through the Asus init before it would turn off again.
So, looking at the solution you posted I pushed a small wad of Kleenex in the hole and then put the cover back on. It's been running fine for almost a day now.
So, thanks for the suggestion. I had no idea that sensor was there.
Modern chainsaws have the ability to run without turning the chain via the chain-brake. To set the brake the uppermost handle is pushed forward (toward the chain) and a firm snap should be heard and felt. To release the brake you pull the same handle back (towards the engine) and get the same "snap".
Concerning oil leakage: Bar/chain lube collects on the inside of the clutch cover and the sawdust mixes with it as you saw. A surprising amount of oil gets absorbed in the sawdust and later seeps back out when the saw is at rest. If the level of oil in the tank noticably drops after sitting overnight you may have a leak...otherwise it's normal.
As for a running chain that wont cut, it is common for chains to be installed backward and the unit still function perfectly (it just won't cut wood). See the proper chain orientation here. In this photo the chain travel is from left to right.
It depends on your skill level as to if it can be fixed or not. The data is most likely still safely stored on the flash chip inside the drive casing. However, the USB connector has been just ripped off. If you have any experience soldering it would be as simple as getting a replacement usb plug from an electronics store or cutting a cable you have and then soldering the USB connector back to the flash drive inside the casing. This is something than can be done at home or possible by a repair shop that does any type of soldering work(tv, radios, ect) Most computer repair shops will look at you silly if you ask them to solder a thumb drive back to life. I would not expect more than to be able to mount your drive and copy the data. Odds are after you cut it out of the casing it will never go back in correctly.
My kicthenaid oven door locked when a breaker tripped. I live in a sm. town. Some of my friends had to cut through the metal lock, then take the whole thing out the back of the oven along with some kind of spring. Don't try this at home. And make sure the power is turned off. These "Good 'Old Boys" can fix everything - and without the manual. The good news is that you don't have to pay a service man or buy parts. Just don't ever turn on the self-cleaning oven part again. I can get the guy to tell you how he did it.
Afraid not a novice or even an expert can fix this one.
It will have to be a repair of the zoom mechanism.
It will almost certainly be costly.
Check your Olympus support site to see what your local repair options are.