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To replace the clock light bulb on 2001 Honda Accord, you will need:
Remove the clock assembly in the 2001 Honda accord. Pry
the clock assembly off by wedging a flathead screwdriver into the edge
and prying off the cover. Work your way around until it comes off.
Remove the old bulb by pulling it out of the socket. Dispose of the bulb.
Replace the bulb with an equivalent bulb. Simply push
the bulb into the slot. Be sure to take the bulb with you when you
purchase a new bulb so you get the exact bulb. Purchase a bulb with the
same voltage. Although a bulb with different voltage may work, it can
burn out more quickly.
Replace the clock assembly. Line up the clock assembly over the bulb and press firmly on both edges to attach it back to the 2001 Honda Accord dash.
Place masking tape on the edges of the dash around the clock assembly
to protect your dash while you are removing the assembly with the
screwdriver. Remove the masking tape when you are finished replacing the
clock light bulb on your 2001 Honda Accord.
52 is a scanner error, the scanner here is actually a rotating mirror assembly that 'scans' the laser right to left. (as the paper moves top to bottom)
Make sure you did not smudge the lens or move it too far in any direction. Gently use a clean q-tip or equivalent to 'reclean' the lens.
Then, power down, count to 10, power up.
Power down. Find green checkmark button, power up, when memory starts to count, press and hold green checkmark button until ready, data, and attention lights all flash. Release Green checkmark button, display should say "Select Language".
Press Down arrow once, display should say "Cold Reset".
Press select and wait for a reboot to complete.
If you still have the error, then you have a physical problem and will need a repair tech to fix it.
Hello gschershel. This is a farily easy problem to solve. But before you do anything, you'll want to check with Motorola/Symbol or whoever you bought the unit from and see about the Warranty for your MC9090. Most sorts of tinkering can void warranties and I'd hate to see that happen to you. So, make sure you check on that before tinkering. Aside from that, there are a few reasons this can happen. Something in the trigger assembly could have broke and is sticking, or you might just have some goo around the trigger. I suggest to all of my clients before sending their units in for repair to take a straight-pin or similarly small object and run it around the tiny gap between the trigger and the handle. If there is any offending goober in there that is causing the problem, this will work it loose. If that isn't the case, then depending on your exact model, the handle may be separate from the rest of the unit. If this is the case, then taking the handle off to see what's going on in there is as easy as four screws, so that is an option if it applies to you. Again, I only suggest this if your unit is NOT under warranty. IF it is, you should have already ignored the rest of this and sent the unit in to Moto/Symbol or your vendor. If all else fails, you at least know that something has gone wonky internally in the trigger assembly. I sincerely implore you (and all my clients) to NOT crack your unit open and go rooting around in there unless you've done it many times before or have a serious knack for electronics and have lots of experience in that sort of thing. Instead, contact your vendor or someone authorized to repair your unit and simply tell them that the trigger or handle needs replacing. I hope i have at least helped you isolate the problem. Good luck!
When I connected this scanner (purchased at a great discount through eBay) to my computer using the keyboard wedge (with a ps2 connection - the round connector) I received the error message that my computer could not recognize this external hardware. I went to barcodediscount.com and ordered the usb connector for this scanner as usb connections are usually recognized. The part # for this connector is STI85-0200R. It cost 72.55 with shipping, but I received the scanner at such a wonderful price that I thought I'd chance it and try it with a usb rather than a keyboard wedge connector. The computer immediately recognized the usb connection, and the usb connector comes with a manual with codes to enable proper scanning, but still no luck getting the data into the computer. So I called Symbol's technical support department. The technician told me to remove the rubber "boot" at the bottom of the hand held scanner (not the scanner base) by pulling on the front of it (where the 2 little round circles are). It's tough to remove, but keep at it. Then gently remove the battery and unplug it, then plug it back in and reattach the base. He said this would reset the battery. Voila!!!! Sucess!!!!
If your scanner's keyboard wedge connection is recognized (a little popup window will say that it is a Symbol barcode scanner and that it is installed and ready to use), try taking the battery out and putting it back in to reset it. Hopefully this will also work for you. Symbol's technical support # is (800) 722-6234.
Have you tried reinstalling the drivers? Or downloading the latest driver from the manufacturers website?
My father had the same problem with his scanner, and all he did was reinstalling the drivers and it worked fine afterwards.