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How do I set the time on my fit bit?


  • Log in to your fitbit.com dashboard and click the gear icon in the top right corner.
  • Click Settings.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the Personal Info page and modify your timezone.
  • After saving your changes, force sync your tracker: Click the Fitbit Connect icon located near the date and time on your computer. Click Sync Now.
  • Nov 02, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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    How do you setup the time


    Blue tooth it to phone, PC or iPad, you will need the free app from fit bit

    Jul 02, 2016 | Fitbit Charge HR Heart Rate and Activity...

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    Kzte 3.0 turbo charged engine damaged, new rings and bearings fitted.Engine stiff and cranks slowly. engine fitted, the cranking is very slow. please advise me, what is the problem, timing or what?


    If battery is in tip top condition the problem is friction. Something in the repairs is too tight and causing the hassle. Definitely not bad timing - that just causes motor to run for s--- and has no effect on cranking speed.

    If car runs over time the excessive tolerances will wear. But because things are tight always make sure you have a strong battery and starter.

    Jul 31, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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    I have a Worx 14" mower. I just bought a new battery and it still won't start. Any suggestions?


    ive been getting more of these electric mowers here for me to fix in the past few months now , ive gotta do a video on u tube on how to care 4 them , but enough of my rant , on to your question , ive seen this happen a few times folks don't order a spare battery right from the start with these things and buy one like a year or more later , what happens is over time of charge/use/charge old battery's heat up some , plastic holders become distorted a bit and when a new battery is installed it don't fit "just right" and hence the contacts are not making up right , what ive had to do is a bit unconventional but take battery out and use a hair dryer to soften up plastic in spots that hit new battery and bend them softly away . makes new battery fit correctly and contacts make up right , I think the fix for this is not to charge battery inside mower but take it out ,but on some that's not allways an option . ohh and allways ck safety switches there the same as a real gas mower

    May 29, 2015 | Worx Garden

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    Ignition timing


    remove no 1parp plug and with you finger over the hole turn until you feel pressure under your finger. Watch the timing mark on the harmonic balancer pulley and when it gets to about 10 degrees before the TDC mark then the piston is set to fire . Now position the rotor button facing no 1 plug lead in the cap and put the distributor in the hole . IT may turn the button off position so pull it back out a bit and turn the button off a bit until it lines up with no1 lead when fitted Tighten up the clamp a bit so that you can just turn the body of the distributor . fit all the leads including the coil wire and module wires. Use a timing light and adjust while the engine is idling

    Jul 12, 2014 | Mazda 323 Cars & Trucks

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    2001 kia rio checked battery and alternator (replaced) okay. battery still will not hold charge is there a fuse somewhere other than under hood or could there be another problem?


    After disconnecting the battery overnight does it hold its charge? if not, its the battery. if it does then you have something draining it and this could take a bit of finding, is the radio draining it? you might think its off when it not, remove the fuse for the radio and try again. Have you got any mobile phone in car set up fitted? this is also a favorite for draining the battery. It has been known for the alternator itself to be faulty but as you have had this replaced with a new one, you can rule this out for now. interior lights is another possibility (the dim feature if fitted) or if you have a light fitted in the boot or bonnet, (trunk or hood) removal of fuses one component at a time should help you in pinpointing the culprit, but as I said if you know the battery is fully charged, disconnect it overnight and see if it is still charged in the morning when you reconnect it. There are other ways to find the problem but unless you are an auto electrician there is no point in telling you as you wont have the equipment to use, that by the way is your final option, take it to an auto electrician.

    Aug 22, 2011 | 2001 Kia Rio

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    Can you recommend a tool to help remove odd screws. Need to remove cover to fix lever. It currently will not catch.


    Most of these screws call for what is referred to as a "spanner" bit. You can find bit sets on eBay if you look under "Security Bit Set." Charges should be about $5-$6 with free shipping.

    Jan 02, 2011 | Breville CT75XL 4-Slice Toaster

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    Will the bits from the te-c3x fit my te-17


    Yes. New bits will fit old Hilti drills. Old Hilti bits do not fit the new (last 15 years) Hilti drills.

    Apr 07, 2010 | Hammer Set Of 6 Hilti Te-c3x Drill Bits...

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    Nokia 6500 classic charging problems


    I have had exactly the same problem, and have replaced both the charger and the battery.

    I think the problem lies in the contacts between the charger and the bayonet and the battery..
    Soooo
    I put a couple of peices of folded paper behind the battery, making a very very snug fit.

    then, (this is a bit fiddly)
    i carefully folded a slim peice of paper to wedge behind the charger pin and the back of the bayonet, so the pin is pushing against the front of the bayonet.
    ( to do this, position the paper over the pin and push into the socket at the same time.)

    works like a treat :)
    if you had exactly the same problem, it will be due to the charger wobbling around about the socket.


    this ensures a tight fit and means it maintains contact all the time.

    good luck, and i hope you haven't started to tear your hair out quite yet.

    Nov 12, 2008 | Lands Phones

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    Is it broken? Please help!


    Hi it sound like you a problem called east west correction. But you will need to take it to a repair shop to fix it. My self i charge about £30 to fix this kind of fault. But dont know what others charg All the best Bob

    Oct 17, 2007 | Bush 5693D 24" TV

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