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46 inch samsung delay in turning on


Delay in turning on is mostly caused by weak and defective electrolytic capacitors in the power supply board. Most of the times they are easily recognized by their bulged top. Some times one has to hunt for them. If one can do it, it is a simple job. Good luck to you.

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Sound delay when using a hdmi cable


It is normal and real stupid---either ignore it (I won't) or go component as in a blind test done at our shop people could not tell on identical sets on HD program which was HDMI and which was Component---most of the time they thought the component was the HDMI picture

Apr 02, 2012 | Westinghouse 26" LCD Flat-Panel HDTV

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Cannot convert video files with mtv converter, using windows vista


use another video converter, I'd recommend asoftech video converter as it helped me many time
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Feb 20, 2011 | Transcend T.sonic 850 Digital Media Player

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Mac 10.4.11 Acom data hd/ the hard drive does not show on desktop or file menu. does show in the disk utility.


Is this working before with this Mac Tiger? Or is this the first time you're connecting this HD to your computer?

If first time, there's a possibility that the HD has different file format. It should be formatted as Mac OSX (Journaled) in order for the Mac to recognize it.

If this is working before with this computer, check the status of the HD. Most HDs that could only be detected under the Disk Utility needs a reformat.

IMPORTANT: Formatting the HD would erase all the files inside of it. You may need to bring your HD to the nearest Data Recovery Center to retrieve the files inside and then you may now reformat the HD.

Have a great day!

Jun 30, 2009 | Acom (HD120FE) Hard Drive

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Setting the delay on the oven


To correctly proceed you have to know the format the timer program is working in. SO you need to know
1Time format IE 12 hour AM - PM or 24 hr military time 2If a day, date is required M-Sun...or IE Sat 12th of March...(some times this is not a peramiter needed)

With the clock and calendar set the delay time should require a "timed mode setting" prior to being able to set the timer. Once in this mode you will have 1 of 3 ways to set the time delay depending on how the timer is set up to read your instructions. .
1 the actual time of day it is to start (set in actual clock time like the equalivant of 3:05 PM or if in military time, 24hr clock 15:05) or 2 the actual delay time until the program is set to start (again set in hours and minutes 2:10 = 2 hours and 10 minutes from now) 3 also is the stop time, when you want to program to end (also set in the format the timer is programed to recieve instructions)


Also the calendar could be waiting for input as to which day to start the program

Jun 12, 2009 | Kitchen Ranges

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The digital clock seems to be set to 24 hr insted of 12 hr time


No Problem here ya go


To change the clock to 24-hour format:
1. Press and hold the CANCEL and Delay
pads for three seconds.
2. Press the More+ or Less - pad to select
12 or 24 hour.

Jan 14, 2009 | Maytag MER5552BAW / MER5552BAQ /...

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use a program called Recova to try and get all possible data off the disc, or try a back up program. then using the formatting program off you buffalo disc do a physical format of the disc (it takes a long time). format your disk. (again it takes a long time) If you want to change from fat32 to nfts right click the disk icon ,select properties,format, chose to format in nfts, select quick format. if all ok re-enter your data. it worked for me.

Dec 01, 2008 | Buffalo Technology DriveStation HD-HC500U2...

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Sound issue on LG 42LG50


make sure the dish network menu settings in setup under audio are on high. Some tv's require it to be off. Try both and see what works. Also the delay is caused by digital conversion. new stereos have settings for this delay and they have delay boxes for sale online. You could try to change your delay settings on your stereo surround to help. I had to do this.

Nov 29, 2008 | LG 42LG50 42 in. LCD HDTV

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