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The symbol for tin Sn overlaid with a sold sign. could it be tin soldier?

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How old is my Merrill Carbine, Type I S/N 5681? Are there any records of the soldier to whom this carbine was issued or to what regiment it was assigned?

The Gun was manufactured in 1861. FYI - The Springfield Armory Museum has one on Display with SN:5684.
They a good bit of info on the Merrill Carbine's @,SPECIFIC=9895,DATABASE=objects,
It was sold to the Dept of the Army so I think they would be who to contact for ownership info.

Dec 21, 2014 | Optics

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How do I type in symbols that don't exist on my key board, in so can I send you a picture to identify gun SN?

If the following line works, it should appear as a triangle/upside down pyramid

The link to instructions is here:
HTML Symbol Entities Reference

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Found a hand held radio and can't find owner

Contact and provide the information, they should be able to locate the dealer who sold the radio.

Mar 20, 2014 | Motorola Radio Communications

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On a HP pavilion dm4, How do I use the number lock, or basically I just want to add symbols in a word doc using alt 153 ( for example). It doesnt work... Help please

If you have a desktop or a keyboard with the numeric pad, you can enter characters (accented) with an ALT key combination. If on the other hand you have a laptop and no numeric key pad, there should be an Fn key sequence (maybe Fn+F10) that locks the keyboard on the overlaid numeric pad. Better still, display the characters table and pop it open whenever you need a special character.

May 23, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet

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Serial Number Gone

You didn't mention whether your system was sick or not. If it isn't, download Belarc Advisor and run it on your Acer. It will give you the SN found in silicon in the unit as well as a whole list of other things you should know.
If your system isn't running at all, you may be out of luck since you may not get it back if it was stolen along the line. Acer can dig the SN out of that unit and they may choose not to return it to you if reported stolen.
I see no reason for removing the SN unless it was sold by a thief.

Sep 12, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5720-6661 Notebook PC

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The Cable Connector in the back of my TV is loose.

The connector is connected to the tuner with soldier, when this breaks from mechanical stress, you get the symtoms you described. This is an easy fix. You will need a fairly high wattage soldiering gun, and some medium electrical soldier. This will run you around $30 at Radio Hut. You will need a gun that will do ground straps so dont get one that is under 80W. 100-150 watts is good. Actually you should get some good rosin flux too. The chromium or molydenium in those connectors can make them hard to soldier.

Soldier them hot and fast. Lightly clamp the male jack to the tuner. Tightly, you need good thermal flow. brush on your flux. ALWAYS Heat your gun FIRST. Til it gets good and hot. Flux, and tin the tip of the soldiering gun too. put the tip of the gun closest to where the two parts meet so you are heating both parts. When the parts are hot feed the soldier onto the hot parts NOT the soldiering tip!

You must do this VERY quickly. As in 3-7 sec to heat the parts, and push the soldier in as fast as it will melt, then get the gun back. Another note, if your soldiering tip isnt 'wet' with soldier you wont get thermal transfer. Also, if you fail to soldier try once more, but the internals (plastic) of the male jack will melt if you overheat, So cool it down somehow if you fail to get a good soldier, or just walk away for awhile.

These can be troublesome to soldier. Practice with you new gun on something else to get a feel for it. If you want to simulate the problem, take a coax coupler, and try to soldier it to a piece of sheet metal. Hope this helps!

Good Luck!

Mar 15, 2009 | RCA Televison & Video

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Yellow light blinking next to blue on/off light

The "tin can" symbol below the yellow light signifies a hard disk. The yellow light is a hard disk activity indicator, it is nothing to worry about. It is just tell you that the computer is accessing the hard drive.

Jan 27, 2009 | HP Hewlett Packard Pavilion A6200N PC...

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Time Display is messed up

Since this was not replied to, I will called it closed.

Please do not rate this unless you still need a solution and will reply back first with the information I requested.

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