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User manual for Kettler 07854-000 "Orion" Cross-Trainer Elliptal


Try here

http://toolbox.kettler.net/fileadmin/_kettler_dam_import/SPORT/Dokumente_-_Kataloge/Montage_und_Ersatzteile/Cro(ss)trainer/07854-_Orion_706f-1003.de,en,fr,nl.pdf

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Unable to lock oven with codes


all you need to do is get a cro bar and try and open

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How much horse power do i need for 15 sq.m. room?


This would be hard to answer without more information, but here is a calculator that can answer that question for you.

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/appliances/heating-cooling-and-air/air-conditioners/sizing-worksheet/

May 04, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Should I get an aluminium bike? Steel? Titanium Etc?


First off, let's be clear about "steel". There are cheap bikes made of "steel" or "high-tensile steel". Avoid these; they're outrageously heavy and not particularly durable.

When bike shops talk about "steel", they're usually talking about an alloy of steel, chromium, and molybdenum (and probably some other metals in small quantities). It may also be called "cro-mo", or "cro-moly". These bikes tend to be quite tough, though they might be a bit heavier than aluminum at the low-end. Cro-mo bikes are known for a "plush" ride, i.e. they absorb some of the vibrations of riding on rough trials. They can also be welded if they crack. Light rust can be a minor problem, but cro-mo bikes certainly don't rust like car fenders!

Aluminum has become the standard for mid-range and high-end bikes. They tend to be relatively light, and a lot stronger than one might expect (given that most people's experience with aluminum is Coke cans). They probably do bend more easily than cro-mo, so make sure you get a good warranty (good brands should have lifetime warranties). If they crack, special equipment is needed to weld them. Traditionally, aluminum bikes have been considered "stiff", and don't absorb the vibration of rough trails, but they seem to have gotten better in this regard. Some aluminum tubes bend rather easily, so take this into consideration of you ride in rocks a lot.

Titanium bikes have come down in price, to where they are now somewhat reasonable for a high-end recreational bike. They combine the plushness and durability of cro-mo with the lightness of aluminum. Titanium is extremely difficult to bond; take effort to ensure the builder is a good one.

Carbon-fiber mountain bikes are also light and extremely plush. They are tougher than one might expect; if they are solid material, they can stand up to a pounding with a sledgehammer. Some full-suspension bikes have hollow carbon-fiber bodies, and can break or have a hole punched in them by a sharp rock. When carbon-fiber fails, it fails suddenly and spectacularly. It may not be a good choice for heavier riders, or anyone who rides frequently in rocks.

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Abt cro


Can you be more clear about what "cro" is? You can only test power to your computer with the multimeter. As a computer eng you should know this?

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Turntables voltage been changed now wont turn on


have you switched the voltage switch over underneath the turntable plate

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Intel 810 mother Board


in PCI pin A side pin 1 is the -12 v pin 2 is +5v pin 15 is the reset pin 20,22,49 are address lines in B side of pci pin 2 is +12 v pin 16 is the clock if u have CRO check the clock first then reset if all this is ok then put theCRO pin in any address lines and restart the computer u can read the address line which is the heart of checking the mother board count the address line if u dont know to read the adress lines dont even think about it now a days a new equipment have been in market but it cant solve every problem as CRO does

Oct 27, 2007 | HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard

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