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MY SKY ROVER HELICOPTER TAIL SPIND A CIRCLE


the trim is out of line, for the love of god watch some beginners videos on setup.

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What spin number shud it be on


its not a number,, its a round circle symbol.. there are 2,, 1 is a half spin,, and the other is a full spin

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My ps3 controller has a r2 rapid fire mod in it and now the right analog stick just makes my mw2 character spin in circles what can i do?


Push down on the top of the knob,like the R3 button on PS2,not down directional,and spin it in circles at the same time.I just basically go spastic on my controller for about 5 second bursts and it always gets rid of the spin.Your R2 may be stuck too.Push on it real fast a few times and it should unlock.If the R2 does not stop,you probably need a new controller. :(
Good luck and game on!

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Vestax PDX 2000 motor going crazy problem


hey, it will work with the tape solution but you gotta pay attention to the light metallic circle which is used by the light sensor (the small black one with cables on it) to estimate motor movement - first time i opened it and did the tape thing to the black rubber circle i eventually touched the light metallic circle and i think that caused it not working for me too
the light metallic circle must be totally clean and plain, do your best, but be sensible

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I just got a refurbished xbox 360 elite and when i turn the wireless controller on it doesn't connect. It just keeps blinking. How do i get it to connect?


To begin, turn on your xbox 360. On the top of the wireless controller, to the right of the LB button there is a small white button. Hold this, and the lights near the xbox button will spin in a circle. On the front of your xbox 360, there is a button to right of the memory card slot. Press this button and the lights on the front of the xbox will spin. After a few seconds, the controller should synch with the xbox. If this does not work, make sure that the lights are spinning in circles at the same time.

Please let me know if you need any more help

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Spins in circle


Is this water driven? If so, lower the pressure or see if the discharge is adhustable. :-)

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I have just instaled my harman kardon ks200 and there appears to be a problem? i can hear the cd spinning louder when listerning to track 1 than i can when listerning to track 10 eg. should there be a...


* Tech Stuff *
Audio CDs do not spin at a constant rate. They are designed to be read (for music) at a "constant linear velocity" of about 1.25 meters per second. The data is written in a tight spiral starting at the inside of the CD. The CD spins the fastest when reading the inside tracks and slows down as it reads towards the outside edge. Imagine circles on the CD surface. The inside ones would be smaller than the outside ones, of course. So, if you are reading evenly-spaced bits on the lines of those circles, you would need to read fewer outside circles per second than the small inside circles.

* Basic Issue *
When the player is reading Track 1 the CD is spinning at about 500 rpm. During the last tracks of a (full) CD it only needs to spin at about 200 rpm. It doesn't work the other way around for compatibility reasons.

* More Info *
This is why you are experiencing the difference in mechanical noise at different tracks. It doesn't necessarily reflect a defect, but understandably, a consumer would prefer a quieter system, which does differ between manufacturers and models (I couldn't specs for a KS200 HK device) Yet, if the noise is substantial, it may very well be indicative of a problem, e.g. something stuck in the drive and being whipped around in a circle at high speed. I wouldn't say this is particularly likely.

* Possible Help *
What would normally mitigate this issue is not getting too close to the player while listening. Normally having the primary listening position several few feet away (across the room) would suffice to minimize noise heard from fans and spooling CDs.


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Won't hardly spin


the back and fourth motion is normal. we have a ge and it does the same thing. for the slow spin and burt rubber smell the drive belt is more than likely streched, the fast fix is to replace the belt. HOPE IT WORKS FOR YOU!

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