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As you are aware the Marco Fireplace Co is no longer in business. However, the blower model # you listed is a DESA/Vanguard part number. In any event, it may work.
The blower goes in the lower compartment (probably louvered) under the firebox. It is then attached to the rear wall of the compartment, with the blower output facing up the back wall of the firebox. There should be an arrow on the blower housing indicating which way it should point.
If your firebox is already wired for a blower and has a duplex receptacle in place (for the blower to plug into), you're in business. If it doesn't I highly recommend that you install one and not try to hard wire the blower.
The blower, if purchased new, should come will all the hardware to mount it. If it didn't you can use sheet metal screws to attach it to the rear wall of the firebox. However, make sure that you put a rubber flat washer behind the mounting frame and then screw thru it into the firebox wall. This will help eliminate vibration and noise.
For that you need to set yahoomail as home page in mozila firefox.
Open mozila firefox and then go to tools ->option.
Then you can see Home page enter there "ymail.com" without "" then apply and ok.
Then when you start mozila you can see yahoo mail sites.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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1. check the drivers update for you device This is found at the manufacturers site. 2. See if your device is compatible with the OS (operating system) on your laptop. 3. Check the connecting cable to see if you have a broken wire inside the "strain relief". The cord at this point will have a puffy part that indicate that there is a broken cable.
Get a flash light,look inside at the battery pack's connections(1) And then see if there's rust,a dull appaerance to each spot where the battery connects(2)Go to a radio shack and see if they have an equivalent fuse,and a manual for the fuses installation(s).Get Presonus online,and/or write them aletter about thier devives problems.
Hi. Forgive me for asking, but did you try unplugging everything, including the firewire, and plugging it in again?
If you try this and it doesn't work, try shutting your laptop down gracefully, then unplug all the Firebox connectors including the electricity. Wait about 10 seconds, then reboot your laptop. Don't open your recording software yet.
Connect the electricity and the firewire as described in the Firebox manual, and then open your recording software. If this doesn't work, something might be wrong with the Firebox.
The problem you have happens once in a while with mine--it seems to be connected with overheating or something. Anyone else have this problem?
To solve your problem perform the steps given below:
goto Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Windows Firewall > General tab - Make sure the firewall is switched on and "Don't allow exceptions" is unchecked. > Exceptions tab - Find the Firefox/Thunderbird/Mozilla Suite entry and delete it.> Check the box next to "Display a notification when Windows Firewall blocks a program".> Click "OK" to exit the Windows Firewall window.
for cookies error perform these steps:
Open Tools -> Options
-> Privacy and make sure "Accept cookies from sites" is checked and
that the site you're trying to access isn't listed under "Exceptions".
and download process explorer.
Start it, and use the 'target' icon (to the right of the binoculars)
and 'drag' the icon to the command-box like window.
Then process explorer will tell you which program or process is causing this window to appear.
Find this program or process in windows file explorer and delete it.
Also download autoruns, a program that shows ALL autostarting programs, much better than win 98's msconfig