Sounds like you just got a bad one! I'd take it back immediately and get it swapped out with another. If the new one does the exact same thing, then there's somekind of compatibility issue between that monitor & your PC or whatever you've got it connected to.
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It appears that the problem is in the brushes in the alternator and the slip rings. At high revs and 4000 will be around 6000 in the alternator the brushes are floating off the rings. I would have the alternator check out
There should be a switch towards the bottom on the right hand side
Setting ring time switch
The ring time/toll saver switch allows you to set the
number of rings the caller hears before the answering
system plays your outgoing message. You can set the
switch to answer af ter two rings or af ter four rings.
Once the greeting has star ted, you can stop it when
you pick up the call at the handset or base.
In the TS (Toll Saver) position, the answering system
picks up af ter two rings if you have new messages,
and af ter four rings if there is none. This way, if you
call long distance to check your messages, you can
hang up af ter the third ring to avoid billing charges.
To replace the headlights, you must first remove the trim ring around the headlight. There should be three or four screws holding it in place. Once the trim ring is removed, there will be four screws, two at the top and two on the bottom. Carefully remove screws and remove the retaining ring. Gently pull bulb out, unplug the wire connector. With new bulb in hand, carefully connect the wiring to back of bulb and carefully set in place. While holding the bulb in place, set retaining ring back in place over bulb and insert screws. Then replace the trim ring, tighten the screws and you are done.
First off, you want to have the H700 fully charged up and it's probably good to have the phone fully charged up too. Now turn off the H700 (the ring around the talk button should not be flashing blue every few seconds) then push the talk button for about five seconds, until the ring around it displays a purple color. Immediately let go of the button and flip open the tiny microphone extension. Now it's in pairing mode and you can leave it while you fiddle with the phone to finish the process
Okay so here's what you do...take driver side door panel off and look for a purple and yellow wire in the wire bundle. Cut this wire and using a ring connector, strip and crimp connector on end of wire running from the front of the door (i.e. hinge side of door). Using a self tapping screw, screw the ring connector into the metal behind the door panel....you are basically grounding the alarm system. Wrap the other end of the cut purple and yellow alarm wire with electric tape and your done. If you don't want to take the door apart you can also access the purple and yellow wire in the driver side kick panel at the black plug....you would follow the same procedure as you would for the door. Good Luck!
I had the same problem, and found that the boom was not opening up all the way. I held the phone icon button down with the boom closed until the light ring turned purple.....then opened the boom and held it all the way open with slight pressure....all this while holding the phone icon button down. After 5 sec. I released the button and the headset was in pairing mode. :)