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Installing a CB is rather easy. The power needed is minimal since output power is limited to ~4W this means at most 10W of power from the battery is needed. This is less than 1 Amp for a 12 Volt system. You can use the car's regular power port for this. (Used to be called the cigar lighter when a heating element was supplied in the car.)
The antenna on the other hand is more problematic. You can either install something or use a mag mount antenna. The Mag mounted antenna will be easy and should do until you decide where and what kind of antenna to install permanently if that is wanted.
The best location for an antenna is up high in the middle of the car top. This is not always practical. the best antenna is a full quarter wavelength vertical, that's about 9 feet long, and we don't see too many of those any more but they are available.
I recommend you buy a fiberglass shortened mag mount antenna to play with to see if it is good enough for your use. If not you know that a quarter wave antenna is needed and then you need to decide to either mount it to a rear bumper (mostly for a car mounting) or to a strong side mirror, trucks usually have those.
It's simple. In order to install the antenna, you must do the following:
Using a very small "star" type screwdriver, remove three screws from the base of the unit. Remove the base trim piece. The body of the phone is in two pieces (front and back). Use a knife to separate the pieces by first GENTLY lifting the locking tabs on the bottom of the unit so that they will easily unsnap by themselves, just lift them a little bit, not all the way. Insert the blade along the side of the seam and pry gently.
Slowly remove the back. There will be adhesive tape at the top piece, so work slowly. Notice the locking tabs on the sides, they will come apart by themselves, no need to worry about it.
After separating the halves, unscrew the top of the original antenna, screw the new antenna in place, slide the back atenna opening over the new antenna and snap into place, making certain that the side tabs insert properly. Just use your eyes and common sense. Do not force anything, but snapping the halves back together will require a firm force.
Replace the bottom trim piece and three screws, you're done!
Follow the instructions below to install the print cartridges for the first time.
Installing print cartridgesStep one: Install the print cartridges
Follow these steps to install the cartridges.
Open the cartridge door.
The carriage moves to the far right side of the product.
Figure 1: Open the cartridge door
Remove the new cartridge from its packaging and, being careful to touch onlythe black plastic, gently remove the plastic tape by using the pink pull tab.
Figure 2: Remove tape from cartridge1 - Copper-colored contacts2 - Plastic tape with pink pull tab (must be removed before installing)3 - Ink nozzles under tape
Do not touch the cartridge ink nozzles or copper contacts. Touching these parts will result in clogs, ink failure, and bad electrical connections.Do not remove the copper strips. They are required electrical contacts.
Figure 3: Do not touch the ink nozzles or copper contacts.
Slide each new cartridge forward into the empty slot. Then gently push theupper part of the cartridge forward until it clicks into place.
Insert the tri-color cartridge into the left slot.
Insert the black cartridge into the right slot.
Figure 4: Insert the cartridge
Close the cartridge door.
Step two: : Align the print cartridge
The product prompts you to align cartridges every time you install a cartridge. You can also align the cartridges at any time from the control panel, or byusing the software you install with the product. Aligning the cartridgesensures high quality output.
Make sure you have letter or A4 unused plain white paper loaded in the input tray.
Press OK. The product prints an alignment page.
Place the alignment page print-side down on the scanner glass.
Press OK to scan the alignment page. When the scan finishes, the alignment is complete.
If you have colored paper loaded in the input tray when you align the cartridges, the alignment will fail. Load unused plain white paper into the inputtray, and then try the alignment again.
PLace the document to scan facing down onto the canning glass. Open the scanning application installed on your computer (If you dont have the apploication, install it with the CD that you would have recieved with the product). Then follow the instructions and then save the scanned document as desired.
The antenna, will more than likely, come with a feed cable with a screw type F connector that you attach to the antenna connector on your Phillips TV. Pretty simple! Most antenna's will come with complete installation instructions.
I was able to get installation instructions for the cross bars from http://www.capitolhyundai.com and from http://dealerfit.com. Thanks much to these folks for providing a pdf of these instructions free of charge!
Below is the text from the instruction set that worked best for me. The other instruction set was nearly identical but it had an alternate Step 2 which involved using a small plastic pry bar. I added that alternate Step below in the instruction step. Hopefully I'm able to insert the image of each instruction set so that the Figures are visible. Its actually not that easy getting the rear rail covers off and its pretty easy to crack them. I'd recommend gently rocking the covers for a couple minutes in order to loosen them up. Once you get the covers off, the rest of the install is a breeze and can be done in 2 minutes. If you have questions, go ahead and contact me. I also took several photos of my install and that might be helpul. Cheers!
SANTA FE 2008
Cross Bar Assembly Installation Procedures
• (2) Cross Bar Assemblies
• Flat Head Screwdriver
1. Carefully unscrew and remove radio antenna.
2. Grasp the rear rail covers with both hands. Squeeze and pull up &
inwards (toward the center of the vehicle) to remove covers. Take
care not to break off the tabs by lifting the rear section of the cover
first (Figure 1). Be careful not to scratch, damage or dent any painted
surfaces. DO NOT PRY AGAINST THE VEHICLE BODY, THIS
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.
2. - Alternate Method - Locate notch in rear of each cover to insert
plastic pry bar. Remove cover by prying up (with
tool) and lifting rear at 45 degree angle (Fig 1).
Be careful not to scratch, damage or dent any painted
surfaces. DO NOT PRY AGAINST THE VEHICLE BODY, THIS
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.
3. Check assembly clips for damage and dislocation.
Replace if necessary.
4. Open the lever on one side of front/rear cross bar. Gently set the
cross bar, with the arrows facing forward, into the channel of the
side rails (Figure 2). Guide both sides into the track.
5. To adjust cross bars, open lever and place cross bars in desired
location. Close lever (Figure 3). Try to move bars forward/back
until they lock into place.
6. Reinstall rear covers by holding cover at a 45 degree angle and
inserting the front tab into the rear of the roof rack. After aligning,
snap cover in place (Figure 4). Be sure that the rubber lip does not
interfere with the covers, and that the covers are fully seated.
7. Reinstall the radio antenna.
Note: To remove the cross bars, remove the antenna, remove the
covers, open lever of cross bar and slide to end of rail. Hold
down locking fingers (on both RH/LH rear rail supports) with
a flat head screwdriver (Figure 5). This will allow removal of
cross bars from the rails.
well.. few old mobile phone antenna was easy to remover i remmber old day when my father use to own Erricson moble phone you can can the antenna and plug it out simply up wards but new phone i heard that we must unscrew them to replace the problem . better get it to the repair guy . i am sure he won't charge you much for this