I have an Evenflo discovery child restraint. I need to adjust the straps back into the lowest position\slots. How do I put the harness adjuster in the lowest position\slots? I have a newborn due any day and need get get this done.
Before helping out i think you should read this first!
AAFES RECALL NO.
RELEASE DATE: 4 February 2008 SUBJECT: HAZARDOUS RECALL
- Evenflo recalls Discovery Child Safety Seats for a potential
restraint failure. DISTRIBUTION: WORLDWIDE
In cooperation with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),
Evenflo Baby Products Inc. of Vandalia, OH is voluntarily recalling
Discovery Child Safety Seats listed below for a potential restraint
failure. Items: Discovery Child Safety Seats Number of Units Involved: Approximately One million Description: The Discovery car seat is designed with a
convenience base that attaches to the vehicle's seat and allows the seat
to be attached or removed from the vehicle without removing the base. Hazard: Tests conducted by NHTSA and the Evenflo company has
found that these car seats have the potential to separate from its base.
Seats could fail to adequately protect children in a high impact side
collision. Models Recalled: 390, 391, 534 and 552 Production Dates: Between
April 2005 and January 29, 2008 Sold at: Major retailers and Catalogs. AAFES sold Models 390 and
391 through retail stores and catalog. Remedy: Evenflo is providing current owners of these models with
a free supplemental dual-hook fastener that has proven that the seat
remains attached to the base in the event of such collisions. Instructions for Customers: Owners of the affected seats can
contact Evenflo toll-free at 800-356-2229 between 8am and 5pm ET or visit
their website at http://safety.evenflo.com/cs/sc/cssc_RD.phtml
Consumers with questions about this or any other safety recall campaign
may call NHTSA’s toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline 1-888-327-4236 (TTY:
800-424-9153); or go to http://www.safercar.gov.
If you still want to adjust the straps, here is a link in pdf format to guide you with your straps and/or harness:
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You will need to go through the speaker setup menu and select the configuration and crossover frequency for the speakers. If you set to full range, your sub will not be engaged. Subs are only good at low frequencies, so use the lowest frequency for the crossover. (40-80Hz) If you have the audyssey microphone plug it and follow the directions to re-balance the equalization for the room and seating positions. If you don't use Audyssey, you'll need to tune all of the config setting manually. Some may be re-used if the distance is the same, but the loudness (+/- DB settings) and cross overs are probably going to be different for the new Klipsch speakers.
Not sure exactly with this one looked at a googled picture. The counter balance weight needs to come forward toward the stylus to increase weight and move back to decrease. there looks to be a thumb screw on the right of the counter weight turn anti clockwise slightly one of three things will happen either the weight will start to move down the arm, the screw will undo the weight will come loose and can be moved forward or back on the arm or not very much at all will happen at all.
Best to mark the position of the weight first so you can return it to its original position after you over adjust and cut your own grooves in you cherished vinyl only a small adjustment is required. failing that put a small piece of blu-tack on the top of the cartridge only joking.
Hi, Yes you should make adjustments.KEF makes very good products, however if you don't handle this you will have to replace or service it. 1 If the woofer is very close to you, relocate it further away. The reason being is that the lower the frequency the larger the wave form. The lowest waveforms will become louder. 2 Adjust the high frequency cut off to be at 80Hz. This should eliminate boom. Higher Sub frequency tend to muddy the sound. 3 The sub should have a subtle effect in music. So the relationship between it and the speakers it augments the sound of should be seamless. 4 If you are playing Rap or Reggie music and you like to play it loud. Add another sub into the system and locate it NEXT TO the KEF Sub. In this fashion the two subs will reinforce each other's energy. They will "couple" thus multiplying their energy considerably. Hope this helps, Best Regards, Mark
hello.. the sw level is short for your subwoofers volume setting .when you use a subwoofer thats powered and connect it to your recievers sub out,this is than a way to adjust the subs volume from your seating position rather than only adjusting it from the back of the sub.. i recommend putting your subs volume(on the back of the sub itself) to midpoint and playing a bass heavy song or movie and adjusting the sub level on the reciever to how you like it.. enjoy
hi yes you can do this press AUD button near the on/off/volume control momentarily to step through the following audio adjustment options volume, bass,treble, balance (left to right) and fader (front to back). when the desired option appears in the display, rotate the volume control knob to adjust that audio feature. When no adjustments have been made for three seconds, the unit will resume normal operation. so you can fade the speakers to however you want them...hope this helps
I don't know how to change the tuning step from .2 Mhz to .1 Mhz, but whatever you do - don't adjust those tunable slugs! If you are told to - I would be very suspect of any procedure that says you must. Those types of coils are adjusted by a threaded iron core that when turned by the slot on top, either raise up from or slide down into the coil. Furthermore, use of a metal screwdriver is a big no-no to make those adjustments. Specially made fiberglass tweaker tools are used to adjust or tune these iron slugs, and often require special equipment (o-scope, DMM, etc) or other specific detailed procedure for proper setup. Fiberglass is used as it does not interact with the iron slug like a metal screwdriver would (appearing as more metal) by affecting the magnetic field of the coil. It has nothing to due with electric shock protection. Good luck!
its more than that i think you have either turned your speakers a/b off or have blown up the sound valve i would send it in for checking by a ppro as no adjustment would be needed to get at least some sound
Hello I had the same issue the take up reel tensions need to be adjusted try this thread tape so that there is no slack hold one of the tension guide reels try the right one first hold it so that it is in the 12 oclockpostion this is so that it wont retract to the left which will prevent the motor from stopping or going into the cut off position if it continues to play with you holding it in this position the the tension for the reels need adjusting this can be done by slightly turning the blue adjustment knobs that read PLAY / TU 7 FWD 10 one is for 7 inch reel and the other is for 10 inch reels it's the board at the very top of deck when you take the cover off turn them slightly to the left until problem is gone this is what I did and it worked
Hi Mikey. I shure hope you have solved your problem by now, but for everyone else, I woud like to shead some light on this matter. What you need to do is to adjust the auto-return lever that is located between the center of the platter and the tonearm, underneath the plastic cover. To do so, you first need to remove the platter so that can reach the adjustment-screw.
This is how the lever looks like in my PL-300X and it should look the same for you. I've marked the adjustment-screw that can be reached through a hole under the platter.
and this is what it looks like with the cover on:
Hope this can solve your or anyone elses problem.
Ciao / Albin