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The Trackback function does not work anymore. It just shows "Processing Track..." for ages and does not change at all. Walter

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2) adjust the REED swtich, test for open or faulty, clean it, and tigh the connector very well.
3) tight the ribbon cables inside, clean it, and tight very w.
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The big screen that i have is a Hitachi.i've had it for about 9 years.i am experiencing with it showng double can you help me.. my name is walter odom..


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The problem that I am suddenly facing is that I can't change channels or volume or use any other function. I can't even turn it off with remote control.

Its stuck randomly on a particular channel that I was watching at that point of time.

Along with that channel it now shows a message in flashing red color that reads :-
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Now when I press ''Display'' button on remote control volume goes off and this code is shown :-
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Hi, I' sorry to hear you are having problems,
Walter, I am confused, you say it is a brand new MacBook that shows signs of technical problems,... before installing any software program from the internet, please bring it right back to where you purchased that machine, they will be more than happy to get you back up and running.
Apple is very serious about their reputation and would hate to know that you are stuck with a non functional brand new macbook.
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·         Right-click on the item that you want to add, then select Add to Playlist. A pop-up window will appear. Select an existing playlist or add a new one. Your selection is now added to your playlist.
 
·         Delete a track. When you do not want a track on your playlists anymore, you are able to delete it. To delete tracks and playlists, click to highlight an item. Right-click the item and select Delete from Library to delete it.
 
·         To Edit track information, click on a track. Right-click and select Edit. Click on the text boxes to edit relevant information.
 
·         Once all changes have been made, connect your GoGear to your computer with your USB cable and download the new playlists.

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