I went to the site you suggested but I am not sure of the part name of the piece I discribed to you. What is it called? I do not see a picture of the part. I need a little more guidance - I know nothing about these things.
Good morning - I got my Samsung Sync at Christmas and about a month ago I purchased Tetris.
My thumb nail has already damaged the left-right up-down plate at the the top. Is it possible for me to replace only the plastic face on the control and if so what would I order?
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If you are lucky, it only went in protection mode and after disconnecting the power for a little while and reconnecting things could come back. But if the system did not have an overload protection, a fuse can be blown, or worse the power supply or power amp can be blown to pieces. There is one thing semiconductors don't like is work over their limit.
well it would depend, if its a new netgear router, i would suggest to configure it manually, its much easier. especially the wireless connection. just type 192.168.1.1 username is ADMIN and password is PASSWORD all this in lower case. make sure of it. then check on the left side of the site and click on wireless settings. look for ssid or network name, then create your own personal network name. next is go to SECURITY OPTIONS. make sure you click on WPA-PSK(TKIP) then you would see the passphrase is blank. type in you network password and make sure its 8 characters or more. and click on apply. make sure to write down your network name and password on a piece of paper for future references....and try to test your wireless connection..........
I recently had to replace a lamp on my Epson projector. I was given the projector and had no idea what the cost of a new lamp was. I went to the Epson website to discover they wanted $450.00 for a new lamp! I went on Ebay and entered my product name, serial #, model #, & new lamp - I got one for $185.00. I suggest if you haven't already found one, to follow a similar path - and if the JVC site wants a fortune for the lamp - see what you can do on Ebay!
I would suggest calling the police around the area you bought it from and see if anyone has reported their radio missing in their car. I don't buy things on Ebay "as Discribed", unless it comes from a reliable source (usually someone who has their own ebay store or warehouses). This is probably a radio that the guy broke into and stole out of someones car. Probably tried to use it and found out there was a lock code. If there has been one that has been reported as stolen within that area they will know a key code to turn it back on. Then send the police to pick up the guy and get your money back.
If the Police don't have any reports of stolen cars broken into and radios missing. I would suggest calling KenWood or checking with their site to find a way to reset this code. If you paid a lot for this product I don't see why anyone would be selling it AS IS. It sounds too Fishy for me.