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Only at the top??? Really? Go into your settings use your remote obviously, click on menu, and go to picture settings. I have an LG TV as well, Im thinking the remotes should be relatively close enough to the same. Look for you screen settings in your menu
A few ideas. 1) Try the motor home where you are now and see. Find some REALLY steep hills or something and try it out. 2) If it is an automatic transmission, you may need to purchase a "transmission cooler" kit to add on before you try mountain climbing. 3) If it is a stick shift, take along another clutch disc and pressure plate and throwout bearing in case you burn yours up. 4) And remember, cars and trucks that normally operate at sea level will not do well in high mountains. They need to have the timing and/or carburetor set for high altitudes. 5) Many countries outside the USA have different octane ratings on their gasoline, you will need to take along the stuff to set your engine to the octane rating of the gas you buy. Be blessed
Try this. On your remote control there should be a button that says "Aspect" hit that button and it will probably say "zoom1" or "zoom". If you continue pressing the button it will give you several option. My TV is set to "Wide" which is what I am sure yours should be as well. Or simply continue pressing the button until the picture is at the setting you are accustom too. I hope this helps with the problem,Jason
Reason is pretty common as these 2 stokes and all 2 strokes they really only designed for one thing - Wide open throttle ! Race track performance. short bursts of flat out to clear all fuel and oil enough to idle through tight corner then straight into wide open throttle again.
Some alternatives for you to try would be lean out the fuel air screw just tiny amount 1 / 8th off a turn in. See if bit leaner setting helps your low RPM a bit also you could consider less oil in the fuel mix 32:1 is pretty high on oil. Most would run these at around 40:1 at the track
you don't need to make big changes just adjust to 36:1 first just to check the results - you will soon know if is improvement or not ?
Only change one thing at a time then test ride or you will never know the right direction if the change helps then great but if no change or worse, put it back to original setting and try something else until you find the right direction
If the bike is at its best flat out then there cannot be to much wrong thats actually perfect really! so just some very fine tuning should get you where you want to be - Good luck! regards Jamie
The parts required for this are available but difficult to find. The overall repair is not that difficult for anyone that has fixed these before. You'll spend more time getting to the jack than replacing it. Try calling Samsung parts and give them the model as well as the circuit designation of the jack. This designation will be written on the PC board. For less than $5 you should be able to get the jack. Ask a local service shop to install for you and you are off and running.
Check and see if the pulleys are shiny looking, also are the batteries low on charge, if you have more than one battery the load on the alt is huge, add in a low or bad set of batteries and then the belt can deliver enough power to spin the alternator, and it slips. Worked on motorhomes for year's, saw this allot.
Try using your RCA imput to see how the picture looks compared to the tuner picture,is possible your tuner imput is bad,make sure the conector is not loose,the overall picture should look different but not fuzzy all over,using a dvd picture thru the aux (rca)imput should show you the difference.If the conector is loose only it could be repaired but if it is solid the tuner might be bad and it will need to be replaced along with any board it might be mounted to.Let us know how it goes or if you need more information.