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Function screen says CB open...??? It will not count change or do any function. I changed the batteries and still get the reading.

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I have a Nikon D 60. I just took a series of pictures, however when I went to preview them, none of them were there. I've checked the memory card, battery is charged, and setting was on Auto. What


The question is not clear. First you should check image shot count is changing when you press shutter button completely. If the shot count number changing, then your camera is functioning. But the shot count number is not changing then you have several possible problem cause! It could be main PCB, SD memory card, or CMOS control unit. Please give more detail of the problem.

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How do I change the clock on a oxo digital timer?


I'm assuming that you're referring to OXO's Digital Timer Model #1061978. OXO doesn't provide a copy of the instruction booklet for download, but I also own this timer, and this is what I've learned:

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To set clock:

  1. Press and hold clock/timer button for 3 seconds (clock icon will appear on left side of screen).
  2. Input time using keypad then quickly press clock/timer button to save.
To set timer:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Enter desired time using keypad (to a maximum of 99hrs:99mins:99secs).
  4. Press stop/start to begin countdown.
  5. Pause countdown by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  6. When countdown is complete, timer will beep continuously for 30 seconds and display will flash. Timer will then beep every 10 seconds for 10 minutes until the stop/start button is pressed.
  7. Press clock/timer button to return to clock function.
To time activities:

  1. Press and release clock/timer button.
  2. If necessary, press clear/memory so timer reads all zeroes.
  3. Press stop/start and plus (+) sign will appear on right side of screen as timer begins counting up.
  4. Pause count-up by pressing stop/start; resume by pressing button again.
  5. When you're finished timing, press stop/start to end timing function.
  6. Press clock/timer to return to clock function.

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How to turn up modulation on uniden PRO 510xl? I noticed it has tuneable vr4, I used vr4 to turn up the modulation on my cobra 29 ltd bt but are they the same on all cb radios?


No they are different. the pro 510 doesn't have a variable like the 29.
just trace the audio wire back to the audio transformer there should be a transistor on that section. best is to change the value of the resistors controling it to increase modulation.. if you take it out.. it will be wide open.. and can cause issues like splattering on adjacent channels. same goes for cutting the audio limiting diode, will cause the same issues. leave the parts in the circuits just change the values to achieve 100% modulation on a scope or wattmeter with a modulation function.

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Changed drum July 2010, display panel continued to say change drum, but was printing fine until now the printer stops printing in the middle of a report, I have to open and shut the "hood"...


When you change the drum you must reset the drum count.
1: press ONLINE button once. The lcd display will read offline.
2: press MENU button until the lcd display reads MAINT. Menu.
3: press ITEM+ button twice. The lcd display will read drum count reset.
4: press SELECT button once. this will save the drum count reset.
5: press ONLINE button once. You will notice the Change Drum Message
has disappeared. You should be able to print at this time.

Good Luck

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FUJI Finepix A700 The picture count will not reset and I have tried various empty cards. In essence it is saying the memory is full when there is 2G open on the card. I noticed it was not resetting...


This camera has a frame count capacity far beyond what is normally conceivable at a whopping 999-9999 images so I'm going to assume that the frame counter has been corrupted and given a faults count. This can be reset but first the card needs to be formatted to this camera. I've done a screen shot of the sequence because it's easier for me and will show you were and what functions need to be carried out. Also this count can be upset by opening the battery door or removing the memory card while the camera is still in the power on position hope this solves your problem.
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The touch screen randomly stopped working, & isn't letting me call out/receive calls! it will force close out of pretty much everthing! I admit to dropping it a lot.. but it alwaysed worked after!, I...


hi

there must be the display gets damaged in your phone. change the touch display of your mobile screen and format the phone this will able you to fix this problem.. just change the display screen of your mobile..

thank you

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Message reading change drum soon permanently on screen. changed the drum as no printing could be seen, ie paper blank. however, still got the change drum message on the screen. how do i get rid of this?


7 Wait until the time, date and answering mode appear on the display. Then press the SELECT FUNCTION key. ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif 8 Press the 7/COUNTER DISPLAY One-Touch key. The display will show DRUM COUNT. ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif 9 Press 2.413c?openelement&fieldelemformat=gif to clear the image drum unit
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LCD display on minolta autometer 3 constantly blinking


I can't help but have the same problem! battery OK. Can change ASA/ Time but when I press button to take a light reading the display flashes for about a minute. did you ever find a solution?

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How do I use the stopwatch on iPod nano?


"iPod Software 1.0 for iPod nano introduces a Stopwatch feature. You can use the Stopwatch as you exercise to track your overall time and, if you're running on a track, your lap times too. The Stopwatch menu is located in the Extras menu. To access the Stopwatch from the main menu, select Extras, then Stopwatch, and then Timer (Extras > Stopwatch > Timer) to see its display. Total time of session Current lap time Left button (Start function shown)1 Battery indicator Right button (Clear function shown)1 The left and right buttons' names and functions will change, depending on the current state of the Stopwatch. Using the Stopwatch When you first enter the Stopwatch screen, the left button is labeled Start and the right button is labeled Clear. To use the Stopwatch, select the Start button (use the Click Wheel to highlight the Start button, then press the Center button). The Stopwatch creates a new session, and both the total time of the session and the current lap time begin counting: When these counters begin, the left button changes to Pause and the right button changes to Lap: If you select the Lap button, the current lap time will be recorded in the session's log, then the Stopwatch resets the lap time to zero and begins counting the new lap's time. The total time of the session will freeze for 5 seconds after you select the Lap button so you can quickly view your total time at the end of that lap. After 5 seconds, the total time of the session displays the correct total time and resumes counting. If you select the Pause button, both timers will stop counting and the left and right buttons will change to Resume and Done, respectively. If you select Resume, both timers will begin counting again. If you select Done, the Stopwatch records all the final times and creates statistics for your session in a log. Please note that selecting the Done button does not reset the display. You will see the final times for your total time and lap time displayed: To reset the display, select the Clear button (appears after you click Done and then select Timer again). Stopwatch Behaviors You can play music and use the Stopwatch at the same time. When iPod nano displays the Stopwatch screen, the Play/Pause, Next/Fast-forward, and Previous/Rewind buttons control music playback as usual. If you're playing music, you'll see an icon in the upper-left corner of the Stopwatch screen that indicates the current playback state: A play icon indicates that music is currently playing. A pause icon indicates that a song is currently paused. You can use the Menu button and the Click Wheel to navigate to other menus without interrupting the Stopwatch. Note: The Stopwatch will prevent your iPod from sleeping if it's counting. The Stopwatch will automatically stop if any of these three conditions are met: The total time counter reaches 24 hours iPod goes into hibernation (you can start it again when you wake iPod) You conne

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