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It does sound like there is an interference issue with the remote control. Make sure there are no sources of heat or light near the receiver, and that it has a clear line of sight. Other possibilities for interference could be equipment or some LCD TV's have been known to cause interference.
If you continue experiencing any difficulties let me know here and I would be happy to try other steps with you, or see about getting the right remote out so you can make the TV1 a UHF signal to bypass that interference.
Cable internet is a bit trickier to troubleshoot because it uses coaxial/optical infrastructure from your ISP to your home. Also, depending on the fine print of your contract, you may be stuck with them. Usually ISPs have a clause that they'll deliver UP TO 15mbps but they dont guarantee that you'll get that speed. Your browsing speed depends on the quality of cabling, distance from their main facility, distance from the closest optical link, distance from the closest amplifier, and amount of connections drawing connection from that same amplifier. I'd also suggest that you run pingtest.net and see the quality of your connection when the internet feels fast, and when you think it's slow. Raw speed is not the decisive measurement. It's mostly a marketing trick. Usually, what matters is the ping rate and jitter. In other words, how fast two computers can communicate both ways without losing the integrity of the connection (ping) and what is the amount of noise (jitter).
Hey June, the correct assembly. cleaning. setting, and adjustments of the carburetor are CRITICAL....Please take the carb to a qualified professional to get it cleaned and set. Ask him which screw sets the idle speed..and you can set it when you reassemble it.. (ONLY adjust the idle speed screw!!)
IF this machine has oil injection, and its been working fine.. do not adjust it...AND .. if the oil is injected into the carb (i've seen one or two bikes with this set-up)..its working fine..the fuel/air will be taken care of when the carb is fixed! Make sure your air filter is clean!!.. and a new spark plug will help!!
Try to check if the internet connection works fine first on the main PC where the router is connected. If its working, its just a wireless distance problem. Try to change the wireless channel of the router by accessing the router's user interface or setup page.
If your modem can fax a local number or dial-up an Internet Service Provider in your Local Area then your Internal Modem is just fine.
Check if the configuration of your Modem to access outside long-distance number.
Go to your Control Panel-Open Phone & Modem Options-Dialing Rules (Tab)- then click on EDIT Button.
You can enter the number needed to have a long distance dialing.
If you don't know the number needed for long-distance dialing then ask your Local Phone Service Provider.