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Photos have a black corner. Sometimes upper right, sometimes lower right. The black corner covers approximately 5% of the width and height of the image. Can I fix this myself?

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This might also come from a problem with a dealignment of one of he servo-motors (horizontal or vertical) which center the lens during anti-shake adjustment.
If your camera vibraets at start or shows a vibrating image on display then this is the problem.
Then the lens is often out of axis and black corners appear on the display and of course on the picture...
I have not found the solution but have posted a request !
It may only be some disconnected part near the lens but unfortunately nobody shows pictures of HOW to dismantle the Z5 ! and WHERE are these 'bloddy' servo-motors or alignment devices ?...

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SOURCE: Half of the image on the screen of my Nikon L6

This indicates a flaw in the matrix that creates the image on the screen. The parts that have failed are often an integral part of the LCD screen and would likely have to be replaced as a unit. Unless someone here has already been involved in either repairing or has repaired this problem, the cost is hard to guess but it may be close to replacement cost of the camera. This happened to a three-year-old Olympus of ours and I found the display at close to $100 US so the camera is retired.

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What is the weight? Could it be lifted into a car?


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How to reset nokia mobiles life timer to ''0''


Nokia life timer is a counter that keeps track of the Total call time of your phone. It will show how much the phone has been used, and it?s the best thing to check if you?re planning to buy a used Nokia Mobile.
To see the Total Call Time or the life timer counter, On the standby screen type the following code *#92702689# (Easy way to remember this is ? *#war0anty#). And it will pop up a message that shows the life timer in hours and minutes.

Here is a detailed procedure to make this life timer zero.


REQUIREMENTS:
The following files are required to reset the life timer:
  1. Nemesis service suite link: Download from Here
  2. lifetimer.pm file: Download Here
PROCEDURE:
1. Download and Extract the lifetimer.pm file, and Download Nemesis Service Suite.

2. Install Nemesis Service Suite on your Computer, It won?t take much time.(select the first option)

3. Install Nokia Cable Drivers (No need to install, if you have Nokia PC Suite already installed)

4. Connect The Phone in ?PC Suite? Mode to the PC

5. Open Nemesis Service Software

6. Click on ?Scan for new Device? Button on Top right Corner 



7. It Will take a few seconds to scan, and it will load up the software interface after communicating with the Phone.

8. Click the ?Phone Info? Button.


9. On the Bottom, Select and open the ?Permanent Memory? Tab, which is next to the Fbus info.


10. Click the ?Write? button on Below right, and open the Extracted lifetimer.pm file on your PC. 


11. After the lifetimer.pm file is opened , it will immediately start writing it to the Phone?s EEPROM Area.




12. The Procedure will end when the progress bar reaches 20%. This is normal , and on the bottom right side, it will display its done.

13. Unplug the Phone, and Restart it.

14. After boot up, Check the life timer .


Note: This method has been tested on following devices: Nokia 6630, 6670, 6680, 5500 sport, 5700XM, 6110 Navigator, 6120 Classic, N70, N72, N73,N76, E50, E51, E61i, E65, N80, N91, N95, N95 8GB, 5800XM Mobile devices. If you want to try it on other S60v3 or S60v5 mobiles, do it at your own risk.


Caution:
  • Power Failure During Writing will cause damage to the Phone, And there is a chance that it might brick the phone as well.
  • Loose, worn out Data Cables Might fail the Writing process, and there are chances of damage to the EEPROM area of the phone.
  • Do not attempt this with phones that are not included in the confirmed list.
By:- Mohammed Abdulhadi

on Jun 21, 2010 | Cell Phones

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How do I delete watch latter videos all at once or do I have to do it one by one


The question is oddly worded. If this doesn't answer your question, you might try more carefully explaining what you'd like to do.

If you would like to delete multiple videos that you have taken with your iPad, and you are using iOS 8, you can:
  • Launch either the Photos app or the Camera app
    • in the Photo app, touch the last picture taken in the lower left corner of the screen
    • Select "All Photos" in the upper left corner of the screen
  • Choose the group of photos and videos you would like to work with
  • Touch "Select" in the upper right of the screen
    • touch each photo or video you would like to delete
    • touch the garbage can icon in the lower right corner of the screen.

Feb 19, 2015 | Apple iPad Mini

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Can you send us a picture of the kawasaki zx750 carb


Now that that\'s out, this page is all about jetting a motorcycle. I will only apply one set of jets and make one series of adjustments. The motorcycle that this paper demonstrates is a California model 2002 Kawasaki zx-7r. The "Jet Kit" applied is by Factory Pro. For the series of pages I will cover California emissions removal, Adjusting the carburetor float height and a modifcation known as "The float bowl mod" as gleaned from the vast resource known as the zx7r Owners Club Discussion Forum, Perhaps the greatest motorcycle resource known to man.
Step 1 - Preparation

Airbox

Remove the gas tank and air filter until you are looking at the bottom of the airbox.(Upper Right) Clean out the inside of the airbox while you are in here, there\'s no time like the present. Disconnect the the PCV hose from the bottom of the airbox. (Upper Left)Turn out the three screws and remove the airbox (Lower Right).

Put all the screws in a box and get them out of the way! You won\'t be seeing them for a few hours so the further the better. (Lower Left)

Step 2 : Smog

Smog

Removing the California Emissions from your streetbike is *******. For race applications tho, it\'s all good. The California emissions is a bit more complicated than the 49 states setup(upper left), but you might notice that they have only added an evap system to it (Upper Right). Other than that I can\'t tell a difference. What we will be removing is everything emmisions, short the PCV hose that is mentioned above. When everything has been removed join the two reed plate hoses at the top. You can also buy a block off plate from Muzzy\'s or some other race manufacturer. When you have removed all the smog, you should have a box of junk similar to the one on the right, because I intend to put the smog back on, I will be keeping all the gear.

]Finally, plug off the four vacuum lines that go into the head benieth the carbs: Use 5/32" plugs.

Ken Waters\' Patented "Float Bowl Mod"

This modification is the brainchild of Mr. Ken Waters, who was clearly a brilliant technician who has passed away in an unfortunate accident. I don\'t know much about his passing. Speculation is that the accident was not motorcycle related. Reading thru Ken\'s posts on the Zx7r Owner\'s Club Discussion Forum has helped many motorcycle owners, and myself, understand a load more about how bike tuning is done.

Principle: (As paraphrased from Ken Waters)

In order to get the pressure in the float bowls equal to the pressure in the airbox, racebikes enclose the entire carb assembly in the airbox. As logic, fate would have it we are supplied with little hoses that run into the float bowls of our carbeurators. We are going to exploit these hoses to ballance the preasure throughout the fuel system.

Situational Information:

Now, as if knowing the two hoses that appear to come from the top of the carbs and indeed are attached to the top of the carbs are the ones we are going to use isn\'t confusing enough, I\'m going to tell you that they are connected directly to the float bowls which are at the bottom of the carb assembly. When we pull the carbs off later you will see that the tap is at the top, and the orifice is in the float bowl.

Application:

It\'s real easy. Just connect the two hoses that are discussed above directly to the airbox. There are many opinions about how to do this, I chose to destroy as few parts as possible in an effort to keep as many of the stock parts in tact as possible. I melted one end of a leftover vacuum "T" shut (Upper Right) and connected it to the hose that used to connect the evap cannister and intake silencer to the airbox(Upper Left). Again, trying to keep as many stock pieces stock, I plugged off the other line to the airbox with a screw(Lower Right). I do however, suggest using this other line to connect there, as it can provide a better seal to the airbox. I compensate for this by using a hoseclamp on the one I used.

Note: No matter how you connect it, connect the line where the clean air is, between the air filter and the carbs.

Step 4: Install and Adjust

Finally We Work The Carbs!Disconnect the fuel line where it t\'s off into the carbs.(1) Open the throttle assembly on the handle bars and let the slack out of the throttle cable there. (2) Pull the two throttle cables off the carbs and lift the throttle cables from their pirches. Loosen the four mainfold clamps and remove the carbs by pulling out and up at the same time. (3)

Once they\'re out, turn the carbs upside down on the work bench and remove the sixteen screws that hold the float bowls on (4) and remove the float bowls. Place carb assembly on its side to remove any pressure from the floats and measure the float height with the floats resting lightly on the float pin so as not to push it in at all, but not rise above it either.(5) The floats stock should mesure 13mm. We need to change this to 15.5mm for our Jet Kit. Do so by bending the little tab between the floats and the float pin. (Right)

After you\'ve adjusted the float hieght, remove the main jets and emulsifier tubes and replace them with your choice of factory mains and tubes. I chose the 168 outer / 178 inner (Smaller) combonation because of my altitude.(6)

Remove the four black caps on the top of the carbs. (7) Be careful because they are spring loaded! Remove the needle jets and place shims "as necessary" (Consult with Factory Pro or a tuner in your area about this.) My favorite wrench jockey suggested two shims and so far it seems he was right, response is genuinly smooth all the way through. Replace the stock springs with Factory springs if provided.

To finish of the mods, I added a 4 degree Factory ignition advancer.(8) An easy install that smoothes out throttle response even further.

Oct 21, 2014 | Motorcycles

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Riso 370 d-17


D-17 indicates incorrect master roll. there's several possibilites for this. the mosty common are:

1. its an incorrect master roll
2. (common) if you look at the back of the drum there's a black coupling jack. check the silver pins. sometimes the pins come undone and push back from making contact. (sometimes not straightenable and must be replaced)
3. (less common) Same issue as above, pins are pushed back on black jack behind master making unit inside of riso. (sometimes not straightenable and must be replaced)
4. (rarely) antenna is loose either inside of drum or from antenna pcb in lower right corner, behind front cover of master making unit.
5. (even more rare) bad rf reader, antenna, cable (usually visably pinched) or antenna pcb

Mar 06, 2014 | Riso RZ220 Duplicator

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Trying to delete a photo from facebook that I put on by mistake


I hope I can help!

Probably the easiest way to do this is:
1. Log into your facebook
2. Click on "profile" in the upper right-hand corner
3. On the left where it says "photos," "info," etc . . . click on "photos"
4. Choose the album that has the photo you want to delete
5. Click on that photo
6. When it pops up, there should be an option in the lower-left hand corner that says "delete"
That should do it!
I hope that helped!

Jun 13, 2011 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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My grandson has a rm 125. he is a little short. and I would like to lower the height of it. Is there a way to do this by adjusting the rear shock?Or do I have to change wheels and front end?


My son has raced for years, and every time he moved up a bike size and was a little small for it, I cut down the seat for him. It's actually pretty easy to do, and if you look closely a lot of pro's cut their seats as well. Remove the staples from the bottom of the seat and pull the cover off to expose the foam. I typically will mark the foam with a black marker, making a gradual curve from 0 to 2' down where his **** is and back to zero again at the rear. An electric carving knife works great, but a hacksaw blade will do a nice job as well. After cutting the height down, fold the seat cover at the seams, center it on top of the foam and trace the original width of the seat in black marker around the cover. Then taper the foam on each side back to it's original width. I then buff the knive marks out with a open rasp or a scotch brite pad. Restretch the cover from the middle first to both ends, an electric stapler works best with 5/16 staples. Trim the excess cover with a razor and your finished. Good luck!

Jun 09, 2011 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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Instructions for threading Baby lock eclipse BLE1LX for 2 thread sergering


I have just learned this :)
Either needle thread may be engaged for 2-thread serging.
1. Open the front cover and cutting blade cover, cut the upper looper thread just above the threading guide ( this is plate that has two holes for the threads) Raise the presser foot and pull out the clipped thread from under the foot. Remove upper thread from the machine (or you can leave the cone thread on, it doesn't matter).
2. Rotate the handwheel to bring the upper looper to its lowest position.
3. Rotate the subsidiary looper up and to the left, then slip the end into the upper looper thread eye from backside.(this sounds complicated, yes? but it is very simple : the looper has a counter part that is spring-locked to move from left to right and right to left. This is the little claw-looking part of the looper that when in the postion to serg with four threads is to the right side of the looper. It looks like a scorpion's tale. If you can't figure which part it is, use your finger to probe the looper and you'll feel it give a little. This part needs to be moved to the left - it will not slide over, but swing up and over and down, like an arch. Then, where the thread comes out of the looper is where you want the little claw-like part to hook into.)
4. Close the covers. Decrease the needel tension - this depends on what the stitch length is. Stitch length: 2-3, stitch width: 3.0 = L needle n/a, R needle 1; upper looper n/a, lower looper 5
stitch length: 2-3, stitch width: 5.0 = L needle 0, R needle n/a, upper looper n/a, lower looper 3.5

Those are for a flatlock stitch - for a 2-thread rolled edge :
Stitch length: 0.5, stitch width: M = L needle n/a, R needle 4.5, upper looper n/a, lower looper 3.5
Stitch lenght: 1.0, stitch width: M = L needle n/a, R needle 4, upper lopper n/a, lower looper 3.0

If you have any questions, e-mail me at knowgodnofear@bex.net

Aug 10, 2008 | Baby Lock Eclipse Serger

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Shutter Opens Partially


This is a common problem for the A520 (it happens on mine sometimes). Recommend trying only the simple fixes listed on the following web page, but do not recommend opening the front cover which is also listed here. The A520 is a little tricky getting back together.

http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/repair-of-stuck-lens-covers.html

May 17, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A520 Digital Camera

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