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That would be a trick. 824 means 8 lines and 24 extensions. An 82470 fits in one of the 2 remaining slots of the 824 system and it has no lines and 8 extensions. For the price, it's a pretty worthless card, as it will have no resale value. I think the price difference between an 82470 and an 82483 (3x8) is about $100 and maybe $50 more than an 82481 (2x8).
The battery is incorporated into the photo pack: you get a new battery when you change photo packs.
The problem is that all photo packs are now long out of date.(the last photo packs were manufactured nearly three years ago) and that batteries are likely to either be dead or to have insufficient power to finish a photo pack. Photo packs which have been kept refrigerated will have fresh photo chemistry, but cold kills batteries, so the only way that they're guaranteed to work is by modifying the camera to accept an external 6v power supply.
The expense of photo packs, their scarcity and the fact that most are now useless means that Polaroid Instant cameras are now worthless and virtually unusable. Last summer, a French company acquired the rights to remanufacture photo packs but has yet to announce a production date, but if they do go into production you can expect to pay at least £30 for just ten photos.
All photo formats eventually die: unfortunately Polaroid Instant has effectively done so along with some 35mm negative and transparency films.
No imation brand is known for problems but maxell usually work great i suggest cleaning the cd burner try compressed air can spray out the cd burner with the door open you may have dust on the laser lens...
double check that you are providing phantom power to it - this is a condenser. make sure there are no transformers between it and the console which might interfere with phantom power reaching the mic. try an alternate cable and or a different channel on the mixer, etc.
That is easy! You don't. Even if you get it to work, you will never pass SMOG, so it would be a worthless car because without a SMOG test with "passed" on it. You have a fancy fully functioning car that you cannot drive (leaglly).
For example, I have a customer that Frankensteined his Jeep, and although it works awesome, it cannot pass smog; so it is a lost cause. It works great, but it cannot be smogged.
These cars have different settings both in design and computer settings. Your smog test might keep you from enjoying your success in making your "Frankenstein".
Clean the unit if possible. does the cartridge eject? if so, load it with a cd player cleaner, preferrably one that uses a cleaning solution. put it in tray slot 1. load and wait. try this a few times then try a good disc, one that is not scratched up. changers are hard on cd's. If it's still not working, below the cartridge slot there should be an inverted dimple that you can press with a ball point pen. This is a reset. It should have this button, I just can't remember the exact location if it's not right there. Hope this helps. If you have a spare cartridge try that as well, as they warp.
First off you need to make sure that your cd player in your car can play recordable media. Secondly sometimes some CD-Rs just dont work in certain players. So try the cd in a different player see if it works. If not the cd is bad, if so try different software. If it plays in a different cd player then its just your car player. Try a different brand CD-R if that occurs. Good luck. Lee
Is this problem with windows media player only or with rest players also.
You try to repair your media player using your XP installation CD and then install a good codec pack such as XP codec pack or K-Lite codec pack.These are available for free .
Hope this works for you.