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Depending on your computer, you can use the following:
To Remove many programs, go to Control Panel.
On the Start menu, enter Control Panel in the search box and select Control Panel from the results.
Select Programs > Programs and Features, and then select the program.
To remove the program, select Uninstall or, if that's not available, Change.
Follow the directions on the screen
or apps downloaded from the Mac App Store, just go to Launchpad by clicking the icon in the Dock or pinching the thumb and three fingers together on the Trackpad. Find the app you want to remove, hold down its icon until you see it jiggles, then hit the "X" button to delete it.
For apps downloaded from other websites or transferred from discs, on your desktop, click Go > Applications > look for the programs you want to uninstall, drag them to the Trash (or use Command + Del). Then open Trash and hit Empty Trash option. That's it.
Next, clean remnant files and folders. Some programs may have created additional files or folders when you installed them. It's best to clean them as well. To do so, click Go > Library. Here find the items related to these programs and remove them all. Be sure to look up the ~/Library/, ~/Library/Application Support/ and ~/Library/Preferences/ folders.
Note: if you want to remove applications that were installed using the Mac package installers (on a .pkg format), you'll be prompted to enter the user password before they are moved to the Trash.
Put Netflix on Apple TV
Launch the App Store app from your Home screen.
Make sure you're on the Featured tab.
Navigate to an app you want to download.
Click on the app icon.
Click on Get for free (or free with in-app purchase) apps, or the price for paid apps.
Change the plug and clean / replace the filter.. Check to see if there is trash / grass and debri in the gas tank, the trash will clog the fuel line so it won't be able to get gas... If there is trash in the gas tank then you deffinately need to have your carbruetor ran through and cleaned really well... The jets are probably clogged up...
Make sure you have installed the blade on the right way, if it is installed upside down then it will "beat" the grass instead of cutting it and make a terrible cut, also make sure the blade is good and sharp.
The rough running may be due to trash in your carburetor, I would advise to clean your carburetor and also check you fuel tank for trash, water,etc. if there is any trash,water,etc in there then you need to also clean the fuel tank.
Do one more thing and check/clean/replace your fuel filter if you have one.
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Your tv is an LCD projection one - in which the image is generated by 3 small LCD screens. The blue dots are pixels from the blue LCD that are dead - always fully open.The only fix is to replace the LCD panel and that is going to cost you around $300.