Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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AAFES RECALL NO. 08-003
RELEASE DATE: 4 February 2008
SUBJECT: HAZARDOUS RECALL - Evenflo recalls Discovery Child Safety Seats for a potential restraint failure.
DISTRIBUTION: WORLDWIDE In cooperation with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Evenflo Baby Products Inc. of Vandalia, OH is voluntarily recalling Discovery Child Safety Seats listed below for a potential restraint failure.
Items: Discovery Child Safety Seats
Number of Units Involved: Approximately One million
Description: The Discovery car seat is designed with a convenience base that attaches to the vehicle's seat and allows the seat to be attached or removed from the vehicle without removing the base.
Hazard: Tests conducted by NHTSA and the Evenflo company has found that these car seats have the potential to separate from its base. Seats could fail to adequately protect children in a high impact side collision.
Models Recalled: 390, 391, 534 and 552 Production Dates: Between April 2005 and January 29, 2008
Sold at: Major retailers and Catalogs. AAFES sold Models 390 and 391 through retail stores and catalog.
Remedy: Evenflo is providing current owners of these models with a free supplemental dual-hook fastener that has proven that the seat remains attached to the base in the event of such collisions.
Instructions for Customers: Owners of the affected seats can contact Evenflo toll-free at 800-356-2229 between 8am and 5pm ET or visit their website at http://safety.evenflo.com/cs/sc/cssc_RD.phtml
Consumers with questions about this or any other safety recall campaign may call NHTSA’s toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 800-424-9153); or go to http://www.safercar.gov.
If you still want to adjust the straps, here is a link in pdf format to guide you with your straps and/or harness:
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
Typically lots of screws to remove. Be careful unplugging any ribbon cables. The cables are easily damamged by exerting force on just the edges.
Have new parts available BEFORE taking it apart for repair.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
You either did not get the ribbon cable seated OR got it upside down.
If this cable is the flat ribbon with exposed solder plated points of contact, OFTEN those connectors have a latch to release by GENTLY moving tabs on eaither side in the direction of pulling the cable out. This lock MUST be moved out slightly to allow the cable to seat properly. The solder plated contacts will be FULLY into the connector when seated properly.
These cables ALSO can be inserted backwards and NO connection will be made.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
First make sure a keyboard "split" option is not set.
Probably you are going to have to clean the key contacts. They are likely conductive rubber "pills" that are pressed onto a circuit board that has interleaved fingers. Clean both the black pills and the circuit board using ONLY 99% isoprophyl alcohol and Q-Tips.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Testimonial: "Worked perfectly. Keyboard plays like new. Thanks!"
This depends on "how" they are "broken".
Many of the keyboards with semi-weighted keys get the keys knocked out of the pivot points and one has to open the unit and reseat the key and/or the key spring retainer.
If the keys have broken parts, replacement is the only option.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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