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Re: how to set up or any manual
Greetings My name is Mark and I will be glad to assist you.
I need some information from you and I can further assist you.
1, What is the make and model of your computer
2. are you connecting to the internet and what kind of service do you have (cable,dial-up,broadband, etc.)
3. What other equipment you are planning to connect.
Just so you know the plugs and sockets on all computers are fool proof and only go one way. besides the power cord the monitor plug is usually blue and the plug in the back is color coated the same way, Most of the other plugs on newer computers are also color coated. if tey are not please let me know the information above and I will help you,
Be mucho blessed,
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take out the interior light bulb, touch one end to an exposed metal part of the car, i.e a bolt or screw that is actually fixed to the car body; you have now made the earth contact to the bulb, now try each wire in turn, the one that lights the bulb is the possitive
Always keep in mind that if electricity is passed through our brain or upper portion of body where hearts & lungs are affected the electrical shock is likely to be fatal. To avoid electrical shocks and fatal shocks pl do following: 1. Don't touch electrical device or leaky cable with wet hands 2. Before doing any electrical job (even ironing) use clear hill chappal/shoe or stand on any insulator like rubber mat etc. 3. Always presume that any metalic body or cabinet or exposed metal part of an electrical device may give you shock and keep you ready with preventive measure as told above. 4. Switch off device and remove power cable wherever possible before opening/trouble shooting of electrical gadget. 4. The most important: if anybody gets a shock don't touch him/her with your hands. Just use your leg to disconnect him from electrical system. Otherwise electricity will pass through your heart making you lethal shock. 5. As neutral of a power plant is put into earth, the supply line has a tendency to close the circuit to earth through a load (conductor). Don't give any chance to make that 'load' with your body. So never touch live wire or insulate your body to stpo flow of electricity to the ground/earth and remember not to allow passing of electricity through upper part of body. 6. Don't do any electrical job after taking bath. Wet body gets very low resistance and helps in passing high amount of current during contact with live wire. Higher current through body means more danger for life. These small tips will protect you & your family members from any lethal shock. Pl teach this others also. Gautam Kr. mandal, Electrical Engineer, Durgapur
as far as manually closing dont know of anyway that is near simple
Open the hood on your Volvo 940 and loosen the negative battery cable with your socket set. Take the negative battery cable off after you have loosened the nut.
Find your Volvo's sunroof switch on the overhead console between the visors. Locate the small retaining screw at the back of the window-controller button's plastic housing.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove that screw. Set it aside in and then remove the plastic housing.
Find the wiring harness plug in the back of the switch. Press in the two tabs on the sides of the plug and pull it out. The two tabs are on the sides of the plug. Pull the old switch out and set the new one in place with your fingers.
Plug the wiring harness into the back of your Volvo's new sunroof switch. Hold the new switch up and replace the plastic housing. Install the screw to hold the plastic in place.
There is no part that you could go to a parts store and buy that is called a throttle. The closest thing to that would be the throttle body that takes the place of a carburetor on fuel injected engines. A carburetors job was to mix the fuel and air and permit the proper amount into the engine. The throttle body is pretty much just an air valve that opens and closes as you push down on the gas pedal. It has a sensor attached to it that tells the computer what position the gas pedal is, and a computer operated valve that regulates air flow when you don't have your foot on the gas. (both devices are replaceable) The body itself rarely fails as there isn't much there to wear out. (at worst it may need to be cleaned) You also have a throttle cable. That is a cable just like the one that operates the hand brakes on a bike. It moves the valve on the throttle body as you push down on the gas pedal. The cable is replaceable as well. Cables can fray or break. Now...What's wrong with it??? No one can tell you that or even guess because we can't see it and you haven't given any info about the actual problem....Even so, a solution would be an educated guess. Bottom line is that if a shop actually told you that you need a new throttle, either they are clueless or you have mis-understood what they told you.
Blue Point® is kinda-sorta a Division of Snap-On® Tools, however being labeled "Blue Point", Snap-On only gives them a 90 day to one year warranty, so Snap-On will not help you there. Since you got them at an auction, they may be frozen up as you suggested. I would place both the ratchets in ATF (Transmission Fluid) for a week or so and then try the air line to them again. Transmission fluid does wonders. We used to use it to clean our hands at Dealerships in the Winter to keep our hands from cracking and bleeding. It will loosen up most everything. In fact that's what I currently use in ALL of my air tools as the "few drops of oil" they suggest, before use. If they don't start working after a long soak, then to be cost effective to you, I would find a Harbor Freight® or another such store and buy a new one for as low as $15.99.
Any standard antifreeze coolant will work. If you live in the lower Midwest USA as I do, you can actually mix regular antifreeze 50/50 with water and you run no risk of it freezing. Detailed mixing instructions should be available on most antifreeze containers. Best of luck.