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Carriage slams from side to side every time the printers is turned on

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The encodder strip is loose or broken/damaged.check out.

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What volume of a 2.50m solution of hydrochrolic acid is required to prepare 2.0 litres of a 0.30m solution?

I need to be sure what you meant by the m symbol: M or m. The first is used for molarity and the latter for molality. If it is molality we do need to know the masses per unit volume for the solutions (the so-called densities)

However if you meant 2.5 M and 0.3 M, then the problem is readily solved. I 'll take a step by step method.
2.50 M means that the original solution contains 2.5 mol of solute per 1 L of solution. Let x be the volume of the solution.
The amount of solute ( expressed as a number of moles) isAmount of solute in original solution (in mol)=2.5 (mol/L)*x (L)
Now consider the final solution.
The amount of solute in the final solution is given by:Amount of solute (in mol) =0.3 mol/L*2 L=0.6 mol
However, this last value is exactly the amount of solute the original solution, because you are just putting it in a bigger volume (dilution)
Equating the two amounts of solute we get
2.5 x=0.6 (in mol) and
x=0.6/2,5=0.24 L=240 mL
When concentrations are given in molar units, the foregoing reasoning can be summarized as
initial concentration (c_i) * initial volume (V_i)=final concentration (c_f)*final volume (V_f) or more simply
Using the formula to find the initial volume
V_i=(c_f*V_f)/c_i=(0.3 *2)/2.5=0.24
The starting volume is 0.24 L or 240 mL

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Cleaning solution will not dispense

After sitting for a period of time, some of the solution may have dried in the inner walls of the feed tube from the solution tank. What I would suggest is to empty the solution tank and then fill it with hot tap water, put it back on the Floormate, and hold the solution "feed lever" on until it starts dripping water. The hot water will hopefully disolve the dried solution and allow it to flow again.

I hope this helps! :)

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