If you look straight on at the rear LCD Screen on my D70 it looks totally white, but if you look at a 45 degree angle to it you can see SOME colour not much but can you buy a replacement LCD screen for it? or could you buy a D70s replacement rear or anything?
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Since M is the mid point of the triangle, the distance of M from A,B and C is equal which means AM = BM = CM.
Therefore, MAB = MBA. In triangle MAB, MAB=45 degrees.
sum of angles in a triangle = 180 deg. So, sum of angles MAB and MBA = 180 - BMA = 180 -45 = 135.
Since both MAB and MBA are equal , MAB = 135/2 = 67.5
In triangle AMC, MAC = MCA . Therefore MAC = 30/2 = 15 deg.
Therefore total BAC = MAC + MAB =82.5 deg.
The toe-in specification is deliberately quoted as an angle because wherever possible toe-in should be measured in degrees. Refer below for the recommended wheel alignment settings. These settings are at curb weight, which is the vehicle in a condition of full fluids, full fuel, no people or luggage.
Front Toe-in Degrees Total 0°10' ± 0°10' Degrees Per Wheel 0°05' ± 0°5' Camber - 0°30' ± 0°20' Caster 7°45' ± 1°15'
Rear Toe : 0 ± 1mm (0°± 0?10mins) Camber : -1°30mins to -2°30mins Torque Settings : 65 ± 5Nm
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Angles may be measured in three angles:degree, radian and gradians (grads). tan(45 deg)=1 tan(45 radians)=1.61977 If your problems require angles to be measured in degrees, make sure that the calculator's angle unit is set to degrees. In RUN screen press [SHIFT][MENU] (SetUp) select the angle line and press function key under the tab Deg (should be F1).
922 fuser error can mean to things #1 the fuse in the low voltage could be blown. #2 the thermal fuse or the lamp are blown in the fuser. looking at the back of the printer the outer rear cover door remove it by opening to a 45 degree angle and lift it off. on the inner rear cover there are to flat head screws loosen these the will not come off the cover. at the top of this cover there is one tab on each side pull in on these and pull the rear covere off this will leave you looking at the fuser. there are to screws holding the fuser in loosen these they will not come off the fuser. from the center of the fuser tray pull straight back. on the front of this fuser you will see 2 white connectors one has a single row of connections this is the ac circuit with a multi tester check resistance from pin 1 to pin 3 if you get no reading then it is the fuser. try this you can find out for sure