I recently installed a new inner and outer LCD display. I placed the new one in exactly how the old came out. Inner display works fine. The outer display lights up with the verizon logo but its upside down and seems to be stuck on just that. I cant change it to any thing else, clock,wallpaper,etc. Is this a defective item or did I miss a step installing it.
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If its to wheel drive than it will have a inner and outer bearing.
1. Remove the caliper
2. Remove the dust cap from the center of he rotor
3. Remove the cotter pin from the spindle
4. Remove the castellated nut
5. Remove the nut and washwer
6. Remove the outer bearing
7. Remove the rotor from the spindle
8. Remove the grease seal from the back of the rotor
9. Remove the inner bearing
Clean the grease out of the rotor. Use a punch to remove the inner and outer races from the hub. Install the new races into the rotor with a seal/race driver. Pack the new bearings. Install inner bearing into rotor. Install new grease seal. Wipe old grease off of the spindle and apply a thin coat of new great.
Install rotor ono spindle. Install outer bearing, washer, and nut. Tighten nut snug then back off nut a half of turn and then tighten agin just barely snug.
Install castellated nut and cotter pin.
Reinstall dust cap
Reinstall caliper and your done.
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Push the spacer between the bearings off to one side. Get a chisel or an old screw driver and tap the inner race of the bearing out from the opposite side. Save the spacer. Flip the wheel over and tap out the other side. Grind the outer edge off one of the old bearings and place it over the new bearing. Tap on the old bearing to drive the new bearing into place. You may have to finish the install with a chisel on the outer race. Alternate tapping from side to side being careful not to damage seal. Flip the wheel over put the spacer back into the wheel and tap the new bearing into place so that it barely touches the spacer. The bearings should spin freely, but should not bind (inner races pushing too hard against spacer will cause binding). If you install too tightly reach through the wheel and tap on the opposite bearing only enough to stop the binding. Press in the seals and reinstall the wheel on the bike.
Sodium based grease is not compatible with lithium based grease. Do not lubricate the wheel bearings without first thoroughly cleaning all old grease from the bearing. Use of incompatible bearing lubricants could result in premature lubricant breakdown.
Raise and support the vehicle safely.
Remove the wheels.
Remove the brake drum or brake disc.
Remove the hub grease cap.
Remove the cotter pin retainer, adjusting nut and flatwasher from the rear wheel spindle. Discard the cotter pin.
Remove the outer bearing and cone assembly.
Remove the rear hub from rear wheel spindle.
Using Seal Remover (TOOL-1175-AC) or equivalent, remove and discard the oil seal.
Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly.
Clean the inner and outer bearing cups with solvent. Inspect the bearing cups for scratches, pits, excessive wear and other damage. If the bearing cups are worn or damaged, remove them using a Bearing Cup Puller (T77F-1102A) or equivalent.
Throughly clean old grease from the surrounding surfaces. If a new hub assembly is being installed, remove the protective coating using degreaser.
If the inner or outer bearing cups were removed, install replacement cups using Bearing Cup Replacer (T73-1202-A) or equivalent. Seat the cups properly in the hub.
If a bearing packer is not available, work as much grease as possible between the rollers and cages. Grease the cone surfaces.
Using a bearing packer, pack the bearing cone and roller assemblies with a premium bearing grease.
Place inner bearing cone and roller assembly in the inner cup. A light film of grease should be included between the lips of the new grease retainer.
Install the retainer with Hub Seal Replacer (T83T-1175-B) or equivalent. Be sure the retainer is properly seated.
Keep the hub centered on the spindle to prevent damage to the retainer and spindle threads.
Install the hub assembly on the spindle.
Install the outer bearing cone and roller assembly on the spindle.
Install the flat washer and nut. Tighten the nut to 18-23 ft. lbs. (24-31 Nm) while rotating the hub to set the end-play. Back off the nut and retighten to 18 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
There are two ways to do this, you either transfer the picture from you old phone to your new phone through bluetooth, or just take out the memory card from you old phone and insert it in the new phone. In some cases, the picture might be to large to display in your motorola, so i will advice you send the picture to you computer and compress it to a reasonable size (maximum 500kb) and put it back in the memory card and it will definitely show.
You need motorola phonetools to do this. it is a computer program on CD sold by carriers and motorola for around 20 bucks i think. It allows you to take pictures off the phone, put pictures and ringtones on it and even edit the phonebook and contacts. It is very useful and is worth the money. I make my own ringtones and walpaper with it so i dont have to buy them from my carrier. As long as the cable you have connects from the phone to the PC, you can use that cable. They sell the disk with or without the cable.
Ive had 2 silver razrs and my first did the exact same thing it's a sensor intenally that wears out ecspecialy on the silver ones dont ask why? But i sent my back and replaced it. If you pay insurance everymonth like me use it!!