Top 20 Harley Davidson KNG America 026711 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Replica Phone Questions & Answers


Big tip 'o' the hat to harleyds96 for giving me the impetus to get after it and tear the lamp down and sort it out. You'll need a precision Phillips #1 screw driver to remove the 8 screws. You'll have to pry the 4 little rubber pads off that double as screw hiders
Once you've carefully separated the bottom plate from the rest of the pedestal, you'll see that you need an extra set of hands to hold the plate, amber glow ring, and the main lamp body with, while you fight with the little fuse box in the center of the lamp.
They all have to be held, because the speaker wire runs through the amber ring to the bottom pad, and can't be unplugged, 'cuz it's soldered. No spade connectors, nah, that'd be too easy - and complicated. They'd like to make it so much easier to toss out another $80 for a replacement, 'cuz you stupidly lost the receipt!
So now that you've got everything separated, you discover that there's another two screws holding the ends of the fuse box to the main body of the lamp. Yes, they must be taken out too, so's you can properly fight with the four little clasps holding the fuse box together!
If you can get it popped open without ripping wires from their solder connection, you're a neurosurgeon! I lucked out, 'cuz I did the operation whilst sitting at the computer desk, so the bottom two pieces could rest on it, without ripping the speaker wires off of the speaker, while at the same time, the main body of the lamp was resting in my lap.
Now that you've succeeded in getting the box open, you'll see that you have that little fuse there, that the Harley lady mentioned above found. It's stamped - 1A/250 V, which, I suppose, would mean it could be plugged in down undah, where they use 240 volts.
So I'm going to see if I can find a 2A/250V fuse somewhere, and if that's too hot for it - TOUGH! I'll have a Harley Davidson plastic patty melt! vonster.vaughn

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our bike is out of warranty by 8 years.....should i ask for warranty on my 1987 FXR? or should i just man up!

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use a good brand of synthetic 20-50 in everything the primary fluid will last around 10,000mi the tranny fluid the same and the engine around 6000mi the tranny takes 3/4qt the pri takes 7/8qt and the engine gets 2 3/4qt check the levels with bike upright check engine oil level after warm up top off as needed

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check fuel level and petcock.getting fuel? next check for spark ground spark to cylinder fins and crank motor, no spark check cam postion sensor for voltage while cranking (if fuel injected check crank positoin sensor for voltage) if you get voltage replace coil

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Hi Michell,
I have the same unit and mine bleeps when I have new messages.

anthea

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Where can I find a manual for Bellsouth 4300GR phone? Please help!

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Take it easy and keep the revs low - don't thrash the arse off it to start with. Easy gear changes and use the clutch well. Change the oils at first 1000 miles. If it is brand new then the dealer should be giving you your first service free under warranty?

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Did you make sure the shift fork is on proper direction.Soetimes the're offset.These things happen.

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I do not know where it stared from or when

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I would need some more description of the sound and like where it is coming from.

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normal crankcase venting is done through the heads and vents into the carb to be burned but you will see oil on your air filter, normal,just ride it

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Here's some suggestions from the Vtech site:

If the battery(s) has been in service for more than one year....
As a rechargeable battery gets older, its ability to hold a charge decreases. If your battery has been in service for more than twelve months, it may be a good idea to replace it.

If you are replacing the battery and you need assistance, visit our Battery Finder link. If a battery for your model is unavailable, you can search the Internet using the key words cordless phone batteries for an on-line supplier. If you prefer to purchase locally, you can look for a replacement battery at your area consumer electronics retailers. It is recommended that you take your present battery with you to insure your replacement is the correct size and has the correct plug (where applicable) and specifications (for example - 3.6v 400mAh Ni-Cd). Caution when replacing batteries
If your model takes individual cells, do not use non-rechargeable batteries. Use only the recommended rechargeable batteries as prescribed in your User's Manual.

If the battery(s) has been in service for less than one year....
If the handset shows any sign of life (any lights; characters on the display screen; sounds when keys are pressed), your handset is not dead, making it unlikely that a new battery will fix the problem. Consider the following:

Is the base unit getting power?
If your base unit is not getting power, your handset is not charging. Tip: Do not plug your Base Power Adaptor into an electrical outlet controlled by a switch (for example, a light switch on the wall or a power strip with an On/Off switch).

If your battery pack is the plug-in type, is it securely plugged into the handset?
Disconnect, and then reconnect the battery plug to ensure a good connection. In addition, make sure the battery cover is on securely.

Do you see any charge indicators on the base or handset?
Depending on your model, the handset and/or base will have indicators to let you know when the battery is charging. Check your User's Manual for details.

Remember, if the handset shows any sign of life (any lights; characters on the display screen; sounds when keys are pressed), then is not dead, making it unlikely that a new battery will fix the problem. Try the following reset procedure:

Reset your Phone
If your telephone is not operating normally, disconnect the battery(s) from the handset and disconnect power from the base. After a few minutes, connect power to the base, install the battery(s) and cradle the handset in the base to allow it to establish a link. You can now try using your phone again.

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Caller ID on landlines is a paid service.

Some mobiles supply the information by default.

Some people and companies withhold their numbers because they don't was callers phoning back to extensions within the business.

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Google

(make and model of phone) set up

Impossible for us to guess and there are so many phone systems in use.

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You can't. The issue is with the 1471 line answering system and not your phone.

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ManualsLib has the manual for the Panasonic KX-TG8421E digital cordless answering system here: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/650444/Panasonic-Kx-Tg8421e.html . You will need to solve a Captcha if you want the manual as a PDF. The manual as a PDF is also available here: http://www.telephonesuk.co.uk/user_guides/DECT_Phones/KX-TG8421E_User_Guide_PNQX1708ZA.pdf .

I hope this helps. Note: the last digit indicates the number of handsets in the package. The E indicates where the phone system was sold.

Cindy Wells

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Caller ID is a paid service. contact your telco to add it.

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