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Which model ipod ??
In keeping with Apple's goal to make user-friendly,
streamlined products, the designers of the iPod built in easy-to-use reset
functions into each iPod model.
Resetting the iPod is similar to rebooting a computer as all
songs and data stored on the device stay there, and only temporary information
(such as which song is playing) gets reset.
Follow these steps to reset an iPod.
Toggle the "Hold" switch to the "On" position, then
The "Hold" switch is the small sliding switch on
the top of the iPod.
Move it to the "On" position to show an orange
rectangle. Move it back to the "Off" position to show a white
Hold the "Menu" and "Center" buttons.
Press the 2 buttons at the same time for between 8 and 10
Your screen will go blank and then boot up with a dark Apple
The icon eventually turns bright and brings you back to your
main menu once the reset is complete.
Check your iPod to make sure it plays properly. If the iPod
still does not work repeat the reset process.
Scroll Wheel and Touch Wheel iPods
Move the "Hold" switch from "On" to
Press the "Play/Pause" button and the
"Menu" button at the same time.
Press both buttons together for approximately 6 to 8
This initiates the self-running reset process.
Make sure the reset was successful.
If problems persist you may need to perform the reset
process once again.
Move the on-off switch to the "Off" position that
shows the green strip.
Leave the iPod Nano in this position for 5 seconds.
Move the switch back to the "On" position.
Use your iPod Nano to
make sure the reset worked properly and all your music is intact.
8/7/2013 9:06:35 PM •
on Aug 07, 2013
I pods doesn't work after i remove it from radio
I had that same problem too and i had to take my i-pod back because my machine messed it up so thats probably what your going to have to do to the repair shop said that there was nothin they could do and I was better off taking it back and my docking station messed it upso I had to get another i-pod and a docking station-I hope you get the problem fixed
12/28/2009 8:28:06 PM •
on Dec 28, 2009
I have a nextplay cd boombox which is brand new and skips
The vibrations from the speakers are causing the cabinet to resonate. This resonation causes the lens to vibrate, distorting the pickup signal... I would recommend giving it a few hard slaps when it skips. if that does not work, then try to adjust the soud so that there is no bass at all if you can.... Else chuck it...
Sony TA-F210 amplifier no sound
bring data sheet of this ic from the net-check supply voltage(vcc or vdd)-check ground.apply audio signal and test if it is present in input pins after that check your signal in output pins.have a visual inspection around the ic for burnt resistors or bad capacitor. if every thing is fine replace the IC.
My FM will not play this morning PLAYED GREAT LAST night.
Question edited for clarity. In this category 'AM' is Amplitude Modulation and old radio band.
All question need FULL 'make model (what it is)' please.
Check that the aerial hasn't become detached or eaten.
Make sure whatever the device is, is set to FM.
My cassette player won't go around on model # 9208M
If your model 9208M cassette player is having trouble going around, there are a few things you can try to fix the issue.
First, make sure that the player is properly plugged in and that the power cord is not damaged. Next, check to see if the player's belt is loose or broken.
If the belt is loose, you can try tightening it with a Phillips head screwdriver. If the belt is broken, you can purchase a replacement belt from an electronics store
FIX MY PCDJ RED NUMARK MIXER VERSION 5.0
Bug in program.... either reset computer date to any month or year prior to 7/2013 ( and set check boxes to not to set clock over internet other automatic time adjust ). OR use a stand alone program to open PCDJ like " RUN AS DATE" ( keeps computer clock normal for other programs and restore,,, etc. ). But requires that you open it in that program each time.
If anyone hears of a better fix... please post.
How do I remove platter from a MCS 6202 turntable?
1. Remove the screws from the platter - This is the first step in taking apart your turntable. You will need to remove the screws that hold the platter in place.
Be careful not to lose these screws as they are essential to the reassembly of your turntable.
2. Lift the platter off of the spindle - Once the screws have been removed, you can now lift the platter off of the spindle. Be careful not to damage the spindle as this can cause problems when trying to reassemble your turntable.
3. Remove the felt slipmat - The felt slipmat is there to protect your records from damage. You will need to remove this before you can access the cartridge.
4. Remove the dust cover - The dust cover is there to protect the internal components of your turntable from dust and other debris. You will need to remove this before you can proceed with the next steps.
5. Remove the headshell - The headshell is what holds the cartridge in place. You will need to remove this in order to access the cartridge.
6. Remove the cartridge - The cartridge is the part of your turntable that actually reads the music from your records. You will need to remove this in order to replace the stylus.
7. Remove the stylus - The stylus is the part of the cartridge that comes into contact with your records. You will need to remove this in order to replace it with a new one.
8. Remove the tonearm - The tonearm is the part of your turntable that holds the cartridge in place. You will need to remove this in order to access the motor.
9. Remove the belt - The belt is what drives the platter. You will need to remove this in order to access the motor.
10. Remove the platter - The platter is the part of your turntable that the record sits on. You will need to remove this in order to access the motor.
11. Remove the motor - The motor is what drives the platter. You will need to remove this in order to access the feet.
12. Remove the feet - The feet are what support the turntable. You will need to remove these in order to access the base.
I hope this helps/Good luck!
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