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tell exactly where you are...... exactly or photos do work
never seens a photo here, but they work and ive posted them many times.
here is how. you snap a photo then drag it to desktop (PC)
then click insert photo, and find desktop photo and bingo.
see icon above, looks like mountains, that is the add photo button.
and we need what engine your 4runner has, there are many
engine displacement will cover that.
or open hood, look up , see EPA tag (i only do USA posts) and
see tag and your engine, is stated there.
big difference exist between actual engines.
chamber. (under the hood? (bonnet in UK)
air cleaner box
im sure there are more.... but....
if u use extra memory the try to open without memory if face again smae problem the hard reset this device using some key combination but all data distroy key combination search on google with exact nokia model
Just as I got on line to this site I saw your problem being typed in and it's the exact same issue I am having with my Finepix 5000. I've owned it for all of 4 plus years with no problems and really decent photos. I'm getting a blurred image with green/magenta colors when I look through the viewfinder. When I take a photo, it shows the same. It wasn't dropped or even barely touched between the last good photo taken and this. Attached is an example of above description. I would appreciate any advise. See below.
Each color (red,green & blue) has an amplifier IC (STK-).
When there is a convergence issue,the first step is change both
IC's for reliability. Then check for open fuses devices,usually
pico fuses.Then re-check convergence alignment.......T.