Poner en hora stereo clarion Con el Stereo encendido hay que presionar Band + Disp hasta que aparezca el reloj, luego nuevamente Band + Disp para que la hora parpadee, una vez hecho seleccionar los minutos con Joystik derecho (skip/next) y las horas con Joystik izquierdo. Saludos
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Did you tried clearing the app cache and clearing the data from Settings>Apps>Chrome? If not, please try that too.
Update to me after trying it out.
I cleared the app cache and data as you suggested but the web pages are still fitting to the screen instead of zooming and reflowing.The worst part, again, is the lack of text reflow when fonts are enlarged through pinch-zooming. It make it almost impossible to read articles of any length.
Thanks again. I hope this can be fixed.
As the above didn't fixed the issue, I suggest you to do an Uninstall Updates of Chrome app from Settings > Apps > Chrome. It will rollback Chrome version to the default factory version.
Try this and let me know if the problem still happens in previous version.
Darn, I uninstalled the Chrome updates and pages still render in their "fit to screen" mode without text reflow. It must be an OS-related issue. Guess I'll have to use a magnifying glass to read pages in Chrome from now on. Thanks again for your help,
When you are setting your clock, when you go pass the hour you have to let the clock chime completely, if you do not do this you can damage the time sequence..You have to reset the chime cable or belt...but anytime you set your clock when you get to hour let it chime completely before continuing on...Try also going around with hour hand onetime and let it chime, if it will chime at all, if not you can get a manual download online. Clocks like yours has websites and support who can help you...I think it just needs the chimes reset.
There should be two small buttons on the face of the radio towards the bottom. One is marked H for hours and the other M for minutes. With the igintion turned on... press and hold either of them until the clock goes into "set" mode. Adjust time accordingly and then just let it set for a few seconds and it will be set.
I've seen some comments that you can't turn NAP off once it's set.
You can turn off NAP by holding down the NAP button for a few seconds again once the clock has exited NAP set mode and is showing the time. When you first hit the button, it'll go back into NAP set mode (probably showing 0:20) but after a few seconds, you'll go back to the time with NAP off.
Trick is, the button's a little quirky, and you have to hold down just the edge closest to the back of the clock. The middle of the button or any other edge just throws you back into NAP time adjust but never turns it off. I have no idea why--must be a design or manufacturing flaw of some kind.
thank you all for giving me your solutions, but i managed to fix the clock myself when my dog accidentally stepped on it (which isn't exactly a great solution so don't try it if you have the same problem as me). Actually it turns out my clock was missing one of the buttons for adjusting the time when I looked at the box it came in, but somehow stepping on it seemed to fix it. Thank you very much though for all your help....if I ever have troubles with anything else I'll know where to post my problem!
Adjust backlight respectively asin the brighter the room the higher the backlight setting the darker the room the lower if you go below 16(if the room is totally dark, turn backlight to 0 and bump up brightness 3 or 4.
p.s. the cinema setting is pretty darn good for out of box calibrations just turn off high contrast, colors, tru motion for normal non 100% computer generated movies for example, finding nemo and the rest of the animated movies look excellent with tru motion regular film is too video like it looks like soaps to me but hey you may like it so whatever floats ur boat do you have blu ray player, well if ur going to get one get the bdps350 as it does 24fps excellent and well so does your tv it actually uses 5:5 pulldown which is great. (leave tru motion off when feeding 24fps/ real cinema!)Great tv pick dont follow the hype lg is a good brand. lol no i dont work for lg just sick of the sony, samsung, sharp fans. As far as lcd goes lg70 is it right now. I didnt calibrate for sd but i would say they should be pretty close honestly. ill check when i get time.