Well we were on our vacation in the ALOHA State.It was a #!*$#@* Blast,The weather everyday was 89 degrees a good day to go Browes around the island.Well my wife brought a sansa (e200)Ipod dont know why?one my kids opened it look at when he was done he put everything but the (CD)-rom.How do i get one or where can i download it from...MUCH MAHALOS
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You actually don't need the software. Follow the below steps to get your music on it. You are better off with the software they include, it's kind of intrusive.
Plug into USB
Go to my computer
Mp3 player shows up as removable disc usually drive F:
double click drive F: to open it
Click and drag or copy and paste your music into this drive and you are good to go
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In the old days, because of the ambient temperature's effect on the crankcase oil and the diesel fuel, often two batteries were used to state the diesel in cold weather.
You might see if there is room for an additional battery on the opposite side of the vehicle from the one that is installed now.
The additional battery can be wired parallel with the one already there, which will not increase the voltage, only the starting amps.
I have done this before, several times.
Another choice is an engine heater, which either screws into the block or is installed inside a radiator hose that has been modified for this purpose.
The cord then is plugged in to an outside 110 volt source, and that will heat the motor oil to ease starting.
God bless your efforts.
Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this post. I noticed that you didn't state the county that you live in, because some counties have more than one S.A.M.E code, so you will have to go by your region (i.e. Northern Wayne County, Southern Wayne County). Another trick you could try is fiddling with the antenna. You may have to move your radio to another location within your place of residence (i.e. a bedroom, kitchen, home office, etc.). Below is the link to the NWS/NOAA WEATHER/ALL HAZARDS RADIO website where you can get S.A.M.E codes. Just click the link to your state, and a table will be shown listing the code for every county and or region in your state. Good luck and hope this helps.
The blast almost doesn't need the enrichener unless your trying to start it in 30 degree weather. I would think that you have a fueling issue - carb air passages are plugged. There is a lot to cleaning a Keihn CV carb correctly. if not done the right way it will act just as you describe.
That will depend on your setup and the other person's setup. there is no answer for that. but on average, a cb like a 29ltd and a 108" whip can in theory transmit 10miles with no problem. now if you use a shorter antenna like 3ft or 4ft types expect way less like 1-5miles. a good setup to a base station can reach 40miles without using the "skip" depending on weather, clear days rainydays and storms make the radio waves travel differently. but expect 5-10miles almost everyday. If its set up right. Make sure to check your SWR's..!!!! anyone or any cb shop should do that for FREE!! we do.!
I always tell my clients that if the repair is more than half of the cost of a new system then they should consider their options..according to the DOE (doe.gov) the average life of a standard air to air unit is about 12 years. Note.. there are only two things that cvouse a unit to freeze up.. low charge (leak or undercharge) and lack of air flow, (usually maintenance related) The temperature that is usually seen with a correctly operating unit is between 50-55 degrees at the closest supply register. You may also want to consider the fact that R-22 is being mandated into obsolecense, I would consider an upgrade to a new system with the new refirgerant (R-410a) before spending another $300 or more on a 15 year old unit. as far as brands... there are only a couple of places that make compressors, fan motrs, contactors and the componenets that are required to "build a unit" what you are buying when you buy a brand of a/c is the warranty, the service after the sale by the dealer, and the factory backing for the dealer, also what color and shape is the unit... verify the contractors BBB rating, ask friends for referrals, and verify what the warranty covers...(in writing!!) Hope this helps