Re: How do you connect the answering machine please?
Depends on the setup, but generally if you look at the back of the machine there should be two phone jacks, one says 'Line" the other says "Phone" Connect the phone cord from the wall jack to the "Line" plug and the cord from the base of the phone to the "Phone" plug, and you machine should work. The power supply will also need to be plugged into the base of the machine and then into a wall outlet.
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A router is the box that connects you to your broadband. The Tablet is possibly asking you to allow it to connect to your broadband, probably by the Wifi settings. And of course it can't connect. So you will have to access your broadband Router settings to allow it.
Yes my question is posted but not on my year or make of bike i dont understand why im not getting the right info or answer on 1982 susukigl 1100
Again i have already posted this and should'nt have to repeat
If you want an answer to your question you'll have to give us some information on what your problem is with your bike.
Ouch! I can't find any info on your 30215. But there is an OLD 1944 book that will give you some idea of what to look for. Even though it is likely that your machine is more modern then the examples in the book... the basics of sewing machines hasn't changed much in the past 100 years.
Should be a serial number stamped into the engine block. Maybe located below the left side of the head, on the block. Or, on the rear of the block. Look for it. It will tell you what year and model the engine is, at least.
Head jobs take time, patience, and most importantly a book. As far as the bolts, take the allen head into the parts store and find a Torx bit that is slightly bigger and beat it into the stripped bolt head, loosen and replace the bolts with new ones. Good luck.