Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: set time
Slide the switch with a lock, wake 1, wake 2 and clock to the clock position. Using the backwards and forwards buttons get time to the correct time. When correct time is reached, slide the switch to the lock position. Time will now be set.
Manual can be found in PDF form from RCA here: http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/Downloads.ashx?prodid=56&mediaid=620&force=true&file=products/RP5430/media/RP5430_UMEN.pdf
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Really common problem, but it's just a security feature. Unplug the Wii completely, wait 5 minutes, and it should work again. Has to go through something called a Power Cycle. I live in Florida, so it's happened to me twice...lots of lightning here.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Its a common problem with many Samsung LCD TVs. We had the same problem on our Samsung TV. Based on some info on the net we called Samsung Support department ( 1-800-SAMSUNG). After describing the problem and mentioning that I have read on the net that its a common problem, representative asked for the model number and serial number of the TV ( I read them to her from a sticker on the side of TV). The Samsung Rep acknowledged that it was a common problem for my model and few other LCD models and they were fixing the problem without any charge to customer eve though TVwas out of warranty. She took the required info and gave me the ticket/transaction number and forwarded it to a local technician. Technician called next day and setup the appointment with us. Technician came within the 4 hr window that he had promised and changed the faulty capacitor on the power board and was done within 10 mins. Samsung rep had indicated that the technician will determine if the issue was with capacitor or not. If the issue was something else then tecnician will charge the regular service charge to fix the issue.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a samsung fridge
try this page and see if you can find what your looking for. let me know.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
SOURCE: No sound at all on
Just fixed this on my TV today! (after 2 months of the sound intermittently failing to turn on and failing completely yesterday) Go to Mitsubishi-tv.com. Go to support. Enter your model number. You will be directed to the documentation for your model which will include a zip file for a firmware update and a PDF file with instructions for installing the update. This fixed my sound.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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