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I found this somewhere else and I was surprised that it worked. Reset to default settings. Press menu, arrow right to the tool menu. Arrow down to Reset All, arrow right to yes. I had tried different batteries, even alkaline to get it to work thinking that my batteries were old and weren't charging the flash. I saw that someone had done the reset all to fix it. I did it and tried to take a picture, the icon flash twice and then the flash charged up and took the picture. I replaced the batteries to lithium and now it charges up right away. I hope that helps.
Notice that when you pull up the MARKed coordinates the yellow cursor is on the N/S letter rather than the number. Since a number is impossible there it won't let you enter one.
Use the rocker to move to the popup screens directional arrows to move to the digit you want to change. This will be easiest with the the RIGHT arrow at first; once you see the cursor it will make sense. Note I am talking about the popup's RIGHT square and not the rocker's RIGHT direction.
While on Copy mode, press Menu button on the printer > press left arrow, choose Tools, hit check mark > press left arrow, choose Defaults, hit check mark > press left arrow, choose Set Defaults, hit check mark > press left arrow, choose Use Factory, hit check mark. Hope this helps but if you need more assistance, leave a comment and I'll get back to it. Thanks.
it has timing marks on the harmonic balancer and should be an arrow looking mark on one of the pulley brackets. you will need a timing light every time it hits top dead center itll flash make sure it flashes and both timing marks are passing each other at the same time. being a 91 it may have a distributer. if it does loosen the one bolt holding it tight have someone start it and hold it straight then turn it one way or the next listen to it to see if that will fix it first usualy thats al you need to do. but if its got a coil pack then you will have to do the timing deal above.
Just got through to Samsung support. Turns out the freeview card had frozen and needed a reset. To do this put tv on standby. then press in serries these buttons on the remote: 'info' 'menu' 'mute' 'power' TV will then turn on with a default screen. Press 'arrow down' button untill you reach option 12 'reset' . then push the 'right arrow' and tv will reset and start in plug and play mode and commence a scan when you've set the time. Just retuned mine and its back to normal. Hoorah!!! :-)