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my printer is giving me a error code 0xf1

Exeltech XP600... | Answered 23 hours ago


i would probably try formatting the usb to ntfs as the old default fat32 format has issues with larger files, if that still doesn't work the usb is probably faulty and needs replacing.

hope that helps,
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Transcend 4GB... | Answered Yesterday

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How to repair Motorolla Talkabout 250 antenna


I have just repaired four of these radios, with complete success.

You need a tube of black Stixall (currently £5.81 from Tool Station), a skeleton gun and a saucer of water with a good squirt of washing up liquid.

Take the back off the radio, take out the batteries and remove the rear cover by undoing the retaining screws using a screwdriver with a star shaped bit. Unscrew the circuit board now exposed using the same screwdriver bit. Remove the damaged rubber aerial with coiled copper core, being careful not to damage or distort the copper core. It lifts off one of the screw lugs revealed when removing the circuit board. Get rid of all of the old rubber.

Now put the end of the copper coil back over the lug (where it came from) and screw the PCB back on followed by the back of the unit.

Now form a new rubber cover to the copper aerial using Stixall, squirted into place. Squirt it down into the aerial housing so that it will get mechanical purchase from the body of the radio. Put on plenty, completely coating the copper aerial. Now dip your fingers in the saucer so that they don't bond to the Stixall and mold it into a smooth aerial shape. Leave it to cure for 24 hrs and then dust it with flour. Job done.

I have tested my repaired radios and they are great, the new "aerials" have lasted well. I am especially pleased that I don't have to throw them away.

Good luck - regards SJP

2 days ago | Electronics - Others


Plenty here;
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Electronics -... | Answered 3 days ago


Error. Over Current - Peak current exceeded
Possible causes:
Motor has a short - Phase to phase or phase to ground.
Motor cable damaged/defective.
Motor cables too long.
Acceleration/deceleration ramps too short.
Damaged output phase of inverter.
EMI

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 14, 2019


Three years is pushing the life of the batteries. Have them checked where your type of battery is sold.

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


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Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019


Hi Mary, go to batteryspec.com. In the search box put in TR2.6-12 even though it's 2.6, it equates to 2.8 for our spotlights. The battery is around $20 with a 1 year warranty, and has the same specs (dimensions, terminal position) as ours.

Coleman LED... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


The LCD does not have the program to read the files so have the flash in a computer and change the file type. fore media you should select even one of the files and click on options then select restore to previous version the on the pop-up change the medai player where it says change with the icon on it. it will let you choose another media of your choice.

SanDisk... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


The batteries are connected directly to the starting circuit of the inverter. If u don’t want it consume any power from the battery I would recommend an isolater switch between the battery and inverter.

Sunforce... | Answered on Sep 30, 2019


I had the same problem with flashing red lights. Both sides on a four battery charger. I swapped the batteries to another charger and the batteries were fine. They charged normally. I put some different batteries in the charger and the same flashing light situation. Those batteries also charged normally in a different charger. I looked closely at the back of the charger and, low and behold, "made in China". Why does that not surprise me. The bottom line, it may not be a battery issue.

Duracell NiMH... | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


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Proquest, Umi... | Answered on Sep 25, 2019


Select it on your desktop, right mouse click and change the name.

Kingston... | Answered on Sep 23, 2019


you meant this PPRH5 ???
its not a computer so moved you .
like all things , that use batteries,
check that battery terminals inside for corrosion
then load test the batteries.
so how old is it
when it last run ok.
or replace the batteries.
to charge the battery turn the inverter switch off page 6 in your manual.
if you don't know how test the batteries with a load tester
find a shop that can,
or buy new batteries, (test or buy , 2 choices)

Stanley Proto... | Answered on Sep 20, 2019


it means you can't write new files or alter the files.
It is cs26466 ?
this has a password protection feature apparently
is it an sd card ? move the tab on the side of it
If it is a usb flash drive I do not know how you get pass the passwor dor how you enter a password when accessing it ?

Electronics -... | Answered on Sep 20, 2019


Write protect in flashdrive could mean chip problem if you cannot partition or reformat the usb drive..you can try usb low level format, partition application..be sure to back up files before doing so.

Electronics -... | Answered on Sep 19, 2019

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