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We, Halfords Limited, lcknield Street Drive, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 0DE hereby declare that the machine described below is both in its basic design and construction and in the version marketed by us conforms to the relevant safety and health related requirements of the appropriate EC Directives. This declaration shall cease to be valid if modifications are made to the machine without our approval. Product: Halfords 2 Tonne Hydraulic Trolley Jack Short Wheel Base Model: T820033 Item Code 2 Tonne Hydraulic Trolley Jack Short Wheel Base 332236 Instruction Manual Serial number:........................................... (to be entered by customer) Item Code: 332236 Model T820033 Applicable EC Directive /Regulations: Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC as amended by Directive 2009/127/EC EN1494:2000 + A1:2008 Mobile or movable jacks and associated lifting equipment The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008 Statutory instrument 2008 No.1597 The Supply of Machinery (Safety) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 Statutory instrument 2011 No.2157 It is ensured through internal measures that series-production units conform at all times to the requirements of current EC Directives and relevant standards.
Parrot UNIKA for Renault cars Parrot UNIKA is a universal interface that allows you to control the Parrot MKi9000/MKi9100/ MKi9200 directly with the OEM steering wheel commands. Parrot UNIKA can work with car protocols such as CAN, KBUS or resistive systems. Before installing the Unika, make sure you have the latest software update on your Parrot MKi. If you have a Parrot MKi9100, make sure you also have the 3.1 display version. To do so, select Settings > Advanced settings > Information. Installation Compatibility Car models Renault Clio: > 2006 Renault Laguna: > 2006 Renault Modus: > 2008 Parrot reference For Parrot MKi9000 / MKi9100 / MKi9200 Parrot UNIKA : PI090020AA Renault Grand Espace 4: > 2006 Renault Scénic II > 2006 Renault Megane >2006 Installation Installation of We recommend you to install the Parrot MKi before installing the the Parrot MKi UNIKA. Make sure the installation is correctly performed by checking if the «Good bye» message is displayed when you turn off the ignition. ► Refer to the documentation of your Parrot MKi for more information. Selecting the protocol Use the DIP switches located on one side of the UNIKA to select the protocol (resistive or CAN Bus / KBus) on which the vehicle is based. Warning: Make sure the UNIKA is not powered before selecting the protocol. For your car set the DIP this way. Power supply The power supply for the UNIKA interface is taken from the power cable of the Parrot MKi. It is important to follow the color code of the power cable wires: the red wire of the kit’s cable corresponds to the permanent 12V supply; the orange wire corresponds to the ignition 12V ; the black wire is for ground ; the yellow wire corresponds to the Parrot mute output. Warning : Connect the ignition to the Parrot car kit if the vehicle is based on a resistive or a K-Bus protocol. Don’t connect the ignition if the vehicle is based on a CAN protocol. On some vehicles, the 12V power wires may be reversed, in which case you must reverse the red and orange wires of the hands-free kit’s power supply. This can easily be done by reversing the two fuse holders on the kit’s power cable. 12V ignition is provided by CAN protocol
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Please note that these instructions describe how to disassemble your Xbox. For most upgrades, modifications, and repairs you will not need to completely disassemble your Xbox, therefore, parts 6 and 7 are optional. It is also recommended that you read the instructions completely before starting, so that you can understand better the purpose of each step. Part 3: Removing the grey end grills Tools needed for Xbox 360 disassembly: 7) The grey grills are held on by 6 grey tabs. These must be removed before you can separate the case halves. A view from the inside of the case is shown in the picture. You must push the clips shown from the outside so that they will slide over the pegs that hold them in place. T6: To remove hard drive screws T8: To remove internal Xbox 360 screws T10: To remove Xbox 360 internal chassis from case Metal Bar: To remove grey grills on ends of case Micro Flat Screwdriver: To undo the clips which will separate the case halves Basic Disassembly: Part 1: Preparation Part 2: Removing the faceplate Part 3: Removing the grey end grills Part 4: Separating the case halves Part 5: Removing the top half of the case Advanced Disassembly: Part 6: Removing the power switch Part 7: Disassembling the hard drive 8) Start with the grill that would be on the bottom of the case (when the case is horizontal), the one that has the rubber feet on it. 9) Using the metal rod supplied, poke through the vent holes as shown in the picture and push the grey tabs inward while pulling upward on the grill. It may be useful to use one of the other L keys to "hook" the grey grill and pull up. Part 1: Preparing your Xbox 360 1) Remove any game discs from your Xbox 360. 2) Unplug the console from the wall. 3) Remove the hard drive and put it in a safe place. See Part 7 for disassembly instructions for the hard drive. 4) Place your Xbox 360 in the horizontal position. 5) Make sure you have a good work area, with a place to put the screws so that you do not lose them, and a place to put the various case parts where they will not get scratched. You may want to put a soft cloth underneath the case. Part 2: Removing the faceplate 6) With your right hand, put your thumb in the USB door, and push to the right (outside edge) of the case. Using your left hand, squeeze the top and bottom of the faceplate. The faceplate will pop off. See the arrows in the picture for exact locations. 10) Remove all 6 grey tabs. Pull the grill out and place it to the side. 11) Next remove the tabs from the top grill. With this grill, you may need to remove the foot on the top rear of the case (when Xbox is standing upright), there will be a hole underneath that you can stick the rod through. If you do not want to remove the foot (because of fear of losing it, because it will not stick as well once removed and reapplied), you can leave the grill attached by that one tab and move on to Part 4. You can remove the final tab with your fingers after you separate the case halves, but you will have to be careful not to bend it or break it as it will be in the way. Page 1 of 2 www.talismoon.com Part 4: Separating the halves of the case Part 5: Removing the top half of the case 12) Turn the Xbox case around so you are looking at the rear panel (where the serial number is). 18) There are 6 screws holding the Xbox 360 to the top half of the case. There is one screw in approximately each corner and two in the middle (see diagram). There are two more in the center of the case. Using the T10 key, remove all 6 of these screws. Place the case top to the side. 13) You will see 7 small rectangular holes along the seam. There will have 5 on the right, over the A/V and I/O connectors, and two over the power plug connector. ...
On November 22, 2005, Microsoft released its new generation Xbox 360 in North America. The Xbox is a popular videogame system that competes directly with Sony’s PlayStation and Nintendo’s forthcoming Revolution. See Exhibit 1 for an illustration of the Xbox 360 and a list of features announced in Microsoft’s press release. On November 22, the day of the Xbox 360 release, iSuppli of El Segundo, California announced its tear-down analysis of a production unit. The company described its tear-down analysis as ‘applied market intelligence’ primarily targeted for use by analysts in assessing the economics of the Xbox for Microsoft, its suppliers and competitors.1 iSuppli’s analysis revealed that parts alone totaled $525 for the Xbox 360, which retailed for $399 (Exhibit 2).2 “Microsoft spokesperson Molly O'Donnell said the company does not comment or provide guidance on Xbox 360 cost information. Shares of Microsoft were down $0.23 to $27.69 in recent trading.” (RedHerring.com, November 25, 2005) The first commercial videogame system3 The concept of the modern home videogame is attributed to Ralph Baer, a 29-year old TV engineer, who worked at Loral, a TV manufacturing company, in 1951. Ralph wanted customers to be able to play games on their TV, but his boss rejected the idea. Fifteen years later in 1966, Ralph Baer was still working on his thwarted TV game idea and designed a series of prototypes. A prototype built in 1968 played ball & paddle and target shooting games. After several demonstrations to TV manufacturers, Magnavox signed an agreement with Baer’s company in 1971 and released the first commercial home videogame system – the ‘Odyssey’ – in May 1972. The game console retailed for $100 and was only distributed through Magnavox dealers. Each of the 12 games required its’ own circuit board. Video was in black and white, * This case was prepared by Robert M. Bowen of the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. All sources are publicly available. Revised November 2008. Please do not reproduce without permission. The comments of Dave Burgstahler, Rocky Higgins, Jane Kennedy, Elizabeth Stearns, and Dan Turner are appreciated. 1 iSuppli’s tear-down analysis of the Microsoft Xbox 360 was priced at $1,299 and included a complete bill of materials, cost data, photos and descriptions of key components. Similar reports were available from iSuppli for other well-known consumer electronics devices including Apple’s video-capable iPod and iPod nano. 2 Merrill Lynch released a similar analysis on November 2, 2005 that was not based on a tear-down of an actual unit. 3 This section draws heavily on the history of the videogame, which is told in various versions at http://www.pong-story.com/intro.htm, http://www.emuunlim.com/doteaters/ and http://www.gamespot.com/. For a chronology of videogame systems, see http://www.islandnet.com/~kpolsson/vidgame/mini.htm.
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Graduated Salutatorian 2nd in classfrom Henry Clay High School, Gifted and Talented Liberal Arts Academy, Class of 2004, Lexington, Kentucky USAGraduated from Dartmouth College, with a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, Class of 2008, Hanover, New Hampshire USAAmerican Legion Kentucky Boys State 2003American Legion Boys Nation 2003
SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO Instrucciones: - Queda entendido que el hecho de que la Empresa reciba esta solicitud no la compromete a aceptar como empleado al solicitante. - Cualquier convenio entre la Empresa y el solicitante, se tendrá por hecho sobre la base de que lo expuesto en la solicitud es exacto y verídico y de no ser así, la Compañía podrá cancelar cualquier Contrato de Trabajo, sin responsabilidad alguna para ella. -El solicitante autoriza a la Empresa a comprobar los datos incluidos en esta solicitud de forma confidencial. - Los datos de esta solicitud se incorporarán al fichero automatizado de Ford España S.L., haciendo posible su acceso, rectificación y cancelación por el solicitante, garantizando la absoluta discreción y confidencialidad de los datos aquí expuestos. Apellidos (primero) Nombre D.N.I / N.I.F. Piso Puerta Escal. Cod.postal Nº Afiliación Seg. Social (propio) (segundo) DOMICILIO Ciudad DATOS PERSONALES Nº Calle Teléfono Estado civil Otro Teléfono contacto Sexo Fecha nacimiento Lugar nacimiento Discapacidad (Grado Minusvalía reconocido) Igual o Superior al 33% FOTO Provincia Nacionalidad Porcentaje Tipo carnet conducir % Igual o Superior al 65% Nombre de los padres / tutores Apellidos y Nombre Dirección Ciudad Teléfono Personas que dependen económicamente del solicitante Apellidos y Nombre Fecha Nacimiento Parentesco Situación Actual (1) FORMACION Año DATOS ACADÉMICOS Clase Centro de Enseñanza Localidad/Ciudad Inicio Final Titulación académica (2) Primaria Secundaria Formacion Prof. Universitaria Otros Nivel Alto Idiomas: Inglés Otros Idiomas: (1) Estudiante, trabajador en activo, desempleado, pensionista, etc. (2) Imprescindible aportar titulación o certificado obtenido. S -1 Feb.04 Medio Bajo EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL, EMPLEOS U OCUPACIONES ANTERIORES (indíquelos en orden cronológico empezando por el más antiguo) Periodo DATOS LABORALES Nombre de Empresa Puesto que ocupó Motivo baja Mes/Año Mes/Año (Si lo considera oportuno) AMPLIACION AL CURRICULUM VITAE ¿ HA TRABAJADO ANTERIORMENTE EN FORD ESPAÑA S.L.? (En caso afirmativo cumplimente los siguientes datos:) Periodo Puesto de trabajo OTROS DATOS Planta Mes/Año Mes/Año C.Costos REFERENCIAS Empleado de Ford España S.L. Apellidos y Nombre Dpto. donde trabaja Ocupación Telf Relación con el empleado (amistad, parentesco etc.) VESTUARIO (Indique el número de calzado y tallas que se solicitan) Nº Calzado (Zapatos/Botas) 4 Fotografias tamaño carnet Pantalón Camisa (Ej.: talla 38,40,42,44,46,48,50 etc.) Cazadora DOCUMENTACION QUE DEBE ADJUNTAR A LA SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO: Fotocopias de: D.N.I. / N.I.F Cartilla Seguridad Social Propia Titulo Acreditativo de Estudios Realizados DOMICILIO AL QUE SE DEBE REMITIR LA SOLICITUD DE EMPLEO: FORD ESPAÑA S.L. (Dpto. Selección de Personal) Pol. Industrial S/N, 46440 -Almussafes (Valencia) Nota: En caso de no aportar la documentación que se indica, esta solicitud no será válida. Ciudad Fecha Firma del solicitante
Congratulations, you have purchased the finest flywheel for both increased engine performance and engine life! Instructions for removal and re-installation of your flywheel and clutch assembly can be found in most factory service manuals or through various online resources. *Please follow the OEM recommendations for installation of your new flywheel with the following notes in mind: BASIC FITMENT NOTES: CENTERBORE/CRANK BOSS: Because of standard variances in OEM factory manufacturing tolerances, the aluminum flywheel to crankshaft boss fit may vary from slip-fit to slight interference. Aluminum expands at twice the rate of steel so that in order to retain a tight fit when the engine and flywheel reaches operating temperature — the aluminum flywheel has to go on tighter at ambient temperature. Excessive flywheel runout can be evidence of improper fit. If interference is present, check to see that when the flywheel bolts are torqued, the flywheel is pulled tight against the crankshaft mating surface and that there is no excessive runout. Remove flywheel and inspect for evidence of improper fit. Interference at the crankshaft “boss” can be corrected by removing excessive material with a 3-cornered scraper or by heating the flywheel on an electric "hot plate" to temporarily expand the center bore for correct mounting. Never leave the hot plate unattended. Caution, flywheel will be hot, use care when handling! WARNING: Do not use Loctite on the crank register because it prevents the flywheel from properly seating against the crank. ALIGNMENT, BOLT UP & MOUNTING: Many flywheel applications feature a locating/alignment hole designed to match up to a factory locator dowel, boss or hole on the engine crankshaft flange and assure proper alignment of the flywheel. Please make sure your flywheel is properly aligned using these locator elements when installing. On some applications, like Ford flywheels (e.g. #186501) no locator dowel was used, and the actual crank bolt pattern is ASYMMETRICAL (not equal in dimensions) so that the flywheel may be installed in only one orientation. These type applications may require you to “clock” or rotate the flywheel several times until ALL bolt holes align correctly before installing your crank bolts. Always use OE or higher quality hardware when installing your flywheel and clutch. Fidanza flywheels are designed to use OE spec hardware unless special hardware is provided. Please DO NOT use lock style washers as this will brinell the aluminum and may damage your flywheel. Please DO use a small amount of Loctite on crank bolts where needed to ensure they remain properly tightened. Again, please refer to your factory service manual for correct torque specs, tightening pattern, etc. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN/OVERTORQUE CRANK OR CLUTCH BOLTS AS THIS MAY DAMAGE YOUR FLYWHEEL! Threaded clutch bolt holes are USS (coarse thread) or standard Metric as this is stronger for aluminum. If your flywheel uses dowels for the clutch, the dowels should be pressed in with a vise. You must apply a small amount of permanent Loctite on each dowel before installation (not required for step dowels). Follow the OEM torque specifications for the flywheel to crank bolts and clutch mounting bolts. Wipe the friction surface with brake cleaner to remove protective film or any contaminants just before clutch installation. BELLHOUSING AND BLOCK CLEARANCES: All Fidanza Performance flywheels are designed to OE dimensions and clearances unless specifically noted. Test the flywheel and clutch that you plan to use for rotational clearance inside of the bellhousing and for engine block clearance before final assembly. Normal manufacturing tolerances with the factory bellhousing, oil pan, sensors, engine block and or any other area that could cause clearance problems must be checked prior to final assembly. The flywheel application fitments have been derived using the best possible sources, but end user MUST verify fitment before installation! TRIGGERS: Fidanza Performance flywheels are equipped with trigger rings or the provision to accept the OE trigger rings where required. For vehicles equipped with sensors triggered off of the flywheel, please measure the clearance between the flywheel and trigger/sensor before removal of the original flywheel. This clearance MUST be matched after installation of your new flywheel. This may require shimming for clearance or moving the sensor in as needed. Some factory sensors are adjustable (please see your factory...
No related crashes or injuries have been reported TORRANCE, Calif. – Nov. 1, 2013 – Honda will voluntarily recall approximately 344,000 Odyssey vehicles from the 2007-2008 model years in the United States to remedy an error in the Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system software, free of charge. Due to a combination of VSA system components and software that is unique to 20072008 model year Odyssey vehicles, it is possible for the VSA system to apply the vehicle’s brakes unexpectedly under certain conditions. Each time a vehicle starts moving after an engine restart, the VSA system calibrates the yaw rate sensor. If the vehicle is driven in a specific manner, the VSA system will not properly complete that calibration and hydraulic pressure in the braking system can build. If this occurs without interruption, the pressure may be released into the brake circuit, causing heavy and unexpected braking without the driver pressing on the brake pedal and without illumination of the brake lamps, increasing the risk of a crash. Honda is not aware of any related crashes or injuries related to this issue. An updated yaw sensor will be installed in affected Odyssey vehicles to remedy the error in the VSA software. However, the yaw sensor will not be available until spring of 2014. As a result, owners of affected Odysseys will receive an initial notification by mail informing them of the recall and the steps they can take at vehicle startup to help ensure proper VSA system calibration. When the updated yaw sensors are available in Honda ● 1919 Torrance Blvd. ● Torrance, California 90501-2746 ● Phone (310) 783-3170 ● Fax (310) 783-3622 Media Web Site: www.hondanews.com Consumer Web Site: www.honda.com spring of 2014, vehicle owners will receive second mailed notification instructing them to take their vehicles to a Honda dealer for the free repair. During the interim period, concerned owners of 2007-2008 Odyssey vehicles may view instructions detailing methods to ensure proper VSA system calibration by visiting www.recalls.honda.com. Additionally, in early December, owners of these vehicles will be able to determine if their vehicle is included in the recall by visiting that website or by calling (800) 999-1009, and selecting option 4.