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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Location 1. The fireplace may be hanged on any wall surface that can support its weight and where it can be leveled. As it does not irradiate any heat from the back and no rear clearances are needed. 2. The heater, which is located at the base of the fireplace, must be a minimum of 16 inches away from any combustible material. 3. It is important that the wall on to which the fireplace is to be installed is of sound construction. It is recommended that the brackets are installed directly into beams for support. But not necessary depending on the size and weight of the unit. 4. Yosemite fireplaces are approved for indoor use only. 5. The fireplace must be kept away from any source of damp or moist conditions. Avoid any close contact with water. 6. This fireplace produces heat. Consequently it is important to ensure that a suitable wall covering is selected behind and around the appliance. Typical wood frame drywall construction is suitable. 2|P a g e Installation Figure 1 1. Select the position of the fireplace on the wall to which it is to be mounted. Draw a level horizontal line on the wall at the required height. This line will correspond to the top of the fireplace so it is important to allow for the extra height of the glass face. 2. Mark the center line of the fireplace on to the horizontal line. 3. Place the Installation Plate along the horizontal line and line up the center “V” cut out with the center line. See Figure 1. 4. DRYWALL INSTALLATION Install screws into studs at 4 outside corner screw holes. If studs are not present, install self drilling hollow wall anchors at the 4 outside corners and find wood studs with at least 4 more screws on the mounting plate (two high and two low). Holes are offset to allow finding wood studs at normal spacing. Attach more screws into larger models as needed.
The new SolidWorks Electrical 2D is powerful software that includes all the functionality required for electrical engineers to complete their projects. It allows you to work and collaborate easily on several electrical projects simultaneously, create comprehensive single or multi-line schematic diagrams, generate automatic reports and bills of materials, and even include manufacturing information or instructions. The line drawing planning tool, for example, provides innovative capabilities and can be used at any stage of the development process. With a large library of symbols, it allows designers to create simple yet powerful representations of the electrical wiring that are perfect for project management and reporting. You will also benefit from the extensive database of manufacturer parts that are updated frequently and available within the software. This allows you to search, find, and add the right motor, contactor, or any other electrical component when designing the electrical system. Using simple tools, you can draw and define connections between the components regardless of where they are in the design. In addition, cables or wires can be assigned even at this stage using the cabling window. After adding some terminals and selecting the right cable from the cable repository, you can assign its conductors as connections between electrical components. But, more importantly, it’s also linked automatically to the traditional detailed multi-line diagrams so you don’t have to wire things twice. This helps prevent errors as well as
THE PERFECT OIL CHANGE The “Perfect Oil Change” is the easiest thing in the world to do. The problem is that oil changes are often seen as a chore, and the necessary time and attention are often skimped in the rush to get to something that seems more important. You may well be the first owner of the tractor to do this right. The first step is to get the motor good and hot. Run it for at least a half-hour, until the cylinder head is too hot to touch and the oil filter can is uncomfortably warm. This ensures that the oil is hot, which makes it flow easier, and it also makes sure that any crud in the oil is fully entrained and will come out with it. Park it, shut it off, and immediately remove the drain plug on the underside of the engine. Have a drain pan that will hold 6 quarts of oil under the drain. You’ll get a hot, oily hand, because the drain hole is big and most of the oil will come out in one big rush. Once that is draining, turn to the oil filter can, on the left side of the engine. Remove the cap by undoing the big hexagon bolt on the top. Don’t remove the filter yet. Next, locate the drain plug for the filter can – it’s on the bottom of the can, towards the front. It may have a hexagon head, or it may have a square head – either way, it’s usually all boogered up from people using pliers to remove it. Remove it, with a drain pan under the hole – this will allow the oil in the filter can to drain out. Now – go away and leave it alone. Find something else to do, but leave it to drain for at least an hour,...
LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 Enhanced Capabilities for Supporting iOS Devices The Rescue + Mobile for iOS App has been enhanced with the following new capabilities/features: Screenshot Sharing: If the customer permits the sharing of screenshots, then all the screenshots made on the device during a session are automatically uploaded for the technician. This feature ensures non-real-time screen sharing on an iOS device, where Device View and Remote Control are not available while the Rescue app is running in the background due to another app running in the foreground. 2 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 In-app Co-Browsing: The Rescue iOS App has been provided with a built-in internet browser. When the iOS Rescue App is running in the foreground, the technician can use this browser during Remote Control. 3 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 Whiteboard and Laser Pointer: The Whiteboard and Laser Pointer functionalities are now available for supporting iOS devices enabling technicians to draw freehand images or to highlight items on the customer’s screen. 4 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 Local Notifications Using Chat: When the Rescue iOS App is running in the background on a device, chat messages appear as Local Notifications on the customer’s device. The technician can guide the customer via chat even when the Rescue app is in the background. Other recently added features you may have missed: System info: Pull diagnostic info from the device. Device Config: Push profiles to configure email, network and Wi-Fi settings, update settings for passcode requirements and set restrictions on the device. URL Push: Technicians can launch websites using the in-app browser, or leave a web shortcut on the homepage to direct users to additional materials. Chat: Technicians and users can experience seamless communication during a session.
Let's consider the following example: One has measured the force necessary to extend a spring from its rest (equilibrium position) for various extensions. The goal is to find the spring constant. The theory (Hook's Law) predicts the linear dependence between the force and the change of the length of the spring: F = -kx To find the spring constant k, one needs to plot the negative force -F as a function of x and find the straight-line fit. The slope of that line is equal to the spring constant k. Finding the best straight-line fit could be quite time consuming if done with a calculator. Using Microsoft Excel program significantly simplifies the whole procedure. Follow the steps shown below to make a graph and then draw a straight line that fits your data. A. Start Microsoft Excel 2010 (or Excel 2007). B. Enter your data into Excel spreadsheet. C. Highlight all cells containing data. In our example, the first column (A) contains values of x, whereas the second column (B) contains values of force -F: D. From the "Insert" tab select "Charts - Scatter". Use the first type of scatter charts – “Scatter with only Markers”. You should see a simple plot prepared by Excel. E. Next step is to add axis labels and legend to the graph. Select “Layout” tab from “Chart Tools”. Then add a header using the “Chart Title” button and add axis labels using “Axis Titles” button (both for horizontal and for vertical axes). Optionally, you may edit or simply remove the legend. Grab and drag a corner of the graph (chart) to enlarge its size. F. The last step is to add the linear fit (a straight line fit) to your graph (chart). Click once anywhere inside the graph area. Select the “Layout” tab from “Chart Tools”. Click on the “Trendline” icon and select the “Linear Trendline” option. You should see a graph similar to this: ...
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The Virtuous Closet is a Modest Woman’s Apparel Company created for the The Virtuous Woman. Our concept is based on the tenants of the virtuous woman described in Proverbs 31… We are a company committed to serving the needs of modest women seeking to find modern modest apparel. We realize that this task has become more difficult in today’s fashion mainstream. All of the clothing are hand selected with careful, Godly consideration from the eyes of a woman. We strive to find quality garments which do not reveal the contours of the female bodice or draw unsolicited attention to her femininity. We hope that the clothing we select and manufacture meet the needs of today’s virtuous woman. We have included the lengths for the skirts and dresses to make it easier for you to know where the garment will fall on your own body. We encourage you to call us for any events or upcoming ladies conferences in your area where we can display or share lessons on modest dressing.
Testing Electrical Systems with a Digital Multimeter Perhaps the most important tool you'll use in troubleshooting auto electrical systems is the multimeter. Basic multimeters measures voltage, current and resistance, while more elaborate multimeters, such as the Fluke 78, or Fluke 88 have featues that can check things such as frequency, duty cycle, dwell, make diode tests, and even measure temperature, pressure and vacuum. Starter Current S tarting system troubles are often confused with charging system problems. Many a dead battery has been replaced when the real cause was a faulty charging system. Be sure that the charging system is functioning properly before you replace the battery. Make sure the battery is charged and passes a load test, then look for resistance in the starter circuit if the engine still cranks slowly. Investigate excessive current draw; check for worn-through insulation, a seized or tight engine, a faulty starter, etc. If the starter turns the engine slowly, the current draw is not high, and the battery is in good condition, check the resistance in the starter circuit. Fig 6 - Measuring Starter Current Draw Determine how much current the starter is drawing by using Fluke's 80i-401, 80i-1010, or 90i-610s Inductive Current Clamp on the starter cable. This accessory will allow the multimeter to measure starter current up to 1000 amps. Check manufacturer's specs for exact figures.
Top 10 Aircraft Wiring Mistakes (and how to avoid them) Over the last several years we’ve helped hundreds of builders plan, install and troubleshoot the electrical system on their aircraft. Through all of that we’ve found there are several common mistakes that people make – it’s only natural as people venture into new areas. We’ve written this document to help you avoid those mistakes. These pointers apply equally to traditional wiring as well as aircraft wired using a Vertical Power system. 10. Not learning how the alternator works There are several aspects of alternator operation that are often overlooked yet important to the proper wiring and operation of the aircraft. They are: Alternator capacity. An alternator rated at 60 amps means that it should be able to put out 60 amps to support a 60 amp load from the avionics, lights, and other devices on the aircraft. That does not mean it always puts out 60 amps. It only puts out power equivalent to that being drawn by the devices on the aircraft. For example, the avionics might only draw 12 amps and the voltage regulator adjusts accordingly so that the alternator only puts out 12 amps. When you turn on a 6 amp landing light the voltage regulator adjusts and enables the alternator to put out 18 amps. It’s also important to note that the alternator both recharges a low battery and keeps a full battery “topped off.” For planning purposes, it’s a good rule of thumb to derate the alternator capacity by 20% and assume...
Thanksgiving and The Pumpkin Pie By Mikki Sadil Thanksgiving! Doesn’t just the name of the day make your mouth water when you think of all the good food Mom is going to be cooking? There’s turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, some good veggies, and best of all…Pumpkin Pie for dessert! YUM! You’ve probably always had pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving, and maybe Christmas, too, but where did pumpkin come from? No, not in the local market! Pumpkins have an interesting history, and you can trace them back about 9,000 years to different places in Central America. The name ‘pumpkin’ originated from a very old Greek word, ‘pepon’, and over centuries was finally changed into ‘pumpkin’ by the early American colonists. Native Americans used pumpkins in several different ways: when they cleaned the seeds out, they used them for medicine. They would boil them and make a kind of tea that they drank for different sicknesses. They also used them to rub on a snakebite, because they believed the seeds would draw the snake venom (poison) out of the wound. Many years later, the American colonists thought pumpkin seeds would remove freckles if they rubbed them over their faces. Another way Native Americans used the pumpkins was to slice them into long strips, dry them, and then weave them into mats for them to sleep on. Sometimes they even wove them into the long grasses that some tribes used to build their wigwams. When there were pumpkins left over after all the work was done, the Indians cut them into long strips, roasted them over an open fire, and ate them. This was a real treat. The first ‘pumpkin pie’ occurred when the early colonists sliced the top off, cleaned out all the seeds, and filled the inside with milk, spices, and honey, and then baked it in hot ashes. The pumpkin pie changed over many generations, with a lot of different ingredients added to it, until today when it is that delicious Pumpkin Pie your mom bakes as the special dessert for Thanksgiving dinner.