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Choose the Best Jump Start Pack for Your Car with These Suggestions    www.newnow.com

Sometimes, your car may refuse to start only with ignition lock and in that case you need to start it using a jump start pack. If you are at home, at office or at any other place where you ......http://www.newnow.com/

Managed IT Services for Disaster Recovery : An Overview

Managed IT services for disaster recovery is a service, which basically stores all of the data that a business would have in a place that can be accessed from anywhere. In today’s competitive era, it is highly significant for every business to acquire this service, irrespective of its size. It is because; with this service in place a firm can continue to do business with just a flick of a switch in case of disaster. This helps to keep the business running with little or no interruptions.

Sepic Switch Mode Power Supplies

Hurricane Electronics Lab is a premier manufacturer of inductors, transformers, common mode chokes, power transformers, current transformers, and filters for buck, boost, flyback, and sepic switch mode power supplies.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Training
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Training Make the switch to PowerPoint 2010 Overview: Making the upgrade If you’re switching from an earlier version of PowerPoint, particularly from PowerPoint 2003 or earlier, this course is for you. Here, you’ll get familiar with changes to the interface in PowerPoint 2010 — such as the design for menus and toolbars known as ―the ribbon‖ — and find out how do the things you’d typically do to create a presentation. Course goals 1. Work comfortably with the ribbon interface. 2. Do essential things such as create slides, apply a slide design, and insert slide elements. 3. Manage files using the File tab. 4. Benefit from new views, toolbars, and shortcuts. 4/19/2011 Office Environment in PowerPoint Quick Access Toolbar Window controls and Help Ribbon Title Block Text Block Scroll Bar Status Bar 4/19/2011 View options and Zoom control PowerPoint 2010 4 PowerPoint 2010 Ribbon File Home Insert Design 4/19/2011 Transitions Animations Slide Show Review View PowerPoint 2010

STIHL Pruning Guide
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Watching a professional prune a tree or shrub can cause confusion in a layperson. It makes many ask: • “Why did he make that cut in that spot?” • “Why did he switch the pruners from his right to left hand?” • “When does he choose a pruning saw instead of loppers?” • “How does he make these decisions so quickly?” Pruning need not be mysterious. Armed with a little knowledge and the right tools and equipment, you can prune virtually any tree or shrub yourself—with great confidence and speed that comes with practice. The basic knowledge you’ll need for most of your pruning jobs is right here in this book. The tools and equipment you’ll need are at your local Stihl dealer!Reasons for Pruning Stihl Precision Series™ Hand Tools • To direct growth making a plant look more dense or more open • To decrease the amount of shade to bed plantings and lawns and the overall weight on the trunk and branches • To rejuvenate old or neglected shrubs by stimulating the growth of vigorous new shoots • To keep a plant’s size in check • To increase airflow and sunlight to the innermost parts of a tree • To remove dead or diseased wood so the integrity of the entire plant is preserved while improving its total aesthetics • To reduce a plant’s transpiration rate. This is valuable in areas of the country that periodically experience drought and high winds • To aid transplants in surviving due to the loss of some of their root systems • To increase fruit and flowering quality as well as quantity • To improve home security

STIHL Technical Reference Guide 2012-01 - STIHL iCademy ...

Pages 1. Model Series Number System ………………………………….……..2 - 7 2. Product Serial Number Location ……………………………………. 8 - 12 3. Model Codes …………………………………….……………………… 13 4. Model Component Chart …………………………………………....... 14 - 20 a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Chain Saws ……….…… 14 - 15 Pole Pruners ………….. 16 Blowers ……………..…. 16 Line Trimmers ………… 17 - 18 Edgers ………………….. 18 Augers and Drill..............18 Hedge Trimmers ….…... 19 Cut-Off Machines .......... 20 5. Bulk Starter Rope, Ignition Lead and Fuel Line Chart…………….21 6. Carburetor Kits …………………………….…………………………... 22 - 33 a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Chain Saws …………………………………… 22 - 25 Blowers/Sprayers …………………………… 26 - 27 Hedge Trimmers ……………….…………… 27 Yardboss® ……………………………………. 28 Line Trimmers/ Brushcutters ………….….. 28 - 30 PowerSweep™……………………………….. 31 Pole Pruner / Kombi – Units ....................... 31 Edgers …………………………………………32 Cut-Off Machines ……………………………. 33 Augers and Drill……………………….………33 7. Carburetor Jets ………………………………………………………... 34 8. Gasket Kits ……………………………………………………………... 35 - 36 9. Saw Chain Accessory Chart ………………………………………… 37 - 38 10. Cut-Off Machine Accessory Chart …………………………………. 39 11. Abrasive Wheel Chart ………………………………………………… 40 12. Diamond Wheel Chart ………………………………………………… 41 - 42 13. Material Reference Chart for Diamond Wheels ………………….. 42 14. USG Chart ………………………………………………………………. 43 15. Extension Cord Length ………………………………………………. 44 16. Measurement Conversion …………………………………………… 45 17. Hedge Trimmer Replacement Blade Chart ……………….….……. 46 18. Service Kits……..……………………………………………..…..……. 47 US/STC 10-20-2011

BLACKBERRY® Z10 - Verizon Wireless
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BETTER ON VERIZON 4G LTE. BlackBerry 10 OS, version 10.2.1 continues to build on the BlackBerry 10 platform for the Z10 devices. LOCK SCREEN MESSAGE PREVIEW CUSTOMIZED QUICK SETTINGS • Lock Screen becomes interactive and provides real-time information when it arrives • Customize options and toggles to suit your  specific needs • Each notification icon becomes a touch point allowing the user to check any notification type, whether it’s email, BBM or text messages • Available Quick Setting Options Include:  • Swipe right and left on the notifications section to change between Message Preview and standard lock screen view • Customize notifications based on accounts and message priority • Offers an easy-to-find switch between  personal/work perimeter - Show or hide shortcuts for Location,  Tethering, Hotspot, NFC and Flight Mode, Flashlight , Device Monitor and much more - Quick Settings allow you toggle the  feature on and off or jump straight to the setting page for the desired feature SIMPLIFIED PHONE UI OFFLINE READING MODE • A refreshed UI makes answering / declining  the incoming call simpler • Browser offline reading mode allows you to  save the current page for later viewing, with or without network connection • A new dedicated “Reply Now” icon appears  when your phone rings so you can send a quick response via BBM, SMS or E-Mail to incoming call when you are too busy to pick up. • Use the “Save Page” option to create an  offline copy

User Guide - BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Published: 2013-09-26 SWD-20130926111353716 Contents Welcome....................................................................................................................................................... 8 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features........................................................................................................... 9 Getting started.............................................................................................................................................13 Inserting the SIM card, battery, and media card............................................................................................13 Remove the battery door.............................................................................................................................. 13 Insert or remove the SIM card...................................................................................................................... 13 Insert or remove the battery and a media card.............................................................................................. 14 Set up your device........................................................................................................................................15 Home screen at a glance..............................................................................................................................16 Application icons......................................................................................................................................... 16 Notification icons......................................................................................................................................... 19 Scroll and move between items.................................................................................................................... 20 Use a slider..................................................................................................................................................20 Select items.................................................................................................................................................21 Zoom in to or zoom out from the screen........................................................................................................ 22 Move items from one place to another.......................................................................................................... 22 Minimize apps and show your Active Frames................................................................................................ 23 Show the menus.......................................................................................................................................... 23 About BlackBerry ID.................................................................................................................................... 24 Set up a new BlackBerry ID.......................................................................................................................... 24 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app....................................................................................................... 25 Device Switch.............................................................................................................................................. 26 Before you switch devices............................................................................................................................ 26 Learn what transfer options are available to you............................................................................................26 Make note of your usernames and passwords...

Set Up A BlackBerry® Z10 to the ECU Exchange Email System

Set Up A BlackBerry® Z10 to the ECU Exchange Email System The steps below outline the process for setting up a Blackberry Z10 via Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync. All other Blackberry phones will need to use the Outlook Web Access via the phones web browser at https://mail.ecok.edu 1. From the home screen, select Settings. If not available, swipe down from the top of the display (where the time is located). 2. Select Accounts. 3. Select Add Account (located at the bottom). If not available, skip to step 4. 4. Select Advanced (located at the bottom). 5. Select Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync. 6. Enter the appropriate information into the following fields: Available settings may vary depending upon account type. o Description o Domain ecu.ecu o Username your Name o Email Address your email address (UserID@ecok.edu) o Password your campus UserID password o Server Address mail.ecok.edu o Port 443 o Use SSL Set to On . o Use VPN Not Needed. o Use Push Sset to On . o Sync Interval  Set to an interval of how of often you want your mail updated. o Sync Timeframe  Set to the number of days you want your mail updated. Usually set to one. 7. Select the On/Off switch for any of the following to enable/disable: Available settings may vary depending upon account type. o Sync Email o Sync Contacts Caution: Will download all contacts in the email system. o Sync Calendar o Sync Tasks o Sync Memos 8. Select Done (located in the upper-right). 9. If presented, enter a password into the "Password" and "Confirm password" fields then select OK.

ELECTRIC FUEL PUMP TROUBLESHOOTING ... - Mallory Ignition

The following pertains primarily to Mallory COMP Pumps equipped with Gerotor style pump systems, but also applies to many other fuel systems. BASIC INFORMATION The Mallory Gerotor style COMP Pumps are more forgiving than vane style pumps, but it is still important to insure they are properly mounted and receive clean fuel. The correct mounting position is even with or below the tank and preferably behind or next to the fuel tank. All electric pumps push fuel far better than they can pull (suck) fuel. Make sure that a low restriction filter is between the tank and the pump. A 40-micron element it sufficient to protect the pump from contamination such as dirt, rust, fuel cell foam, etc. Mallory has them available that will screw directly into the pump itself. Electric pumps need a clean and stable power source. Run a minimum of 12 gauge wires to the pump if it is relatively close to the power source. Longer runs should utilize 10 gauge wire instead. With a trunkmounted battery, we recommend that you use a relay to allow for short power wires to be run. Do not pull power from a common terminal, especially if the ignition is wired to the same terminal.

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