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Bulletin CES12-04 Subject: Front Suspension Creaking Noise Vehicle Involved: 2006-09 Volkswagen Passat, Passat Wagon 2005-09 Volkswagen Jetta A5, 2009 Jetta SportWagen 2006-09 Volkswagen Rabbit, GTI, R32 2007-09 Volkswagen Eos 2009 Volkswagen CC Repair Procedure: Vehicles listed above may exhibit a creaking noise originating in the front suspension while entering steep driveways or over large bumps. The source of this noise could be the forward inner control arm bushing. To confirm if this is the issue, raise the vehicle and remove the wheel on the suspected side. Disconnect the lower control arm at the ball joint and move the arm up and down, checking for noise at the forward bushing. See Fig. 1. Fig. 1 If the noise is found, remove the control arm and replace the bushing with NAPA Chassis part number 267-3725. NAPA Brake and Chassis ■ 4400 Prime Parkway ■ McHenry, IL 60050 ■ (815) 363-9000
Prostate Cancer, Bone Metastases, and Treatment-Related Osteoporosis A Publication of The Bone and Cancer Foundation General Information about Prostate Cancer 1. Q. What is prostate cancer? A. Prostate cancer is an abnormal (malignant) growth of the prostate, a walnut-sized gland at the base of the urinary bladder in men. 2. Q. How common is prostate cancer? A. Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men (except for skin cancer) and a leading cause of cancer death worldwide. In 2007, close to 218,890 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and 27,050 men will die from prostate cancer in the U.S. 3. Q. How is prostate cancer diagnosed? A. Prostate cancer is most often diagnosed by needle biopsy of the prostate gland. Biopsies are usually advised for men found to have either an abnormal digital rectal exam (DRE) or elevated PSA blood level. (The medical term for PSA is prostate-specific antigen.) Some, but not all men with an abnormal DRE or PSA have prostate cancer. Digital rectal exam (DRE) — is a procedure in which a gloved finger is put into the rectum to check the prostate gland. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) — is a protein produced by the prostate gland. Its level goes up in the blood of some men who have prostate cancer. It can also go up with other conditions that affect the prostate. These include infections (prostatitis) and a non-cancerous growth that comes with aging, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). 4. Q. What are the risk factors for prostate cancer? A. Risk for prostate cancer increases with age. More than 90% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are older than 50 years. African-American men have a higher risk for prostate cancer than men of other races. A family history of prostate cancer increases prostate cancer risk. About 10% of prostate cancers appear to run in families although little is known about how or why this happens. Some environmental factors, including high intake of dietary fat, appear to increase prostate cancer risk. 5. Q. How is early-stage prostate cancer treated? A. There are several treatment choices for men with early-stage prostate cancer (tumors that appear confined to the prostate gland): Prostatectomy: surgical removal of the prostate gland. ...
Optimal Implementation of On-Line Optimization Xueyu Chen1, Ralph W. Pike1, Thomas A. Hertwig 2 and Jack R. Hopper3 1. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803 USA, 2. IMC Agrico Company, Convent, LA 70822 USA, 3. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX 77710 USA Abstract Results from a theoretical and numerical evaluation of on-line optimization algorithms were used to recommend the best way to conduct on-line optimization. This optimal procedure conducts combined gross error detection and data reconciliation to detect and rectify gross errors in plant data sampled from the distributed control system. The Tjoa-Biegler method (the contaminated Gaussian distribution) was used for gross errors in the range of 3σ - 30σ or the robust method (Lorentzian distribution) for larger gross errors. This step generates a set of measurements containing only random errors which is used for simultaneous data reconciliation and parameter estimation using the least squares method. Updated parameters are used in the plant model for economic optimization that generates optimal set points for the distributed control system. Applying this procedure to a Monsanto sulfuric acid contact plant, a 3% increase in profit and a 10% reduction in SO2 emissions were projected over current operating condition which is consistent with other reported applications. Keywords: On-line optimization; data reconciliation parameter estimation; process optimization...
Subaru Remote Programming (Type 2) PLEASE NOTE: REQUIRES SUBARU KEY PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE & SOFTWARE VERSION 10.05 OR HIGHER (BETA AT THE TIME OF THIS PUBLICATION). These instructions are just for the remote which programs separate from the transponder. The following vehicles are supported: YEAR 2005 MAKE Subaru MODEL Outback 2.5XT/3.0R 2006 2006 2006 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2007 2007 2007 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2008 2008 2008 2008 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2011 Subaru Forester Photo # 1 OPEN UP THE REMOTE TO OBTAIN THE REQUIRED 8 DIGIT ID CODE THAT SHOULD BE LOCATED ON A WHITE STICKER ATTACHED TO THE CIRCUIT BOARD. THE TOP LINE IS THE CODE YOU NEED. (11562847 IN THE PHOTO) NOTE: EACH REMOTE WILL HAVE ITS OWN UNIQUE ID CODE. COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE Select: Subaru/ USA/ Remotes/ Type2 CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 2 This Procedure requires SMC (Smart Card) COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Using the touch screen on the PRO Enter the 8 digit code from the remote label found inside the remote (See Photo #1 on Page 1 Touch the CHECK MARK on the touch screen to program the remote code displayed on the screen VERY IMPORTANT: Please Wait 20-30 seconds before testing the remote CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
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AT-LXPWR/AC Power Supply Installation Guide An AT-LX3800U Multi-Service Transport System can contain the following combinations of AC and DC power supplies: Verify that the retaining clip is in the correct position. If any item is missing or damaged, contact your Allied Telesyn sales representative for assistance. Note The AT-LX3800U chassis is shipped with one AT-LXPWR power supply in the leftmost (PWR A) position. Overview The AT-LXPWR/AC Power Supply is designed for use in an AT-LX3800U Multi-Service Transport System. The AT-LXPWR/AC Power Supply shares the power load with the preinstalled power supply and also powers the unit if the main power supply fails. The power supply is hot swappable into and out of the system. 5. ON 181 100-24 0VAC ~ Installing the Power Supply To install an additional AT-LXPWR/AC power supply, perform the following procedure: 1. One AC or one DC in either slot 6. Remove the AT-LXPWR/AC unit from its shipping package and store the package in a safe place. You must use the original shipping package if you need to return the unit to Allied Telesyn. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to loosen the captive screws on the blank cover on the right side (labeled PWR B) of the back of the chassis and remove the cover. PWR B One AC and one DC in either slot AT-L X PWR Note You can install a DC power supply in the PWR A or PWR B slot. The following procedure shows how to install it in the PWR B slot. Follow the same installation process to install a DC power supply in the PWR A slot. Two AC or two DC
Avoiding false alarms is critical to better monitoring service and preventing false alarm fines from your local municipality. Below are tips to help you receive better alarm response. • Select the seven day training period on your Emergency Information Schedule. • Select the “standard” procedure for intrusion alarms on the Emergency Information Schedule. • Make sure everyone in your house knows how to use the alarm system. They should all know a valid three-digit code and the codeword. Notify Brink’s if you are going to sell or rent your home, so we can assist the new residents. • Cancel all accidental alarms by entering your three-digit code, then press CANCEL. (You can also cancel accidental alarms in reverse order by first pressing CANCEL then entering your three-digit code.) See page 10 for more details. • Test the system each week and promptly notify Brink’s Customer Service of any problems at 1-800-445-0872. Customer Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. • If you experience any unexplained false alarms, immediately contact Brink’s Customer Service. • If you are going to fumigate your home or do any other work, which will create a large amount of dust, completely cover all motion detectors and smoke/heat detectors. (Don’t forget to uncover the smoke detectors and motion detectors when you are finished.) Excessive smoke from cooking or the fireplace can also cause a false fire alarm. • If you know the motion detector is the cause of your false alarms, you may turn the system on with the motion detector off. To do this, follow the steps described on page 11 of this manual. Promptly notify Brink’s Customer Service for further assistance. • If you get an indoor pet after the alarm system is installed, you should contact Brink’s Customer Service. A service call may need to be scheduled to adjust the motion detector.