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Probably a power supply issue. Lack of power from it.

JDSU Test-um... | Answered 15 hours ago


I am skeptical of the "radio Interference" answer. The symbol on the lower left-hand of the panel indicates that it has received a signal from the sensor. My Receiver stops beeping if I stand between sensor (00739) and receiver (00734?). Perhaps they are too close. It took nearly a week for the sensor to indicate or transmit after Irinsed the battery compartment.

Acu-Rite AcuRite... | Answered Yesterday


dead battery possibly

Ryobi Airgrip... | Answered 2 days ago


They are advertised as 50 foot range, but the accuracy starts falling off past about 35 feet

Measuring Tools... | Answered 3 days ago


if there is thread locking compound on bolt or threads it must be removed, use a tap to clean the threads and a wire brush to clean the bolts. Use a thread locking compound (blue) when reassembling, torque the bolts to 30 ft. lbs. alternating bolt to bolt in 7-10 lb. increments. Recheck the torque after the engine has been ran up to op temp.

Briggs &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


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Measuring Tools... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


can the battery be replaced. If so, how?
open the cover on the back of the device. this is done by squeezing the cover of the battery sector slightly. then remove the old batteries and replace the new ones (I assume you have the AAA) and put the new ones in keeping with the polarity for the device to work properly and then close the battery compartment cover in reverse order

Measuring Tools... | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


I answer questions for free.
I used a framing square for every day for years and frankly I never knew all the lines either.
At fixya they say 'real' experts don't provide a link but instead explain every detail to answer the question.

However in this case, the best detail is the following:
Do a google search for 'how to use a framing square.'

http://www.carpentry-pro-framer.com/framing-square.html

After reading about the framing square, if you have a specific question how to use it, then add a comment and I will help fill out the details. For example if the terminology is confusing.

Here's my favorite framing square tip:
Put the square on the edge of a piece of plywood.
Hold the pencil at a mark.
Then slide the square along the plywood while holding the pencil, and it makes a long straight line. It takes some practice.

Here's another tip:
Sometimes when you cut a piece of wood, the power saw blade tears up the wood.
This is true with your hardwood cuts.
So let's say I am going to cut a 1x6 oak across the grain.
Oak is brittle and it chips with a crosscut, especially with a dull blade.
Use the square to draw a line across where you want your cut.
Bring the square back just a little from the mark ... maybe 1/32 inch ... then score the wood with a sharp utility knife.
Let the blade run along the square for a nice straight line.
Now when you cut your board, and the oak chips out, the little chips stop at the score line.

Stanley 46 - 071... | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


This may be a little late but the answer is "there is no battery". The whole face except for the display is a solar cell. Use it in plenty of light and it will stay on. If you block the light while using it and the internal storage cap has a small charge on it the display will turn off.

Mitutoyo... | Answered on Sep 26, 2019

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