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Make sure that the clothes in the washing machine are of similar fabrics ( cotton: polyester: wool, etc) do not mix cotton with polyester because cotton will absorb more water that Polyester during the wash cycle, and put the machine out of balance during the spin cycle.
If this does not work, it could be that one of the tub suspension damper units is worn, and not doing its job of stabilizing the load.
If the machine is making a lot of unusual banging noises, during spin, it could be that one of the counter balance weights that are attached to the tub, have become loose or detached, which will also give the same effect as an out of balance load.
I hope this helps?

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Check the owners manual or manufacturers website for error codes. Most likely cause...a bad control board.You tube will most likely have "how to replace" videos for your assistance.
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On the back of the watch is a module number, It is usually in a rectangle box. Look up that number on the g-shock site and it will give the directions for that watch.

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Check whether the pump runs when you start a new cycle as this is the default behaviour for most machines to ensure that they are empty before starting the wash. If the pump runs then it likely that the filter in the bottom of the machine requires cleaning.

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The codes p0452 and p0463 refer to the fuel sender unit. There may be a wiring problem and the gauge is not working properly.
p0128 indicates that the engine is running too cold. Possible stuck thermostat in open position. This would cause the engine to run a richer fuel mixture.

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Others have been able to change the password in BIOS. Found this:

1. The HDD password cannot be removed using Security Assist.
2. Using SETUP BIOS (i.e. start machine; Hold Esc; Press F1), Tab to the HDD Password section which should be displayed as follows:
HDD Password
HDD = Built-in HDD
HDD Password Mode = USER Only
User Password = Registered
3. Tab to the "User Password" field and simply enter the old password and then a new one twice (once to verify) as one would do normally. If you don't want a password, just press "enter" twice

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Well, there can be several reasons for buying a replica watch intentionally. Let us consider some of them and comprehend this concern:
1. Some people buy replica watches of their favorite brands as they are financially manageable.
2. Some people love to build a huge collection of watches and that's the reason why they buy replicas of the most popular brands to enhance their watch collection.
3. It provides people with a classy and elegant look. I have also bought a Swiss replica watch due to this reason only!

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Go to the manufacturer's website and enter your model number and click on "Support" and there should be a FAQ's, Owners Manual or other support options for you. Otherwise the website may have a "Contact" phone number to call or a way to Chat online.

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When you change developer.You want clear in service mode.(Counter)

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don't know if its a copy or original this should help https://www.google.co.uk/search?ei=q53fW8D-N8jfwQLHp5joAg&q=b170+camera+manual+pdf&oq=b170+camera+manual+&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.33i160k1.3277.5884.0.8114.

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