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<p>Music Player Apple iPod Touch can store personal photos
along with music files and video. ITunes, the same program as the applications
of music and movies on the iPod's controls, you can also synchronize photos
stored on a computer to the internal memory of the iPod Touch. The setup
process requires only a single session, then iTunes will automatically update
the photos on the device when synced folder content change. <br />
<p>1. Note the location of the photos you want to import into
your computer's hard drive. You can consolidate the images easier to
synchronize, or create a new folder specifically for the iPod photo. <br />
<p>2. Connect the iPod Touch to the computer via the USB cable
supplied with the unit, and wait for iTunes to open. If the system is running a
Windows operating system without iTunes installed, you can download from the
Apple website. <br />
<p>3. Click on the iPod Touch icon in the device list. Select
the "Photos" tab. <br />
<p>4. Click the "Sync Photos" check box and drop-down
menu. Click "Select Folder" and navigate to the parent folder that
holds the images and click OK. You do not select a specific subdirectory. <br />
<p>5. Click the radio button "All Folders" to import
all the photos on the parent folder, or click the "Selected folders"
to select individual folders to import. The second option is chosen, place a
check mark next to items in the "Folders" section. <br />
<p>6. Click "Apply" and wait for iTunes to the new
data to synchronize with the iPod Touch. When finished, press the
"eject" and unplug the device. The next time the iPod is connected to
the computer updates the video library on iTunes from changes in synchronized
folders. <br />
I have never been able to repair photo-eyes. Suggest your replace. Usually I buy photo eye from Home Depot, then when it goes bad 2-5 years later, I buy another and return bad one in new package if it still looks new.
Take photo of wires before disconnecting so it goes back easy. Wires are color-coded, and colors standard. Be sure to stand on completely dry boards with nothing touching metal when working with outdoor electricity.
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If this is the old style potentiometer unplug amp and remove cover to get to volume control. spray contact cleaner made for that purpose at the radio shack stores or similar. Spray it into the control and turn the control back and forth to work it in. Let stand for a few minutes and try it again. Always make sure it is dry on all components first.
First printing a photo takes lots of ink , it depends on the color of the photo , cyan is blue which maybe consumed more in the printing or there changes that the ink may have dried in the cart hence your getting this error ,remove cart take damp paper towel and hold the paper on the place where ink comes out gently for 20 second ,make it does not touch copper contact it may damage the cart ,make sure you check the place where ink with dry paper its usually bottom of the cart and repeat the above step with dry paper towel and try to print if you get the same error then you need to replace the cart or you can contact brother support and get cart replaced , once cart is used you need print once in week to keep cart from drying, you can use any photo paper which is compatible with printer .
It sounds like you removed the plastic object and protective tape, but can't get the cartridge to sanp in place. Be careful not to touch the the corner where the tape had been. Slide the cartridge at a "Slight upward angle" to get the leading bottom edge in.