Instructie video Philips Sunmobile HB 971.
Philips sunmobile 822.
Philips Sunmobil Werbung von 1992.
Installation instructions for: HPA 400 S lamps for Sun Mobile.
THIS IS NORMAL
Only brand new HPA lamps have distinct spots at the inside. This spots disappear after the first few minutes of use.
HB810 t / m HB824 and HP8540
1. 2. 3. (3 - lamps Sun Mobile) Remove the special filter glass in front of the lamps. Remove the old lamps by pushing to one side in the longitudinal direction. At one side the bulb will come out of the socket and can than be removed. Make sure the old lamps have not burned contacts. This can point out that the socket is damaged. With a burned socket a new lamp can very quickly fail. A burned socket can be recognized by a dull black reclining at the contact point. The replacement of a socket is relatively easy and we have them in stock. Install the new lamps by pressing them firmly into the socket to one side, which creates space at the other side to push them in place. To be sure that they make good contact, you must do the following: Turn the lamps a little bit about the longitudinal ...
CMAS Contract Product and Service Codes
Circle up to 12 descriptions which reflect the contents of your contract. At least one of these codes must be a description other than a brand code. These descriptions are used to identify the contents of contracts to government purchasing agents when searching the CMAS website. Next to each description, YOU MUST indicate the page number from the base contract where the product or service is identified. Only products and services which can be substantiated by the contents of the base contract will be identified on the CMAS contract.
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TUGboat, Volume 5 (1984), No. 2
Profile of Installations Available to TUG Members October 12, 1984
The 'I$$ Users Group records show the following about institutions where TEX is either running or in the process of being installed. academic non-academic institutions organizations U.S. and Canada elsewhere This information comes from the "Request for Information" section on membership forms. Since many membership renewals are processed early in the year, much of this information is not current. Therefore, the sites marked Lip1 to indicate "installation in progress" may actually have 'I$$ running by now. Furthermore, many members have omitted mentioning whether 'I$$ is actually available at their site, so this should be considered a "minimum" list. For computers which may run under different operating systems, particularly IBM mainframes and VAX, the operating system has been specified where it is known. Members using such computers are requested to be specific in their responses on the renewal form; this ...