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Instructions for Hermle Weight Driven Wall Regulators with W0351 (Time cable driven, chime and hour strike spring driven, side hammer arrangement, automatic night shut-off) 1) Unpack the clock Take clock, the pendulum and key carefully out of large carton. 2) Transportation securing device Open door of case. 3) Hanging the clock Hang up the clock so that it is vertical. 4) Attaching the pendulum Hang the pendulum onto the pendulum leader (see illustration 1). 5) Attaching the weights Hang the weights to the bar carefully and be sure that the clock does not shift (see figure 2). 6) Starting the pendulum Move the pendulum slightly to the left or right and release it gently. 7) Putting the clock in beat Putting the clock in beat is the responsibility of the clock owner. Putting the clock in beat is an adjustment to make the tic and toc evenly spaced. To put the clock in beat: Make sure the clock is hanging straight. (If the clock does not tick at all, remove the pendulum, and first do the above procedure with the pendulum off. 8) Chime a) Chime shut-off Subscribe

Tyndall Report | Year in Review 2015 ABC's NEW FORMAT (2015 vs 27-yr avg) NEXT YEAR's PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION… 2015 was a lackluster year. The top story was nothing more important than an unusually snowy winter. The economy set unnewsworthy records -- the least coverage of the last 28 years. The federal government attracted precious little attention too, despite successful negotiations to halt Iran's nuclear program. Paradoxically, ABC responded to this slow news year by revamping its format to emphasize breaking, often local, news. With the political mood energized both by Trump's nativism and by Black Lives Matter protests in Baltimore, this was the database's third-heaviest year for Race-&-Immigration, led by an influx of refugees in Europe, and racist murders in a Charleston church. The Most Newsworthy Man of the Year was Donald Trump, the would-be wall builder against Mexicans. TOP 20 MOST USED REPORTERS (Anchors excl)

“Intellectual Dark Web” – Basics Eric R. Weinstein, 12. Jan : Just making up an initial private list for myself as to who my “Intellectual Dark Web” would be. After a few weeks of dabbling, I made a list of around a hundred, and then I selected ten. The TOP 3 : Denis Rancourt (twitter, blog, former radio show). Thierry Meyssan of Voltaire Network, for the care, subtlety and calm in his geopolitical commentary. Andrei Martyanov [in discussion & on blog] : for the analysis of industrial production, and military matters. I’ve selected in dark burgundy forty sources I wouldn’t like to be without. To start off the day, I usually visit Tarl Warwick aka Styxhexenhammer666. For going some way to satisfy the shallow, misguided, ill-conceived desire to be ‘informed about the world‘ within a couple of minutes … Anatoly Karlin niqnaq NOTtheTalk (now seldom used) (NB: I find the above conveyors of information little trustworthy as analysts.) For generally intelligent comments & exchange refreshingly non-ideological, & therapeutic Eric R.

HVAC Thermostat Troubleshooting Steps in checking out a room thermostat that is not working POST a QUESTION or READ FAQs about line voltage thermostats InspectAPedia tolerates no conflicts of interest. We have no relationship with advertisers, products, or services discussed at this website. Heating or cooling room thermostat diagnosis: how to troubleshoot a heating or cooling room thermostat that is not working at all or is not working properly. Here we suggest step by step procedures in diagnosing HVAC thermostat problems such as a thermostat that is not working at all or one that shows a blank thermostat display or a thermostat that does not turn heat on or off at the right temperatures. Page top photo: a basic room thermostat showing the red and white wires being switched by the thermostat and a place where it's easy to check for voltage . We also provide a MASTER INDEX to this topic, or you can try the page top or bottom SEARCH BOX as a quick way to find information you need. Heating & Cooling Control Thermostat Troubleshooting Guide Reply: . see HEAT LOSS DETECTION TOOLS. Reply:

• Statista - The Statistics Portal for Market Data, Market Research and Market Studies - Understanding Money Table of Perfect, Major, Minor Intervals in Music Theory In music theory, an interval is the measure of the distance between two pitches. The smallest interval in Western music is a half step. There are several types of intervals, like perfect and non-perfect. Non-perfect intervals can be either major or minor. Perfect Intervals Perfect intervals have only one basic form. Non-Perfect Intervals Non-perfect intervals have two basic forms. Major intervals are from the major scale. Table of Intervals Here is a handy table that will make it easier for you to determine intervals by counting the distance of one note to another note in half steps. Example of Size or Distance of Intervals To understand the concept of size or distance of an interval, look at the C Major Scale. Prime/First—C to CSecond—C to DThird—C to EFourth—C to FFifth—C to GSixth—C to SSeventh—C to BOctave—C to C Quality of Intervals Interval qualities can be described as major, minor, harmonic, melodic, perfect, augmented, and diminished. Inventor of the Interval System

: Systematics, Taxonomy, and Phylogeny The field of science concerned with studying and understanding of the diversification of life on the planet Earth, both past and present, and the classification of and evolutionary relationships among living things is called Systematic Biology, or Systematics for short. Systematics is concerned both with Taxonomy, the naming and classification of life, and Phylogeny, the science and study of understanding the family tree of all life on Earth. Since classification should be based, ideally, on evolutionary relationships, and since the tree of life can only be understood if we know the names of the various branches and twigs that comprise it, it follows that these two are essentially two aspects of the same field. Systematics, then is the classification of life according to its phylogenetic (evolutionary) relationships. Phylogeny is only possible with an understanding of evolution.