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The Phone Booth / Re: Mustang for 2019
« Last post by hbiss on January 15, 2018, 10:11:59 PM »
LOL! That's the first thing I thought too.

-Hal
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The Phone Booth / Re: Mustang for 2019
« Last post by CMDL_GUY on January 15, 2018, 01:46:15 PM »
Ford has that similar front-end styling on all their cars.

-Hal

Yes, I first noticed it in the Fusion.   I like it a lot, but it does look like a "fish face"
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The Phone Booth / Re: Mustang for 2019
« Last post by hbiss on January 15, 2018, 01:08:59 PM »
Ford has that similar front-end styling on all their cars.

-Hal
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The Phone Booth / Mustang for 2019
« Last post by CMDL_GUY on January 15, 2018, 12:05:23 PM »
http://www.autoguide.com

2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt Debuts with Sinister Looks and 475-HP V8
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The Phone Booth / Re: Fitbit
« Last post by CMDL_GUY on January 15, 2018, 09:26:08 AM »
I got Dana the chargeII and she has a terible time tring to get it to sync.   My Alta came with a dongle for my PC and I love using the PC for tracking.  I have it set to sync with my Galaxie 6  Samsung phone with no problems.   I get better graphs on the PC than the phone.
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The Phone Booth / Re: Fitbit
« Last post by MacGyver on January 14, 2018, 10:27:46 PM »
I have the Alta HR too, though it's primarily just tracking my hours of sleep and resting heart since I can't seem to find time to move around.  Like Rhonda, my butt is in a desk chair at the business office in the morning, the truck seat while headed to the other office, and then in another chair until about 7:00 at night, back to the truck seat, and back to the desk chair.

On a side note, Rhonda, what kind of phone are you using and does your bit give you a fit when trying to get it to sync to it?  My last one was the same model as Stacey's and I never had an issue getting it to sync.
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The Phone Booth / Re: Fitbit
« Last post by Rhonda on January 11, 2018, 02:49:20 PM »
I also have the Fitbit Alta.  I have a desk job and log a couple thousand steps just from moving my arms around and my butt never left the seat.  When I want an accurate count, I put the alta on a clip that attaches to my shoe as walking around Wal-Mart or any store with a shopping cart reads almost nothing.
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Panasonic / Re: TVA200 disconnecting random mailboxes
« Last post by TMacie on January 09, 2018, 03:03:55 PM »
The first time, was via USB. I get the same results if I connect via USB or Ethernet when I try to delete the mailboxes. I have not tried turning off the ports first, how ever after they automatically shut off after the first attempt, I've tried a 2nd and 3rd time with no success.

Travis
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Panasonic / Re: TVA200 disconnecting random mailboxes
« Last post by MrGemini on January 09, 2018, 02:35:25 PM »
were you connected directly to the TVA with a laptop the 1 st time or remotely?
Just curious what happens if you disconnect the ports from the phone system and connect dirrectly
to the TVA with a laptop through the USB.
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MrG
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Panasonic / Re: TVA200 disconnecting random mailboxes
« Last post by TMacie on January 09, 2018, 12:33:00 PM »
Yes, 999 mailbox works, accepts the password, lets me go through menus to the delete mailbox option, lets me enter the mbox number then disconnects when it tries to delete.
I only initialized the system once before restoring. I wasn't aware I should do it more than once.
All switches are on 0
Both the original drive and replacement are from 2006, thats nearing normal drive failure time as far as a PC Spinning disk....
I'm going to try to get a 2nd drive as I have a 2nd 200 here as well, this way I can rebuild from scratch and take my time.

Thanks again for all of your help.
Travis
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