Solved!! So I figured out what was wrong. My system was running High Sierra which means that the internal SSD drive had been converted to the newer APFS file system. Early OS versions are unable to read APFS drives! Part of the upgrade that enables APFS is a firmware/SMC update to the logic board. The replacement boards that I received had only ever been upgraded through OS-X Mountain Lion. So with the older logic boards there was no way for them to read the internal SSD drive, including the boot partition. Booting with a recovery disk I was able to go into Disk Utilities and determine that my disk was being seen just fine at the hardware level and in fact I could use the Verify function to actually see that all my files were there. So the solution was to: (1) Attach an external USB drive (formatted to MacOS extended (journaled) with GUID partition scheme. I used a USB 3.0 drive which makes the process considerably faster. (2) Hold Option, Command, R keys to enter Network Recovery (3) Followed prompts to...
The soles were probably made with some type of polyurethane. When stored for long times, especially with higher humidity present, the PU can undergo hydrolysis which will make them sticky and gooey. There is not much that can be done to fix...as the damage is done in the actual makeup of the sole. You could attempt to make them usable by dusting them with corn starch or talcum powder and seeing if it makes them acceptable.
Don't see any reason why if you can get your hands on a replacement touchbar that you couldn't replace it yourself. It is just that being a relatively new model there are not a lot of parts to be had. Here is the teardown that shows you how to remove the touchbar: MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar Teardown
Should be able to touch the TA box to turn it on and off in the touchscreen. Alternately you can go into Setup, then RDS and turn the volume for TA to zero. Are other touch functions working OK...like can you turn AF on and off in a similar manner?
There are a few different software programs that will allow you disk access via USB to your device from a Windows or Mac based system. Some are somewhat predatory in that they will show you your deleted files (getting you excited and hopeful) but then requiring you to pay a license fee in order to continue. Some developers go so far as to post questions on sites like this to drive traffic to their scams. If you Google search "recover deleted text Galaxy J1" you'll find the various options. As for which ones are good or bad or free...sorry I can't help you. But the answer to "how" is get some software and connect to a computer. Good luck!
So when you press the Power Level button does the display not change? Typically what you want to do is select the amount of time you want to cook, then press the Power Level button until it display 7 or 6 or 5 or whatever you want, then press Start. With older microwaves you often would hear the microwave generator power off and on throughout the cycle, with newer ones they seem to just run at a lower intensity without any noticeable change in pitch or speed.
You say every kitchen circuit...have you tried it in an outlet that you know is live, that is all that really matters. Like, do you have a toaster or something that is working? Then use that same outlet. Kitchen outlets are required to be GFCI protected and so if one outlet gets tripped, either by a quirky appliance or a power surge or storm, ALL the outlets that are wired along with that GFCI device will be affected...even if that particular outlet is just a normal looking outlet. If it does not work even with a known good outlet, then you can move on to possible physical problems with the blender. Could be a bad power switch: Hamilton Beach 51101BA Power Button Replacement
No. Nearly (or all) of the other A1466 models from 2013-2016 are the same. But not the 2012 models. The holes by the microphone are different...the later models have two holes for the microphone. There may have been some early 2013 models that still had the single microphone hole.
From your question it sounds like you want the keyboard that has an English and a Russian character on the same key. If you Google search for "HXSJ R8 Russian" you'll find a number of sites including eBay and cnDirect. This is another good source: http://www.gearbest.com/keyboards/pp_622...