If your phone is not displaying the video feed you can try these steps to resolve the issue:
1 – You’ll want to first shut down the application.
2 – Turn the WiFi Camera off and then back on. (Make sure that you feel the click and that the light goes all the way off)
3 – Check to make sure that your device has established a connection with the WiFi Camera.
4 – Re-open the application.
If the above steps failed to resolve the issue: Reset the WiFi Camera by holding the reset button down 5 seconds. Perform this action while the camera is turned on. The reset button can be found next to the power wheel. See below picture.
The battery door is located on the bottom of the handle. Using your thumb; push the door away from the housing towards the rubber grip. Once the battery door has been removed the battery cartridge will slide out. Install four double AA batteries into the cartridge and replace it back into the handle and install the door.
The temperature usage range for Duct Seal is 25 to 120 degrees F and it has a tolerance range of -30 to 175 degrees F. This means the Duct Seal should be applied between 25 to 120 degrees F. Duct Seal is used and designed primarily to plug holes around conduit mostly inside buildings but is also used outside on service entries. There is a tendency to dry on the surface when exposed to weather. There is material in these locations that are dry but still maintain a seal after 20 years. As far as use in vehicles, there shouldn’t be a problem unless the vibration causes the material to not adhere to the surface.
Duct Seal is resistant to gas vapors however, if condensation of gases occurs then it becomes an issue. Liquid gases contacting duct seal can soften the material. Gases themselves are not the problem but liquid formed by condensation over extended periods could be an issue. Duct Seal is not meant to be used outdoors.
Any multimeter with the ability to test resistance or ohms can measure for continuity. Some meters have an audible buzzer to let you know when you have continuity, while others don’t. You need to keep an eye on the display to watch the reading the tester is giving. Most analog testers you have to watch the screen to see if the needle goes all the way to the right. With the digital meters, some have an audible symbol to let you know if the meter has an audible buzzer or not.
This is the audible continuity buzzer. In most cases, if the reading is under 50 ohms of resistance, the meter will buzz. With other testers, you would just select any of the resistance ranges (Ω) and watch the reading you get on the screen. It should be as close to 0.00 as possible to have the best continuity. Most times you will get something between 0.00 and 0.3 on the display because the meter is picking up resistance in the circuit being tested and in the test leads.
WARNING!!! ALWAYS TEST CONTINUITY ON A CIRCUIT THAT IS SHUT OFF. A live circuit will damage the tester and potentially injure the user.