Yes, always loosen the strings on your guitar before you adjust anything directly related to the strings, or touching the strings.
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If the strings are hitting the frets and making noise that means that either your action is too low on the instrument or the tension of the strings might be too low. The easiest thing to do would be to try another set of strings with the higher tension. If that does not help, you have to take your guitar to a repair shop and they can adjust the action (easier done for electric than for classical guitars).
The screws around them adjust the height of them on most guitars. The closer to the strings, the more the pickup resonates the strings vibration. The further away from the strings, the less the pickup can resonates the strings vibration. If you have one pickup sounding louder than the other, move a pickup closer or further away from the strings to produce a better volume balance of the pickups.
Remove the plastic cover from the puma handbrake. There is an adjustment nut under the cover that tightens up the brake.
don't ! take your vehicle to a certified technician.
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you dont,the tensioner tightens the belt up.if belt sqeals get new belt or tensioner! on 3.1v6,
The harp is a unique member of the stringed instrument family. Like other members of the string family, the harp's sound is produced by vibrating strings stretched between parts of a wooden frame or box. On a harp, the strings' vibrations are produced by being plucked by hand, while seven pedals at the bottom of the harp adjust the length of the strings to produce more notes.
No you can not. If belt is loose, are won't fit then you have the wrong belt. The belt tensioner is spring loaded and that is what tightens the belt.
You can adjust the time from the phone, but not the date. The date can only be changed with programming access from a certified technician.
It depends what bridge you have. But usually there will be some small Allen wrench screws that you will adjust to raise and lower the strings. But before you do this make sure you have de-tuned your guitar so the strings are loose to avoid them snapping under increased tension.