I don't know...my 2k and 2100 never did that. Maybe you had the power out
for longer than an hour and it lost clock settings? Hmm..
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alex" <admeddemda_at_f-m.fm>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 6:53 PM
Subject: [NTLK] 2100 cracked open successfully
> thanks to all those who offered web sites for info on how to open the
> 2100 and disassemble it.
> I have now sucessfully done a take apart and put back together of my newt.
> Only thing I did wrong was forget to put 2 screws in through the
> screen plastic cage piece and the front case plastic.... I have 2
> screws left over, and I know that's where they came from. But the
> unit functions fine. I will be opening it up again soon to put the
> screws back in, but the thought of that after a long haul this
> evening, wel i wasnt really up for it.
> I may take some pics of the take apart process... I noticed on the
> web that the descriptions and pix could be a bit more detailed. When
> I get them done, I'll let the list know. It might help in not
> forgeting to put screws bAck in (there are so many!!)
> One odd thing I noticed on powering up the putbacktogether newt was
> that it had jumped ahead about 6 days in the date, and i think abt
> 1/2 hour on the clock. Why would it do this?
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