Hello precious, ET2 50 made between 1996-2001 has the the following frame prefix: ZAPC160 Whereas the ET2 50 made between 2001-2005 has the following prefix: ZAPC381 https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vespa_ET https://www.motorscooterguide.net/vespa-et-series
Hello, Could you please tell us what is the exact model of HP laptop you have? https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Laptop-won-t-turn-on-even-after-trying-to-hard-reset/td-p/6982651
Hello Sarpong Kombolo, If your speaker is still covered by the manufacturer's warranty (https://consumer.huawei.com/gh/support/w...-policy) then I think it's worth trying to have the charging port fixed through Huawei service centre using the following link: https://consumer.huawei.com/gh/support/s...-center If not covered, you may want to try a fix yourself using this link: https://vocal.media/01/how-to-fix-a-bluetooth-speaker-that-won-t-charge Good luck ?? Christophe
Hello Jellybean100, To set you up on the positive mindset, “you do a little dance and then you drink a little water”. (RHCP) ? More seriously, if your coffee is spouting out more slowly than expected, it may be due to the coffee beans used. Try grinding the coffee beans more coarsely. If the pump has been idle for a while it may become "airlocked" and not work. (1) With the pump running alternatively turn the steam knob on and off. (2) You can use a turkey baster/ear bulb or similar item to force the pump to prime. Fill the bulb with water and insert it into the water hose. With the pump running, squeeze water into the hose until the water flows easily. Then turn off the pump and place the hose into the filled water tank and resume priming. (3) (Starbucks Barista Troubleshooting). Now, if you've already walked that path unsuccessfully, to replace the pump, head over here: Starbucks Barista Pump Replacement You may also benefit from browsing through the complete teardown here: Starbucks Barista Teardown...