How to use the ATM Card
- First, insert your card to the slot.
- Second, dial your password.
- Third, choose how much money you want to take by pressing select button on the left and the right of the monitor.
- Fourth, pick your card from the slot.
- Fifth, take your money.
- Sixth, take the receipt
Here are the steps to operate a computer
- Before plug of powering up the computer system, make sure that the power cable connected to the back panel of the CPU and is plugged into the electric socket.
- Make sure the video cable is already connected to the video card correctly into the back of the panel
- Make sure both devices are the mouse and keyboard are mounted on the rear panel to the right. Because if one is installed then the port can not enter. For steps 1 to 3 is basically very easy to do because in addition to the mouse and keyboard devices, other components can only be plugged into the appropriate port in order to prevent novice users from installation errors.
- When everything is plugged in securely, then press the power button on the CPU is usually located on the front panel of the CPU.
- The computer will display the Windows logo and displays the desktop image
- Once the desktop image appears then the computer is ready to operate
- The proper way to shut down or turn off the computer system is by clicking on the ‘Start’ button and choosing the ‘Turn Off Computer’ option. This will display the options to ‘Standby’, ‘Restart’, or ‘Turn Off’ the CPU.
How to operate a fan
1) Plug the power cord into a wall outlet. (AC 120 Volts 60 HZ)
2) To make the fan move sideways, push the pin on top of the motor.
3) To move the fan up or down, first pull up the oscilla ting pin, then press the tilt adjustment knob.
4) To change the speed of the fan, press one of the switches at the bottom.
How to Use a Washing Machine
1. Separate clothes. You've heard stories about that red sock being mixed in with that white shirt, and you wouldn't want that to be you, so separate lights from darks. If a shirt is light, but has darker designs on it, you should probably just keep it with the lights. The same goes for dark clothes with light designs.
2. Check the tags. Some clothes are made of thin fabrics or have delicate patterns woven into them; these clothes should not be washed in the washing machine. Most clothes are OK to machine wash, but if you are unsure, check the tag to see if it says "hand wash only" or "dry clean only" and set these clothes aside.
3. Set the water temperature. If you are washing cotton or very dirty clothes, you might want to use hot or warm water. If you are washing things like silk, then you should keep the water temperature lukewarm to cool.
4. Set the time. A lot of washing machines do this automatically, but you may have to do it by hand. You should set the time for about an hour to an hour and a half, depending on how dirty the clothes you are washing are.
5. Add the clothes This is pretty simple–just dump your clothes in, but be careful not to add in any of those other clothes you separated earlier.
6. Pour in detergent. This is important, if you do this step wrong, you could ruin your clothes. You need to know if your washing machine uses high efficiency detergent, which is liquid, or normal detergent, which is a powder. Use the right kind of detergent and pour it into the right spot. This is usually either right on top of the clothes, or in a small hole on the top of your washing machines. The amount of detergent needed varies by brand of detergent and type of washer, so check the back of the detergent box and also look for any labels on your washing machine.
7. Turn on your washer. Ah, sweet success, now all you have to do is hit that on button and you're ready to go.