Yes, it is. In fact, IFIXIT has the replacement procedure/guide that you can review here, but I do not see a replacement battery product available. Not to worry tho, you can do a quick online search for the Ellipsis 7 battery and find it readily available inexpensively. It's an easy fix to change the battery. Best wishes.
Generally, if your TV picture is only in black and white, the cause is usually an incorrect/inadvertent connection to the TV from your video source. Or, a loose connection can cause this also. So, check those connections carefully. Best wishes ;-)
As mentioned, you've posted the washer brand name . The model name/number would also be really helpful to determine if its a 'front load' or a 'top load'. That being the case, most washers will have a manual release to unlock the mechanism and allow you to open the door or lid. The release is generally accessible from below the door lock, or on some models, from inside the soap dispenser housing. Also, check for a small ring at the top of the front loaders that acts as a manual release for the door. It should go without saying, make sure that the cycle is complete...any standing water could be a problem. Best wishes...
Respectfully, are you sure the model # is "7014" from 'B&D'? Acknowledging that I'm am not the 'all seeing wizard from Oz', I don't recall the '7014 'series as you mention. However, I do remember the older '7104' model line from years ago i.e. vintage. Does it look something like any of these? https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R4... If so, I don't believe that there is a reverse function on these drills. Best wishes ;-)
Good news! Yes, there are many guides, both in print and online (videos also), that will educate you about your radiator. And, generally, it's a rather simple repair. Just "Google" it! Take your pick. https://www.google.com/search?client=fir...-b-1&ei=kll3WufHIuWp0gKJsb7QAg&q=radiator+r...-ab.1.0.0i22i30k1l7.2774991.2782941.0.278...-ab..1.23.1775...0j0i67k1j0i131k1j0i10i67...-3M9wnU Best wishes...
The 'star' is shown due to a priority setting in your notifications set up. It could've been 'set' by accident and isn't usually a big deal in terms of operation. However, to remove, you'll have to change your notifications priority in your device Settings. For the classification, navigate from the home screen of your device: Menu --> Settings --> Sound & Notifications --> interruptions To turn interrupt mode off quickly, you might be able to press once on the volume button and then select from - None - Priority - All Select the entry "All". Finished! The star icon is now hidden and the interrupt mode disabled.
Hey, hey... 'Cutting to the chase', although the heater core is just a mini radiator hidden in your dash, it isn't easy to replace on your Honda Civic (or most cars, for that matter). It is not a beginner do it yourself project. You're going to have to remove the dash board and all its components, replace the core and connections, then reinstall everything... Obviously, some of the other connections ( rubber tubing/hoses, clamps...) are located in the engine compartment and will need to be addressed, but those aren't usually very complicated. Again, but that darn dash...and sometimes the steering wheel/column. Oh, disconnect the battery - you don't want to be surprised with an airbag explosion from your steering wheel. This is one repair that I always recommend to a service tech. I realize that you're trying to save some hard earned cash, but this will be a challenge. Best wishes.