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 anyone know how to translate japanese

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jerry
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PostSubject: anyone know how to translate japanese   2/5/2010, 13:41

I have a Nissan Homy motor home,{ based on the Urvan ) the only book I have is in Japanese.
I have tried to translate the following on Bing by pasting but had no joy can anyone help
I think it is to do with the Auto gearbox fluid here is the actual copy

Cheers
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Oliver (Trince)
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Localisation : 52°38'50.20''N 9°51'40.52''E, Germany
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Registration date : 2008-06-17

PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   3/5/2010, 11:22

Hi jerry,

my translation for the titel:

"Power steering units linked mixed after point, justified compensation"
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brum
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Localisation : Sandbach Cheshire
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Places Served : JLRRA (Hereford) Nienburg Paderborn Colchester Munster Maresfield (Cyprus) Hohne Hemer Op Banner x4 Woolwich
Registration date : 2010-03-02

PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   3/5/2010, 13:01

Aaah..sooo !
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jerry
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   3/5/2010, 17:12

cheers Ollie,
Someone else has suggested steering as well.
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mjm34
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   7/5/2010, 19:33

Hi Jerry
You say pasting into Bing didn't work. Have you tried http://translate.google.com/# ?

I haven't tried it with Japanese but I have used it at work for translating Chinese and it produces more or less understandable English.

Cheers Mike
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   8/5/2010, 07:05

mjm34 wrote:
Hi Jerry
You say pasting into Bing didn't work. Have you tried http://translate.google.com/# ?

I haven't tried it with Japanese but I have used it at work for translating Chinese and it produces more or less understandable English.

Cheers Mike

Mike,

I'll think that's not the Problem. My problem is, that i haven't got a japanese keyboard... Very Happy
I'll tried it with acrobat. Copy and paste in the picture and scanned it with the ocr-modul. Was a lot of crap but the headline was clear.

I'll tried it with Chinese as well and it wouldn't work.

Oliver
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   12/8/2011, 23:37

Hi. I saw your request for a translation of the above Japanese & thought I'd help out. I'm a professional translator of Japanese documents. So, here we go.

The text just above the illustration on the left means as follows:

"Maintenance: inspection & replenishment of the power steering fluid."

The text in the box just below the illustration means as follows:

"Hot: engine temperature of 50 to 80 deg. C"
"Cold: engine temperature of 0 to 30 deg. C"

The five numbered items mean as follows:

1. Turn off the engine on a level spot. Let it sit awhile so it will cool off.
2. Turn and remove the cap, wipe the gauge with a clean cloth and replace the cap.
3. Remove the cap again, and inspect to see if the amount of fluid is within the range of the HOT or COLD scale.
4. If it is insufficient, fill it up to the prescribed amount with genuine Nissan "Nissan Power Steering Fluid." Be sure not to overfill.
5. Tighten the cap firmly.


BTW, I see that you used to be stationed in Germany. When I was in the army in the mid-60s, I was stationed in Germany, too, near Karlsruhe. Our post was called Neureut Kaserne.
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   13/8/2011, 05:49

This site never fails to amaze me.I`m sure your information will be well received Sego.And welcome.
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   13/8/2011, 21:13

Gordon. wrote:
This site never fails to amaze me.I`m sure your information will be well received Sego.And welcome.

Again, I find myself in agreement with you Gordon, old horse.

Who would have thought that there was someone watching us who understood Japanese ?

I'm pretty sure that if I were to ask " what is the meaning of life ?", someone on this forum would come up with a credible answer. Amazing !

For what it's worth. Until recently I was local, acting, unpaid interpreter in Brummie for the Cheshire Ambulance Service, (subsection Motorway M6). Cool
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   14/8/2011, 17:19

The meaning of life:



BFG/BAOR/RAFG Version (Canadian)

Do time in Germany. Remember it fondly. Collect pension. Remember fallen and past comerades.

(Waiting to see more)

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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   14/8/2011, 22:41

Thats only four years of my life,and i didn`t get a pension Sad
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PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   15/8/2011, 00:22

Gordon. wrote:
Thats only four years of my life,and i didn`t get a pension Sad

I did seven in Germany and the other 14 years and 10 days in other strange places Very Happy
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Registration date : 2008-10-04

PostSubject: Re: anyone know how to translate japanese   15/8/2011, 08:45

Sego wrote:
Hi. I saw your request for a translation of the above Japanese & thought I'd help out. I'm a professional translator of Japanese documents. So, here we go.

The text just above the illustration on the left means as follows:

"Maintenance: inspection & replenishment of the power steering fluid."

The text in the box just below the illustration means as follows:

"Hot: engine temperature of 50 to 80 deg. C"
"Cold: engine temperature of 0 to 30 deg. C"

The five numbered items mean as follows:

1. Turn off the engine on a level spot. Let it sit awhile so it will cool off.
2. Turn and remove the cap, wipe the gauge with a clean cloth and replace the cap.
3. Remove the cap again, and inspect to see if the amount of fluid is within the range of the HOT or COLD scale.
4. If it is insufficient, fill it up to the prescribed amount with genuine Nissan "Nissan Power Steering Fluid." Be sure not to overfill.
5. Tighten the cap firmly.


BTW, I see that you used to be stationed in Germany. When I was in the army in the mid-60s, I was stationed in Germany, too, near Karlsruhe. Our post was called Neureut Kaserne.

Cheers Sego
Thanks a lot If I have any more queries I know where to ask.
Which Army were you in ?, Mostly Americans down south.
Thanks again Jerry
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