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You have to put the shifter in neutral before...

You have to put the shifter in neutral before engaging 4X4 Low, you willl hear it lock in. That's the only way it will engage and you have to put it in neutral again for it to disengage and that's...
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Do we really know if updates are for our benefit...

Do we really know if updates are for our benefit or MS? Seems as though MS does a whole lot of updates under the guise of security but I think it's possibly more data mining than anything.
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That's all I have ever done, never did anything...

That's all I have ever done, never did anything else. If you are having overheating problems now and didn't have them before I would question the new radiator you installed. Unless of course you...
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You can put the bar on either hole as long as you...

You can put the bar on either hole as long as you have clearence when opening and closing the door. You can adjust the door with the travel limit screws if it isn't closing quite where you want it to.
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It looks as though it was connected to the hole...

It looks as though it was connected to the hole above the bar, if so you might try loosening the bolts on the lower part of the bar to see if you can get what you need. If not you can take a...
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You could always look into oversized downspouts...

You could always look into oversized downspouts 3"X4" if your gutters are big enough to fit them. Claim is they let a lot more debris go down without clogging.
07-06-19, 07:19 PM
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Are you referring to where the CORD is attached...

Are you referring to where the CORD is attached to the dryer? Sounds like you shorted the hot to ground. If it is running ok you should be good to go with no damage. I might also suggest you don't...
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If all else fails you might consider changing...

If all else fails you might consider changing your phone number as a last resort.
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Another option would be replace with a new...

Another option would be replace with a new distributor, they can be had for about 65.00. Sounds easier than taking one apart.
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You could give them the physical address of the...

You could give them the physical address of the Post Office, doubt they would ever notice. :)
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Good grief, you could have had it all done by...

Good grief, you could have had it all done by now! If it makes it easier measure each piece you intend to replace and cut out a duplicate piece, install it, move to next piece. Someone once told me:...
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I would try moving it away from the wall and...

I would try moving it away from the wall and removing any panels in the rear. Then take a flashlight and look around for anything like a tag or something loose being moved by any air movement. That's...
06-19-19, 11:15 AM
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You could cut and paste the link on Amazon or any...

You could cut and paste the link on Amazon or any othere site that sells traps. And if you go that route use peanut butter as bait, works very well.
06-19-19, 11:10 AM
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Posted By Ron53

I would recommend using a small sandblaster.

I would recommend using a small sandblaster.
06-18-19, 07:21 AM
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Get yourself one of these traps, even though they...

Get yourself one of these traps, even though they look like they would be too small they work great. Havahart 0745 One-Door Animal Trap for Chipmunk, Squirrel, Rat, and Weasel, X-Small..
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I wouldn't bother with either for such a small...

I wouldn't bother with either for such a small area.
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Sounds like a clogged vent pipe, that would be...

Sounds like a clogged vent pipe, that would be the next thing to check.
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I would use pvc and paint it to solve UV issues.

I would use pvc and paint it to solve UV issues.
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If you look very closely at pictures #8 and #9...

If you look very closely at pictures #8 and #9 you can see where and how the retainer is attached. It is very easy to undo the wire latch by pushing down and out from the bracket on each side, again...
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If you really want to keep an eye on the level in...

If you really want to keep an eye on the level in the tank you might consider getting a "Sludge Judge". You can find more information doing a search for: Sludge Judge for Sampling & Settled Solids....
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I have no idea how good the 1.28 gal models are,...

I have no idea how good the 1.28 gal models are, but I do think 1.6 offers plenty of water saving compared to the old toilets. Sooner or later I'm afraid they will get the water per flush so low they...
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Yes, that TOTO is a very good toilet. Used them...

Yes, that TOTO is a very good toilet. Used them for many years with no issues what so ever. But I would make sure to get the 1.6 gal flush model.
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I never worked in that business and I can see...

I never worked in that business and I can see it's a terrible job. I would have never paid for it without looking it over thoroughly first. So yes, you got ripped off but it's 50% your own fault but...
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No, Bronze bushings have been around forever and...

No, Bronze bushings have been around forever and will last just as long if not longer than roller bearing. And yes the grease trick works well for removing them.
05-17-19, 12:04 PM
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Posted By Ron53

I might suggest after you get it capped that you...

I might suggest after you get it capped that you remove the valve handle, it can be attached to the pipe with some heavy wire so you will be able to find it if you ever want to use the valve again.
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