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OK. Blocked up the back end, rear tires off....

OK.

Blocked up the back end, rear tires off. Central cover plate where shifter is located is off. The shifter is simply a bar bent to go back to the trans, where it is bolted to a small plate that...
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When I can get back to it, that's the first thing...

When I can get back to it, that's the first thing I'll check, thx. Anything else I can look for?
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Shifting problem

I have an MTD yard machine mower, 38" cut 13hp.

Model #13A4662F129 483-839

Serial #1D182B80186

The shifter will move into F and R but it doesn't feel like it engages, and of course,...
09-09-10, 06:18 PM
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This type of window allows the sliding of both...

This type of window allows the sliding of both sashes with two locks in the middle when closed. It also has security locks on either side to allow the window to be left locked but open a few inches. ...
09-09-10, 10:04 AM
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Posted By trs4594

These are double hung windows that slide up and...

These are double hung windows that slide up and down. They have a tip out feature for cleaning, etc., not opening.
09-09-10, 04:39 AM
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Posted By trs4594

Vinyl window lube?

I had all my windows replaced with Polaris vinyl windows 4 years ago. For the most part we really like them but I have a few that seem to close "hard" even though they open fairly easy. They tip out,...
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Posted By trs4594

Beachboy, you say you have had 1 brake job inside...

Beachboy, you say you have had 1 brake job inside of 300k miles? I think that's incredible.
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Posted By trs4594

Thanks, guys, for the input. I am just going to...

Thanks, guys, for the input. I am just going to keep an eye on things for now. I thought there might be some sort of (whatever the name is) driver memory where the car's shifting pattern adjusts to...
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Posted By trs4594

La Sabre tranny shift

Hi,

I have a 2002 La Sabre with a 3800 engine. My wife drives it about 95% of the time. Two things:

On a day about a month ago I was driving, and on a start from a (stop sign) stop I noticed a...
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Posted By trs4594

Yes Rick. I went thru the steps that I knew...

Yes Rick.

I went thru the steps that I knew and repeated those with the troubleshooting tech; power reset, reset button on back, swapped out ethernet cable, signal check, etc

This model of...
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Posted By trs4594

Thanks Daner, There are many things of...

Thanks Daner,

There are many things of which I possess a good working knowledge, and many more of which I can say I am skilled. I didn't get there without learning there are times to pull back...
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Thanks Patricia, Here's the deal. ...

Thanks Patricia,

Here's the deal.

After my last post I took the side panel off and just listened and looked. There are 3 fans:

1) attached to the very back of the computer frame. It appears...
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Posted By trs4594

O.K. If I were to check the fans I should...

O.K.

If I were to check the fans I should have the side panel off to get to them from inside the computer, right?

While I was on this morning the noise started. I went to power saver mode and...
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Posted By trs4594

Noise in computer

My Gateway GM5626 has started making some noises a few weeks ago. Not constantly, but once in a while and on/off. It sounds like a fan whirring/humming, the pitch changes, it kind of warbles, and...
11-21-09, 05:39 AM
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Posted By trs4594

So what is the best way to check the temp for...

So what is the best way to check the temp for accuracy against what the display says it is? Can you simply use a regular pool thermometer or should you use something else?
10-22-09, 01:58 PM
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Posted By trs4594

It's wired at 120 volts-which means that when the...

It's wired at 120 volts-which means that when the jets run the heater doesn't, and vice versa. I believe it could be converted to 240 volts but I probably won't. It's on a dedicated GFCI ckt.

It...
10-22-09, 01:17 PM
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Posted By trs4594

Thanks for the input. Sort of figured it would go...

Thanks for the input. Sort of figured it would go that way.

It is a Hot Springs Prodigy model I bought new in 2000 but the last 4 years I had to let it set empty. Before I put a lot of money into...
10-22-09, 10:39 AM
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Posted By trs4594

Hot tub cover

My (Hot Springs) hot tub cover got so water logged and heavy I really couldn't manage it. The jacket is in good shape and it wasn't a major task to unzip it and remove the panels.

My question is,...
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Posted By trs4594

So the replacement part is just the regulator?...

So the replacement part is just the regulator? Where did you find the most success locating that part?
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Posted By trs4594

I probably would eventually get a check engine...

I probably would eventually get a check engine light if I had let it get worse, is my guess. The other things were due at 100,000 miles and the car has 115,000 so I would have done those anyway. We...
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Posted By trs4594

FOLLOWUP: I had the plugs and wires changed,...

FOLLOWUP:

I had the plugs and wires changed, throttle body cleaned, and a new fuel filter, and all seemed fine, ran good for about 2 weeks. And then, same thing.

Since I was taking it in next...
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Posted By trs4594

Erratic miss

I have a 2002 Buick LeSabre with a 3800 Series II v-6 at about 115,000miles. It has always run very well and has always been serviced as needed. No problem history.

Lately I have noticed an...
07-10-09, 09:44 AM
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Posted By trs4594

Now THERE'S a good idea! For a little while...

Now THERE'S a good idea!

For a little while there I was afraid I should have used roofing nails to get more surface area.....
07-07-09, 07:38 PM
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Posted By trs4594

Thanks for the help guys. You know, I just took a...

Thanks for the help guys. You know, I just took a handful of 10" spikes and nailed that bottom plate right to the ground and, you know, that sucker just stays put!!
05-19-09, 06:57 PM
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Posted By trs4594

Pool steps

I have an above ground pool with a 4 step set of pvc stairs for using to get into and out of the pool. It has rails, and straps at the top to fasten to the deck. Is there a better way to weight the...
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