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how to connect DVD to old TV?

I got a DVD player for Christmas. The output terminals are the three cable type: Video and right and left audio (audio/video). However, my old TV (a Zenith of 30 years and works great) only has the...
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RICK; I wasn't going to use two feeds at the same...

RICK; I wasn't going to use two feeds at the same time. I wanted to have two inputs into the splitter: the VCR and the converter box.The OUT would go to the TV. Neither the converter box or the VCR...
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Tv Splitters

I am going to connect 2 digital converters, TV and VCR.
I need a TV splitter with two IN and one OUT connection. But I can't find any.
Can I reverse the connections on a 2-way splitter and use the...
07-13-07, 07:37 AM
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Kill a tree stump ???

I had some trees cut down. Stumps are about 8 to 10 inches high and about 18 to 24 inches across.

Now some branches are starting to grow out of them. Even in the middle of the lawn branches are...
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Thank you everyone. The "service manual" for...

Thank you everyone.
The "service manual" for this car refers to this part as "brake unit" and "power head". No where does it use the word "booster"
I'll try again locating one using the word...
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to: the tow guy and others (pwr brake)

Here is an update on my power brake problem.
The problem: have to use excessive pressure to brake especially when moving slowly.
When engine is idling and brake is applied, engine will run rough...
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Wal-mart, sears, k-mart, etc brands are called...

Wal-mart, sears, k-mart, etc brands are called "private label". They go out for bids once a year to get pricing on packaging engine oil under their label.
Keep in mind, the buyers don't give a crap...
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low press fitting

The low press fitting is on the low press vapor line that runs from the evaporator to the compressor.
On many cars there is an accumulator that is connected along this line and the fitting is on the...
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Posted By RonLG

my error

Sorry , I gave the wrong info.
The relay is located on the firewall next to the blower motor.
On a VIN W engine, there are 3 relays, 2 without A/c. The fuel pump relay is the one fartest to the...
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fuel pump location

I have a '87 Celebrity as a "winter" car. The fuel pump relay is located on the brace that holds the radiator.
Standing in front of the car, on your left side attached to the inside of the brace,...
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To: The Tow Guy

You proved to me you're a PRO !
You are right...I meant to say power brake. Yes , the valve on the power brake booster. Will try what you say
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Help w/blow torch

This is for you old timers who know what a blow torch is.

when my father died, I got a blow torch that he had.
When I was younger and watched him use it, I thought that he used regular gasoline...
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pwr. strg. vac.valve

I have a 1977 Pontiac. I think the "vacuum check valve" grommet may be leaking that is on the front power steering housing.

It takes a lot of pedal pressure to stop the car and the car idles very...
07-10-05, 10:42 AM
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I Also Have Crack

Maybe Someone Can Help....there Is A Product That You Drill A Hole About Every 12 Inches Along The Crack And Insert A Plastic Vial Filled With A Sealant. Over A Period Of Several Days The Sealant...
05-22-05, 09:12 AM
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Thank You Everyone

I Knew I Went To The Right Place..to All : Thank You For Your Kindness
05-17-05, 07:22 PM
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majadragon

You're right...it is the all brass kind. I thought Dad used regular gasoline but maybe you are right with the "white gas". I don't remember seeing "white gas" for at least ** years.
05-17-05, 09:56 AM
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Help w/old blow torch

When my father died, I got his old (at least 50 years) blow torch. Recently, I needed to use it so I cleaned it up and tried to use it. I could get a yellow flame out of it but not the hot blue that...
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the rule of thumb is as posted, don't mix brands....

the rule of thumb is as posted, don't mix brands. The proper way to change brands is to completely drain the current oil and refill with the replacement brand.
There is no reason to use a synthetic...
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