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Stihl fs-36 weedeater

I have stihl fs36 weedeater that was working fine and then wouldnt start back up. When pulling the cord it is jerky at spots, not smooth like it was. If I remove the plug it pulls smooth like it...
12-06-07, 06:04 PM
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Unless i'm mistaken, GFCI's do not require...

Unless i'm mistaken, GFCI's do not require electricity to them in order for them to work.
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I am unsure of the effects of radiant heating...

I am unsure of the effects of radiant heating under hardwoods, if i was the installer i'd run from the job. Radiant heating through strip flooring gives more variable than i'd be able to bet on. ...
12-06-07, 05:42 PM
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sounds about right, your carpet guys will love...

sounds about right, your carpet guys will love you for it
11-21-07, 06:30 AM
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Forgot to mention where, sorry, North Carolina

Forgot to mention where, sorry, North Carolina
11-20-07, 05:49 PM
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storm door suppliers?

I need to purchase around 80 storm doors. Any idea as to where the most discount would be possible?
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Once everything is finished, working properly and...

Once everything is finished, working properly and off your mind, you'll probably never see it again. but if it bugs you in the future you can trim it out with about anything you want.
11-17-07, 06:05 PM
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is there actually air in the line when you bleed...

is there actually air in the line when you bleed it?
11-16-07, 07:03 PM
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Keep in mind wall trimmers are NOT goof proof or...

Keep in mind wall trimmers are NOT goof proof or completely necessary. I never use one actually, just set your tack the correct distance from the shoe and tuck between the tack and the shoe. The...
11-13-07, 03:37 PM
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you can suck the line out from the outside with a...

you can suck the line out from the outside with a shopvac or blow it out from the inside to clean it out if its clogging
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I cant look up that model # to see, but i changed...

I cant look up that model # to see, but i changed one recently that the front panel tilted backwards to access the switch. If yours is like that there were two spring loaded clips that had to be...
10-20-07, 09:58 AM
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depends on what your throwing

If your fishing the point at hatteras you need to throw 8oz of lead plus your bait, somedays more. (thats a tall order) For other parts of the country you may never need to throw that much lead. ...
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I'm not sure of your model, never worked on one...

I'm not sure of your model, never worked on one myself, but..... if i'm reading your post correctly its not the heating element you are finding warm. Sounds like maybe the condenser coils? The...
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I very rarely recommend replacing a timer (they...

I very rarely recommend replacing a timer (they are unnecessarily replaced alot of times)

But......doesnt sound like a bad place to start;)
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check the lid switch? you can bypass it if...

check the lid switch?

you can bypass it if you dont have anything to test with
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I'm not sure if your model even has one, but i've...

I'm not sure if your model even has one, but i've replace a lot drain valve solenoids on GE's, i would check it if you have one.
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i'm guessing high limit thermostat

i'm guessing high limit thermostat
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Make sure the condensate line isnt clogged up,...

Make sure the condensate line isnt clogged up, that leaves water there to freeze. If not sounds like a defrost problem, check the timer to make sure its turning, try manually making it defrost, then...
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try spinning the tub by hand when it is cool,...

try spinning the tub by hand when it is cool, then again after it warms up and just hums, see if there is a difference in the ease of turning, if so find out if its in the drum or the motor. I doubt...
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Thanks for the info, and the update. Glad...

Thanks for the info, and the update.

Glad that did the trick.
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A clamp around ammeter would be nice to check the...

A clamp around ammeter would be nice to check the current draw to pinpoint the problem.

Keep in mind you could also have a faulty breaker thats tripping unnecessarily. If you decide to replace it...
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I would shut off the valve, unscrew the supply...

I would shut off the valve, unscrew the supply hoses, and check the screens for grit that may have built up, its a very common problem. If that isnt the problem let us know and we'll go from there.
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I'd start looking here ...

I'd start looking here


http://www.applianceaid.com/neptune8.html
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Is the fridge running constantly trying to cool...

Is the fridge running constantly trying to cool down to the correct temp?

Is the evaporator fan running in the freezer section?

Can you adjust the temp to colder if its not running constantly?...
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I'm assuming your referring to the evaporator fan...

I'm assuming your referring to the evaporator fan motor. I'm not sure what voltage you should be getting there, but since you have a meter handy i would check the motor for an open winding or a...
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