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Hi I ended up ripping the wire cable from the circuit board. Can I re-attach that? Thanks


Normally wires are soldered to the circuit board. Use a low temperature soldering pencil and rosin core solder. A small soldering iron is only about $5, but you could also heat up something like a screw drive in a torch or gas stove, and it will retain enough heat to melt the solder. Don't get it too hot or use too much solder. The flux should also be removed after it has cooled, with some solvent like Goof Off.

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How do You put geomagnetic pencil torch back together


you buy another one at a dollar store,or ask a crack head

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How do I reset my homenet model 20-40 digital safe, I've put a wrong digit in now can't open it ?


This should work if the safe is not bolted to a wall, i.e. you have access to the rear mounting holes.
On the rear side of the solid iron door is a red button... this allows you to edit/reset the access code to the safe: To get to this button with the safe shut and locked you need to poke a thin object like a knitting needle (a thin pencil may do) through one of the holes on the back of the safe used for anchoring it to a wall. Use the hole on the bottom panel of the safe: To make things easier you can shine a torch through one of the other holes and look through another to see more clearly. Manoeuvre the pencil until you can press the red internal button, you will hear a "beep" sound if you are successful. Good luck

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How to repair and assemble ST200 - Micro Torch bernzomatic


get the Bernszomatic guide it shows assembly.
ask them. its free, they dont want you to blow up, so is FREE.
id trash it. and start over.
but i use mine like that to test engines. just a valve and neck.

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Wheel cylinder for 2000 pontiac montana


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I have had them so stuck that I have had to pull the whole spindle off with the axle still attached.....be prepared to buy a new axle and probobly a new hub and bearing assembly....when out try more heat....I had to borrow a torch last time it happened to me on a Stratus....ended up having to almost cut it out with torch....a new axle will have a smaller core charge than a reman. one if you ruin the axle....and all that pounding cant be good for the bearing/hub assembly...good luck...Lee

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Can not get hub Assembly nut to break loose,even with a breaker bar.on a 1990 buick lesabre..any tips..[thanks] chuck nc........


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I have not had very good luck from small propane torches, you will need a auto shop torch set...but,
try soaking it with penetrating oil. (Keep adding it to allow penetration over time)

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How do i install a hub assembly for my right front wheel on my 1992 jeep cherokee?


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I need to replace the right side hub/bearing assembly on my 1995 GMC K1500, the 3 bolts holding the old assembly in are corroded on, what is the easiest way to get them off. It has been suggested to me to...


Use a propane or a mapp gas torch and heat them up and give them a little rap with a ball peen hammer. Then oil them up with some penetrating oil, they should break loose. Heat the bolt more than the surrounding structure. When they glow red, hit them with a hammer, not hard, just enough to break the corrosion inside the threads loose. Penetrating oil is your freind. Use it liberally and maybe let it set for a few minutes to get into the threads. Good luck.

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