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My wachamacallit is giving me problems. I tried adjusting my thingamajig but that didn't work. Can U help?

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Of course I can ... adjust the high speed modulator and if that doesn't work, replace the whizzbang and add 3 ounces of whinney juice.

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  • A Miller Jul 06, 2010

    I forgot to tell you, you will need to check and possibly adjust the kanutzenator valve as well.



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