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Need help diagnosing why loader bucket hydraulic hoses keep popping out of #2 remote outlet, but work fine on #1 remote outlet. On a JD 6420 tractor.

are you screwing up the knurled sleeve to lock the balls in the groove
is the connection clean or is there dirt stopping full coupling

Jan 24, 2018 | Garden

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?why do only a few keys work on the remote

Some remote as they live on around your house area, they gather up dirt, or any debris laying around the house

I found some steps while searching around, here they are-

1 . Remove any batteries out of your remote control.

2 . Check over the remote control and remove any screws keeping the remote together.

3. Once you have it open, make a note of any switches or loose pieces so you will know where they go when you put the remote back together.

4. Clean the circuit board and keypad to remove any dirt and oil. An old toothbrush works. Check, after cleaning, if the remote is working again; dirt could be the only problem.

5. Clean the buttons, blow off any dirt inside the remote.

Feb 21, 2015 | Televison & Video

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short battery life with imix system

It is important to turn off the battery when not in use... they may have a switch OR often when you plug the guitar cable into the unit that completes the circuit to the battery. Another thing the 9 volt batteries are not the greatest. With continuous pwer I would expect the battery to last a couple days. Remember that the devices that have a pushbutton to alternately turn on the device DO still place a small current drain on the battery... For those devices REMOVE the battery when unit is be idle for a week or more.

Feb 12, 2011 | L R Baggs Lr Baggs Imix / I-mix Acoustic...

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bulb went out

This maybe a McGuyver thing. Last thing you want to do is block the air flow to cool down your TV set. I would blow out all the dust, get a HEPA filter for house ventilation, get a computer cooling fan. Cut and put the filter in front of the fan, make the fan blow in to the TV vent in the back, that way it blows clean air in and keeps dirty air out. I hope that's one good idea.

Jan 24, 2009 | Hitachi 50V500 50 in. HD-Ready LCD...

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