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Are there any special procedures to winterize washer for seasonal home?

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Switch off water and disconnect from mains. leave door open

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Stihl winterize pressure washer


To winterize , be sure to run all of the gas out of the unit... also make sure no water is left on the pump. If so, the water will freeze and expand causing blown seals when you try and start it next season, you won't have any pressure... DO NOT USE STABIL.

Remive all gas, even from the carburetor... to do that, loosen bottom bolt on the bowl of the carburetor and let the gas leak out...OR run it until it stalls from being out of gas... keep your plug in, don't remove it. Some people do BUT it's silly to do so because it allows debris to fall into the hole and which could damage the cyclinder walls...

I keep mine in my basement to take no chances.. if you have a basement, you won't have to worry about wintering since it will be warm enough inside... especially if you have an expensive Stihl, lol, I would.

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How to set humidistat for different seasons.


Vick, depending on the season and the humidity level in your home, is what determines the setting. For example, in the winter you want to maintain at least a 40% humidity level in your home. It will feel more comfortable, the heat will feel warmer and it will help keep static electricity at bay. In the Summer, you'll want to remove as much humidity as possible, as this will make the air feel cooler. If you have ceiling fans in you home, run them Clockwise at the highest speed you can tolerate. The more wind chill you generate, the cooler the air will feel and you won't have to set your AC at a lower temperature. Thereby, saving money. In the winter, run the ceiling fans Counterclockwise on the lowest speed. This will take the heat off the ceiling, wash the walls and bring it back down.

Clockwise and Counterclockwise are determined by looking up at the fan blades. Also, reversible ceiling fans have a switch on the side (where the pull chain is located). Generally, switch-up is Counterclockwise and switch down is Clockwise.

Hope this helps you to keep your home comfortable year round.

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I do not have winter tires and I am wondering what is the best winter tire for 525XI. I have Continental all season and the winter performance terrible.


Of coarse,All Season Tires, are not for snow

You need a couple of new wheels, and dedicate them to
2 snows, of your choice.

Look at tire rack.com, just for the tire tests,
then look locally for treads you like

There are better tires than continental

When you need 4 new tires look at Cooper

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I keep one of my Keurig coffee makers at my seasonal camp during the winter. How do I winterize it so it doesn't freeze?


If there isnt any water in it,it shouldnt freeze.But if you feel safer winterizing it,you should be able to find a winter stabilizer for it at a hardware store or home center

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What all-season tire would you reccommend for a 2002 Ford F150 2 wheel drive truck? Must go through deep Pa winter snow storms


Don't waste your money on all season tires if you are going to be wading through deep snow. Get a good aggresive mud and snow tread for winter driving. I've had good luck with Goodyear's in Eastern Canadian winters. Hope this helps.

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I have a 2003 Grand Am. I have all season tires


Talk to your local tire store an dsee what they recommend. I'm sure they will know what to do.

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Is snow tire better than all season tire in winter?


Snow tires are better for Winter But, Change them back out for Spring or they will not last very long on Regular Asphalt. They are made from a Softer Rubber than all Season Tires. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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Tire recommendations for 2004 V8 Touareg


Call the tirerack.com, they are the premier experts on tires in the US.

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Refrigerator won't work after winter shut down at camp


This is a problem we frequently run into in a situation such as yours. Refrigerators are meant to be used in continuous operation. Using them seasonally will let the high side condenser tubing, internal to most cabinets, rust through and loose the refrigerant charge.

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