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My lamp keeps shutting off

I have a magnifying lamp floor model, it keeps shutting off, I opened it up and there is a loose wire that has a ring on the end of it, I do believe it is the ground wire and don't know what to hook it to when I put the elec unit back in, it is a Jim Long Super Silent ________ Limited machiac? itss 110 V tw 105 thats all I can see.

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Just put that ground wire under any nut that it will reach to. Just be sure that there's no paint that will inhibit grounding

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Have installed and works but all wires will not fit into wall opening.


Just get a deeper Wall Electrical Box, it will replace your existing one, FIRST TURN ** OFF** THE MAIN OUTSIDE ELECTRICAL PANEL **OFF**. PUSH/OR REMOVE THE INSULATION IF ANY?,
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Bye, have fun and be safe.
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Toilte leaks in front have chk the lines and find no leaks. Is it the toilte


If you have found no leaks on the supply line, be sure to check the seal between the tank and the bowl. This is a common source of leaks, especially on older toilets that have seen much use.

Before you do that though, check carefully at the base of toilet to see if its possible any water is appearing from under the toilet. Your toilet sits on a seal, most often made of wax (sometimes rubber) that seals the water and waste from the toilet into the drain pipe. Normally, those seals last many years. Flush the toilet 3-4 times and observe whether any water seeps out under the toilet. Give it a few minutes (4-5) and recheck. If it is leaking, the fix is pretty simple: Shut off the water, disconnect the source water line just so you won't risk breaking it, and remove the 2-4 toilet bolts. Rock the toilet gently and pull straight up until the seal comes loose. The beeswax seals seem to work the best. Scape off as much of the old wax as you can, and set a new one. They are very inexpensive, and sell for around $2-3.00 USD. To reinstall, remove the protective lining (if present) on the wax, place the ring on the toilet, not the flange and carefully place it straight down onto the flange. Try not to make a mistake - line it up carefully. Press down on the toilet's seat area, maybe rocking yourself a little, until you can see the toilet is back in position.

Next, VERY CAREFULLY tighten the toilet's mounting bolts, a bit at a time, until secure. Over-tightening can break porcelain toilets, so be careful.
OK - either that's fixed or you've ruled it out. Next is the tank seal. Unfortunately, the only way to get to it is take the tank off. If its come to that, first go to the hardware store and secure a replacement set containing the tank seal, a new pair of brass bolts, and the bolt seals. Expect to pay around $4-5.00 USD for the set. The job is pretty easy, you use a wide flat-bladed screwdriver to loosen the (usually) brass screws in the bottom of the tank after shutting off the water and while an assistant holds the nuts from the bottom. You COULD do if yourself, but an assistant makes it easier. Carefully lift off the tank, and you'll see the seal. Remove it, and replace it with the new one, being careful to put it in the right direction, as they are usually cone-shaped. Set the tank back on, put the screws back in, using new seals/bolts (just for good luck) and reassemble. BE CAREFUL when tightening the bolts!! You can easily crack the tank if overtightened.

This is a lot of writing, but just to give you an idea, I could probably change a wax ring in 10 minutes, and the tank seal in 15 or so. Best wishes -

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I want to use this Transformer to power my 12 volt lights in my trailer using a 7 blade connector that is already installed on my trailer. How do I connect the wiring n the ac nle


The two wires are meant to be connected to the 120 volt source. The box or the papers with the transformer should tell you which two of the three wires provides the 12 volt output. If not connect the two wires to the 120V source - Be CAREFUL! - 120V is dangerous. Then try, one at a time, touching each of the three combinations of wires (1&2, 1&3, 2&3) to the contacts on a 12 V incandescent lamp (very bottom and threaded side) the 12V pair will give you the brightest light. The other two are 6v.

I can't address the 7 blade connector without more information. I suggest that you go to a place that sells trailer parts.

Not knowing anything about your trailer I don't know if a 2 amp (2000 ma) transformer will supply enough current to do the job.

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We have a 2006 Rockwood 5th wheel and the floor in front of the sink is becoming soft and don't know what to do.


The softness in the floor is probably due to water damage and rot. Because this is happening at the sink, the most likely cause is a leak in the drain piping. The trailer is not very old and I don't think that the source is from outside. It is still something to consider, after doing a good investigation of the sink piping. In order to fix your problem thoroughly you will need to find and fix the source of the water, as well as making repairs to the soft flooring.

Most flooring in 5th wheels like yours is a plywood base with an overlay of another flooring material. If you have carpet or vinyl over the plywood it will need to be pulled up to assess the damage. Depending on the extent of the damage, you may want to look into getting a professional to do the work. Your own experience, and how much time or money you have to put into the project, should guide you on whether or not you want to do it yourself.

You may want to go ahead and pull up the flooring, even if you are expecting to hire somone to do the work. This will give you an idea of how much work needs to be done. When you have removed as much of the covering as you think you need to, check the plywood for discoloration and softness. There may be rings of discoloration that will give you clues as to the source. These would be much like growth rings on a tree that get bigger as they go out from the source.

The softness of the wood (often called punkiness) will help you determine how much of the wood you will need to replace. Some of the discolored wood may be able to be saved. You should replace all of the soft wood and any wood that is starting to get soft. Cut out some of the worst to get access to the underside for inspection with your hand and an inspection mirror if you have one. At this point you should have a good idea of how much work it will be to put the floor back together after you cut out the bad pieces. You will probably need to cut out some good wood with the bad to get sections out that are easy to replace.

I recommend taking a lot of pictures as you tear stuff out to help in the restoration. The flooring is usually installed before the interior. This may make the repair much more difficult if the bad flooring extends under walls and cabinetry. A lot of careful deconstruction may be necessary to get to flooring under these things. Pictures will help you to put things back the way they were.

While you are taking everything apart, you should be looking for the source of the leak. You will probably need to turn on the water and let it drain for a bit. Keep an eye out near the area of most damage. This may be at the source or just a low spot that collected water. Either way it may give a clue to the location of the leak. Inspect the area under the flooring for damage to the framing and anything else that may be susceptible to water damage as well.

When you have determined how much of the flooring to replace be sure to choose the right material to reinstall. Your trailer probably has an enclosed undercarriage. You can probably use standard plywood for the repair. I recommend getting a marine grade plywood, though. This is a bit more expensive, but if there are any further leaks, it will stand up to the water much better. Be sure to get the correct plywood thickness, too. Measure a good piece of the original to be sure. You should also use new fasteners that match the original installed. Use stainless fasteners (also a little more costly, but best for the same reason as the marine plywood). Any good hardware store can find you matching fasteners.

When you are planning how you will replace the flooring take a lot of measurements and make drawings to help. Use what the original flooring looks like to plan the new sections. The framing under the floor should guide the sizes and shapes of the new pieces. If you can't make joints line up with the framing you should add a support under the joint that is attached to the framing. Plywood comes in 4 by 8 foot sheets, so your sections have to be smaller than that. Remeber that the flooring will need to support the weight of someone walking on it (and probably jumping on it if you have kids).

Once you have the repair planned out, cut up your parts and install them. This will be the easy part. The hard part is going to be putting the rest of the trailer back together as it was. If you paid attention to how all the pieces came out, and took pictures, it will be much easier.

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At the breaker box, you have 2 poles into a 240 volt, any amp breaker, one side is 110/120/ of course, and so is the other side, so if the erratic side is erratic up and down the panel, maybe the screw has come loose for the service entry wire from the meter. If not, then if it is on the other side, the load side of the breaker, then the breaker is bad, or that screw is loose, these are hot too! Got it? Try it again, Look at the panel, top left, top right, 2 big wires in, one is 120v, the other is 120 v, one side feeds the left bank, one side feeds the right bank, they both cross in the middle, every breaker so they don't try to get 240 v from the same side, So each big 2 pole breaker gets it's power from both sides.Now, one of yours is erratic, check it at the bottom of the breakers where you can see the exposed metal, don't touch it with anything but a tester or you will get zapped big time. If you are afraid of electricity, get an electrician to do it. Be very carefull in there, everything is hot, even when the main is switched, the top lugs are still very hot!! In order to tighten the bolts on the big wires, if they are loose, you have to pull the meter, the power Co. will do it for you without the building dept, hopefully. I hope this helps.

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You could try to excite the generator pg.7
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http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_test_a_capacitor_using_a_multimeter
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