This silly gift from a dear friend means a lot to me. These hamsters are connected at the tails, each hold banjos. The "dueling banjos" song still plays fine, but they no longer "strum" their banjos. I emailed Gemmy, no help. Does anyone know how to fix these?
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If this was the other way around, I would say it'd be okay for a couple of days. Hamsters have a pretty advanced digestion system and can get bloaty and sick when fed the wrong things. But never fear if you google hamster food you can find some more ''organic?" supplements until you can make it back to your local store. Rats/Mice on the other hand are made to hoard their food. They don't stuff it in their cheeks, although mine likes to sometimes it seems, they like to hide their food. Doing this they burn more energy and need a higher energy/protein diet.
I don't buy rat food, I make my own. I did the same with my hamster too with the store bought mix. Here's a list from my memory you can give hamsters that you may have around the house.
Granola (Good for teeth!)
Cooked red meat (like hamburger meat)
Shelled almonds (more fun!)
Bread/Toast (My friend made peanut buttered toast for her hammy)
Fish (fully cooked!)
Eggs (Scrambled/Boiled no fried)
Cheese (in moderation)
Mealworms and crickets (you probably don't have these but for future reference :) )
Dog Biscuits (Try to stay away from some high in protein, and it's good for their teeth!)
There is no good way to do it. It can be done at the banjo connection on the top of the fuel filter. It is found on the drivers side of the engine compartment just below the air filter. Make sure you get a wrench on the top nut just below the banjo connect to hold the fuel filter from turning while removing the banjo bolt. Place a rag over the fitting to keep gas from spraying all over and something to catch the drips. Once loose you can jumper the B+ terminal with the Fp terminal in the diagnostic connector. Then turn the ignition to the on position and the fuel pump will start running with out starting the car. You may need new copper washers to reseal the banjo connection.
My Gemmy blower worked great for a Christmas inflatable. At season end, I packed it into it's bag and into the box. Next season, lights light, but blower won't spin. The motor sounds like it wants to go, but no spin.
I removed the blower base, opened the blower housing (the part where the air comes out. I dropped about a dozen drops of 3M household oil on the shaft , spun it a few times and let it set.
Three hours later, blower works just fine.
I suppose the trick is to oil the shaft before it gets packed away.
Getting to the Mystery Gift option is simple. First you turn on your DS and select Pokemon Platinum. Once it gets to the opening screen, hit start to get to the next menu screen. Scroll down till you see Mystery Gift and hit A. You should see 3 options for Mystery Gift. Depending on the circumstances of the gift, you'll usually need to either acquire it through WiFi Connection or through a Local Area Connection, usually at a Gamestop or Toys R Us or toy/game store that is holding a Mystery Gift event.
Getting a Gift is all about timing. Pokemon Mystery Gifts are time restricted and once it has passed, you cannot get the gift item/pokemon without getting it from a friend who did the event.