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Re: Phine shuts off when i close it every few times
I would reccomend getting a new one rather than trying to have it fixed. You seem to have a short in the hinge area causing your phone to go off. Trac phones are easier to replace than get repaired. Unless you have a friendly neighborhood phone Phreak available.
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You have a stuck float in the carb...the newer carbs a have a small valve that stops the gas from leaking to the ground when stuck..however it now goes into the intake and into the cylinder and open valves and eventual filling the engine with gas oil nix..I had this and found out don't mess with the carb..cause it will happen again..there is a quick and permanent fix..if your tractor has a gas shut it off if not apply one...first if you have gas in oil it must be takin care of now..it can and will fill the entire engine block..so here is the fix..drain the engine block change the filter then remove and ckean the plug..now tape or cover the plug..and slowly crank the engine to blow excess gas from the cylinder. Just keep the plug away..put oil,filter and plugs back..put on a gas shut off or if you already have one..keep it closed at all times when not in operation..here is the important part..when done mowing put the throttle in low and reach up and shut off the gas..let it run unti it uses up the gas left in the carb..when starting open the shut off and let open a few seconds to fill the carb..then start....you must do this eah time you shut it down and restart....or get the carb rebuilt not to say it won't happen again..your choice..good luck.
Door pins are a common failure on that series of Blazer/S10's. Also, another point of contention that the door faces is a sticky latch. Basically, the door latch re-latches itself and when you shut the door into the catch, it slams into it and bounces off. An easy fix is a 3 part cocktail of brake parts cleaner. Open and shut the latch with a screw driver acting as the catch and your interior door handle a few times. P'Blaster, open and shut the door a few times with the screwdriver acting as the catch. Finally, a good shot of white lithium grease. Open and shut the door with a screwdriver as the catch several times. Once you feel it is un-stuck, actually close and open the door several times. If you notice the door rising every time it catches, you MUST replace the door pins (cheap fix). If the door still has issues, replace the door latch (and since you're in there, do some PM and replace the actuator as well).
The lower section is connected to the top section through a common opening in the freezer floor. Shutting the bottom, being it is larger, will force air to open the top door. I installed a roller for a cabinet on top of my fridge to keep the door from pumping open. It is used to keep children out of cabinets. It is a roller wheel mounted on a spring loaded arm. It keeps the freezer shut until we open it. Some times the pumping action will force the door open enough it will not shut and things get soft. Hope this Helps Fix Ya up.
You have water in the latch mechanism. To solve the problem apply heat to the latch area of the door. I use a propane torch but a hair dryer or heat gun will also work. They will take longer though. Be careful with the torch so you don't burn the paint. hold it fairly close but keep it moving constantly. You will see the paint change appearance when you start to apply heat, keep heating until it changes back. At that point the latch will work. Close and open the door a few times and it should keep working for a while. The best thing to do is spray it with some WD-40 or RustCheck as soon as you get it working. Put the nozzle on the can and bend it right into the latch and spray around heavily. This should keep it from freezing up again. Hope this helps.
I have the dv9000z. If I do NOT push the DVD drive tray all the way in until it CLICKS shut, then it OPENS again after 1-2 seconds. This is normal. I have found that most times when I close the DVD tray drive, I am not pushing it in far enough, because the top of the DVD tray is rubbing against the laptop's case. If I just press down VERY SLIGHTLY and push the DVD tray in, the tray will fully close and CLICK shut. This works for me. Good luck.