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How to I dissemble the plastic housing

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How do I level my pioneer pl-50 turntable platter


When you removed the platter were there a couple of brass or copper washers around the spindle? If not you could try and find a couple to lift platter. Also check for wobble in the platter new ones can be had. There are clubs you may have to join on facebook that will help you one is Vintage HiFi and stereo mostly a bragging site but very helpful with links to others. that is where I found help with my Pioneer turn tables, also Ebay is where I found parts bought a PL518 sold for parts to fix the two I had.

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How do I lubricate it to quiet a noisy fan?


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If you can access the blower housing, check for an obstruction such as paper, leaves, etc. It could need lube in the bearings/bushings. Also check for cracks in the fan blades (usually plastic).

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Fantech FD60EM electronic timer control makes a loud buzzing sound and does not operate the fan


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http://waterheatertimer.org/Countdown-timer-horsepower-ratings.html

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Switch noisy timer with one of the other timers, and see if problem follows the timer, or is related to the specific location.
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The fan is making a "scratching" noise.


Hi steffmarin...
The scratching noise is one of two problems.
1.noisy fan bearings, cannot be lubricated, must be replaced (big job), or replace fan....
2. Plastic/rubber bearing up near the ceiling...the fan will be connected to it.
Sometimes when they get dry they get noisy.
You can spray the plastic/rubber bearing with a little WD-40 and it will hold the noise quite for a while...be sure to "wiggle" the fan around after spraying to distribute the WD-40) evenly.
If your noise problem is this then problem solved.
Please take time to rate me

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How do you do any maintenance (oiling or greasing - whichever is applicable) of rear wheel bearings in a 1987 jaguar xj6?


You don't. The bearing is greased for life. If the bearing is noisy it needs replacement.

FYI: Dismantling and greasing bearings does more harm than good due to the introduction of dirt, no matter how careful you are.

Modern greases are very sophisticated formulas of oil and soaps and last a long time.

Long gone are the days of white soap chassis grease that lasted 15,000 miles.

If the manufacture wanted it greased they would have installed a grease nipple in the housing.
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hi remove the net spry lubrication on bearings and the motor see if u spot on 1 of the blads signs of grinding if soo twist this blade the other way good luck windman

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