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Re: The slow weak function of the augar
The reason for the "weak agitation " is a bad set of agitator dogs. by removing the center fabric softener cup, you can get to and unscrew the center shaft bolt7/16. after removing the bolt, the agitaor will remove and the agitator dogs canbe replaced. part number 80040.youll need to split the agitator top and bottom to insall them . they simply slide into place.
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Judy, carefully apply heat where you feel it is seized, have assistant try to turn wheel back and forth, when starting to move apply a lubricant at seized point and work wheel back and forth until freed up. ( Careful lubricants can be flammable)
Yes. However they might not be your best solution. Portable air casters usually work best for very short distances and infrequent moves. This means that if you need more frequent moves or travelling longer distances, you will need continuous compressed air supply (high pressure nitrogen bottles), which would make the whole cost more than it's worth.
Not unusual for fuel pumps to begin to fail once they are heated up from running. First thing in the morning pump is cool, then as you drive, it heats up and begins to lose pressure. After sitting a 1/2hr-1hr, it may start again and run fine for a short time and start to act up again. Had similar problem and found good fuel pressure when tank and pump cool, but lost pressure once vehicle driven a distance and pump heated up. The hotter the weather, the shorter the distance I could drive. If you can somehow set it up to have fuel pressure checked when it starts to act up, that would certainly help confirm if fuel pressure is the culprit.
needle bar is centered too far to the back. There are 2 little bolts
(Below the presser foot lift on the back of the machine) that must be
loosened while the needle bar is repositioned aligning the needle bar
take on tire pressures and when they need adjusted, I wrote this a
while back for someone with a Honda African Twin, so this should
recommendation – Short distance city riding below 100kph. Light
off-road use ie. Small rocks, gravel. If the weather/road conditions
vary a lot.
recommended pressure – High speed road use. Long distances in warm
weather on good quality roads. Go 40% if the conditions are the same
but the bike is fully loaded with carriers.
recommended pressure – Short distance riding in cold winter temps.
Short distance on wet roads. Off-road, average gravel/rocks and some
recommended – Slow off-road riding in very loose dirt, sand, with
lots of rocks. Tires will heat up quickly if the pace is picked up
which will loose grip and cause accelerated wear.
recommended – Very slow, loose dirt, deep sand (dunes). If tires
slip on the rims you need to increase pressure.
is all about keeping a close eye on tire pressures and adjusting them
to suit the conditions rather than keeping strictly at the
manufacturer's settings. Starting out my riding career on a BMX, tire
pressures can be the difference from landing a perfect jump and
falling on your face. Therefore, with a motor attached, it is even
more important to get it right – personally I think the 'feel and
grip' is more important than the pressure number – regardless if
that causes tire wear.
Is it the factory oil guage? Is it an electronic or mechanical guage? if it is mechanical that means you actually have a small diameter tube from the engine to the dash area, which may have a kink or bend in it. If it is electronic then your dealing with a wire which can have a slight short in it or a bad connection. REMEMBER!!!!!!!!!
An oil guage that works properly will have up and down readings. When the RPM's increase, so should the oil pressure guage. when you are not running the engine( idleing) the guage will read lower and sometimes bounce back and forth around 5 PSI. sometimes more depending on the grade of oil, how hot the engine is and how old is the oil.
Your lazer lense has bit the dust. Depending on your model type the first gen systems lazers are very easy to replace. The later versions sony made it harder to replace. You can find out what model you have by looking at the back of your PS2 then you can either call sony or go to there website and find out what generation PS2 you have. Then go from there. Hope this helps