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Remove the air from your rear tires and now press the accelerator. It would come out.

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I have a 06 Toyota corolla and have changed the starter 3 times but it still won't start. When I turn the key I hear a single click and a humming sound


Do the following:
- Clean the battery terminals with Luke-warm water, dry them with dry cloth and fix them firmly.
- Check the battery to engine ground wire. Remove the engine side ground wire and clean it with sand paper to provide a good contact. Replace this wire with a thick one to hold the current during starting. Also battery to starter wire should be thick enough to hold the current during starting.
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I am laying a walkway with paving stones. If I add 2 inch of sand to 375 sq feet of space, how much cubic ft of sand will I require?


Since a cubic foot is 12" x 12" x 12", if you were to make the sand 12" thick you would have 375 cubic feet of sand. However, since you want your sand 2" thick (which is 1/6th of a foot), you simply divide the 375 by 6 to get the value of sand in cubic feet (62.5).

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sounds as if you either have a clogged skimmer or a colasped hose , for this type stuff to happen

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How do I sand the magneto on a Briggs & Straton 19.5 engine?


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sure,. modify,. in real life we never really "fix",. we merely "adjust."
For best results scrape,, sand with low grit paper, graduate to higher, but don't go back to lower grade sand paper,. prime and paint.
Take your time so you do not get drips by planning on several light coats compared to one thick coat... watch the over lap and keep the sprayer at equal distance in a pattern either inside out or outside in - just be consistent.
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Ck

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How do I replace the sand in my waterco t400 pool pump. Is there a manual available


Replacement of the sand is easy but there are a couple of things you want to do first.
Make sure you have a good shop-vac, get gloves, and purchase the proper sand.
This sand filter calls for #20 silica filter sand. (this will be available online, at your pool store, or at any water treatment facility).
Here is the link for this filters manual, and for the brochure (which has good pictures)
http://www.waterco.com.au/CMS/uploads/brochures/ZZB0512_Thermoplastic.pdf
http://www.waterco.com.au/CMS/uploads/Manuals/Sand_manual_829006.pdf

The manual has step by step instructions on filling and starting the filter.
The only part it doesnt tell you about is how to empty the old filter media.

To start this:
1. turn off circulation pump
2. Bleed any pressure or vacuum from the system using the bleeder valve, or just rotate the multi-port valve.
3. Open the drain valve at the bottom of the filter if there is one (some dont have one)
4. remove the collar between the multiport valve, and the tank. (this should be 2 phillips head screws)
5.Remove the multi-port valve.
you now have access to the sand.
6. Remove sand by whatever means (either a scoop or a good shop-vac with a thick hose)
be sure to be carefull once you get 2/3 of the way down the inside of the tank. There are LATERALS down there that are most likely brittle from chlorine.

Once sand is removed check and clean the laterals at the bottom of the tank.
Clean and flush the filter body and follow the directions in the manual to fill and start-up the filter.

If this helped, please vote positively for me.

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