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Cehisa edgebander series 200 mod 204

Glue pot lights and glue pot does not come on?

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SOURCE: I have 1.2 L Takahi Slow Cooker but the pot was

You can visit their website at www.takahi.com.sg to see how they can assist you. Good luck.

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Need to replace the black rubber feet on slow cooker model AC 65EB by All Clad.


Hi,
you may not be able to find new replacement black rubber pods.
Instead, get a hot glue gun and make new ones.
Make sure you:
1. Insert a small amount of hot glue in the holes where the original pods where. Then use an even amount of hot glue to make'em all even (+- same size as original ones)
2. Let cool hot glue for minimum 5-10 minutes or you may burn your fingers, or it may not be solid enough to stand the weight of you cooker pot. :-)

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Remote startup problem tip


we all know that cold and heat causes stuff to expand and contract.
On the alarm is a key security bypass circuit for remotely starting the motor and this circuit has an adjustable resistor ( pot ) ( trimmer potentiometer )
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it looks like this one , or they may have used a different type , but when they put them in , they also put a type of glue on the pins and the screw that adjusts the resistance on the "pot". so durring the cold months and reheating of the inside of the vehicle , that glue is expanding and contracting and moving the screw on the "pot" that adjusts the resistance , to match the key input. ( also age will dry up the glue)
to stop this from happening or to prevent this from happening , simply "remove the glue from the screw" , and make sure that the wires connected to it are good , then also make sure that it is secured to something so that it does not get knocked around and the screw gets hit and loses its correct set value.
this "pot" may also need to be replaced , testing of the "pot's" value and or its capability of holding that value while being bumped around , ( lightly tap on the screw with the ohm meter attached and see if its value jumps up or down , if it does replace it)
make sure all plugs, connections, are good when checking this and that the fuses attached to lines of the alarm are not blown.

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I need to replace the rubber feet for a crock pot model scv700-b. Do you know where I can order them?


All of them?
If you can't find any, try making new ones with a HOT glue gun!
Just make same size buds of glue and make sure it cools off completely (10 minutes each) before turning it back on its feets!

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How to reheat rolls


They can be reheated in an old pot Woodworkers for a hundred years or two used heated glue that way. You can reform them if you can create a set of molds.

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How to operate a Cehisa Pro-8 Edgebander


Huge question! Sounds like you need a professional to come in and train. Well worth the $$ as they can teach you maintenance which edgebanders need so much of. I do a Preventative Maintenance and train at the same time so the results are obvious. You could get a hold of Adwood if you're in the states for manuals.

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The L2 bit has broken of my nintendo ds lite motherboard, i'm wondering if i glue it back on, will it still work?


possibly not... go to a technology place and ask for a repair. because glue might destroy the inside of your ds, making more damage

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I drop my 8'' memorex portable dvd player and broke the latch. mod


First on pieces that are broken you will want to rough surfaces with 220 grit sandpaper(if you cannot get paper use a sharp point like a needle to scratch mating surfaces)then if you are afraid of getting glue on anything else except sufaces use a toothpick to apply glue.(you can also coat other surfaces besides mating area carefully with vaseline so glue wont adhere to unwanted surfaces,just dont get on mating surfaces,or glue wont bond)when you coat both mating surfaces with glue then mate together,apply pressure for 5 mins or so then let fully cure,then see if your efforts paid off!!!!! Best of Luck to You !! amtnng :)

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Im looking for a glue that can be used on a porcelain cup for coddling eggs. The cup gets emersed in boiling water to cook the eggs so the glue must be heat proof and water proof. But also it must be food...


Without any hesitation I would say that you should avoid a all cost to attempt to repair or glue this type of material. I only know very few specialized industrial glues that can be used in this environment (heat and humidity). Do not risk getting burned. You need to find a mecanical solution. Glue is just not robust enough.

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