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Yamaha np 32 some keys faint in response


This is normally caused by dirty or worn contacts.
Simply open up the keyboard and replace the contact rubbers when the sensitivity has been lost.

There are 4 different rubber contacts depending on which notes are not working

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The black rubber top for the rubber joystick on my wheelchair keeps falling off where can I purchase a new one? It looks like a black rubber nipple


superglue holds rubber to metal very well , just don't use to much to run down inside switch but stays on tip

they now mfg a gel superglue for this very application (no run/no mess)

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How to replace the rubber seals in the poptop roof of a jayco 2009 expanda and where to buy the rubber


The correct rubber will be available from any jayco caravan dealer and you may get the same section rubber from a rubber retailer such as clark rubber

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Its the small rubber bit under the space bar


ok you need to unclip the spacebar carefully take off the rubber and replace with one from another keyboard use rubber solution to bond it in place making sure that the center on the board and rubber pad are free from dirt or glue, a good place to dource the rubber pad from is old mobile phone keypads or old childs toys with rubber buttons one of those cut to size and glued to under side of spacebar would be perfect, hope this helps and good luck.

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Rav4 sunroof leaks because of worn rubber seal and not because of clogged drain hole


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Can i replace focusing ring on nikon 18-200 lens


Rubber focus ring can be purchased in ebay.
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Bicycle Child Seat install has a rubber piece hanging in back


The rubber piece is designed to lock the tung on the back of the seat to the rack. To get it in place you need to bend the tung down until you can insert the rubber piece over the tung and under the two fins so that when you release the tung the rubber is locked into place. You will likely need to bend the tung down quite a bit. The rubber piece has two circular ridges that should be between the two fins that it is pressed into. These ridges will prevent the rubber piece from sliding out.
So basically, bend the tung down and press the rubber piece into the slot that is created. It will start to become clear once you get this far. Just make sure those ridges on the rubber are on the inside of the fins.

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