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I have a scratch plate in the way of replacing the fuel pump and I dont know where the acess panel is to get the plate off. where is the acess panel or how do i get the scratch plate off?

Year make and model helps. The plate has two bolts. Most times I have to cut or break one off. I never put the plate back. You do have to drop the tank to get the pump out. I remember this. It didn't last long.

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Torque Converter Scratching Noise

REmove the inspection plate at the front of the tranny and inspect the flex drive plate . IT will have the teeth for the starter motor , 3 or 4 bolts for the torque converter and 6 bolts that attatch it to the crank. ou will probably find cracks in the plate. If so you will have to remove tranny and replace plate.

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While cooking popcorn lastnight in the microwave the glass plate that rotates snapped in half. My husband picked it up right away so it wasn't hot. He put in a microwave safe plate into cook more popcorn...

All that is required to crack/break an item that is microwave safe is a fine crack or deep scratch. Water will expand so quickly as the microwave energy heats up the water, it turns to steam and cracks the plate with the pressure build up.

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My reddy heater won't pick up fuel. Lines seem to be clear. Everything else works has normal but I can't get it to pick up fuel. Nozzel is clean.

I have fixed this problem a lot.... locate the pump on the back of the electric motor... take the plastic cover off the pump.... then take off the metal plate the cover was screwed to (should be 6 screws) ... when you remove that plate there is a little black wheel with 4 reeds in it.... those reeds should freely move in and out of that wheel.... chances are they are dirty and they are stuck... take those little reeds out of the wheel and take a scratch pad or a semi rough piece of sand paper and clean those reeds and the slots on the wheel... then they should freely slide in and out of the slots on the wheel... make sure to spin the fan blades to make the wheel spin... that way you can make sure all 4 reeds and sliding up and down in the slots very freely.... this is the most common problem with these heaters not picking up fuel.... another thing to look at is on that plastic cover of the pump... there is an adjustment screw that takes a flat headed screw driver.... try adjusting it in for more pressure ( the pressure adjustment screw is not the cap that sticks out of the plastic, but the plastic screw that is in the small round collar on the outside of the plastic pump cover ) hope this helps

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The threaded needle will not pick up the bobbin thread. It seemed to be in perfect shape when last I used the machine, a Pfaff Tiptronic, but now, suddenly, it will now work. The threading of the bobbin...

Hi, here is a few suggestion...........

A few suggestions:
  1. Re-thread top of machine from scratch with the presser foot raised, i.e. remove thread completely from all thread guides & paths and start from scratch, making sure thread is securely seated between tension disks. Once the needle is re-threaded, lower the presser foot and give the tail end of the thread a tug to make sure there's tension on it.
  2. Make sure the bobbin is turning the correct direction for your machine - and that the thread tail is under the tension plate or bobbin tension guide (depending on machine).
  3. Blow out any fuzz.
  4. Insert a new needle, making sure needle is pushed all the way up.
  5. Oil machine (in locations recommended in your owner's manual).
If the basic cleaning and re-threading (above) don't help, your machine(s) may be out of time or have another mechanical issue that will require a repair technician. We recommend a tech trained on your specific brands - they'll be better trained and able to get any repair parts that may be needed.

Take care

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HI. i have all rpo 175000 btu kerosene heater.. wont pump the kerosene. I cleaned the pump on the back of the motor and I noticed scratches on the aluminum plate. any Idea what should I do.

check for dirty filter, air leak at pick up tube connection, also hold your finger over the pressure relief momentarily to see if it is leaking off pressure. also could be a stuck vane in pump.

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Bobbin case turns in its place

You need to remove the needle plate and take out the bobbin case. Examine it for any rough spots, scratches or burrs. When you find them, you will need to remove them with an emery stick and then buff it with very fine steel wool. Reinstall the bobbin case and the needle plate. Put the bobbin in the machine so that it turns counter clockwise when you pull the thread. Rethread the top of the machine and change the needle. Hold the needle thread , turn the handwheel and see if the bobbin thread is picked up without snagging anyplace. If it's okay, sew away.

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Face plate

You could use fine steel wool to smooth out scratches. If the original finish was glossy, spray plate with light coats of clear acrylate

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