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Bh north america


If you haven't already, try this phone # for BH North America

(949) 206-0330

Dec 01, 2013 | Exercise & Fitness

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How does a compass always point to due north?


"Due North," by definition, is the direction towards the earth's north pole; or, visually at night, towards Polaris, the north star. Therefore, compasses generally do NOT point towards due North but, rather, point towards "magnetic north," as the other responder described, which is a variably located at some distance from True North, depending upon where the north-locating compass is situated on our planet. In most circumstances magnetic North is close enough so that people are willing to accept it as North in general terms. However, depending on your location, and upon seasonal changes caused by Earth's wobbling rotation (called precession) true North can be many degrees off from magnetic (from your compass's) North. In those cases true North must be determined using declination charts, which will tell you how many degrees to add or subtract on you compass in order to determine true North by the Magnetic North your compass is pointing to. For example, if magnetic North is 10 degrees west of true North at your compass's location (that is, your compass is actually pointing 10 degrees to the "left" of North), then you would correct by considering the +10-degree bearing point on your compass dial as True North--and, likewise, add 10 degrees to any bearing line you happen to determine using your compass. You have one other way of finding True North, which is celestially, by sighting towards the Pole star, aka Polaris, aka the North Star...that is, providing that the sky is UNcloudy and unsunny enough for the star to be visible. Of course, that only works for those located in the morthern hemisphere. Those south of the equator have a "south pole" star but it is not as accurate as Polaris in the northern hemisphere.

Jul 09, 2012 | Camping, Backpacking & Hiking

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I have a North Star pressure washer GC160. What oil do I use in pump and what is recomended for the Honda engine? Can you also tell me where I can download a manual? Bob


As far as the pump gose just use a 30 weight oil they call it pump oil but realy its a 30 weight oil if you want the # its AW-4085-0016 or equivlant . The engine oil is a 10 -30 in most tempatures they say use a 30 wight above 40 degrees but i use mobil one extend proformance 10 -30 all year long in all of my mechines and have never had any problems and there all honda engines . Just change the oil every year some of mind are 35 years oil and run perfictly

May 09, 2011 | Northstar Pressure Washer 2800 PSI

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I need a picture/or diagram of the serpentine belt routing on a 1998 Cadillac 4.6l north star engine. Car is a De ville


I need a diagram of how to replace a serpentine belt on a 1998 Calilic 4.61 north star engine

Dec 22, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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Access to odd numbered spark plugs on North-Star V8


To gain access you have to remove the ignition coil pack. There are only 4 10mm bolts holding it on. Also remove the cross over to have more room.

Oct 31, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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HOW DO I USE A BUSHNELL NORTH STAR 787880 TELESCOPE


Here are the manuals that you can download for free--

http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.html#manuals

May 16, 2009 | Bushnell Optics

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I need simple set up instructions for australia


All GOTO scopes require a setup routine-- on my ETX 90 I must--

1. Train the drives

2. Set the time and the date, and the observing site in the hand controller

3. Level the tripod and the tube

4. Point the tube NORTH

5. And align and center on two stars BEFORE the telescope will find anything.

Read the manual TWICE--- and then practice inside before you take it outside at night.

Apr 04, 2009 | Bushnell North Star 78-8850 Telescope

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LX90GPS "finding north" does not complete


The LX90GPS and other LTN devices use an internal accelerometer to calculate tilt and North. That has nothing to do with the GPS. Sounds like you need to talk to Meade.

My LX90GPS doesn't do North very well, but I can calibrate that out with the two star alignment. THEN the thing points almost perfectly all over the sky. Sorry I couldn't help you more.

Jul 16, 2008 | Discovery Channel Meade 8" LX90-GPS...

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