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What is the purpose of needles and pin wheels in skimmers?

In most cases, needle and pin wheels are used to burst water which already contains air bubbles. This action eventually multiplies the number of bubbles as well as the surface area of the bubbles.

Aug 30, 2012 | A H Fabrications Fish

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Bubbles are projected on the screen

I am assuming that the "bubbles" are most prominant when the picture is dark. If that is the case, it is most commonly referred to as dust "blobs". Dust particles get on the lens assembly inside the projector and are just out of focus so they appear as blobs or bubbles. If you can carefully remove the cover and gently blow out the lens / color wheel area with compressed air it should reduce the "bubble" effect. I would not recomend any further dissasembly as it is complex and time consuming and unless your very careful, could end in disaster. Don't forget to clean the air filters either.

Aug 03, 2011 | Optoma EP721 Projector

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have a helper. car needs not be running. locate bleeder screw on brake calipers one per each wheel, have helper pump brakes 4-7 times then hold pedal to floor, while holding to floor loosen bleeder screw untill fluid and air bubbles flow out. tighten bleeder and pump brakes again and hold, while holding loosen bleeder again untill no air bubbles are present.Continue this procedure untill no air bubbles are present . Then proceed to opposite wheel and perform the same procedure. Also check brake fluid reservoir several times and keep full, do not allow to empty while bleeding is taking place or you will have to start all over.

Jan 29, 2011 | 1994 Chrysler LHS

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Brake fluid is not going thru on new calipers. got new calipers from napa not dealer.

did u bleed the brakes ? there could be an air bubble causing blockage

Sep 29, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Do you have to bleed a rack and pinion after installing?

yes, but it is a simple procedure. top up your power steering fluid, and turn the wheel lock to lock several times. the fluid will be full of air bubbles, and you may need to shut the car off and let it sit for a few minutes to let the bubbles settle out. top up the level again, and repeat until the pump is quiet and there is minimal bubbles. good luck!

Aug 09, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Intrepid

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1997 Chevy 1500 pickup 2wd v8, stepping down on brake bubbles master cylinder checked all lines checked all wheels and bleed ABS system, still have bubbles. Master cylinder is new. Any ideas?

One of the wheel cylinders is leaking, pulling air back into brake system and it's going back to the4 master cylinder. Look for brake fluid leaking at one of the wheel cylinders, that's where the problem is.

Oct 10, 2009 | 1997 Chevrolet K1500

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How do i bleed my brakes for my 1998 Ford Ranger? When i push the brake pedal it goes all the way to the floor.

First I would figure out why it needs to be bled, if it was leaking somewhere, or fluid low, new caliper, etc.

Brake bleeding is the procedure performed on hydraulic brake systems whereby the brake lines (the pipes and hoses containing the brake fluid) are purged of any air bubbles. This is necessary because, while the brake fluid is an incompressible liquid, air bubbles are compressible gas and their presence in the brake system greatly reduces the hydraulic pressure that can be developed within the system.

The process is performed by forcing clean, bubble-free brake fluid through the entire system from the master cylinder(s) to the calipers of disc brakes or the wheel cylinders of drum brakes). The brake bleeder is normally mounted at the highest point on each cylinder or caliper. Brake bleeding can be done easily by two persons working together and doesn't require much technical expertise besides a basic knowledge of brakes and car hydraulics. One wheel at a time, the brake bleeding valve for that wheel is opened while a drain hose is attached to that valve and immersed into a pool of brake fluid. The assistant then pumps the brake pedal. In this manner, fresh fluid is forced through the system into that wheel's caliper or wheel cylinder, and any old, dirty, water-saturated or bubble-entrained fluid is expelled from the system. When the fluid from the caliper or wheel cylinder runs clean, clear, and bubble-free, the brake bleeding valve is closed and the drain tube removed. The process is then repeated for the remaining wheels. During the entire process, the brake fluid reservoir must be kept full of fresh fluid lest new air bubbles be introduced into the brake system. (As found on Wikipedia)

It would be important to note that the person pumping the brake should press slowly and tell you when they are nearing the end of the pedal stroke to you can close the bleed valve before you **** air back into the system. REMEMBER to keep brake fluid in the reservoir at the master cylindermag-glass_10x10.gif.

Hope this helps. It's pretty easy and best done with 2 people, they hav vacuum bleeders which can be done with 1 person but the results are not consistant or perfect.

Jun 24, 2009 | 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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Problem with tires ,air is escaping

Pick up a kit for bicycle repair. Take the wheel off, deflate, pull the wheel from the rim and remove the tube. Pump the tube up a little, place under water and look for the bubbles. Once you find the bubbles, patch with the bike tire repair kit, deflate, put the tube back in, reattach tire to rim and inflate.

Apr 10, 2009 | Bertini Baby Gear

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Steering wheel is very hard to turn. What could be the problem?

You are either low on fluid or have a return line leaking. Pull the cap off the reservoir and check the level and also if there are bubbles in the fluid. Bubbles indicate a leak in return line or seal.

Jan 09, 2009 | 1992 Honda Accord

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