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I have a 05 chevy trailblazer im trying to drop the oilpan to get the front timing cover off to do this there is a inner shaft inside the axle that goes through the pan how can i get this inner shaft...

You have to remove the differential and the controller from the oil pan. The shaft usually come out with the controller, some times not. Use pliers and pull it out , it will come. Be careful pulling the differ parts off the oil pan. These can break, pan also. Pry them out(back and forth), use plenty of spray lube. You also have to remove the valve cover to get the timing cover out. Hope you have a manual for this.

Mar 22, 2015 | 2005 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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My rice cooker model arc 838tc inner pot needs to be replaced where can I find that part

I'd try ebay, possibly store that carries brand. Or search on line for replacement pans your brand. Or take your pan to
rice cooker dealer you may find a new one with same size pan, thus a source from that other mfg. If your brand has customer service they may be able to provide a replacement.

Feb 13, 2015 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Do I need to remove the engine from my 2001 4.3 V6 blazer in order to get the oil pan off?

Two ways no need to pull engine
One lets start with cherry picker engine hoist unbolt mounts slide bolts
Lift to desired height of two inches 4x4 accross inner tire wells now chain down to 4x4 pull pan off 10 minutes done
The other way is mobile home jack stands under motor mounts and mounted 4x4 at top chained down never on the front clip but on inner tire well
They make a specific engine lift on wheel wells for this your not lifting engine high enough but enough to get the pan off safely

Oct 24, 2014 | 2001 Chevrolet Blazer

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Leaking transmission fluid

my car was leaking very bad transmission fluid do to my transmission pan so i took it off cleand it up. and found that the pan was a bit warpped and added silicone to new gasket and that fixed my problem for the pan. then i also had to replace the inner and outer seals and now my car dont leak transmission fluid anymore :)

Sep 07, 2013 | 1991 Subaru Legacy

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Always see fliud on the ground, seems to be very oily by the pan

it can be a number of reasons
1-oil pan screws loose
2-your inner or outer motor seals are defected (harmonica balencer seal)
3-transmission oil pan screws are loose

Jun 02, 2011 | 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan

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We need new kneading blade and drive mechanism at the base of the inner pot. Is this available we are in timarunew Zealand

Hello, There is a sealed bearing that is on the bottom of the pan and unfortunately it can not be replaced. You will need a new bread pan. Hank

May 20, 2010 | Sanyo SBM-20 Bread Maker

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I have a Zojirushi bbcc-s15, and it started to leak from the bottom pan. The felt washer on the bottom has fallen off. Where can I find or how can I replace the outer and inner parts?

All those parts are part of the sealed bearing that is stamped into the bottom of the pan. Unfortunately they can't be replaced and you will need a new bread pan. Sorry Hank

Mar 10, 2010 | Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Bread Maker

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National brand rice cooker

Hi. Checked on Australian Panasonic spares website for part no ASR111-494F and apparently it's no longer available. Panasonic spares would all come from the same source, so it's a good chance it's unavailable worldwide. Sorry.

Mar 19, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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