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Where the lance couples together there is a metal screw type barrel which tightens the two together mine has split in half .Question is where can i obtain a replacement thank you Derek

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Change battery 1998 Nissanpathfinder


Sounds like a couple of washers are missing from rhe adapter that takes up the additional space. Try to install a split type washer in their place, so you can tighten down better. Good luck.if the problem is the screw on the battery that should be permanent is spinning. Try securing the center threads while tightening"assuming theyre aide mount type" maybe with a pair of vice grips to hold the bolt in place while you tighten the nut.

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How do you attach the chainsaw to the pole?


You simply mount the saw between the two metal plates.
There are two screws holding the plates together.
Look in the owners manual and it will guide you how to attach the saw.
Once the saw is attached, plug in the power cable that is on the end of the pole. One word of advice....there is a large locking collar ring that enables the two poles to extend and lock together. There has been numerous reports that the locking collar ring splits due to overexersion. You can add a stainless worm clamp (similar to a radiator hose clamp) around the rind and tighten it securely. Be sure it is a heavy duty wide clamp. This will help to keep the ring from splitting under pressure.

Jun 25, 2014 | Remington Electric Pole Saw

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Chainsaw hard to start. When it does start and I turn it off I cannot start it again.


I experienced the same problem with mine. The collar ring split making the pole saw useless. I am one of those who can basically fix anything you can put into my hands......
I have the solution for you! Loosen the collar ring and ensure the matching edges (where it is split) are clean & dry.....(no oil or residue).
Use JB-Weld (available in most department stores, hardware stores and auto suuplies) to repair the collar ring. Use the standard type epoxy (not the fast drying type). You will also need one other item to keep the ring from splitting again. The collar ring has a 2-inch diameter. Go to a hardware store or an auto supply store and ask for a 2-1/2 inch stainless worm clamp. Be sure to get the wider type that is about one-half inch across the stainless band. The clamp is typically used to connect radiator hoses on automotive engines. Make sure the clamp you get is stainless. Unscrew the clamp using safety in mind.....they typically have a large "straight slot" screw; using a screwdriver is a bit dangerous especially if you have to tighten it very tight. If you have access to a nut driver or a small quality socket set, these tools will enable you to tighten the worm clamp very tight. Do not force the collar ring back into service for a few days to ensure that the epoxy has had plenty of time to cure. I repaired mine a few years ago and it still works great!
Please send me a reply once the surgery and recovery is complete.
The total cost for materials is about $9-$10.
I hope this fixes your collar ring for good!

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I need coupling collar for my remington pole saw


I experienced the same problem with mine. The collar ring split making the pole saw useless. I am one of those who can basically fix anything you can put into my hands......
I have the solution for you! Loosen the collar ring and ensure the matching edges (where it is split) are clean & dry.....(no oil or residue).
Use JB-Weld (available in most department stores, hardware stores and auto suuplies) to repair the collar ring. Use the standard type epoxy (not the fast drying type). You will also need one other item to keep the ring from splitting again. The collar ring has a 2-inch diameter. Go to a hardware store or an auto supply store and ask for a 2-1/2 inch stainless worm clamp. Be sure to get the wider type that is about one-half inch across the stainless band. The clamp is typically used to connect radiator hoses on automotive engines. Make sure the clamp you get is stainless. Unscrew the clamp using safety in mind.....they typically have a large "straight slot" screw; using a screwdriver is a bit dangerous especially if you have to tighten it very tight. If you have access to a nut driver or a small quality socket set, these tools will enable you to tighten the worm clamp very tight. Do not force the collar ring back into service for a few days to ensure that the epoxy has had plenty of time to cure. I repaired mine a few years ago and it still works great!
Please send me a reply once the surgery and recovery is complete.
The total cost for materials is about $9-$10.
I hope this fixes your collar ring for good!

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The old 37 has a screw about half way up the forend. Remove the screw and gently and carefully remove the forend by pulling the top down.Lay a towel or something similar down under the forend to catch any loose parts such as the forend shoe and the forend shoe retainer. Pay close attention as to how they fit together so as to make it easier to put your shotgun back together.
To remove the barrel, hold the barrel with one hand and push the barrel release on top the receiver with the other hand. This should let the barrel fall forward, allowing you to lift the rear of the barrel off of its hinge.
Good luck with your old classic shotgun and take good care of her.

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you have a bad motor coupling,they brake all the time,remove the two screws holding down the top console,lift it up,with a screw driver remove the two metal clips and remove the lid switch harness,it's a white plastic piece in the middle between the two metal clips,now remove the frame of the washer,down the bottom you'll see the pump,with a screw driver remove the two metal clips and remove the pump,now remove the two screws and two more metal clips and remove the motor,on the back of the motor you'll see the motor coupling,it should have three plastic arms on it but they probably are broke,also on the tranny the other half of the coupling is there remove that,the part number is 285753A and it's around 19 bucks, tap on the new coupling one part on the motor shaft,the other on the tranny shaft and slide the black rubber piece on the tranny part of coupling and slide the motor onto the other half so they lock together and this is what spins the tub.if you need help with anything else let me know,also if you can let me know how you make out with your washer,good luck. the coupling brakes all the time from overloading the washer<!-- from fixya rte -->

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Hi we have a central vacum system (canister). Sometimes when you plug in the hose it works fine othertimes it doesn't work?


There are two types of coupling that plug in. One has a solid metal ring. There are two metal electrical **** inside of the inlet. When you press the coupling into the inlet the metal ring completes the circuit. If the ring or the **** are badly tarnished, they may have to be scrubbed before they complete the circuit.
The other type of coupling has a double split. There is a switch on the wand that completes the circuit from one side of the split to the other. If when inserted, this split lines up on one of the **** and the *** doesn't touch either part of the ring, then it is not going to operate either.
Give me some feed back if that doesn't fix it.

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The part that goes into the cigarette lighter broke on my Garin Nuvi. When I pulled it out, the small metal pieces, and a little glass tube fell out. How do I put it back together?


The glass tube is the fuse. There should be a spring and threaded metal barrel with a metal tip that slides through it. Look for these (4) parts.

The spring goes in first, followed by the glass fuse and then the metal tip should pass through the metal barrel. Screw the metal barrel with the tip on the end over the fuse. When you press on the tip, it should push in a little and spring back out. If you lost the pieces, you'll need to purchase another charger.

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My coupler was split in two, and I couldn't screw it off. I had to do the following:
1. Take the blender apart (mine had 2 screws on the bottom). 2. Remove the motor housing from the blender (mine was loose from removing the two screws earlier). 3. Remove the fan by removing the fan nut. 4. Take apart the motor housing. Mine had two machine screws with 1/4" hex heads holding a bracket that tied the two ends together. Once those two screws are removed, you can take the motor out of the housing. Be careful on the fan end of the motor, because it's got two spring loaded brushes that will come together once the motor is pulled through. 6. Once you have the motor out of the housing, you'll have something to grab onto so you'll be able to unscrew the broken coupler. I used a pair of channel locks and gently grasped the motor body, and then just used a regular pair of pliers to grab the broken coupler. It's regular thread (lefty lucy righty tighty), so twist accordingly.
Once you have the coupler off, just put everything back together. The hardest part is holding apart the spring loaded brushes while you push the fan end of the motor shaft back through the motor housing.
Took me about 20 minutes to do everything.
Good luck.

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If the boundary between the blank half and the printed half is a sharp line, a wire to the print head may be broken or disconnected. If the boundary is irregular (wanders up and down an 1/8 inch or so), the problem is most likely a broken plastic lever on the end of the shaft that moves the print head. The plastic lever is keyed to the shaft by a flat on the shaft. The plastic has a tendency to split at the edge of the flat, resulting in the lever slipping on the shaft. This in turn results in one side of the print head not contacting the paper with sufficient pressure. The other end of the shaft has a thick plastic sector gear which is much less likely to break.

I fixed mine by making a clamp from a metal spacer (made from split tube about 1/8 inch long) and force fitting it over the part of the plastic lever that fits on the metal shaft (on the end towards the inside of the unit). There is just enough clearance to do this without hitting the print head frame.

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