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How do i replace the blades?


Raise the mower high enough that you can reach the nut that holds the blades. Remove the wires from the spark plugs so the engine can't start. Jamb the blade with a piece of 2x4 so it won't turn while loosening the holding nut. Remove the nut but keep track of the location and the direction of any washer that may be there. Some washers are cupped so make sure you know which way the cup goes. Then remove and replace the blade. Make sure you get the nut tight enough. You will need to jamb the blade again so you can tighten the nut. This is a good time to scape it clean under there too.
I use a putty knife and sometimes a wrecking bar to clean the underside.

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How to adjust handbrake


If you remove the center console you should be able to get at your adjusting screw. The end of the brake cable where it attaches to the brake handle will usually have a large threaded area for adjustment with an adjustment nut and a jamb nut. Simply loosen the jamb nut and set the desired cable tension with the adjustment nut and tighten the jamb nut back down. Then replace the console. If you are unable to get the desired tension at the cable you might have worn brake shoes that need replacing.

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My maytag ensignia washer vibrates/shakes as it rinses


you need to level the unit and then lock the jamb-nuts between the leveling legs and the bottom of the units base structure,use a level and check the top,then level the unit as best as possible,per the floor grade,then tighten the jamb nuts to keep them there

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How to replace tie rod ends


1. Loosen the wheel lug nuts. Raise the front of the vehicle and support it with jack stands.
2. Hold the tie rod end with vice grips or a pipe wrench and loosen the jamb nut (the nut at the inner end of the tie rod).
3. At the other end of the tie rod remove the cotter pin and remove the castle nut.
4. The tie rod end will come out by turning counter clockwise. Before turning it grip the inner tie rod with pliers (the part on the other side of the jamb nut) so that it doesn't turn. Count exactly how many turns it takes to remove the tie rod end.
5. Turn the new tie rod end in exactly the same number of turns that were required to remove the old one. Tighten the jamb nut up against the new part.
6. Re-install the castle nut and replace the cotter pin with a new one.
7. Re-install the wheel and lug nuts. Re-torqe them with the vehicle back on the ground.
8. It is a good idea to replace both tie rod ends at the same time and to get a front end alignment afterwards.
I hope this helps.

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I need to adjust the level because of putting tile under it and there is a large black plastic screw in the bac on the bottom that seems to be a leveling screw but it is stuck and I need to know if in fact...


penetrating oil then check just above this large plastic nut,is there what they call a "jamb-nut" which locks the height you set the leveling leg at and this secures it,soak it with penetrating oil then loosen the jamb nut if there is one and adjust and retighten the jamb nut

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How do i adjust the wheels on my whirlpool refrigerator?


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1996 chevy 1500 has new brake light switch. It operates only if I hold backup pressure against it.


Your new switch is just out of adjustment. Try moving the switch closer to the dash by un-plugging the switch, loosening the jamb nut, and turning it clockwise 4-5 turns, then re-tighten your jamb nut and plug the connector back in. If this doesn't work, try turning the switch in the opposite direction. I had a similar problem on a S-10, and this fixed it.

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I'm going to guide you on how to create what is known as a "switch leg".
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2- connect black wire "hot wire" to the shiny bronze tinted terminal on switch.
3- connect the white wire " neutral " to the silver connection on switch.
4- connect the naked copper wire " ground " to the ground terminal on switch
5- Disconnect the two white wires in the junction box from each other.
6- Connect the ground to ground in j-box
7- Connect the black to one of the whites in j-box
8- connect the white to the other white in j-box
9- wire nut and tape all connections
Oh and be sure that you turn off the breaker before you start. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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Transmission Problem


band adjustment goes like this, Break the jamb nut loose and back it off a couple of turns then torque the center stud to 10 ft pounds then back it off 2 turns and tighten the jamb nut.
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