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Rekrow3110 torch flares up around ignighter when u try to light it

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Parts loose causing gas leak

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Nighttime photos have white haze (like a light reflections and not focused

If you have a scratch on the front lens of your camera, this could cause this. Bad light conditions, won't help a camera to autofocus.

But every light that can enter the front lens from a certain angle, can cause flares. Called lens flares. On DSLRs you often see a lens hood that comes with the lens. It is wrong to think you only need them in bright sun light, and put them the wrong way around on your lens. Every light source can cause a flair. So even shooting in the dark, close to a light source a lens hood can help to avoid flares. If you don't have a lens hood, screen the light with your hand.
On Wikipedia, you can read more about lens flares.
I won't tell what brand and what model, but a expensive system camera got white orbs in the picture when shooting in certain (dark) light conditions. So don't think it is only your camera.

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Trying to replace the master clutch cylinder on a 1979 280zx. Having trouble removing the flare nut on the clutch piping to the master cylinder housing. It won't budge. Don't want to round it off, have...

280zx -- one of my favorites,, I have owned a few,,, the best trick to loosening I have found is to use a little heat on the fitting ( heat gun or propane torch ). note: always be careful and mindful when using the propane torch as open flames in or around oil and gas can be dangerous -- heat slowly. this will free up the fitting with no problem. ( thermal dynamics :-) ). Happy New Year !!


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Trying to replace the master clutch cylinder on a 1979 280zx. Having trouble removing the flare nut on the clutch piping to the master cylinder housing. It won't budge. Don't want to round it off, have...

Use the proper flare nut wrench, it's important. If it won't come loose with reasonable pressure heat it up with a propane torch. Heat the nut first, if you can get it slightly red all the better. Quench it with water and try turning it. If it still won't turn heat the MC around the fitting and try again. Brake fluid is flammable and can squirt quite a way when you get heating the lines- wear safety glasses and always have a fire extinguisher at hand when you're using fire on a car.

Be sure that the nut is free to turn on the line- tapping on the line lightly and oiling between it and the nut will help separate them once you get the nut broke loose.


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Left rear brake line rusted out. can I get a replacement brake line and how difficult to replace?

No you need the make a new one. The best way is to buy a coupler napa sells them. The line rusted out in a spot ware you can't even see it but i know. You will need some speical tools a tubeing cutter a torch propane is fine and a flareing tool. The coupler needs to be three feet long it will have flared ends and fittings on it. You must remove the fitting that attaches to the end of the brake line at the rear fitting unscrew this is what you need the torch for. Hit it for 30 secounds with heat and spray with wd 40 it will break loose. Then screw the new line in the fitting you don't need to tighten all the way then carefuly snake the line back over the axle don't crimp the line use something round and slowly shape it . Then cut the old line with the tubeing cutter toward the front of the vehicle you need a stright cut but make sure that the coupler is long enough to reach to cut, Then you need the flareing tool to flare the end you just cut off don't try to dubble flare single is fine.But before you flare this end you need to slide a fitting on because after its flared it woun't go over the new flare. Then you just screw everything in place and tighten. Then bleed the brakes a lot of times you can just bleed the rear drivers side cylinder then check the master cylinder resiovier for fluid level

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Oven is ignighting o.k but not flaring up to get hot.

Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator...not enough gaspressure...

Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems

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Broken brake line in drivers side rear 1997 ford f350 cargo van

You can fix this but you need some specical tools You need a tubeing cutter and a flaring tool you can buy sections of brake line im not suppose to name stores but it begins with an N and ends with an A cut the line back to a point where its sound its easyer if you can remove the other end at a fitting then you;ll olny have to make one flare under the vehicle the flareing tool is about 30 dollars and the tubeing cutter is around 5 -10 dollars thr line is cheap You need to flare the old line to make it work with the new fitting you can;t use compression fittngs there not legal and won;t work if you have a problem getting the fitting end of at the rear wheel try hitting it with a propane torch for a few seconds not to long don;t start a fire or melt your rear wheel cylinder The instructions for the flareing come with the tool don;t try to dubble flare its not nessary but this will be a perminate fix and all you have to do is bleed the rear drivers side wheel cyinder good luck

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Model CVGX2423W ignighter sparks at all four bunners if only trying to light one

Every time you try to light just one burner the ignighter will try to light them all. The reason why is that they are all wired to the same switch under the cook top. There is nothing to be worried about. That is the way the factory made the cook top.

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Eye will not light

Try taking a wire brush and clean the ignighter, if that dosent work the you need a new ignighter.

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Flare nut wrench size?

try metric size. a flare wrench is an closed end wrench with a little **** in big enough to to slide over the line and then around the bolt its grabs mor of the bolt than a regular wrench

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