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Bicycle Maintenance Tip.



Cleaning Your Bike
A clean bike will last longer than one that is dirty. The frequency of the washing will depend on the amount of use it is getting. If it's used daily, then once a week would be a minimum goal to set for your cleaning regimen. Bikes accumulate dirt, moisture, and other grime that when left on your bike can cause corrosion or rusting that often damages bike components.

You can clean your bike simply by using a bucket of water with dish detergent and a cloth. Clean the bike and then towel dry it to remove any excess moisture. If you discover dirt or grime in areas that are more difficult to reach, use a toothbrush.thanks aaaa

on Dec 21, 2010 | Cycling

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What kind of cleaning maintenance should I expect from a bird cage?


Cleaning a bird cage may often feel overwhelming, with both daily and weekly tasks that need to be done; however it is a crucial aspect in ensuring your bird remains healthy and has a clean and comfortable living environment. Using cage liners will help make this process much easier. Here is a short video clip explaining basic maintenance requirements to keeping a bird cage clean.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb4onjZrVZI

Aug 30, 2012 | Absorption Corp Birds

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How to clean sunbeam humidifier swm5250


CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS (from the manual):

The following maintenance procedures must be routinely followed in order to ensure proper, efficient operation of your humidifier. The unit WILL NOT WORK CORRECTLY if it is not cleaned properly.

When the unit is in use, daily and weekly maintenance is recommended. Regular weekly cleaning prevents scale buildup on the heating element and base. It also prevents micro-organisms from growing on the base. This ensures that maximum efficiency will be achieved.

We cannot over-emphasize how essential proper cleaning is to the maintenance and continued use of your unit and to the the avoidance of algae or bacteria build-up.

DAILY MAINTENANCE
Allow to cool before maintenance.
1. Before cleaning, set the control to OFF (O) position and unplug the unit from the electrical outlet.
2. Remove the water tank then unlock the misting chamber by rotating the safety lock towards the front of the unit. Lift mist chamber from the unit's base.
3. Empty water and minerals from the base and place in the top rack of the dishwasher. This will remove any sediment and dirt that has accumulated in the base.
NOTE: It is imperative that the base is cleaned properly. The base is dishwasher safe (top rack ONLY) for easy cleaning.
4. Wipe the heating element clean with a soft cloth after it has had a chance to cool.
5. Replace misting chamber and engage safety lock. The Electronic Thermal Control Heating element is lined with a coating that is designed to provide the easiest cleaning and prolong the operating efficiency of the humidifier. DO NOT use any metal or hard objects to clean the Heating Element. Never use detergents, gasoline, kerosene, glass cleaner, furniture polish, paint thinner or other household solvents to clean any part of the humidifier.

WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
Remove Scale: Allow to cool before maintenance.
1. Repeat steps 1-5 in the Daily Maintenance section.
2. Clean the tray by partially filling the base with one 8 oz. cup of undiluted white vinegar. Let solution stand 20 minutes, cleaning all interior surfaces with a soft brush. Dampen a cloth with undiluted white vinegar and wipe out entire base to remove scale.
3. Rinse with clean warm water to remove scale and the white vinegar solution before beginning to disinfect the tank.
4. Wipe the heating element clean with a soft cloth after it has had a chance to cool.

Disinfect Tank:
1. Fill tank with 1/2 teaspoon of chlorine bleach and 1/2 gallon of water.
2. Let the solution stand for 20 minutes, swishing every few minutes. Wet all surfaces.
3. Empty the tank after 20 minutes, and rinse well with water until the bleach smell is gone. Dry with a clean cloth of paper towel.
4. Refill the water tank with cool water; replace the housing and water tank. Repeal ALL Operating Instructions.

Jan 22, 2012 | Sunbeam Humidifiers

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What kinda things do i look for / maintenance on a daily/weekly basis to keep my 07 gsxr in good running condition?


Daily basis check engine oil, tyre condition and pressures, chain tension and lubricate as ness

Feb 23, 2011 | 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 600

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What kinda things do i look for / maintenance on a daily/weekly basis to keep my 07 gsxr in good running condition?


hi bud there isint much you can do week to week other than put petrol in lol a good thing to have on the bike if ya can is a scott oiler a handy tool as it keeps your chain lubricated more regularily than normal oiling but the chain would be a monthly thing to keep doing as a good oiled chain is important for easy driving every year or 6 months depending on driving time your oil and filter need to be changed battery can be charged every 4 5 months if not used alot it will drain slowly with lights indicators and such so in the winter months charge or get your self a trickle charger will keep your battery alive if not been used just take battery out plug into trickle charger away ya go and plugs may need to be changed every year again driving dependent but as for regular routine stuff there isint much other than oil greasing with a good chain wax is best hope this ok

Feb 23, 2011 | 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 600

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How do I clean / sanitize my sunbeam humidifier swm5250 with bleach?


I'm no expert, but a friend of mine loaned me her humidifier recently and she just put some bleach and water in the tank and cleaned the tank with that. It did leave a smell of bleach in the tank that could be smelled any time it ran, but after a few refillings, it went away, and I figure if it smells there must be a little left, which means it should clean the working parts fairly well too. (while you're running it the first few times) And the medicine tray in the SWM5250 is dishwasher safe, so I would just run that through the dishwasher, but bleach should be fine for that too.

Jan 27, 2011 | Sunbeam Humidifiers

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Treadmill maintence


Here is a typical guide for maintenance their may be a slight variation from different manufacturers all in all the same.
NOTE: To prevent electrical shock, be certain the treadmill is turned off and unplugged from the electrical outlet before performing any cleaning or routine maintenance. TREADBELT LUBRICATION For average use of your treadmill, factory recommends you lubricate under the treadbelt once per year. For heavy use, which is more than 10 hours per week, factory recommendation is lubricating every six months. . LUBRICATION PROCEDURE: 1. Turn off and unplug treadmill. 2. Cut off the end of the tube of lubricant. 3. Holding the tube in one hand, insert the tube underneath the treadbelt halfway between front and back and halfway between right and left. 4. Squeeze the full contents of the tube onto the deck in a circular pattern in the center 1/3 of the deck. 5. Plug in and turn on treadmill, then walk normally on treadmill at 0.5 mph for five minutes. CLEANING DAILY: Perspiration should be wiped from the control console and treadmill surfaces after your workout. CLEANING WEEKLY: You should wipe down your treadmill once a week with a water dampened, soft cloth. Be careful not to get excessive moisture between the edge of the digital display panel and the console, as this might create an electrical hazard or cause the electronics to fail. IMPORTANT: DO NOT CLEAN OR WIPE THE TOP OF THE DECK UNDER THE CENTER OF THE RUNNING BELT. MONTHLY: Clean dust and dirt that might accumulate under and behind your treadmill once a month. Small rubber particles from the soles of walking shoes will accumulate alongside the belt and also behind the unit

Apr 27, 2010 | Exercise & Fitness

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MAGENTA NOT PRINTING


The other week I had the black print head clog up, requiring daily nozzle deep cleaning [a normal 'ocassional' maintenance function]. Thought I needed a new Print head, so anything worth a try.
I loaded up an old black cartridge [I load all my own......always have] with Isopropyl Alcohol and ran deep clean on that cartridge a couple of times, then repeat printed [6 times] a page full of the number 8 in about half inch character size, to get the alcohol through the nozzles. then Deep cleaned again 3 times, to wash it through the print head.

I reloaded the normal ink filled cartridge and ran the '8' page again till I got good black output. It has now been working without problem, daily, for over a week. Clearly if it's a Magenta only problem, the cleaning as described above would be a bit different, as the magenta is one of 4 colour cartridges.
My printer does quite a lot of work, and was bought at least a couple of years ago, being used daily for alpha numeric and photo printing work. This was the first difficulty I experienced with it.
Hope the above might help.Ken

May 21, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer

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1998 honda civic DX (4 door sedan)


Worn rings and/or valve guides - time for a re-build.

Jul 11, 2008 | 1998 Honda Civic

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