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Perhaps the live-in grandson did a chin-up or maybe it was just time but the Maax shower door has dipped a tad at the bottom left side under the open handle and "catches" do the adjustment screws fix this...


Try prying GENTLY underneath that corner of the door with a broom or mop handle. Pry straight UP. Go too far and you may break the glass, but the frame may have sagged a bit, and simply prying may get it to overcome that sag.

Jan 28, 2014 | Plumbing

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Hi..Im looking to get my 2011 KX450F suspension working right for my weight of 70kgs The forks seem way too harsh/choppy over small bumps at speed..doesnt help with arm pump much..lol.. .....Wanted to...


Your going to have to keep working through the manual, it has way more info than can be typed here.
If it feels too hard and youre out of adjustment, you need to try a softer spring.
you can try anything that works for you, forks up, down, more or less sag, there is no quick simple fix and what one rider says is good may not work for another, and a different track may change things completely.
harsh front- reduce the compression damping, high speed or low speed depending on how far the forks are compressing or lighter oil, if you go too light it may try to tank slap and need a steering damper.
If you use all the travel, then the springs are close to correct, it can even bottom out a little on the biggest jumps


One step at a time and take notes of each change, including how it felt and what the track was like.. this is the way to see what works, and give you the option to easily change it back if it doesnt

May 23, 2011 | 2010 kawasaki KX 450F Monster Energy

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Fridge door sagged and needs adjusting.


the screw holding the door is not well tightening.

Feb 19, 2010 | Freezers

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Freezer door on Kenmore AS-18 is sagging


I have this fridge and the sagging door means that you are missing a plastic washer. you might have accidentally placed this washer on the top rather then on the bottom where it belongs.

Jan 04, 2010 | Kenmore 18.3 cu. ft. Top Freezer...

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What are the compression settings for a 2004 (rider is 230 lbs), and 2006 CRF R (rider is 235 lbs)?


Compression settings are adjusted in conjunction with rebound settings AFTER the rear spring pre-load/sag is properly set. The springs on both these bikes are too soft for 230-235 lbs. so they would need to be replaced with the correct stiffer spring rates to properly set sag for starters. You can work around this by attempting to set sag near the ballpark and then compensate for this by adjusting the clickers. This requires you to adjust your settings the way pro tuners do - trial and error.

Oct 17, 2009 | 2005 Honda CRF 450 R

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How can I repair my sagging rear bumper on my 2005


go to a friend or a bodyshop. get a bumper adjuster. it has a 3 to 4 foot handle on it, with a hook on the other end. you can easly bend a bumper where you want it...

Aug 05, 2009 | 2005 Mazda Tribute

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Garage door chain is sagging


If the chain is adjusted properly the chain will sag slightly on one side when the door is closed and on the other side when it is open. It should not sag enough that it is dragging on the T-rail. You can adjust it at the trolley. If you over tighten it you will hear a clicking sound when the opener opens or closes.

Jul 28, 2009 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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I want that sag specifications for my backl suspension


A: Static Sag or Race Sag is the amount the bike compresses from fully extended, with the rider on board.
Here's how to measure it.
  1. First extend the forks or shock completely and measure from the wiper to the bottom of the triple clamp on forks or from the axle to a vertical reference point on the chassis. This is L1.
  2. Take the bike off the stand, put the rider on board in riding position. Get an assistant to balance the bike or have the rider hold onto something, comress the suspension about 25 mm (1") and let it extend very slowly (slowly is the critical term). Where it stops, measure the distance between the wiper and the bottom of the triple clamp or the axle and the reference point on the chassis again. Do not bounce. This is L2. (If there were no friction in the seals the bike would come up a little further.)
  3. Next lift up on the suspension and let it drop very slowly. Where it stops measure again. Do not bounce. This is L3. The reason L2 and L3 are different is due to stiction or drag in the seals and bushings. (If there were no friction in the seals or the linkage the bike would drop a little further.)
  4. Half way between L1 and L2 is where it would come to rest with no friction. Therefore L2 and L3 must be averaged and subtracted from L1 to calculate true Static Sag.
    Static Sag = L1 - (L3 L2)/2
  5. To adjust Static Sag make longer or shorter preload spacers or use the preload adjusters, if available.
    It is important to note that there are no magic Sag numbers. However here are some guidelines to use as starting points.

May 10, 2009 | 2003 Honda CR 250 R

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Whirlpool Washer LSN3000PW4


tub is suspended from spring mounts
springs stretch over time tub sags
remove top cover
locate spring mounts and adjust tensioning bolts tighter on sagging side

Jul 11, 2008 | Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9564J Top...

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