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Need to talk to someone about the cart


How new is it and did you haul something heavy in it? They are not made for weight.

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Mitsubishi magna electrics


The Mitsubishi Magna is a mid-size car that was produced between 1985 and 2005 by Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL), based on Japanese platforms re-engineered for the Australian market. From 1991, the range was bolstered by a luxury variant, the Mitsubishi Verada. This became the first Australian-made vehicle to be exported worldwide in large numbers (chiefly to North America as the Verada-based Diamante but also in New Zealand as the V3000 up to 1996 and then Diamante up to 2002) and it also featured Australian-production firsts such as tiptronic transmissions (1997) and all-wheel drive drivetrain (2002), featured only in the Australian and New Zealand ranges.
Manufactured between May 1985 at the Tonsley Park assembly plant in South Australia, Magna spanned three generations before being replaced by the Mitsubishi's last Australian manufactured vehicle, the Mitsubishi 380, twenty years later in September 2005. Although some of Magna's engines were imported, the most common four-cylinder (codenamed 4G54 and marketed as "Astron II") and V6 (codenamed 6G72 and 6G74 and marketed as "Cyclone") engines were also manufactured by MMAL in South Australia, at the Lonsdale plant.
Prior to Magna, Mitsubishi only had a large family car to rival the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore in the form of the six-cylinder Chrysler Valiant, which was inherited upon MMAL's takeover of Chrysler Australia's operations in 1980. Nevertheless, the Valiant was put out of production the following year, making the medium-sized SigmaMMAL's largest offering.
When Sigma's replacement became due, MMAL opined that a car's width was a crucial factor to Australian drivers who have traditionally favoured large cars. As a result, to compete more effectively against the large-sized Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore, former Chrysler engineers now working for MMAL, developed a wider mid-sized car specific for the Australian market. They accomplished this by splicing an extra 6.5 cm (2.6 in) right down the middle of Japan's mid-sized fifth generation Mitsubishi Galant sedan, in so doing creating the unique Mitsubishi Magna range. Given the inherent space efficiency of front-wheel-drive (FWD), this allowed MMAL to offer a passenger cabin that was as spacious, if not more spacious, than that of the rear-wheel-drive (RWD) market-dominant Ford Falcon andHolden Commodore.
Over the years, Magna grew in size and offered V6 power as well as all-wheel-drive (AWD), the latter to compete against the market's perception of better dynamics offered by its RWD rivals. The Magna was the first all-new Australian engineered and made Mitsubishi vehicle, and only one of two vehicles (along with the 380) manufactured in Australia by MMAL up to the full closure of its South Australian-based facilities in 2008.
Sale prices were a key critical factor in Magna's market competitiveness (especially with the first series[1]) since, for less or similar money, MMAL was able to sell a more refined and efficient package relative to its main rivals - the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore - thanks to the adaptation of Japanese platforms to Australian market conditions. This was especially reflected in the merits highlighted under the "Value for Money" category of the Australian Car of the Year titles won by Magna in 1985[2] and 1996.[3] In addition, the success of this formula lead other manufacturers (chiefly Toyota Australia as of its Camry of the mid-1990s) to populate this wide-body category of the Australian market.

Jan 04, 2016 | Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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Magna cart became very hard to open & finally a part broke off & now one wheel no longer locks in place.Is this product fixable ? Is it in warranty ?


that depends on your purchase , did you get a warranty with it how old is it , is it out of warranty or new , tell them it was broke when you bought and just tried it ,and it fell apart if it is new , if you broke it they may not cover it anyhow , and anything can be fixed what did you brake

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Magna great divide


The Magna Great Divide does not have a quick release lever on the rear wheel.

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Can I buy a medical cart with removable wheels?


I think that most of the carts have removable wheels. It really depend on the cart you are looking for and which company manufactures it.
Here's an example of medical carts with what it seems as removable wheels:
http://www.rubbermaidhealthcare.com/products/Pages/Medication-Carts.aspx

Apr 28, 2013 | Medical

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How do i fix the wheel on a john deere p17 utility cart


Purchase a new one. Remove the old one. Install the new one.

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I have a rubbermaid poly farm cart that needs a new wheel. Where can I find one?


Home centers carry wheels for mowers, wagons, and wheelbarrows. Maybe you can find something that will work or adapt. Good luck!

May 17, 2010 | Garden

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Mfc 210c-new brother ink cart-blk Help test/clean instruction ??


Press the "ink" button, you will then see "test print" on the display. Press the top of the joystick like (labeled search/speed dial) wheel until the display changes to "cleaning"; then press Set. Press Set one more time to select the color black. Cleaning should start.

Mar 11, 2009 | Brother MFC 210C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Noises when printing copies


Take the new cart. out and reinstall the old cart. Does the noise disappear? I would tap and shake the toner cart. BUT BE CAREFULL, the cart is ready to spill toner. On the box and in the instructions it tells you, or should, that you must shake and tap the outside of the cart. This is due to settling and the toner maybe packed. By tapping and shaking it will feel the toner. If the toner is packed it will put undue pressure on the augers inside the toner cart. and cause a grinding noise. If after tapping and shaking, reinstall the new cart. and check. If everything is ok -- great. If the noise remains contact the company your purchased the cart. from and ask for a replacement. These cart. are mass produced and mostly reused ( refurbed). Parts wear now and they do not replace the inside parts, they just repack with toner and seal.

Dec 25, 2008 | Sharp AL 1631 Copier

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