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How do I correct paper feed problems?


Clean the foam/rubber paper rollers inside the printer. Use isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol) available from the pharmacy section of your grocery store or at the pharmacy.

If the paper is still not grabbing the rollers, clean with a very small amount of turpentine / paint thinner. This will swell the rubber and make them a bit more tacky and grab the paper better.

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2007 Murano tailgate black rubber release button is tacky. I get black rubber all over my hand when I touch it. What is the part number for this?


Sorry, no solution, but the same problem. I am wondering if the switch cover has fallen away? Are there any solutions out there?

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My water bed is leaking, how can I stop the leak?


Firstly you must drain the water out, attach a garden hoseto the outlet and allow it to drain into the bathtub (you do not need to let itdrain all the way, just enough to allow you to lift the mattress) Second applypressure to the mattress to locate the source of the leak, when you have foundthe hole ***** how big it is, if it is of pinhole dry it and apply rubbersealant or rubber cement over it. Allow 30 mins or so to dry and you should beable to refill the mattress. If the hole is much bigger you should cut a patchfrom a bicycle inner tube that covers the hole. Make sure you overlap by atleast a quarter of an inch all the way around. Brush on a coat of rubber cementdirectly on the mattress. Brush a coat on the patch. Let dry until tacky and putthe patch over the hole. If you want, you can put alight coat of rubber cement over the entire repair.

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The rubber coating is tacky to the touch, and the O-ring in the eye piece has rolled out. This is on a BSA Contender 6x24x50.


Unfortunately this sounds like the scope coating was exposed to some petroleum based product.


Hand or Suntan lotions, bug repellants or certain types of cleaning solutions.. even the vapors from them can cause rubber to destabilize.


There isn

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I broke my rubber door seal loose on the passenger side in the icey weather today. what/how is the cheapest way to repair it? i am not using the remote, because that quit working a month ago after it ran...


Go to you local autoparts retailer you will need little tree clips that go into holes in the rubber seal and in turn push into holes in the door and you will need a tube of weather sealant glue.... Clean the rubber seal on the door and pull out the old tree clips ( tilt them on about a 45 degree angle to get them out don't tear the rubber) next put in the new tree clips you have bought following the same instructions on how you removed the old ones. Finally put sealant glue on the rubber where it contacts the door ( all the way around) and also on the door frame itself where the rubber will contact allow the glue to get tacky on door and rubber (Approx 10 mins) start at one end pushing the rubber back onto the door and inserting the tree clips as you go along when you get to the end viola your done! hope this helps

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Rubber coating has become sticky


try keeping it in a cooler place and the rubber should harden
however I would first check the box to see if it is supposed to be tacky which means it is supposed to be that way

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Sony carousel CD player skipping. The problem appears to be a problem with the mechanism that grasps the CDs. The mechanism grabs the CD but does not hold it tight enough to spin properly (it slips). There...


Does the CD tray mechanism have a small rubber belt which is driven by a motor?

If so, the belt might be loose so there is not enough pull for the mechanism to tighten the CD properly in place and it won't spin normally.

I've recently had a similar problem with an Aiwa CD player (these are very similar to Sony CD players, actually, they seem pretty much the same).

Anyhow, changing the drive belt on the CD tray mechanism might solve your problem (it did solve the problem i had).

Good luck

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Leather recliner near the unit has become "tacky".


Unfortunately this site has cut off your description of what has happened to your leather recliner, but here's my best guess...  If the handles of the weight equipment are made of rubber, then almost certainly what you are experiencing is oxidative deterioration caused by the ozone that your "purifier" emits.
It may give a fresh smell to the air, but ozone is an environmental pollutant, causes degradation of organic matter such as leather and rubber (which is how it eliminates nasty smells) and is toxic to animals (including people), often causing respiratory problems.
Writing as a qualified chemist and biologist, I would not want to be in the same room as an ozone generator, and preferably not even in the same house. My advice to you: turn the "purifier" off - permanently!  It will be better for both you and your possessions.

Mar 05, 2009 | Ecoquest Breeze AT Living Air Purifier

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Paper won't feed


There are a hundred reasons why this could happen and without the make, model, or even the type of printer listed it is hard to offer advice. But, in most cases printers stop feeding paper when the rollers become worn, dirty, and slick. I would recommend before you do any type of major printer reconstruction that you try getting a $4 bottle of rubber renew and applying it thinly to the rubber rollers using a cotton swab. This will eat away at the surface of the rubber so use it sparingly but in the process will also make the rubber tacky again.

Dec 09, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Paper intake problems


Once upon a time . . .
This problem was quite common and HP even designed a fixture (mine is history, along with printer repair in general) that was placed in the paper intake and simple software caused the printer to grind away for several minutes slightly removing the dried surface rubber.
The rubber compound doesn't really like alcohol (it tends to work briefly then get even worse) or most other solvents.
If you have a copier repair shop nearby, you might try begging a little rubber restorer from them since this problem is common to some copiers too.
The treatment will remove some rubber but leaves a tacky residue that is pretty durable.

When the printhead drive belt fails, replace the printer as the belts run close to $60 US from an aftermarket supplier; HP discontinued them about a decade ago.

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