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The stopper on my rain train causes it to stop after a few minutes

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The smoke unit stopped working. been run only 5 minutes


??? not sure why a evolution would have a smoke unit in it , but anyways its possible that trains were shipped with only a small amount of smoke fluid in them (makes shipping less messy) a bottle of smoke fluid and a few drops of this wonderful stuff is all you should need to get your engine smoking again

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Hyundai Sante Fe makes a screeching noise when I run the fan for heat or air conditioning. Really bad in the rain and is very lould. What is it? I've had the belts checked


Wow, I thought I was the only one to have this issue. I've even taken it to a shop and they claim they have no idea what is causing this. I always have to turn the fan off to make the noise go away. After a few minutes I can put the heat or air conditioning back on and the noise is no longer there. There are days when I have to do this every few minutes, especially in the rain.

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Pendulum in beat but stops running after a few


CLOCK OILING TIPS * NOTE: Many Master Clock Smiths and Hobbyists used many different oils and as many different techniques.
* It is only good sense to use only the best in quality when selecting clock oils and grease. A number of fine oils are made especially for clocks. The oil used should stay in place and not evaporate easily and have no tendency to gum or get sticky as it ages. Most clock oils meet these standards. [CAUTION: Never consider using non-clock lubricants, as they tend to not really work well in clocks. Some are too light and cause unnecessary bushings wear, while others are too thick or can evaporate, over time will gum up and stop the clock prematurely.]

Oiling Procedures
-Main-springs are oiled after cleaning and before they are recoiled.
-Teeth and pinions are never oiled.
-Normally, the dial train of gears, hour wheel, minute wheel and minute wheel post are not oiled. However, oil is used between the center shaft and cannon pinion where slip friction is present in setting the hands.
-All points of friction such as train wheel pivots to bushings are oiled. Verge faces are oiled directly.
-Oil is always used sparingly and should never run all over the plates.

Hope this tip helps.

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http://antiqueclock.clockstop.com/oil.htm

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Removing the dash was way overkill for that problem. its a 5 minute or less job to fix that. Ck the stopper for the brake switch or adjustment.

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Choking in the morning and after rain, but it is gone after driving for 10 minutes


Pour a little water around the base of the coil while running and if engine stops running thats the problem.Coils tend to get small cracks that moisture gets into.Caused by engine heat and its own high operating temp.

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