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I run a part-time hot dog stand in Nashville, TN. I've bought parts from Fine Entertaining . I'm better sure they sell popcorn popper. Paragon Popcorn Popper Thrifty Pop - the manual is under the resource section.
On most watches, you can only get replacement bands that fit the style of watch through the original vendor. You will have to contact Puma and be ready with the case #s on the back of the watch. Good luck.
You have this listed under 2001 Ford Focus, but say it's a Puma and also reference the #2 piston. Based on that, I'm going to assume you mean an Arctic Cat Puma snowmobile. If so, Pop the head off (4 nuts) and if it's the gasket, you'll see where it's blown out. Get a new gasket, pop the head back on and tighten it back up. If it's the piston or rings, you'll be able to tell when you pull the head. If the piston has a hole or melted down from a lean condition, you'll see it. If the rings are shot, you may see some scoring on the cylinder wall. You might also be able to tell by the spark plug. Pull it and check for a silvery residue. If the piston burned, it will sometimes leave a silver (aluminum) film on the plug. A whiteish plug means lean which could cause the head gasket or piston problem as well. A dark (brownish, blackish) plug means it was running rich and your piston "should" be ok. Again, best bet would be to pull the head and check everything out.
30Amp breaker is the Main Circuit Breaker. The blk wire goes from the copper stud on it to the starter. The TN goes from it and splits, one tail goes to post A on the ignition switch and the other to the starter relay. Another BK wire goes from the same post as the TN wire and it goes to the regulator.
i belive that the syncrohnizers are going out of your transmission you could have it rebuilt. or you can keep driving it the way it is but it will keep getting harder and harder to shift
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There are 2 things that can go wrong one cheap and the other around $100-200. The first problem could be the fuel filter if it is getting plugged up it wont allow the fuel to flow through to your engine sufficiently, but at faster speed it will still allow the fuel to flow enough. The other problem could be the fuel pump, this is the more expenive route. This will have the same effect on a car as the fuel filter. If I were you I would try replacing the fuel filter first to see if that made a change, this should only cost you around $5-20.