Handle came loose on my craftsman torque wrench. What is the proper way to replace it? I noticed that the nut on the inside came loose. If I re-tighten the nut will it effect the torque calibration? I
Handle came loose on my craftsman torque wrench. What is the proper way to replace it? I noticed that the nut on the inside came loose. If I re-tighten the nut will it effect the torque calibration? I don't know why but I've only used it twice. I'm thinking someone has turned the adjustment handle until it came loos or the factory failed to tighten properly....
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I had this problem with mine as well. Most are threaded into the case and don't have nuts inside. I took each bolt out one at a time and cleaned and coated with Blue lock tight and torque back in to factory spec. Just get them snug don't over tighten. Do one at a time so it doesn't come apart. I would have tool recalibrated or at least check it behind a known good torque wrench
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I don't know if you have to remove the belt to change the hoses, but I would think the pump would have to be removed to get to the hoses. If that is true then the belt would come off. And yes the water pump could be running backwards. It should be a simple task to check the routing of the belt. You should have a sticker on the engine or the hood showing the correct routing. If not, you can find a diagram online or ask for one here.
Have you checked to see if the linkage is adjusted correctly? If the linkage is okay, I'm hoping it's gunk stuck inside the valve body or other component.
My old fix,tried and true, is to add one and a half cans of `Sea-Foam' TRANSMISSION TREATMENT to a large transmission(10 qt. capacity or more).
By following the directions on the can and running the ****** thru its paces, it might start working for you. don-ohio
Possibly a loose connection, or bad solder connection. unplug it from power.
If you think you are up to it geta soldering iron and some solder, and a screwdriver, and take the amp part out. be careful of the speaker wires. put some tape on each one and label them so you know where to put them back. after you got it out you might have to take some more screws out to get the board off of the chasis, so you can see under it. this is where all the components are soldered to the board. maybe use a magnifying glass. touch up anything that looks questionable.
do all over. you don't need to know what everything does if you just go all over. careful not to cause any shorts. you might see something that obviously needs to be fixed. you have found a problem. you can't fix something if you don't find a problem. do all over anyway if you think you still have to.
Put it back well enough to test it. then put it all the way back together, or continue to look for a problem, or take it to someone, like me!
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14. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 15. Press 994 16. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 17. Press 00095 18. Press 3 ( this sets it to key 3 - it flashes twice )
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The remote is now programmed and ready to use, to make the BDV-E370 region free:
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I've long ago lost the manual that came with my grinder (I actually don't remember if it even had one), but I don't think it listed grinding times. You just grind a few seconds and check, then grind a little more if it's still too coarse. Unlike a burr grinder which is adjustable, in a blade grinder the same grind time may result in different consistencies as you change beans. By now I've just learned how long to hold the button for the different beans I buy, and the first few times I try a new blend or varietal I have to adjust the time. I think you'll just need to experiment and then you'll know what works best for your tastes.
Since your bike is under warranty, I'd take it back to the dealer and tell the service manager about the problems. When you go to pick the bike back up, make sure you test ride then and bring any concerns to the attention of the service manager immediately.
Now, if you want to adjust your own clutch (and now is a good time to learn) follow the clutch cable until you find the clutch cable adjuster. Slide the protector boot up or down to gain access to the adjuster. Loosen the lock nut and turn the adjuster barrel inward and get as much slack as you can in the cable.
Then, remove the derby cover at the primary to access the clutch assembly. Loosen the lock nut on the adjuster screw in the center of the clutch. Turn the adjuster inwards until you feel a resistance. DO NOT FORCE THE SCREW OR YOU'LL DAMAGE YOUR INNER CLUTCH HUB. Turn the screw inwards and then back it out and go back in again until you get the feel of what you're doing. When you feel the resistance, stop and back the screw out one half (1/2) turn. Lock the lock nut down and replace the derby cover.
Go back to the cable adjuster and turn the adjuster barrel outwards until you have about 1/8 inch offreeplay. Lock the lock nut and replace the protective cover.
From reading your post, it's evident that you don't have much faith in your dealership. There are LOTS of riders that feel the same way about their local dealer. With this in mind, I'd advise that you purchase a service manual and learn as much about your bike as possible. A service manual for an Ultra would probably be best in your case.
I am an old school biker and mechanic and I don't work on Twin Cam powered bikes. I try to help when I can though. The computer controlled bikes require special knowledge about how the computers work and since I've got all I can do working on Panheads, Shovelheads, and Evolution powered bikes, I leave the computer bikes to the dealers. I work on the bikes that the dealers will not work on. If you owned a Shovelhead, the dealer will not work on it. That's where I come in. I've got a "niche market" and I stay busy. As for the Trike part of your bike, I don't mess with those either. Sorry I can't help you with that. You'll have to locate the squeak and determine what to do on your own on that one.
I've had this issue before, but only one time and never since. I exited the programme and re-started it and the problem was solved. However, other people have reported it on this forum before and I don't know if they found a solution to this issue. Evidently you've struggled more than I did. Maybe it's a glitch in the software, or there could be something that interferes with the software.
I recommend you contact the technical support team for this software. They should be able to help. I've done this before and was helped out. You first have to register in order to get help, but it is all free and I think really worth the trouble. You can communicate via email, or they could phone you. At first I thought, no, I don't want to go to that kind of lengths, but in the end I'm glad I decided to contact them. The people you need to get in contact with are at Individual Software's website. I think it's individualsoftware.com, but you can Google it to find it fast.