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Northern Tool + EquipmentThe ETQ air-cooled gasoline generators are widely used when electrical power is scarce. Our generators provide a portable mobile solution in supplying power for field ... 5.5 Hours. Fuel Type. Premix 50 cups of Gasoline to one cup of 2 stroke oil ......Leaking carburetor, clogged fuel pipes, sticking valves, or other damage, ...
do you have an automatic oiler, or do you need to premix your fuel? if it is an automatic oiler, and I assume it is since that is the only oil involved in any trimmer I have ever owned, then I would say you have lost your supply line for the two stroke mix, this can be easly solved in a couple of ways, empty out the reservoir, and start to premix your fuel 40:1 would be fine, or you can fined the oil line and reatach it,
There are a couple of ways to approach this. One is to remove the spark plug and turn the engine over several times to purge the air out of the lines. Some people opt to use a little premix, where you mix about a 20 to 1 ratio of two stroke oil and gas. You only need a little, like 8 ounces max, to place in the empty gas tank. You fire the engine up and run it a few minutes on the premix, and then top off the fuel tank with fresh fuel. The premix protects the engine while the oil line purges of air.
I was a painting contractor for last 10 years of my work career.
If you are using HVLC cup gun, you will have to select correct tip, You will need to thin the latex 50-50 with water, and keep paint strained to keep out all clogging. If the tip is not reversible, then expect disassemble each time clog happens. And you will be continually re-filling the cup. And then if the surface is rough, the spray won't flow into the holes. You have a mess coming your way.
Painting a fence: A roller is the only way to paint/stain rough surface. Buy big hairy 1" roller cover from Sherwin Williams. Don't get the cheapo 1/4" thick roller cover because it doesn't hold any paint. The big roller holds a big volume of paint.
Now if fence is rough, like cedar, you need to thin the stain. About 1.5 gallon water per 5 of stain ... and suddenly you have 6-1/2 gallons of stain which means you bought too many gallons of stain. So don't overbuy the stain. And pick up 2 plastic bucket for mixing. Empty gallon of stain into mixing bucket > put water into empty gallon > put lid on gallon and shake up > pour water into mixing bucket with stain > to mix: pour mixing bucket of stain back and forth between other mixing bucket until stain is mixed. Do this work on the grass where it won't run out onto concrete surface.
Put roller and frame on a wood pole that you took off the push broom. Now roll that stain onto every surface the roller can touch. Think of it like picking up quarters. If it was money, could you get the roller on that spot >> the answer is yes. Don't try to smooth it out and make pretty. Throw the stain on any way the roller can turn. Customers used to call that 'slapping it on' and I used to say, 'that's how it works, lady.'
Use a piece of masonite at the bottom. If you get stain on anything, wash it off immediately and use a wire brush on concrete surface or towel on smooth surface.
Wait for a day, because stain looks 100% better next day. And then go back with a brush and hit the spots you couldn't get with the roller. It will be faster and cheaper and fewer headaches than trying to spray latex stain with a HVLP cup gun.
To clean the roller: Leave it on the roller frame and wood stick. Turn on water hose and get the roller spinning until it's clean. Do this away from everything you don't want stain on.
At the radiator, drain and then flush with water then add 1 gallon of new antifreeze and top off with cool water. Now the cooling system will work.
If you have not performed routine maintenance on your cooling system - it will clog the heater in 10 years or less. Sometimes a bottle of radiator flush (purchased at any walmart or kmart) can clear the heater core - but you will have to run it with the heater on full heat setting for a few hours of driving.
Always fill you radiator & resevoir with a 50/50 mix of coolant / water. Your vehicle should have dexcool which is a red/orange colored coolant. You can buy a universal equivalent which is premixed and is yellow (not green). It is safe to add universal coolant but not green antifreeze. Premixed (it will say on jug) would be your safe bet. Fill the radiator, add to overflow tank to full cold line, run vehicle until fully warmed up. Let cool back down & then recheck. Don't forget to check for leaks....it is not normal to have your coolant get that low. You likely are leaking coolant.
If this helps please rate me! You can do it. Brett
I've never done that myself but I have seen it done at a school function when my children were younger. If you make sure to rinse the valve thoroughly after you empty the urn, what problems could it cause?
Don't bother emptying it. It just clogs, brush won't turn, won't even vacuum up a staple on low pile - office-type carpet. The filters clog, the cup clogs, and frankly, your time is worth more than the $50-75 to replace this vacuum.