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Jessie doll string in the pulled position


Sometimes you can get the string cord to release and retract back. Hold the doll firmly and gently pull the string out about an extra two or three millimetres (eighth of an inch) or as much as possible. Keep the string tight for a short while and then allow it to retract slowly. It may take a few attempts, the skill is in pulling the string that little extra distance, holding it for a few moments, then slowly releasing it again.

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How to string an electric guitar


I'm writing this tutorial to help new guitarists string their electric guitars.<br /><br />The first step is to purchase some strings from your nearest music store, depending on the type of music you want to play the string gage will be different. If you want to play heavier music such as metal then I suggest using a heavier gage of string. If you want to play calmer music such as indie, or maybe soft rock I suggest a lighter gage.<br /><br />Next make sure and remove <span style="font-weight: bold;">ALL</span> existing strings. The best way to take off the old strings is to simply loosen them up then cut them right in the middle with wire cutters. Then just pull the left end through the tuning knobs, and the right end through the back of the guitar (Note where the strings come out of the back).<br /><br />After you have removed all the strings its time to put on the new ones. Start with the string closest to the top of the guitar. On your string package you can reference by color which string is which. Find your string then run the sharp end through the back of the guitar in the hole relative to the string you are putting in (These holes in the back are the same holes the old strings came out of). Run the string all the way through so that it is pulled tightly into the back. Now place the sharp end of the string through its relative tuning knob at the top of the guitar. You should pull enough through so that when you pull the string up off the neck there is a gap of about one foot. Now turn the tuning knob clockwise until the string is relatively tight against the neck and it has wrapped around the knob 3-5 times. Now cut the excess string that is coming out of the tuning knob but leave about 1 inch in case you want to lower the tuning. <br /><br />Do the same thing for all your strings, then tune them with either a digital tuner or by ear if you can. You can purchase a cheap digital tuner for around $20 at your nearest music store.<br /><br />Enjoy!!

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Pull string


you might have you coil set to close to the flywheel and the coil is not letting the flywheel spin like it is suposto sotheir for you string id to tin\ght when you hace the hood on so reagap the coil and sett it a little farther back from the flywheel by not to far back

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My 4-cycle troy-bilt string trimmer: string is locked up. I can not pull the string


Your String needs to be re-wound. You are almost out of string or your string has Jammed under the Motor and placing a DRAG on the Trimmer

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My pull string wont move on my ryobi x430


Mine seized up and the string wouldn't pull because my girlfriend used it a few times without making sure that the oil was full. I filled the oil well with Marvel Mystery Oil and was able to slowly get the string to move. Eventually the motor became lubricated enough to pull the string with regularity and now the weedeater works perfectly.

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I CAN'T FEED THE ATENNA CABLE THROUGH THE CHANNEL. IS THERE A TRICK TO THIS?


if you haven't already pulled the old cable out you can tie a piece of string or small wire to the end of the old cable before you pull it through (make sure the string is plenty long). then as you pull the old cable out it will pull the string through the channel. when you see the string untie it from the old cable and on to the new cable then pull it back through the other way.

Jan 04, 2011 | Honda Civic Cars & Trucks

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Echo trimmer srm-230 pull string to start trimmer is stuck. I try pulling on it and it only comes out about an inch.


The pull string is probably tangled up. There are usually vents which enable you to see into the machines pull string assembly. Loosen the fasteners and pull off the cover exposing the pull string. You can unwind and untangle and then it should recoil perfectly. If that does not work continue to dismantle the pull string assembly because you probably have a broken starter pawl which is located on the back of the pull string assembly.

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Replace pull string (how to put string on after taking cover off)


Basically, pull the string through the winding hole and knot it off insuring no more than .25" tail on the knot and pull tight. :)

Jul 22, 2010 | Poulan/Weed Eater No. Te475 952711797 17"...

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I just got this guitar. I pull the tuner control, strum the string and after the guitar tune itself, the G string still out of tune??


Are you sure you are struming the G string at the right point? One might be able to fool the tuner by triggering a harmonic on the strings or being too aggressive in the strum.

I would pull the peg and see if the string CAN be tuned manually. It is possible the G string is bad or somebody put the wrong string on there.

Remember that strings can be within about 10% of the breaking tension when in tune.

Also it appears that the thing can detune itself to nearby keys. Make sure you have the dial set correct when you pull it out to tune.

Feb 05, 2010 | Gibson Robot SG Special LTD Ebony

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