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Fungus build up in the washer body.

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Clean the strainer, located between the drum and the pump, and run an empty load with bleach on the sanitary cycle. Usually, to access the strainer, the kick panel has to be removed.
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Fungus on Rokinon 500mm mirror lens


Do you have a lens collimator and other equipment necessary to ensure proper alignment when reassembling the lens? If not, take it to a good camera shop and have a properly trained and equipped professional do the job.

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How to avoid fungus on Digital Camera Lens?


The dreaded fungus is something that bothers every photographer. I have suffered from it before, and every coming rain gives me constant worries of possibilities of fungus growing somewhere inside my lenses. I am more vulnerable to fungus than most people because I don't think much about taking out the camera to get some good shots even if it has been raining a bit, and have often got plenty of rain drops on the camera and the lens therefore.

Where does fungus comefrom?
  • Fungus spores are everywhere and germinate under suitable environmental conditions:
  • Relative humidity of at least 70% (more than 3 days)
  • No or little airflow
  • Darkness
  • Nutrients (textile lint, traces of grease, varnish, dust and dirt)
  • Temperatures between 10 and 35°C
How can fungus be avoided?
  1. Silica Gel. This seems to be the easiest and common way to avoid fungus, but I haven't had much success with it either.
  2. . Store the lenses in an airtight container. Again, you may need to put a few Silica Gels in the container. Putting too many of Silica Gel is known to dry out the lubricants in the lens, so you need to use your discretion with quantity of the Silica Gel.
  3. . A popular idea is to install a low wattage tungsten bulb in the closet where you keep the lens. This will keep the place warm and dry, preventing the fungus. This is known to work.
  4. . Store the lens in transparent container. Fungus is known to fear light and love darkness. Also make sure that the lenses are not stored in leather bags, as leather can easily attract fungus.
  5. And finally, of course, the best way to prevent fungus is to get out and shoot more often.
  6. After the work is done, immediately clean the instruments. If possible, you can use a fan or blower to facilitate evaporation of surface moisture.




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Clean inside lens fungus


If you realy have fungus in your zoom lens, you can't do anything. If it does not show on the pictures, just keep the lens dry. (use silica gel) If you want it it be repaired, it will cost more than an new lens.

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How to eliminate Slime build up in condensate catch pan of a/c unit


was trying post solution hit wrong button. In short anything restricting airflow causes fungus to grow in unit.

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Water not flowing good out of door water line is not kinked


might have mold/fungus build up in the line somewhere.

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Water pools under the crisper drawers and looks as if it is draining from the upper freezer down the side of the refrig door, looks like the little hole under the crisper is clogged with rust?? It is a old...


Mine clogs with a soft fungus mat but rust actually sounds better. I run a stiff wire like an unwound hanger into the hole and open it up so the water will drain onto the tray made to collect this water underneath the fridge. Last time I left the wire in place with a long handle and I haven't had water to mess with for many months now. My hole is between the two crisper drawers and when I get into either of them the wire gets a jiggle and I guess that's all it takes to keep the hole clear so the water can drain like it's supposed to.

Otherwise the fungus builds and builds until it sluffs off as a wad and plugs up the works on a regular basis. Too funky for sure.

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Defective part


To better address the problem with your nonstick pot... I need more information on the steps you have used to clean the pot and the extent of damage to the pot itself.

You indicated that the damage has occured between the pot and the inner surface of the cooker base? Is this a corrosive damage or a build up of material on the inner liner of the base?

Often times a build up of 'hard water' minerals accumulates on the inner surface due to condensation and occasional overflows from the foods being cooked. They can appear to be a type of fungus or mold.

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Fungus on inside of window of Canon XL-1 Body


No, don't try that or do that.

Will get color and focus shifts.

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