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Tire air pressure difference P to LT


I would think so. P stands for passenger and LT stands for light truck. The store that sold the tires should be able to get the correct recommended pressure.
You went down from 17 inch to 14 inch rims ??

Jul 11, 2013 | 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD

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I bought a binks bbr with a tip of 97p . don't know what the 97p stands for. wanted to know if you guys knew this answer. I'am thinking it could be the needle size? your answer will be greatly...


The 97P stands for the Air Cap. For the BINKS BBR (or Mach1A) are more than ten different air caps available which differ in air flow capacity and pattern width. The 97P has an air volume of 21 SCFM (@10 PSI) and a pattern width of 16" (if sprayed from 10" distance).

Michael

Jun 14, 2011 | Binks Spray Gun Bbr Auto Hvlp Auto Recirc

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How do we insert the coffee pods


Open the brew mechanism. Opening the brew
mechanism will initiate the heating of the water and the
HEATING light will flash.
2 Place a clean cup on the cup stand, adjusting the height of the
stand up or down so that the rim of the cup is close to the
brew mechanism.
• To adjust the cup stand, insert your finger in the center
of the stand, lift and turn.
• To avoid spilling over, please choose the right sized cup for
the drink you are making.
3 Position your choice of T-DISC on the T-DISC holder, label facing
down. Firmly close the brew mechanism by pressing the clamp
down until it shuts. The HEATING light may flash again as the
machine heats the water to the required temperature for
your drink.
4 When the AUTO light illuminates, press and release the start/stop
button. Brewing will start automatically. There may be a short pause
during brewing; this is normal and is designed to draw out the full flavor
of your drink. The AUTO light flashes throughout the brew cycle. When
the machine has finished brewing, the indicator light will move from
AUTO to MANUAL and then, after a delay of 30 seconds, to HEATING.
5 Open the brew mechanism, remove the T-DISC and discard.
Your drink is now ready to be enjoyed.
You can prepare the next beverage right away by repeating
steps 2 - 5.

Jan 14, 2011 | Braun Tassimo Coffee Maker

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Air is coming out of the nozzle but the paint is not coming out.


There are different filter screen sizes for different thickness of paint. Even with proper screen size one might need to thin paint. I hope this information is helpful. Please give a rating if this was helpful. Good Luck and have a Great Weekend.

Apr 01, 2010 | Binks MACH 1 HVLP Pressure Feed Spray...

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Red descale light is on


I use distilled white vinegar, but you can use specialized coffee cleaners with this model:

Descaling
Descaling 11
Descale your Tassimo machine every three months to keep it
operating at full potential.
1
Descaling products are widely available from stores selling coffeemakers and espresso
machines. Only use a product intended for descaling. Mix the descaling product
directly in the water container, following the instructions provided on the descaling
packaging. Replace the water container on the machine.
2 Place a large cup or mug on the cup stand, insert the cleaning disc, bar code down,
and close the brew mechanism. When the AUTO light illuminates, press and release
the start/stop button. The brew cycle will fill the machine with descaling solution. Empty
the cup and let the machine stand for 15 minutes.
3 Open the brew mechanism and close it again, leaving the cleaning disc in place.
When the AUTO light illuminates, press and release the start/stop button. When the
machine stops running, empty the cup, and let the machine stand for 15 minutes.
Repeat this step two more times for maximum descaling effectiveness. Discard the
remaining descaling agent from the water container, rinse it thoroughly and refill
with fresh, cold water.
4 Open and close the brew mechanism again, leaving the cleaning disc in place.
When the AUTO light illuminates, press and hold the start/stop button to flush water
through the machine. The MANUAL light will flash. When the cup is full, release the
start/stop button, empty the cup, and replace it on the cup stand.
5 Repeat step 4, flushing clean water through the machine in the same manner and
emptying the cup as it fills. To ensure that all the descaling solution is completely rinsed
away, flush two full water containers through the machine before using it again.

Mar 26, 2009 | Braun Tassimo Coffee Maker

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Rinse PSI


I would check the line strainer to see if its clogged,I would also check the booster or filter system if installed.Let me know.

Oct 30, 2008 | Hobart 41 in. AM14-255 Free-standing...

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How can i change language to english


Press menu
press Med cup(arrow down) twice
Press menu
Then use small cup(arrow up) or med cup (arrow down) to scroll through the different languages.
Once you have found english press menu.
Press large cup (escape key)to exit menu.
Done!!

Sep 20, 2008 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Recommended air pressure Ford Explorer


I've had two 4WD explorers over the past 12 years. I've always kept the tires near the maximum inflation of 44 PSI - usually between 40-42 PSI. I know Ford recommends less on the door sticker, but my tires always wore too fast on the edges at the recommended pressures. It makes for a harsher ride, but it has been a good trade off for me. The only thing I know about brand of tires is you should use a quality brand of all-terrain design. I've used Uniroyal, Michelin and now Firestone Destination AT with good results. The way explorers cup tires, I don't worry too much about mileage as you're lucky to get 40K before you can't stand them anyway. Good luck. JW

Jul 03, 2008 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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