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Hinge for what.

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Bemis whisper close toilet seat stopped being quiet, lid slams


This is probably a friction hinge. The slow closing feature is a result of friction within the hinge. So it sounds like the hinge has worn to the point of the friction being reduced. Another possibility is that some kind of lubricating fluid entered the hinge. If so, perhaps it will regain friction with time. Most likely the seat needs to be replaced.

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This hinge has snapped in two Can it possible be welded back together again?


It depends on what material it is made from. The easy answer is yes most materials can be successfully welded but some materials are more problematic than others and need specialist equipment and skills.
If the material is mild steel you will have no trouble getting the welding done once the hinge has been removed from the door and the oven. I think that could be the major problem of the exercise.

A hinge wouldn't break for no reason. I think it would be wise to discover the reason before carrying out a repair. I suggest checking the price and availability of a new replacement hinge from the manufacturer before going ahead. The broken hinge might be a design flaw (whoever heard of a broken oven door hinge?) and a replacement might be a modified part that would resist breaking.

It is possible a new part could be cheaper than having it welded but you won't know until you check.

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Take a good look at the door hinges. Often, there will be replaceable bronze bushing inserts in the hinges, and the hinge pins are also prone to wear, especially if the recommended lubrication is not done.

If the bushings and/or pins are not replaceable and the wear is in the hinges, the hinges willl need to be replaced.

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The oven door doesn't quite close properly. Thought it may have something to do wit the hinges but upon inspection I was unable to unscrew the the hinges to get a good look. Possibly could be the seal. I...


It sounds like the hinges may be going bad on you. You can inspect them if you want to.
  1. First pull out the broiler oven.
  2. Now you can lift up on the oven door and remove it.
  3. The springs in these hinges have a lot of tension in them. Please be very careful when doing testing the hinges.
  4. Now take a pair of pliers and carefully grab the hinge and pull it towards the the oven.
  5. The hinge should be able to set itself up against the frame of the oven itself. If it does not then that hinge will need replaced.
  6. Check the other hinge.
  7. I am willing to bet that at least one of the hinges needs replaced.

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Loose Screen on Dell Inspron 1525


If the hinges are loose, it is not possible to tighten them, the hinges need to be replaced.
For details on replacing hinges, please click on these WEB sites :-
Replacing Display hinges
http://www.laptopparts101.com/display-screen-hinges/
Replacing a hinge, or both of them, isn't very tough.
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My screen won't stay open. i think the hinges are broken


Hi. The hinges are either broken or worn out. It is possible to replace them but it can be difficult to find them. I recommend calling around to a few local repair shops as they may have an old one of your model that they are using for parts. Here is a link that shows you how to replace a hinge http://www.insidemylaptop.com/repair-replace-broken-hinges-hp-pavilion-dv9000-notebook/


Also, here is a link to get actual HP parts http://h20141.www2.hp.com/hpparts/CountryChoice.aspx

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