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Who founded Google?


Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google. If you want to learn about the entire history of Google you can visit their "History in depth" page.

https://www.google.com/about/company/history/

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Coating on maytag ice maker mold peeling & flaking


In this case you have to replace the entire ice maker since the mold section is not sold separately. If you shop carefully you can get the entire shebang for about 40 bucks on ebay.

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How to delete messages


Delete your entire Conversation History
  1. In the Messenger contact list, click Messenger ' Preferences.
  2. Click Conversation History.
  3. Click the View Conversation History button.
  4. From the "Conversation History" window, choose the type of conversation history you would like to delete from the View All drop down.
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  6. At the top of the "Conversation History" window, click Actions ' Delete.
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How do I clear cookies on Firefox


Firefox
  1. From the History menu, select Clear Recent History. ...
  2. From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.
  3. Next to "Details", click the down arrow to choose which elements of the history to clear; to clear your entire cache, select all items.
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https://kb.iu.edu/d/ahic

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Black flakes


Chances are what you are seeing is not mold, but deteriorated insulation from the inside of the unit being ejected out the air discharge.

You may need to partiallly disassemble the front of the unit and find the area where the insulation may be damaged. If it's badly deteriorated, it may need to be replaced. In some units, the insulation is glued. In others, it's clipped in.

If it's just bruised, then a small piece of metal screening (1/8" or 1/4" hardware cloth) can be placed and secured over the damaged area to prevent subsequent damage and the black flecks you are witnessing.

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I recently upgraded to IE8, and now it wipes my entire browsing history automatically. I can't find where the settings would do that. It keeps the history as long as the window is still open. After you...


Click tools,Internet options,Advance tab and scroll down to the security area and uncheck the box next to Empty temperary internet files when browser is closed. Click apply and close


Please rate this a fixya

May 09, 2009 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Where can my husband buy refrigerant?


Is your husband a licensed contractor? If not alot of the hvac supplies stores will not sell to the general public. Hope this answers your question.

Feb 11, 2009 | Whirlwind FH-778 Air Conditioner

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Burnt hole in metal plate inside microwave oven


Ok stop useing oven and unplug! THIS CAN BE FIXED!!! Go to a home improvment store and buy a small bottle of white liquid enamal....Clean up the area that is missing and flakeing and then apply the enamel over the hole and let dry overnight! now that the exposed metal is covered back up it is safe to use and will not spark or cause any more soot!
PLEASE rate my response to your question!
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Access history log of all calls


click the green button after u see that click the right arrow ;yar

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Specific PDF Document/Specific Print Area Black Toner Not Fusing And Flakes Off


Without a doubt you have a problem with the fuser.
What that is caused from is buildup over time of ink on the heat roller. The teflon coating wears some and the ink sticks to the aluminum instead of pealing off onto the paper.
You then do not get enough heat or perssure to "fuse" the image into the paper.
Replacine the fuser will correct the problem.

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