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Shells will not cycle - Remington Shotgun Mount 12Ga Lh, B Square 16801, 870, 1100, 1187 12ga In Catagory: Optics, Rings, Bases and Mounting Systems, B Square Rings, Bases and Mounting Systems, B Square Shotgun Saddle Mounts

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Magazine tube follower? Is it contained in the magazine tube?


The magazine tubes that I am familiar with had a sort of tube within a tube. (Old Winchester .22 pump)
To load you would push in, twist, and pull out the Inner tube, slide in a bunch of .22 long rifle shells (pointy end in the same direction as the muzzle), and then push the Inner tube back in place. Ther was an internal spring with a sliding cover that provided the "push" to move the shells into the loading mechanism when the pump was cycled.
If one of these parts has a technical name, Magazine tube follower sounds like it would be appropriate.
Hope this helps.

Dec 05, 2015 | Optics

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Kenmore Elite H3 washer's loud in spin cycle & smells burnt.Debris & plastic in well inside washer.Pushed aside rubber ring & saw lg. gap btwn. metal drum & surrounding plastic.Parts needing replace?


It sounds like the drum has broken from the rear mount. This will chew up the outer shell. This is a very labor extensive job. The parts are expensive also. You will probably need a new outer shell and inner drum.

May 29, 2015 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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When in the spin cycle there is a thumping noise ...it comes from between the drum and the outer shell . I removed the top and rotated the drum by hand..sounds like something is loose between the two...


If, by "outer shell", you mean the case of the machine: The drum is held into place by strong springs (usually three), How is the condition of the springs?
If, by "outer shell", you mean the drain pan, which surrounds the inside shell where your clothes go, then they should never move separately from one another, in fact, if they have not been united by the press, rust often unites them. There might be a foreign objet between them which did not make its way down the drain, but that should not be anything physically heavy. I have never seen any washing machine with functional components in the drain pan whose area is not large.
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Jun 04, 2011 | Washing Machines

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Hello, does the mosberg 1000 super 12 semiauto shotgun shot both 2 3/4 and 3 inch shells ? It show that it is chambered for 3".


A shotgun will shoot anything shorter than the max length specified. The only problem you may have is lightly loaded smaller shells may not cycle your gun. Most 3" magnum semi autos will cycle 2 3/4 inch shells just fine.

Aug 08, 2010 | Mossberg Sport & Outdoor - Others

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I have a Kenmore 90 series washer & it wont drain the or go into the spin cycle.


These are notorious for having lid switch issues. Order a new one and replace it. Removed Control Panel with 2 rear vertical screws, un-snap the 2 rear brass colored clips with screwdriver, disconnect the lid switch connector, and pull up and out on the whole washer shell. Replace the switch from the underside of shell. hope this helps,

Jul 01, 2010 | Washing Machines

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New 870 express is not cycling low base shells properly


When it stove pipes, does the empty get caught by the next live round coming up on the carrier?

Try firing one round in the chamber and none in the mag and pump like normal.

If it fires and ejects the empty with no ammo in the mag the ejection system is probably fine.

If when you shoot with one in the chamber one in the magazine and it stove pipes you may have a timing problem. The cartridge stop is letting the next shell come into position and start coming up on the carrier to early. This may be fixed by moving the ramp on the action bar so as to get ejection farther along before the next shell is released to the carrier.

Caution, if the cartridge stops are ok and the carrier is coming up to early it is another issue altogether and needs to be looked at by a smith.

Sep 18, 2009 | Remington Shotgun Mount 12Ga Lh, B Square...

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Shells pop out of magazine when weapon cycled to load.


HI. THERES NOTHING NICE ABOUT A GUN NOT WORKING RIGHT.IF I KNEW WHAT KIND OF GUN YOU HAVE AND MODEL, I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU. HERES MY EMAIL ADDRESS IF YOU WANT ME TO TRY TO HELP YOU (jim_jim2007@hotmail.com) HOPE TO HERE FROM YOU, YOU GOT ME THINKING. JIMBO

Aug 12, 2009 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Spring not hooked on to fram


is this the spring in the back if so look in the very back center bottom and you will see where the hole use to be but it probably rusted out just take like 1/4" drill bit and make another hole Please rate my solution

Jan 05, 2009 | Washing Machines

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