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How can i make my period thinner? because every time i have my period one hour it bleeds through the pad and i lose lots of money buying pads, i need to make it thinner without birth control or pills or shots.

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LOOSE weight,,,,,,get a maxi pad.....vitamin D and iron suplements....exercise.......sensible diet.

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I have replaced my brake pads I've bleed my lines several times. The brakes work fine until I hold the brake pedal down, thats when it slowly goes down to the floor in a few seconds and the brak

sounds like the brake master cylinder seals are worn buy a master cylinder kit and get a mechanic to repair it it is a lot cheaper than replacing the whole unit

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High Dollar/High Mileage Brake Pads,Verses OEM,Or Metallic Pads

What is the big talk about high mileage brake pads?Well,they do last a really long time,they actually do,but,yes ,I say but,did you know that the high mileage pad is a lot harder too,and this includes the ceramic pad also,witch is a pad designed to stop,all brake dust,so your rims will stay clean and shiny.This is all good,but two,no,three things are on the down side of the harder brake pad.One,as you drive,the brake pad does not give,any,it just continues to mill away at the brake rotor,there fore,most of the time,when it is time for a new set,witch will be a good long time,the rotors are too far gone to resurface,and must be discarded,and then you have to replace them with new ones,even at a bargain,they,the rotors will cost a lot more than a set of OEM,or semi metallic brake pads.Two,They will not stop as well,it can take as long as twice the time to come to a full stop,when applying the brakes.Three,the premium brake pad can cost as much as 90.00 dollars,compared to as low as 18.00 dollars for a OEM ,or semi metallic brake pad,you could almost buy 5 sets of brake semi metallic for one set of premium brake pads.You choose,how much money do you want to put into your brakes?Face it folks,a little dust can wash off,compared to having to pay out the nose just to not have the brake dust,and putting money into rotors every time you do a brake job. I am going to let you in on a secret here,the manufacture advertises life time warranty for these premium pads,but they do not warranty the rotors,and the labor,and it is hard now,to get them to warranty the brake pad.Weigh the difference,is it worth it.You make the call.

on Jul 15, 2010 | Chevrolet C2500 Cars & Trucks

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Everytime printer is turned on it prints a test page. Any ideas?


This may be long but I think its true Ok please read.
Yes it will do and why.
It cleans the heads every time you switch on and also prints out a test page so you can see it printing ok but you are going to loss lots of ink its made to do this, so it will use your ink up fast this is how they make there money not just by selling printers, it’s the after sales of selling there inks that they make there big money.

In some supermarkets you can even buy a printer for as little as £20 and most of us will think that’s cheap and will buy it, yes there will be ink in it but very little ink and when you go to buy some new ink for it your mouth will drop it will be around £15.99 for the black and £19.99 for the colour then you will think god that is £38.98 and is more than you paid for your printer in the first place, and some inks cost lots even more than that, so then we will say oh well I got to have to buy it or the new printer will not be any use.

They make more money on selling there inks, and inks are not cheap, so in a matter of time we all would have paid lots of money just for the ink.

Also every time it cleans the heads and makes a test print, have you ever thought where the left over ink is going it’s going onto a pad to absolve the waste ink inside your printer.

Think about it, it’s got to go some where and where does the waste ink goes it is screwed down inside your printer and when that ink pad is full the printer is going to gave you an error code number or it will say (waste pad full) and your printer will stop working, and they have not done it in any easy way for us to clean the pads out, the printer got to be opened up all with the screwdriver and also have to take some wires off inside and some printers not even got screws on them so it can not be opened so most of us will just buy a new one again.
I really not know why they not just make a flip lid on the printers so we can open and clean the pads out or replace them, but saying that then of cause they would lose out.
Mind you not all printers are like this but most printers are, and we all like to own a printer.

So next time you going to buy a printer try not to be in a hurry and ask them how much the ink going to cost you when it runs out and ask them if it dos a test print out every time it starts up and ask them about if and when the pads are full of waste ink is there a flip lid on it so you can open so you can clean the pads out or replace them I not think there will be any or any pads you can buy to replace, and I not think that they can gave you that answer there isn’t any they will tell you it will have a instructions book inside that tells you all need to know.

Yes I got a printer and I have learnt my lessons on buying printers so now I do look at them as much as I can before buying and see how much ink will cost me and yes it has a pad inside mine screwed down I have not seen one yet myself with a lid on them I think this is how they all are so we got to put up with it.

What I do I never turn off my printer so it will not do a test print every time it starts up, I always lave it on standby I find its cheaper it lasts longer and if I need to clean the heads from time to time I can clean the heads manually from the tools tab witch is in the driver when I go to print my docs.

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How do you change brakes on a 2003 gmc envoy ? Is there anything special like do the pistons need to rotate to retract? Do you need any special tools? Thanks!

don't need any special tools, standard sockets sets, "C" clams is a must unless your a He-Man and wrench set, plyer or needle nose will do. I assumed being 2003 your rotor never have been turn and i recommend every time you change your bakes is good idea to have your rotor turn. reason is it will make your pad last lot longer, removed any vibration and better even wear on the pad and eliminate any squealing although is not necessary to do so. make sure you get extra break fluid to bleed the brakes. get your self 5 feet long smallest vacum rubber hoses and a glass jar to bleed your brake fluid in. the rubber vacum hose you going to use to fit on to the bleeding nipple and run the other end of line to your the glass jar to save the brake fluid when you bleed the brakes. when removing caliper, check inspect make sure the rubber seals around your piston look good and not crack or deteriorated. before applying new pad make sure you open the bleed valve to reduce the pressure by turning the bleed nipple counter clockwise and leave it open attach that rubber hoses to the nipple because you going to press on the piston back into it housing with the "C" clamp in order for new pad to fit. becareful not to damage the rubber seals around the piston. its going to take lots of effort to push that piston back in so be a bare with it if needs to. once the pad is back in make sure you keep the reservoir full with brake fluid and then bleed the brake. two people is a good idea to do brake. one will do the pumping the brake and holding it down and other will bleed the nipple. I bleed it 2-3 time will do the job. good luck!

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Lost my manual for chef condor integra oven - need to check auto functions and how to set them

For TOuch Control oven:
1. Press Finish Time touch pad ^ touch pad until clock displays the required am or pm finish time.
3. Press Cook Period touch pad.
4. Adjust the cooking time as in step 2, using up and down arrow touch pads. (hours and minutes needed to cook food)
5. Press Automatic touch pad.
Press Fan touch pad to select fan speed. Red indicating light shows normal speed.
7. Turn oven thermostat to desired setting.
8. Press Keep Warm touch pad if keep warm function is required at end of cooking. 9. At end of cooking time a buzzer will sound for 1 minute and the KEEP WARM cycle will now operate until the meal is ready to be served.
10. To cancel the Automatic cycle, press Manual touch pad and turn oven thermostat off.

For Multifunction oven:
1. Set time of day.
2. Turn Function switch to Finish. 0.00 will be displayed.
3. Turn display switch + to give the required am or pm finish time. (an illuminated bar in the bottom left corner indicates when the clock display is pm).
4. Turn Function switch to Cook then turn Display switch to + till desired cooking period is displayed (hours and minutes needed to cook food)
5. Turn Function switch to Auto. The automatic programme is now ready to use.
Turn upper oven thermostat to desired setting.
If keep warm function is required, turn function switch to Cook (optional)

Happy cooking!

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Excess travel on front brakes of a gsxr 750 ws

You need to make sure master cyl clean possibly needs new seals or master cyl,but try this remove pads keep pumping cyl so that pistons come out further place some wood or plastic between disc and pistons thinner than your pads that should stop your pistons coming out and will allow more fluid into the caliper,then press the pistons back to return fluid back up pipe to pressurise valve good luck it may not work first time just keep pumping .

Apr 25, 2009 | 1995 Suzuki GSX-R 750 WS

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OK Jin, 1st I'd like to know if u know what kind of shape the brake pads are in, are they wearing evenly, (inner and outer, and both wheels) are they grinding metal on metal? If everything is wearing evenly, and u haven't gotten to the point of metal pads (brake lining worn off) grinding on the rotors, u can probably get away w/ just changing the pads, although to do a quality job, you should also remove the brake rotors, have them cut (ground down perfectly smooth and flat) by an auto shop (about $18 each in my area), and bleed the brake system to flush out the old fluid so u have new fluid in the system. You also may need calipers if break pads are not wearing evenly. Let me know condition of brake pads and other above questions, and I can give u more info. I'll be on the road tomorrow for 15+ hours tomorrow, so be patient for a reply! countrycurt0

Sep 27, 2008 | 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

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Do i need special tool to change the front break pad?

I'm going to assume you are talking about the front brakes since the brake pad warning light is wired to the front drivers side brake pad. Is this is the case you shouldn't put off changing the brake pads and rotors too long after the warning light comes on because you don't want to damage the caliper and cost yourself more money. Do them atleast within the next 500 miles if not earlier. The front brakes on the Jetta are standard single piston disc brakes. Buy decent new brake pads and you might as well buy new rotors instead of getting the old ones turned down (resurfaced, makes them thinner). You should also buy new brake fluid (good stuff) and flush the lines since VW recommends changing it every two years and it keeps the brake system clean and free of corrosion (saves money in the long term). Then you just jack up the vehicle, pop off the tire, loosen the caliper bolts, pull off the caliper making sure to still support it so the brake line doesn't get damaged (rig something up to hang it off the spring on the strut, i.e. bent metal clothes hanger), remove the one screw that holds on the rotor, pull off the old rotor, and remove old pads. There will be a pad sensor wire on the left front that you need to take off too. At this point you might need to push in the caliper piston in order to get the new pads seated correctly. There is no trick on the front calipers like the rear ones (the rear ones need you to turn the piston while pushing it in and is easiest to do with a special tool). You can use and old c-clamp or borrow a caliper tool fron a local auto parts store for the front. You should mount the new rotor first, then you might want to open the brake fluid reservoir (in the engine bay at the back, i.e. closest to cabin, in front of the driver), push the caliper piston back in, mount the new pads by usually sliding them on (use some brake quiet on the back if they don't have anything on them already), and put the caliper back on. The new pads might have the attachment for the sensor. You need to find out all the tightening values for all the bolts you remove and the best way for this is to buy the Bentley factory repair manual for your car (about $80). This will have the procedure I just outlined. It will also tell you how to change the brake fluid. The website will also have lots of answers for you and probably has pictures on how to do the work. I also recommend or to buy whatever parts you need.

One thing I should mention, the rear brakes in these cars wear out long before the front brakes. If you have never had those serviced you should really look at them too. They may be down to metal on metal if the fronts are worn out.

Sep 09, 2008 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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Honda Odessey 2002 - Rotor brake

Yes, depending on the quality of the rotor, in extreme conditions it can rust out quicker. The brake pad graps the rotor, 'cleaning' it as it stops the vehicle. If the vehicle sits for a long period of time then it is more likely to accumulate rust. If a rotor gets out of balance, (this is what causes your vibration) it needs to be remachined. The rotor can only be machined so many times before it is too thin to use. The rear rotor must be thinner than the front rotor. Since this is a vital part of your brake system, it's money well spent to help insure your safety.

Jun 19, 2008 | 2002 Honda Odyssey

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