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I require a 3/4" drive by 2 1/2" , 6-point socket

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Panasonic sa pt860

Check your USB memory to make sure that it comply with the points below:
1) USB standard USB 2.0 full speed
2) Media file format support MP3 (.mp3) WMA (.wma) JPEG (.jpg) (.jpeg) MPEG4 (.asf)
3) USB device file system FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
4) USB Port power Max. 500 mA

As you can see
1) You should format your USB in windows format (FAT system)
2) The files on your USB should be those mentioned above on point 2.
3) 2.5" hard drives most likely do not work without an external power supply.

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Special tools needed to replace a 2008 Honda Civic EX starter in addition to sockets, ratchet, screw driver? EX: swivel ratchet etc...

pull the neg. battery lug first.
the Plus battery lug rules are
last off , first on, or boom. acid burns. or worse. (seen many times)
you can look at it, its obvious on any car what you need.
or if really tool-less?
Read the FSM for every single step.
in my shop , i have 2 sets of metric spanners.
and 3/8 and 1./2" drive socket sets and one in deep wall.
so can do all jobs.
i cant imagine, just buying 1 socket and 1 wrench from Sears to do it. not at all, buy a set. and next time be ready.
when young, id be working to 2am fixing a car, no stores open ,with 1 DD , daily driver.
and point, 2, what if you have big arms and can grab it good.
you remove other parts to access it., and guess what, more tools,

for most cars its 2 wire lugs (nuts) spanner
and 2 wrenches on the flange nuts. 1 wrench and 1 1/2 drive.

Sep 28, 2013 | 2008 Honda Civic

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How to change out a starter

Dis connect the battery, Locate it on the transmission, then dis connect the cables going to it, then loosen and take out the bolts holding it up. Piece of cake

Nov 23, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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How do you change the starter

you will need some tools, 1\2" socket 6 point, NOT 12 point, with a 3" and 6" extension,and maybe a 1\2"deep well socket,and swivel,perferably 3\8 drive wratchet,a 9\16" socket for the battery cable at the starter but it could be 5\8" socket on some starters,,and depends on if the starter brace that hooks to the starter then to the engine is hooked up you will need a 3\8 dont have to unhook the battery to do this,Fords use a solenoid on the fender that sends power to the starter.there will be i think 3 bolts that holds the starter on,so take them out,then unhook the brace to the engine,be careful the starter doesnt fall in your face,then unhook the big cable to get it out of your way,pull the starter down....reverse the process for installation....the exhaust cross over pipe and\or exhaust manifold may get in the way

May 10, 2009 | 1989 Ford F 150

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Get to the back plugs

Changing the rear plugs on 3.0, 3.3, and 3.8 liters requires that the front end be up on car ramps and rear tires chocked, several gallons of patience and long arms.
The 2 plugs closest to the drivers side require a 5/8" sparkplug socket with 3/8" drive (with needlenose pliers remove the rubber grommet from inside of socket), a 3" extension 3/8" drive and a 3/8" ratchet.
The plug on the passenger side requires the same 5/8" sparkplug socket, to which you will connect a 1-1/2" extension 3/8" (hard to find but available), connected to a 3/8" universal joint, then all pieces wrapped with electrical tape so you don't lose any pieces and for rigidity) and of course a 3/8" ratchet. All this will allow you to just sneak in past the power steering bracket to get to the plug.

NOTE: If the spark plug will not break loose...Stop. Get some penetrant on those plugs and let work for a bit (hour) then try again.
NOTE: Carefull not to angle the socket on sparkplug when tightening lest you crack the porcelin top off.

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During spin mode, I get Dc error in my maytag washer. Please let me know how to fix this.

Hello simhanjv,

If your machine is a FAV6800AW or FAV9800AW you may be experiencing a clutch malfunction. If you call in a service repair company the cost will be in the $300 + range. Do the work yourself and if just clutch maintenance is required your looking at $10 - $15 for a can of WD-40 and a some bearing grease. Worse case if you have to replace the clutch $55 range.

Access and remove the Clutch for maintenance
Disconnect 120VAC power cord.
The Service Manual and Sears Parts Direct for reference.
Raise the top of the machine. Insert a flat blade putty knife approximately 2.5” from the left and right sides of the washer top, depress the spring tabs securing machine top to the washer base. See page 33 of the SM for putty knife insertion point.
Remove the front panel see page 41.
Tools required;
3/8 inch socket and socket wrench to remove clutch pulley bolt. Page 47 of the SM
1/2 inch socket or wrench to loosen Drive Motor tension bolt.
5/16 nut driver or 5/16 ¼ socket on an extension to remove front panel see page 41 of the SM.
1. Lean the washer back and blocked in that position for a better reach angle. Rotate 3/8” clutch Pulley Bolt CW to remove clutch bolt.
2. Follow SM page 46 & 47 to remove clutch pulley.
3. Remove 4 screws holding plastic cover on clutch, inspect clutch spring to make sure it is not broken. Inspect roller bearings clean up with WD-40 and re-lube with bearing grease.
4. Replace white bearing plate into clutch pulley hub, insure key slot slips into clutch Spring pin in clutch hub.
5. Replace Clutch plastic cover with 4 screws.
6. Reseat clutch on spinner shaft and rock back and forth while lifting clutch with upward pressure to reseat clutch. When seated properly you will feel a 1/16-1/8" gap between the Pulley face and shaft end as mentioned and shown on page 47 of the SM. On reinstallation, tighten Clutch Pulley bolt CCW to 96” pounds 8’ foot pounds (Snug no torque wrench required).
7. Do a quick wash and make sure clutch runs true with no wobble or clicking sound. If the clutch has not been seated properly it will spin off. If this happens go to page 16 of the SM Board Output Test and turn on Drain Pump in Service Mode to pump out excess water.
8. Repeat steps 6&7 if the clutch has excessive noise or spins off.

Here are some folks that did this maintenance with positive results.
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Post back if you need additional help. Rich

Apr 05, 2009 | Maytag Neptune FAV6800AW Top Load Washer

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Cannot loosen fly wheel bolts on 93 nissan. cannot stop the fly wheel from turning

There are several methods in which you can resolve this dilemma.
1. I believe it's a 24 mm bolt at the front crank in which with a large breaker bar, you can put the socket onto the bolt, position the breaker bar against the frame in the direction that you are trying to break the flywheel bolts loose.
2. Another method, although it would take a little more thought an caution, use a large pry bar, placing the flat end squarely between the teeth of the flywheel. Be sure to position the pry bar in such a fashion that it will not slip, holding the pry bar with one hand and carefully working the breaker bar with a "6" point socket, NOT a 12 point! I stress this over and over with week end warriors. Any bolts which are tight and require substantial force to break loose, require maximum contact of the tool. 12 points sockets will not hold as well as a 6 point. The same goes for wrenches.
This question has been answered by mybunkey, a Nissan master tech from the old school. I hope this resolves your problem.

Mar 22, 2009 | 1993 Nissan Pickup

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Brake caliper release on 92 BMW 318i e36

BMW brakes Remove like any disc brakes. No special tools required. Make sure piston is pushed back into caliper. Don?t dangle caliper on hose, rather support with a wire

Feb 25, 2009 | 1994 BMW 3 Series

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