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<p>How to repair/reuse plastic suction cups<br />
<p>Plastic suction cups are used in many applications to hold things to hard smooth surfaces like glass, ceramic, laminate, metal, plastic, etc. With time the suction cups loose their holding (suction) strength due to hardening or deterioration. Before trashing and/or spending cash try this if you want a permanent or lasting installation. <br />
<p><span><span>1.<span> </span></span></span>Place the item in the position you want it to remain installed. Make matching marks to ensure that is were you want the item installed. Mark a dot in the center were the suction cup is to hold.<br />
<p><span><span>2.<span> </span></span></span>Clean the old suction cup suction face and mating surface thoroughly, ensure there is not grease or contaminants.<br />
<p><span><span>3.<span> </span></span></span>Apply a thin coat of urethane base all purpose adhesive such as UHU, Liquid Nails, etc. to the suction face and mating surface (do not use cyanoacrilates such as Super Glue or water based glues, they are too hard or too weak for the job).<br />
<p><span><span>4.<span> </span></span></span>Wait approximately 15-30 seconds for the adhesive dry to touch and press or install the item with suction cups at the desired location using your matching marks as guides. Keep the pressure for a few seconds to ensure good bonding. Once installed wait for at least six hours for the adhesive to completely dry, before loading or applying weight to your item if it is a hanger or shelve.<br />
<p><span><span>5.<span> </span></span></span>This should do the trick. If you need to disassemble your item in the future you may peel the suction cups gently using a scraper tool.
to remove the screen and glass from an iphone 3gs you will need, a small phillips head screw driver, (from an eyeglass repair kit works perfectly) and a suction cup. First, turn off the phone and remove the two screws from the bottom of the phone, theirs one on either side of the charging port. Second, place the suction cup twards the bottom of the screen and SLOWLY pull back and up. their are 3 cables at the top of the screen labeled 1, 2, and 3.remove and replace in that order.
You must change screen and digitizer. This will cost about 70$ if you open it by yourself.
If you open it up:
1. You need small screwdriver
2. Suction cup, smaller the better.
3. Small "sharp" object possibly plastic if you have.
4. Now start by opening the 2 screws bottom of the phone.
5. Use suction cup on the screen AND SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY lift it up.
6. There are connectors (flexes) you must use small object to get those open.
7 Now the screen and digitizer is out.
8. Start going back and put the new digitizer in place. Remember to put those flexes back on.
I believe they all do that, I own a Garmin and I bought what looks like a bean bag because I got tired of my suction cup mount falling off my windshield. The nice thing about the bean bag mount is that you can move it closer to you and place it anywhere on your dash. I bought mine on ebay from the Mount Guys they have a big selection of mounts for all types of GPS's take a look you might want to make the change too.
I hope this helps you out and if it did please leave me some feedback
If you have the saw I think you do, here is the deal. You have two hoses that go to the tank, one is a larger diameter than the other. The smaller diam. hose runs from the tank to the "inlet" side of the carburetor. (the fitting closest to the fuel pump cover, held on by one screw). This line rest in the bottom of the tank attached to a fuel filter. The larger diam. line attaches to the "tank" side of the primer or "outlet" side and sits in the tank about 1/4"-1/2", (there is generally a fitting on this end to prevent it from being pulled out of the hole). The third line, usually the same diam. as the fuel line, attaches to the primer "carb" fitting or "suction" side and attachs to the other fitting on the carb. Hope this helps.
after scouring the INTERNET AND FINDING PLENTY OF SITES THAT WOULD SELL ME THE WHOLE CAP FOR 24.00. I MAD MINE USING SOMETHING FROM ace hardware THAT COST 2.50 Small suction cups with the hook [CDBL-7500S11] PART NUMBER 7500 .CAN BE MODIFIED INTO MAKING YOUR OWN GASKET. IT WORKED FOR ME ..REMOVE HOOK FROM SMALL SUCTION CUP. cut off nib with sharp pair of scissors. THEN DRILL HOLE THROUGH CENTER OF CUP WITH 7/64 DRILL BIT. re insert plunger part of cap through cap with spring and re- attach suction cup instead of gasket. MINE WORKS FINE ON A HOLMES 3700