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I have magnetised my tele how do i reverse it, i put a box with metal bars in front of it and all the colour was pulled to one side

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You should be able to turn the set off for about 30 min. Then turn the set back on and it will degause itself. If it is really bad you may need to do this five or six times.
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I removed the entire oven door to clean the oven. I am now having trouble putting the door back. Any suggestions.


The process is likely model specific. Your owner's manual might describe how to do it.

I have a Frigidaire/Electrolux (PLEB30S8CCB) and I find removal and replacement some what tricky. The owner's manual says to reverse the removal process, but I believe that that is incomplete.

To take it off, you open the door all of the way, flip up a metal connecting loop on each of the door sides to "bind" an upper J-shaped and lower L-shaped bar on each hinge, and pull the door out, while lifting up the outer handle side. (The pull motion frees the lower L-bar and the upward motion allows the J-bar to slip under a metal roller.)

To put it back on, each side of the oven has a two-part slot. The upper part is for the J-bar and the lower for the L-bar. Put the J-bars part way into their upper slots with the handle side of the door raised slightly to help slip under the metal rollers. Then ensure that the L-bars are fitting into their lower slots. Push the door straight in until a notch on the bottom of the L-bars sets on the bottom of their slots. The trick then is to push the door down to its fully open position, which allows you to flip the metal loops to separate the bars and allow the door to close. Note that pushing the door down makes some noise, but the door should go no more that level with the floor or something may be out of position.

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1987 NISSAN 300 ZX REPLACING HEATER CORE. DASHBOARD REMOVED. WHATS NEXT? DISCONNECT STEERING COLUMN TO REMOVE METAL CROSS BAR STILL NOT SURE HOW TO GET INTO HEATER BOX. ANY MECHANICS IN SAN DIEGO?


You got that far, and you seriously want to give up now? With the dash off, I think you could easily pull the whole heater case out, if you need to. On older Datsuns, there was a cover on the front of heater case that unclipped to expose the core for pulling straight back and out-don't know about your 300 ZX, though. Suggest you buy a repair manual for the procedure, or visit a library for a manual. Don't give up now!

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How to use the buttonhole attachment


You haven't listed the model of your machine so its hard to give you step by step instructions as there is variations in how buttonholes are done. Some machines have a 4 step sequence on a knob, it may be colour coded with a little buttonhole symbol.

Other computerised machines you just select the buttonhole style and pull down a lever behind the needle bar which lines up with the special buttonhole foot to trigger the return stitching down the buttonhole side.

Have a look in your accessories and see if you have a buttonhole foot like this
tally_girl_76.jpg If so, remove the current pressure foot and put this on, clip it onto the little metal bar you see near the front of the foot. Now put your button into the back ratchet bit of the foot, you pull it out, place the button in there and close it up firmly to hold the button in place. This helps to give you the right length buttonhole.

Now you need to start the buttonhole stitching sequence and sorry, but I don't know what your machine's is, you really need to check the manual for this bit. It may be a 1,2,3,4 sequence on a dial and probably stitch length set to 0.5 so its a closed up satin stitch.

But you stitch the butttonhole in the folowing sequence:
near bar tack, reverse down right hand long side, far bar tack, then back up left hand long side, then a couple of stitches in place to finish off.

The buttonhole foot will sit firmly on your fabric and the inner part of it will move backwards as the machine stitches, then comes back to the front again.

The computerised machines will have a little lever you pull down and these will trigger on a lug on the buttonhole foot to start the reverse stitching at the right length buttonhole. Sometimes they will stitch both long sides in the same direction too, so sequence is near bar tack, down right hand side, far bartack, then it will stitch back to front in little straight stitches, then do the left hand long side to the back and finish off.

On early machines, you actually set the stitch length to 0.5, and stitch width to 2 for sides and 4 for bartacks and made the buttonhole yourself by stitching down one long side, leaving the needle in the fabric and pivoting the work around, then stitching the bartack, then the other long side, then final bartack all manually. It can be done but obviously the new programmed ones are far easier and give consistently similar buttonholes on a garment.

ALWAYS, interface the fabric to be buttonholed, you'll never get a good practice buttonhole without interfacing in a sandwich between two layers of fabric so no point practicing without it.

And, never cut your buttonhole with the seam ripper unless you pin across the two ends first to make sure you don't have a woopsy moment and rip through the end bartack. I use a buttonhole knife and block of wood to cut and it ensures you never have a cutting disaster.

I also pull the thread tails through to the underside with a needle afterwards, tie them off and add a dab of fray stopper to make sure the buttonhole never unravels, then trim the ends off close.

I hope this helps you but obviously getting the manual to your machine would be a big help too.

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I HAVE A MATSUI 28WN20 CRT TELEVISION AND ITS COLOUR HAS TURNED REALLY WEIRD. FOR EXAMPLE BLOOD SPLATTER COMES UP AS GREEN AND ALL THE REST OF THE COLOURS YOU SEE ARE ONLY PURPLE AND GREEN .


Hi, this sounds like your TV needs De-Gaussing, the screen has become magnetised and the electrons being fired at the screen are being diverted or scattered and mixed to the area's that are magnetised creating the odd colours, what you need is a de-gaussing coil, you can wave this in a pattern to de-magnetise the screen thus allowing the electrons to flow properly to the screen, it may also be the PTC on the tv's PCB near the mains input, if this is faulty the tv's own degaussing coil may not operate properly, you local TV technician maybe able to help with this as the part is specific to the TV, they maybe able to degauss it too for a small fee.

Here's a better expaliation ---> CLICK HERE <---- it shows a circular pattern here but there are many kinds of pattern magnetism can create but the colours are nearly always the same just in different places witn different strengths.

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