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I had a stunning Seiko, back in the '70's. Went into a pawn shop, silver and turquoise Navajo bracelet. Cost me $50. 2 yrs later, it screeched to a halt. Sent it back and sent $25. Two years later, it happened again. Ergo, I had to re-buy my Seiko every 4 years. So I replaced it with a $10 Timex, that is Still running. Love the set, now! That was then. It seems they Still want to do all the work.... I now have a favorite jeweller, the family has been in business since the ? - 1930's? I would find someone like the Butterfield Jewelers, call and ask if they can work on your watch. (these guys are Amazing! I take my solar watch to them just to re-set it!
You have every right to know what they did. If they won't tell you, be suspicious. Get a second opinion. Any possibility the emergency brake could have locked up? When it locked up, had you raised each tire off the ground, could have checked for brakes locking up. Sounds like they are trying to sell you a new transaxle. If you don't want to spend that much, find a shop that will look for and install a used transaxle, especially if this is a manual, they are pretty durable, the money you save could be spent on a new clutch, if needed- now is the time to do it, while the transaxle is out. First, make them show or explain how they diagnosed a bad transmission.
Yes you can build your own dog house, but only if you have the tools necessary and a few basic DIY skills particularly with wood. Watch this tutorial on YouTube which gives a really detailed outline of how to build an insulated dog house. Good Luck!
You don't really have to give your dogs treats as far as nutrition is concerned. They get all their nutritional needs from commercial food. However, treats can be nice once in a while and can strengthen the bond between you and your dog. Of course, dogs love them and just like humans, they should be able to eat delicious treats here in there.
Dogs love stuffed
animals to play with; the problem is that they tend to rip them to shreds. If
you do want to give your pet a stuffed animal you should ensure that they are particularly
made for dogs. This gives you the peace of mind that the toy will be durable
and that it contains no small parts that can be ingested.
You sure can, but it will not work for very long. The compressor is designed to work the way the Mfr. has made the A/C and if you tilt it up, then the compressor will "flood" out and come to a screeching halt. The kind of screeching halt that makes you go buy another A/C. Do your wallet a favor and set the unit correctly.