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I have an Ar300 infiniti rowing machine. The chain is completly loose. Do you have a step by step fix it problem?

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How should the first stich in each row be knitted. I.e opposite of what the pattern calls for or pulled off Thank you.


The first stitch of the row is usually the chain that you ended in the last row. The chain essentially builds the height of the pattern to the next row so the stitches are even height from beginning to end. After you have made the chain, then begin with the first stitch in the next row pattern.

So, if the pattern says to knit 3 (or purl 3), that 3 stitches allows the height for the next row.

Jul 19, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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How to fix a timing chain rattle on a 85-94 Toyota 22R engine


Toyota 22R 1985-94 85- Celica, P.U., Four runner.

There are two basic different 20-21-22r engines, and three different timing chain setups. The early tall block 20-22r block used a dual row chain with steel backed rubber faced guides, the 83-84 22r used a single row chain with plastic guides and short step bolts, then came the final setup, a shorter block, thinner head, combustion chamber with a large squish area, nearly flat pistons, and pear shaped exhaust ports. It has a single row chain, with plastic guides with long step bolts on the left (drivers side) and short step bolts on the right holding the guides on. On this last 22R there is high incidence of guide failure, usually starting with the long straighter left guide breaking, allowing the chain to rattle against the timing cover in the area where the coolant passes through to the water pump, eventually wearing through and letting coolant into the crankcase. Upon inspection we find the chain is loose when installed, the tensioner is close to half way out on a new engine.

If we use a right side, curved guide and
short step bolts from an 83-84 and a prestretched timing chain, it goes together tight, the tensioner is fully retracted making the whole setup have less play, and less chance to rattle and break the left guide. I've never seen this setup fail, oil leaks from using sealant around the oil ports on the right side have been tough, but using the factory gasket on this side seems to work, also the felpro with printed seal in this area seem to work well.

This is critical if the block and head have been surfaced, making the chain even looser.

Hope this helps

on Apr 29, 2010 | Toyota Pickup Cars & Trucks

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Meaning of these crochet instructions.ch 2, in first sc (1 sc, 1 hdc, 1, dc), * Will. I make my ch 2 where the parentheses begin or in the single crochet in my last row of a shell


Chain 2 then in the next SC (of the row below), make the combination stitch. So, if the previous row has a bunch of SC, you would make the stitches leading up to the Chain 2. Then Chain 2 and in the next SC, make the 1SC, 1 HDC, ! DC.

Dec 02, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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The lever (handle) to flush the toilet does not rise after it is pushed down, causing the toilet to run. One has to push the lever (handle)up after the down motion to make it function properly.


I had this issue as well with my toilet. My chain was unattached and had been sucked down the drain under the stopper valve preventing the toilet stopper valve from completely closing and causing the water to continually run. After re-attaching the chain I noticed when I flushed the toilet that the handle did not rise again until I manually pushed it up. After readjusting the chain to a tighter position where the chain was not floating at all but instead holding the stopper valve in place I again flushed to check the reaction. This fixed the issue of the water continually running and also the handle not resetting itself properly.

Here is the steps I took to resolve my issue:

Step 1: Remove the lid off of the tank.

Step 2: Check to see if the chain coming from the Toilet Handle to the Stopper Valve is loose, unattached, or broken.

Step 3: Flush the toilet and check to see if the problem has been fixed. If not readjust the chain to a different position and flush again.

Step 4: If all is resolved replace the tank lid.

Other possible things to check:
Check the Float Ball to see if it's Half-way or more submerged in the water. If it is it needs to be replaced.

I hope this helps!

Nov 08, 2010 | Toto Home

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My rowing machine is no longer reeling back the rowing strap after it is pulled on a stroke, how do I fix this? The stap is attached and coiled around and smaller wheel that is linked via a chain to a...


I don't what type of rower you have, but for the most part you will have to pull the unit one layer at a time ( suggest you take picture of the process) and one point a return mechanism should be visible that may have detached or broken. After identifying then contact the manufacturer sometimes they may even e-mail the procedure of replacing the defective component or components.

May 21, 2010 | York Exercise & Fitness

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Where to buy a Antec AR300


You should ebay or just put the model number in Google. Let me suggest that while the fan may be going out, the heatsink will still be ok. You should open up the fan box and see what size of fan is in there. I believe it looks like a 120mm fan. You can buy a nice one for under $20 and it'll go right in without you even having to remove the unit from the motherboard.

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I need a diagram on how to install a timing chain on a 2003 infiniti g35


Timing chains are such a pain! Good luck - But buy a Chilton for your brand of car and it will show you how to do it step by step - Not easy but sorta like replace a belt, in a way. Good luck you will need extra hands to help you!

May 12, 2009 | Infiniti G35 Cars & Trucks

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The chain has become completely loose and will not recoil, ?


You didn't say what model you have, but I believe they are all functionally similar to my Model B rower. There is a "skewer" assembly inside the seat rail with a shock cord and pulley's that keeps tension in the chain throughout its range of travel. To some extent it is adjustable by taking slack out of the shock cord. On mine, this can be done by grabbing the shock cord adjustment mechanism ("SCAM") with pliers and pulling it out of the rear of the machine and adjusting the slack. If it is very loose or you just want to be sure of what is going on, the entire skewer assembly pulls out from the front (flywheel side) of the seat rail after removing four screws that hold it in place. Go to the concept2 website for diagrams, instructions, and parts lists for your model.

Jan 18, 2009 | Concept2 2 Rowing Machine

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Squeak in concept 2 rowing machine bearing/fan


Try using some bicycle chain lube or WD40.

Dec 24, 2008 | Concept2 2 Rowing Machine

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