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Bad coolant Fuild change it out if you cannot see picture clearly when you look down inside tube Call Mats 1-800-628-1118 $6.50 a Bottle order 4

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How much oil do you put in the front forks


I believe the 2003 YZs were the single chamber design, therefore this answer is based on that assumption. The fill procedure for dual chamber forks is much different, but I think they twin chambers came in 2005.

Use a good quality 5Wt suspension oil (or 7Wt if you want more dampening but this will make it a little more stiff through the small stuff). I recently began using Amsoil and I am quite impressed with it because it will not fade during a moto - not even in the rear shock. I am referring to Amsoil Suspension Therapy (or Shock Therapy - I can't recall the exact name, sorry).

With the springs removed, fill the forks to the top, cycle the damper rod up and down until it has consistant and firm resistance, top the fluid off to the top, lift the outer tube up about 6" then set it back down, top off, then let it sit until you see no more bubbles. Stroke the damper rod again to ensure there is no air and then draw out fluid with an irrigation syringe (see below) until your level is between 110 and 150MM in each tube. Make sure each tube is filled to the same level. One quart per fork is enough to do the job but you might need three quarts to have both filled prior to sucking the excess back out. I usually start with three bottles.

For a firmer feel, use more oil (110MM). For a softer feel, use less fluid (150MM). This is measured from the top of each tube to the level of the oil.

Just use a piece of clear tubing and an irrigation syringe - you can get one from a local animal vet. Just mark the tubing with a sharpie at the level you desire.

My standard setting was 135MM from the top using 7Wt oil. I am 160lbs and a mid pack A class rider using essentially stock valving with stock springs racing MX in Virginia, North Carolina and sometimes Maryland.

I hope this has helped.

Oct 29, 2010 | 2003 Yamaha YZ 250

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Yellowish green area in middle of picture


you need a degaussing tool. it was most likely magnetized. make sure you move away magnetic things as well as unshielded devices such as unshielded speakers and other powered devices. this is what will cause the problem.

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Water leaking on the passenger side floorboard when it's raining


It appears that the drain for the plenum chamber is choked up with dirt or leaves. This chamber is under the air intake grill that is in front ot the bottom of the windscreen. The drain tubes are usually situated near the outside ends ot the chamber. If you shine a torch down through the grill you should be able to see the drain hole. Try poking some wire down the hole to clear the blockage. If there is lots of rubbish in the chamber you will have to remove the grill to get it all out.

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What is the oil capacity in the front forks?


I believe the 2003 YZs were the single chamber design, therefore this answer is based on that assumption. The fill procedure for dual chamber forks is much different, but I think they twin chambers came in 2005.

Use a good quality 5Wt suspension oil (or 7Wt if you want more dampening but this will make it a little more stiff through the small stuff).

With the springs removed, fill the forks to the top, cycle the damper rod up and down until it has consistant and firm resistance, top the fluid off to the top, lift the outer tube up about 6" then set it back down, top off, then let it sit until you see no more bubbles. Stroke the damper rod again to ensure there is no air and then draw out fluid with an irrigation syringe (see below) until your level is between 110 and 150MM in each tube. Make sure each tube is filled to the same level. One quart per fork is enough to do the job but you might need three quarts to have both filled prior to sucking the excess back out. I usually start with three bottles.

For a firmer feel, use more oil (110MM). For a softer feel, use less fluid (150MM). This is measured from the top of each tube to the level of the oil.

Just use a piece of clear tubing and an irrigation syringe - you can get one from a local animal vet. Just mark the tubing with a sharpie at the level you desire.

My standard setting was 135MM from the top using 7Wt oil. I am 160lbs and a mid pack A class rider using essentially stock valving with stock springs racing MX in Virginia, North Carolina and sometimes Maryland.

I hope this has helped.

Apr 07, 2010 | 2003 Yamaha YZ 125

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Pic suddenly went dark, very dark. Images seen are oversaturated. hitachi ultrascan hd is about 8 years old. Help!


I have the same problem. I took the back cover off of the TV and blew all of the dust out and the TV started working again. But this only lasted 2 days. Now the TV is dark again.

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A wire is hanging from the stove top down into the oven with no where to go. The stove is an old gas Kenmore slide-in. Will the house blow up if I use the oven? Any idea what this wire is for?


Are you sure that it is a wire ? It could be the capillary tube that has had the bulb broken off. The t-stat has a hollow tube (capillary) with a bulb on the end that senses the temp in your oven & tells the oven when it reaches the set temp to shut the heat off. The bulb usually is found towards the top of the baking chamber on either side or at the back. If this bulb is broken off, the t-sat needs to be replaced. There should be NO wires inside the oven, all wiring is routed on the outside of the baking chamber & is protected from the heat by a blanket of insulation.

Jul 09, 2009 | Ovens

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Instructions on color fill holes. For HP 1350 xi all in one


this printer uses a HP 57 color cartridge. INSTRUCTIONS are : 1) place a paper towel over surface you will work on. 2) get disposable hand gloves , 3) remove carefully the top label of cartridge (do it slowly to avoid tearing) put it aside , your going to need it to put it back. 4) with the electrical golden dots strip side facing you , the top LEFT side hole is CYAN color , RIGHT side hole is YELLOW , and middle hole (close to you) is MAGENTA . Push the FILLING TUBE about halfway down into the cartridge, be careful not to damage the ink chamber at the bottom of cartridge. squeeze bottle (tube) in a slowly manner until the chamber is full . hope this helps AJ

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Changing the CRT coolant


There's a forum here. A little way down the page is a post with a pdf attachment describing the process for changing the coolant. It's tedious and messy but not too difficult. (When I was a road TV tech I did these changes in about 90 minutes.)

In a nutshell the process is to use a turkey baster or suction bulb to remove most of the old coolant from the chamber attached to each tube. Then remove the chamber, clean the tube face and chamber surfaces. Replace the chamber, refill the coolant, then touch up any convergence as necessary.

The pdf gives a good detailed procedure. Replacement coolant is available from several sources. I deal frequently with MCM Electronics (www.mcminone.com).

Good luck with the project. It's well worth the effort when you see the picture after you're done.

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Blue and green bulbs look like they have sawdust in them


Tubes need to be removed from set. Take off front lens with 4 screws, then remove the glass circle. Has a gasket, becareful. Do this over a sink. The fluid is a clear anti-freeze. Clean inside with Formula 409 and paper towel. Rinse with water and dry. There is a plastic expantion chamber on the side. Pull that out and clean it too. Put the tube back together. Note where the wingnut was when you took it apart and oriantate the lens to go in the same way. You can use a turkey baster to refill the tube through the expantion chamber opening. Fill it up as much as possable. Put chamber back on. Put tube face down for awhile and check for leaks. That round gasket can be reused sometimes, but check it first. Then put it back together and that's it. You'll have to unplug the board on the end of tube and the ground wires. Then unplug 2 seperate plugs...one for the yoke and the other for the convergace. Make sure you mark the wires you take off and the way the tube came out. Everything must go back the same way it came out. Fluid can be purchased at MCMelectronics.com Only need to do blue and green. Red never goes bad. Do one at a time. That's about it.

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Hazy, washed out picture on Magnavox 51mp6100d


Remove back see if you can get to tubes top lenses clean all 3 from dirt/dust/ After cleaning off lenses there is a black control box has 3 controls on top 3 on bottom these are to adjust each tube R-G-B Tubes screen/ focus adjust one tube at a time--- Like to adjust red turn g,b.screen drive off turn red up adjust focus to a clear picture ,then green same and blue If you turn screen up to much it will either shut off or you will see Drive lines adjust back down.OK after doing this turn color off in menu adjust all 3 screen controls untill you have Black and white picture try to adjust as close as you can to get bl/wt picture when that is done now turn color on and you should have alot better picture.

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