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How to install a rangehood on a glass splashback with no pre-drilled holes in the glass

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If the glass is frosted you can use a clear glass adhesive. Put blobs approximately 6 inches appart on the rear of the glass and push to wall.

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I have a samsung microwave SMH8165St and the door handle broke, how can I change it?


Before install it you need to pre drill the screw hole one size bigger.
Then use clear silicone on base to help it hold to place better.
Factory uses a power drill . Do not use a power drill you bend the cpvc and crack it and you be in same spot again. (Hand Tools only)

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Where can I find ideas for designing my kitchen?


Designing kitchen is a precise art. I suggest you to take a look about glass splashbacks and worktops which gives your kitchen a stunning look. Give a click to CreoGlass Design to know more about kitchen glass splashbacks designs for your kitchen.

Feb 05, 2014 | Hardware & Accessories

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How do i use a spade bit?


I'm assuming you mean a spade drill bit?

For best results, try clamping a block of hardwood to the back side of the stock before drilling. When the bit approaches the end of the cut, it will be far less likely to blow through with another piece of wood to drill. However, if the stock placed on the back side is softer than the workpiece, or if it is not securely clamped to the workpiece, tear out can still occur.

To use a spade drill bit, mark the center point of the hole to be drilled on the wood, and install the shank of the bit into the drill. Align the point of the pilot tip of the spade drill bit with the mark on the wood, and adjust the angle of the handheld drill so that the shank of the bit is square to the surface of the wood. (Of course, if you're using a drill press, the bit's angle should already be square to the surface of the wood, unless your drill table is not square to the motor).

Depress the trigger of your drill slightly to engage the motor and turn the bit slowly. Hold the drill as still as possible so that the pilot point stays aligned with the mark on the wood. Because pilot tips can often "walk" away from the intended center point of the hole, some woodworkers will pre-drill the pilot hole using a small-diameter twist drill bit that is less likely to walk, and then proceed with the spade drill bit's pilot tip into the pre-drilled pilot hole.

Once the pilot tip is in place and engaged with the wood, increase the speed and proceed to drill the large diameter hole with the spade drill bit. Continue drilling until you reach the opposite side of the wood and the bit pokes out through the completed hole. Slow the speed of the motor, and pull the drill bit out of the completed hole.

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Mar 23, 2013 | YouTube Videos

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How to fit the splashback


Hi Do you mean the screws don't match up with the holes ? I find this all the time I drill new holes to make it fit correctly. One thing you should know is stainless is very hard to drill so go to the hardware store and get a bit for stainless and also get it just a little smaller then the screws, if you bring the screws with you they will help you get the correct bit , rate this call thanks Frank

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I want to put a 2" slide-in hitch on my 1991


Go to your nearest UHAUL center and give them your vehicle information. They should pull out part # 75038. It is a Class III with a 5000lbs towing capacity (8000lbs if you have weight distributers installed) The pre drilled holes on the hitch should match the holes on your truck without removing bumper or spare. ( you might have to temporaly remove/ lower them to install the hitch, but you can put it back on without any modifications) Luck!

Nov 01, 2010 | 1991 Ford F150

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Power window



REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
R/V Series
  1. Raise the glass to the full up position and tape it to the door frame with fabric tape.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Remove the door trim panel.
  4. Remove the window control bolts and lay the control aside for access.
  5. Remove the regulator-to-door panel attaching bolts.
  6. Disconnect the harness from the regulator.
  7. Slide the regulator assembly rearward, disengaging the rollers from the sash panel.
A notch is provided in the sash panel to allow disengagement of the forward roller on the window regulator.
  1. Remove the regulator assembly through the access hole in the door.

CAUTION The next step must be performed when the regulator is removed from the door. The regulator lift arms are under tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause serious injury if the motor is removed without locking the sector gear in position.
  1. Drill a hole through the regulator sector gear and back plate. DO NOT drill a hole closer than 1 / 2 in. (13mm) to the edge of the sector gear or back plate. Install a pan head sheet metal tapping screw (No. 10-12× 3 / 4 in.) in the drilled hole to lock the sector gear in position.
  2. Remove the motor-to-regulator attaching screws and remove the motor from the regulator.
To install:
  1. Prior to installation, lubricate the motor drive gear and regulator sector teeth.
  2. Install the motor to the regulator. Make sure the motor and sector gear teeth mesh properly before installing the retaining screws.
  3. Remove the screw locking the sector gear in the fixed position.
  4. Reposition the motor in the door and install the wiring connector.
  5. Attach the regulator to the door.
C/K Series
  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  2. Remove the door trim panel.
  3. Remove the water deflector by peeling it back.
  4. Disconnect the door lock rods at the module.
  5. Loosen the upper run channel bolt.
  6. Move the run channel away from the glass.
  7. Pull the wiring harness towards the door to reach the connector. Remove the boot from the wiring and disconnect the harness at the door hinge pillar.
  8. Remove the module and window assembly from the door frame by tilting it and lowering it from the door.
  9. Fold back the tab on the channel and slide the glass out.
  10. On trucks with power components, drill out the rivets from the inner handle housing.
  11. Drill out the regulator assembly rivets.
  12. Remove the regulator/motor assembly.

CAUTION The next step must be performed when the regulator is removed from the door. The regulator lift arms are under tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause serious injury if the motor is removed without locking the sector gear in position.
  1. Install a pan head sheet metal tapping screw through the sector gear and backing plate in the hole provided, to lock the sector gear in position.
  2. Drill out the motor-to-regulator attaching rivets and remove the motor from the regulator.

To install:
  1. Prior to installation, lubricate the motor drive gear and regulator sector teeth.
  2. Install the motor to the regulator. Make sure the motor and sector gear teeth mesh properly before installing the replacement attaching bolts and nuts.
  3. Remove the screw locking the sector gear in the fixed position.
  4. Reposition the motor/regulator in the door and install the wiring connector.
  5. Attach the regulator to the door.
  6. Slide the glass out into the channel and fold over the tab.
  7. Fit the glass into the rear channel in the door, then, while pulling the channel towards the glass, fit the glass into the front run channel.
  8. Install the boot from the wiring and connect the harness at the door hinge pillar.
  9. Install the lower run channel bolt.
  10. Install the door lock rods at the module.
  11. Install the module panel screws, starting at the top left, then the top right.
  12. Install the water deflector.
  13. Tighten the upper run channel bolt.
  14. Install the trim panel on the door.

Jul 30, 2010 | 1994 Chevrolet G20

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How to install trunk lid trim on 1968 mustang? A lot of brackets and only a couple of nuts. Any idea? I don't have any pre-drilled holes either.


the two nuts go at the end of the trim two bolts sticking out of the trim drill two holes at the ends of trunk which should all ready be there. the middle clips go along the middle the trim snaps on to them

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Oct 10, 2009 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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Need to replace broke window on 93 ford tempo.Pass. side


Door Glass, Front Removal
  1. Remove door trim panel and watershield. Refer to Section 01-05. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Prior to removing center pins from the rivet, it is recommended that a suitable block support be inserted between door outer panel and glass bracket to stabilize glass during rivet removal. Remove center pin from each rivet with a drift punch. Using a 1/4-inch diameter drill, drill out remaining rivets as damage to plastic glass retainer and spacer could result.
  1. Remove two rivets attaching glass to run and bracket assembly.
  1. Remove glass.
  1. Remove drillings and pins from bottom of door.
Installation
  1. Snap plastic retainer and spacer into two glass retainer holes. Make certain that metal washer in the retainer assembly is on outboard side of glass.
  1. Insert glass into door.
  1. Position glass to glass bracket. Install two rivets to secure glass to glass bracket. NOTE: Two 1/4-inch-20 x 1-inch bolts and two 1/4-inch-20 nut and washer assemblies may be used as alternates for glass retention. However, torque must not exceed 4-7 Nm (36-61 lb-in). Equivalent metric retainers (6mm) may be used.
  1. Install door trim panel and watershield. Refer to Section 01-05.


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May 29, 2009 | 1993 Ford Tempo

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How to install flush mount leds on a motorcycle


Take off existing mounted stock turn signals (unplug ground and live wire).  Plug new ground in from flush mounts as well as live. make sure wire plug is same size as pre-drilled hole in fairing. Otherwise it will not be flush of course. If the flush mounts purchased seem to need pre-drilled holes for a pair of screws mark them out and do so. Make sure to wrap and protect wire connections accordingly.

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Removing rear wiper arm 1992 grand caravan


If this is a factory wiper arm look at the area where it hinges. There should be a small hole in the metal. Find a drill bit or shaft that fits the hole. Lift up on the arm, insert the drill bit. When you release the arm it should be raised of the glass supported by the drill bit. Now without pressure applied to the glass you should be able to wiggle it off the shaft of the motor. Hope that helps.

Apr 01, 2009 | 1993 Dodge Caravan

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