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I find it very difficult to remove the paper pattern once the item has been cut out,I use 3M Repositionable Spray Mount.Can any one help

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This may help: If your mat is too sticky, you need to prep your mat, sort of like "curring" your cast iron skillet when it is new. (I guess I just aged myself.)
Remove the clear plastic film from the mat. Pat both hands all over mat for several minutes. Next place a piece of cardstock (same size as mat) and remove, repeat 8-10 X. This should also reduce the "confetti" or leftover tiny paper pieces on messy mats.

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What does it mean when the instructions say to Cut On Fold. I am new to sewing.


It usually means that the pattern maker is saving paper by giving you only 1/2 of the pattern piece--the center of the pattern is laid on the fabric fold. You cut out only 1/2 of the pattern but when you unfold the fabric, you get a full piece because it is a mirror image of the other half (like the back of a shirt). The fabric is folded so the selvedges match. The pattern's center back is placed on the fabric fold. Essentially, after you've cut out the pattern and unfold the fabric, you will have the whole back.

The lay-out pattern will show those pieces placed on the fold before they are cut out.

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If you cant find one, take a piece of paper with a drawing pencil an rub pencil over back of paper laid on unit. Carpenters do it all the time to get a replica of something they need it will fill the holes an make a pattern you can cut out an be close enough.

Mar 30, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Jam with a cardboard from check book


On most Fellowes ideal unjamming would be by trying the reverse, if that fails there's 2 options: 1 - opening the unit by removing screws (usually 5) and using small narrow flat screwdriver carefully clearing out all the stuck paper/cardboard from in between two rollers, but be carefull and make sure the power cord is NOT plugged into wall socket. 2 - without dissassembling the unit spray some WD-40 into the shredders feed opening and let that cardboard soak for a while. WD-40 will soak into cardboard and any stuck paper and will loosen it, you might need to spray couple of times allowing to soak in between sprays, but this definitely does the trick. Once sprayed 2-3 times allowing to soak for at least 10 minutes between sprays simply swich the shredder on and use reverse and all stuck paper should come out. Be advised after unit was cleared you must use some spray oil to protect the blades. Once oiled allow unit to run in reverse for at least 2 minutes, the swich it off. 15-20 minutes later your shredder will be good as new!! Hope this helps ;)

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Should the shredder ever be oiled? if so...where


The frequency of shredder oil applications is determined by a number of factors. First of all cross cut shredders must be oiled more often than strip cut shredders do. A cross cut paper shredder will require regular applications of shredder oil while a strip cut can go for a longer period of time without decreased performance. Secondly, paper shredders that are used more will need more lubrication. A paper shredder under heavy usage will need oil about once every four hours, while one under normal use will only require oil once or twice a month. Most manufacturers recommend oiling the cutters once every 30 minutes of accumulative shredding, but an easy way to remember is just to oil your paper shredder every time you change the bag. The type of material as well as amounts fed at once can also effect performance and lead to the need for oil.

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You should only use specifically designed shredder oil to oil your paper shredder. This oil is designed to lubricate precision heat treated shredder cylinders, and any other lubricant or oil will void the manufacturers warranty. So don't use WD-40 or the like to oil your paper shredder.

Shredder oil can come in both liquid and aerosol varieties. However, the most common is liquid shredder oil.

The first way to oil your shredder is to spray or squirt lubricant into the opening and onto the cutting heads. The oil is packaged in a squeeze bottle and is applied directly onto the cutting head in a fine stream. This is done through the paper entry throat. Take 1-2 seconds to oil from one side of the opening to the other. Turn the machine in reverse for about 10-15 seconds to allow the oil to transfer to all parts of the cutting head. The final step is to shred a few sheets of paper to remove any excess oil.

The other, and perhaps most common, way to oil your paper shredder is illustrated in the image above. Simply spread a small amount of shredder oil onto a piece of paper in a zig-zag type motion. Make sure that you spread the oil over the entire sheet. (NOTE: you don't need to soak the paper in oil, just ensure total and even coverage.) Feed this sheet through the shredder and then operate the machine in the reverse mode for a few seconds. This will make sure the oil is dispersed throughout the shredders cutting cylinders. The final step is to shred a few sheets of paper to remove any excess oil. You may want to repeat this procedure depending on the results, and is recommended for up to three applications to be assured of thorough oiling.

You should oil your cross cut shredder on a regular basis. If you are shredding a small quantity such as only 50 sheets a week or if you are using a small shredder, then you should oil your shredder every other day. If you are shredding a large quantity such as hundreds of sheets, then oil after 30 minutes of usage or after you empty the bag.

Start oiling your paper shredder now. The shredder will run smoother, faster, and put less strain on the overall motor, gears, and bearings.

Dec 16, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Paper jam


Hi. This could be sendor is failing or there is a jammed paper on you printer.

How to removed jammed paper

1.Unplug all cables (USB and power)
2.Turn around the printer
3.In the back there should be a small door that on my printer (SCX-4300) flips upside.
4.Look for any jammed paper.
5.Pull out the jammed paper.

Here's how to fix the sensor

Unplug everything from the back and then remove the four screws from the back panel. Pull the panel out but watch that the on/off switch doesn't hang the cover up.Once off, I removed the screw from the mount holding the right end of the sensor stick while holding the mount in place with my finger. When the screw is out, lift the mount up and carefully slide it off of the stick. Carefully rotate the spring, topside away until the left side of the spring catches the sensor piece. Now rotate the other end of the spring once more around the stick and while holding it at the top of the stick (12 o'clock) slide the mount back on. With the mount in place, release the spring and it will come to rest on the mount. Refasten the mount and check for light tension on the sensor. If it pushes forward when you release it, you're good to go. Refasten the back panel, attach all wires and enjoy.

Have a good one!

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How to cut hole in expedition and install trim to cover edges


depends were you want your speaker, Rules of thumb
1) Do not cut steel frame more than 20% larger than nearest hole
2) Use pods/spacers to mount you speakers into this way you can put in larger, different shaped, custom designed enclosures, etc that do little damage to original trim and can be removed later if you so chose.

Assuming that you are putting speakers in to front door panels:

Remove door trimming and take note of removed components (Take pic's as you go it's easier)

Compare original speaker to new ones (in particular the depth of the cone) Factory tend to be shallow while after market ones deeper for better sound. Note depth difference.

Try your new speaker in the rough location you want it and wind down your window all the way and see if it will interfear with the mechanisms of the door. If it clears everything your laughing and just have to unscrew the old and replace with the new or...

Now the fun bit do the math on how much the difference is and how much you will have to space it out for it to fit into the door with out interfering with it's components, decide if you can deal with the speaker sticking out as far as it has to to fit, or can it be put in a different location. (Have a friend or family member help you with this so your hands are free to sit in your seat and feel it out, no point in putting it in if your not going to be happy with the end result)

Once your happy with your positioning make a blank up of a pod out of MDF (NOTE: MDF when cut/sanded creates toxic dust use appropriate Respiratory Protective Equipment (R.P.E.) such as a P2 paper mask as well as Personal Protective Equipment (P.P.E.) e.g. safety glasses, hearing protection and gloves) to make a shape that blends in with your doors contours and has a hole big enough for your new speaker to fit into. Dose not have to be perfect just yet as you shall have to mold it to suit what you want it to look like. Take your time and sit it in place till you are happy with the shape and placement. Make sure door closes and opens with pod.

Use this Blank to cut out a second pod just like this one (for the other door)

Shave off sharp corners

Match fabric to door trim (or go all out and highlight it in a contrasting cloure/pattern/texture)

If fabric stretch it over pod and staple into place (better yet glue some thin foam to pod first then use some spray addehisive to attach fabric to foam then stapel behind the pod to hold securely)

Vinal is a different story and requires spray adhesive heat and working it into position then stapling.
Good Idea to place speaker cage into place and secure to hold fabric around it. (Cut away excess in both cased inside cage and behind pod for a flat joining)

Mount speaker to pod and lay pod on a table placing door trim over it. Maneuver to correct position and use correct sized screws to join them together.

Connect wires

Test speaker

Replace modified door trim on to door

Repeat on opposite door

Fin.

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I want to know how to camouflage a jeep the best


Knowing how to paint a Jeep in camo patterns means you can hide your Jeep in the woods, marshy areas or in open fields without it being easily seen. Using Mossy Oak's Shadow Grass pattern, paint your Jeep with natural-looking shadows and grass blades. The 3-D look of this pattern allows you to easily hide your Jeep from water fowl, doves, deer and big game.

Things You'll Need:
  • Sandpaper (120 and 800 grit)
  • Wax and grease remover
  • Lint-free towel
  • Camo stencil
  • Masking tape
  • Masking paper
  • Respirator mask
  • Automotive primer
  • Automotive paint (black, gray, light tan and brown)
  • Automotive clear coat
  1. Sand the surface of the Jeep with 120-grit sandpaper until the surface is dull. You can use a dual-action sander for this step to speed the process. This removes the top clear coat and prepares the surface for primer. Primer won't stick to a shiny surface.
  2. Mask off areas of the Jeep that won't be painted, such as the windows, tires and passenger area of the Jeep. Wipe the surface with wax and grease remover and a lint-free towel.
  3. Spray primer on the Jeep in three thin coats. Allow each coat to dry completely. Once the primer is dry, use 800-grit sandpaper to sand the top layer of primer until smooth. This leaves a smooth surface for the paint. Wipe again with wax and grease remover and a lint-free towel.
  4. Paint a thin base coat of gray on the Jeep. Cover all of the primered areas on the Jeep so that no primer can be seen. Allow the paint to dry.
  5. Go over the Jeep with brown paint, spraying small areas of brown paint in no particular pattern. The finished effect should look like the Jeep is equally painted gray and tan. Hold the first stencil against the Jeep and use black paint to fill it in. Move the stencil over and paint again. Start at the front of the Jeep and work towards the rear.
  6. Move on to the next stencil and use light tan paint to spray the grass pattern. The grass should start at the bottom of the Jeep and reach up towards the top. For longer grass, don't spray the tops of the grass but instead move the pattern up, spray the stems longer and then spray the tops, making the grass stems long. Repeat this around the Jeep and across the hood. Go back over the grass stems with black paint, lightly spraying a few of the stems to give them a shadow look.
  7. Finish by spraying three coats of clear coat paint onto the painted areas of the Jeep. This protects the paint from UV rays and keep the camo pattern looking good.

Tips & Warnings
  • Paint is best applied using a paint spray gun and air compressor, but canned spray paint will work.
  • Never sand or spray primer or paint without using a painter's respirator mask.

Resources: Customice Camo Stencils

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I really hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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AR 200- paper pulls to the green bar and then stops- will not print or move from there and screen says to clear paper path. no paper moves beyond the same point.


This "green bar" (registration roller) could be a few things
  1. Registration sensor dirty or inoperable
  2. Feed tires dirty
  3. Registration rollers dirty
  4. Fuser gate broken
For item 1 the flag and sensor is located under the copier. if you only have one tray then this can be located and removed easily. if you have 2 trays then this get more difficult. Here are the steps for one tray
  1. Open and remove right side door
  2. Remove toner, developer, and drum unit
  3. Remove paper tray
  4. Turn copier on its right side
  5. (Top is away from table and bottom is towards table) Towards the bottom of the copier there is a guide that needs to be removed (2 screws)
  6. There is a cover where a couple of wires are going to needs to be removed (use caution)
  7. Once removed take can of air and blow out sensor
  8. Replace items as removed
For item 2 follow steps 1-4 and locate tires clean using warm soapy water on a lint free cloth or mechanics towel

For item 3 open and remove right side door and clean grey rollers located under green cylinder which is your drum (USE caution not to touch or damage)

If the first 3 steps do not help then you should call your local Sharp dealer for repairs.

Mar 17, 2009 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

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