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Tool died after couple of clack sounds and expelled copper parts resembling part of armiture. Can this be fixed in Perth or better to buy new ?

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There is a clacking sound from the left tyre while moving on a rough surface and on low speeds


OK so it's your CV axle most likely during slow revolutions it clacks and makes noises so replace both sides to ensure transmission/engine performance stays optimal to power applied to the road. The other cause of noises in that area are due to the wheel bearings needing replaced usually and sometimes repacking the bearings instead. On your car if the axle passes through the wheel it has to ride on something to control balance and torque across the drive shaft. I would replace both front driver and passenger side wheel bearings and the CV axles on both sides please be smart people and replace parts like these in pairs/ together the reason being after you replace one side you drive a few months or less and the other side goes out almost always soon after the other I would say over 75% of the time let it be bearings/u-joints/CV axles or other crucial parts. Hope this helps please take my word and fix it right the first time and please buy the better parts not the cheapest parts out there if you want quality/ safety than buy the better or best parts never just the good or OK parts

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The Blade spins very slowly


No way to tell for certain... Could be a burned out motor or the bearings could have ceased. Often, cutting debris gets sucked inside the motor housing which collects over time. Blowing out your power tools with an air line helps them last longer and the motor breath easier so it doesn't overheat. There are a lot of tool repair shops that can usually fix power tools for half the price of a new tool. Angle grinders usually burn out on me within 120 days of purchase; they don't make them like they use to. My tool repair shop can fix it for me in a day or two, and it ends up lasting years after I paid to have it fixed. It's definitely cheaper than buy another grinder that is just going to burn out in a couple months anyways. The repair shop does such a great job that the rebuilt tool is better than the factory new tool.

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My makita cordless drill barely turns and is smoking


If it's pulling hard then gets hot enough to smoke your problem could be in either the motor or transmission. If you can, seperate the motor from the trans and try running the motor by itself. If it spins free and strong, you have a jammed transmission causing the motor to over heat. If it still labors your problem could be with the armature bearing(s), brushes, or armature windings.

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Engine locked up


That engine would require a complete teardown and rebuild. Pretty expensive when you consider all the new parts required, like for one, possibly a new crankshaft.. After removal, a rebuilder could tell if a new one is required. Yes, pretty expensive...do you want to spend that much on a '91 model car?

If it were me, a replacement would be a better option. Good luck.

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Clakking sound when i accelorate especially when its warmed up


This is not a good thing. A clacking sound on acceleration that gets worse when warm, in other words, when the oil thins out, is often a sign that a wrist pin bushing is worn out. The wrist pin is what connects the piston rod to the piston. With the vehicle in park, give is a couple of snappy revs and see what happens. If it clacks quickly and then dies down every time you do that, it is almost certainly the wrist pin. Now, without hearing it, it is difficult to be sure of the sound. If it is more of a sound like marbles hopping around in your engine, especially with hard acceleration, or going up a steep hill, get your timing checked, and make sure you are getting gasoline with a high enough octane rating for your vehicle. It's always good to go with a higher octane fuel than the recommended one.

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Compressor is out in my Goodman CK60-1C outdoor unit. Is it better to buy a new compressor or a new unit?


It is completely a matter of preference. Just having the compressor replaced with save you a couple hundred dollars, but it's well worth just throwing in a little more to get a new unit. The biggest thing right now is availability. They have stopped production of R-22 equipment and will continue to make R-22 refrigerant for 10 more years, but for the most part the R-22 equipment is getting scarce and they are bumping up the price whenever possible. The new 410A refrigerant is a better blend but runs at higher pressures and less resistant to cross contamination, which all means, if you can't find another R-22 unit, you would have to get the new 410A unit and will possibly have to replace the indoor coil and/or copper line sets to accommodate the new refrigerant blend and this means even more money. Hope this better explains your options and good luck!

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Loud clacking sound from the washing machine as spin cycle starts


Yes you either have a whirlpool or kenmore...since you didnt mention the make I guessed :) It sounds like you have a bad coupling, have included a link giving you instructions for replacing the coupling and a link where you can buy the coupling.

http://www.thisoldappliance.com/howto/Motor_Coupling.htm

p.s you don't actually have to remove the cabinet, the motor, pump and coupling can be accessed by tilting the machine back and wedging something under it so it does not fall on you while your working on it.

you can purchase the part from:

http://www.appliancepartspros.com/part_details.aspx?part_id=3963893

Hope this helps.

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Hole in copper water pipe


Judging by how calm you sound it's likely a drainage or vent pipe and not a supply pipe which would be spraying all over the place the moment your drill pierced it. You'd have little choice but to cut the pipe and solder a coupling in there. If it's just a drainage or vent pipe you can buy an MJ (Mechanical Joint) coupling at Home Depot....these don't require fancy tools or torches to use.. The MJ coupling comes in two parts...a rubber part that joins two pipes and a stainless steel band with a couple of gear clamps....you just tighten the gear clamps and the compression does the rest.

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Clacking/Flapping sound coming from engine compartment


Best thing to do is take it in to see if the oil pump is working properly. A oil pump not pumping properly will lead to what people call a "dry valve tap". The moving parts in the engine will make noise when there is no lubrication happening. Especially the parts that are moving the valves. That why they call it " dry valve tap".
Has the engine light stayed on at all?

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