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Sorry but the oil will work its way into every crevice and lens element. I hope it wasn't an expensive camera.

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How many pouhds in agallon of olive oil?


1 gallon of water weighs 8.33 Lbs and oil is lighter than water so,
1 gallon of Olive Oil weighs 7.6 Lbs or 3.45 Kg on average (depending on temperature).

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Banana bread calls for vegetable oil. Can you use olive oil as a replacement?


Yes, there is no reason why not. There are actually recipes online for banana bread using olive oil. Here is one:


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Is the article about how a lot of Olive Oils brands are mostly fake true?


Pretty much. Just read the ingredients. You want pure virgin olive oil. That is all the ingredients will say. Pure Virgin Olive oil. Anything else with it, it not pure. Just like everything else. You want green beans? then the ingredients will only say "green beans" If you want organic. the label will say organic, the virgin olive oil.

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Fake extra virgin olive oil?


Extra Virgin or Virgin Olive Oil does not have "fake" or added ingredients. If there are other added ingredients it is mislabeled.

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Can I use olive oil for my shredder


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I forgot how to start my air purifer- there is a flip switch on the bottom of the back with an " I" or an o" -does this make a difference? I don't seem to be getting any power. Also...


As far as oiling the fan motor shaft use a light weight lubricating oil like sewing machine oil. Just a drop or two will do. Olive oil is great for cooking, but to heavy a viscosity to be used for a lubricant. The switch should be in the "O" position.

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My mukka is shooting steam out of the small valve/washer thing on the bottom pot part. As it gets hots the valve pops up (but not with gusto like it used to do) and then I get a little coffee mixed in with...


I had the same problem and saw this solution in another bialetti mukka problem report, which made sense: "the safety valve on the lower boiler chamber is there to release pressue in case too much prssure builds up in the pot when brewing. If youy have an 11 mm wrench you can take it out and clean it by pulling on the outsidepart, there is a little knob that may be grabbed by a tweezer, gently pull it out, it is spring tensioned, and run water in the opposite end, Chances are some coffee grounds particles got in it and it is not seating good. after cleaning put a few drops of olive oil in it , the inside part. Should seal better and still funtion as a safety valve. Or you can leave it in place in the pot and just pull on the outside , flush with water and then put a few drops of olive oil in it. While you are at it, put olive oul on the threads, olive oil film and the the rubber seal and add a little to the rubber button on the top valve."

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Why can't you use olive oil with Cuisinart pop corn maker? That is the only oil I use.


We just bought a replacement Cuisinart popcorn maker after our 7 year old one died. Was surprised to see the note about not using olive oil in the manual since that's what we have always used. Apparently the concern is that olive smokes at a lower temp than other oils but it's always worked fine for us in the same model cuisinart. We like the richer flavor and health benefits -- we don't need to add butter when we use olive oil.

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Oiling the shaft. manual referred to vaselene oil. Is a couple of drops of Olive Oil an alternative?


go to your local hardware store and get a small can of 10 weight furnace fan motor oil,it has a spout to help direct it to the oiling point too

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My mukka is shooting steam out of the small valve/washer thing on the bottom pot part. As it gets hots the valve pops up (but not with gusto like it used to do) and then I get a little coffee mixed in...


the safety valve on the lower boiler chamber is there to release pressue in case too much prssure builds up in the pot when brewing. If youy have an 11 mm wrench you can take it out and clean it by pulling on the outsidepart, there is a little knob that may be grabbed by a tweezer, gently pull it out, it is spring tensioned, and run water in the opposite end, Chances are some coffee grounds particles got in it and it is not seating good. after cleaning put a few drops of olive oil in it , the inside part. Should seal better and still funtion as a safety valve. Or you can leave it in place in the pot and just pull on the outside , flush with water and then put a few drops of olive oil in it. While you are at it, put olive oul on the threads, olive oil film and the the rubber seal and add a little to the rubber button on the top valve.

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