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What would cause both front brakes to lock up?

sticking disk brakes are caused by rust that forms on piston ,and brake drags and heats up making it tighter and tighter till finnaly no movement is allowed, till it cools off

the awnser to this is to use a Non factory (aftermarket) caliper( bembo) with a non steel piston and cross drilled rotors or don't let your steel calipers rust by keeping car in heated/ dry garage !

Aug 28, 2014 | 2004 Ford Mustang

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Bobin thread is loose

As you are winding the thread onto the bobbin, grasp it between your fingers ever so lightly to give it a little drag so it spools up tighter.

Or just press the thread down against the top of the machine as it winds, anything to just help it spool up a little tighter.

Jul 20, 2014 | Elna Sewing Machines

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Leather cord coming out of zoom barrel on sigma 28-200

That cord may have been a gasket for sealing the lens from dirt.

Dec 12, 2013 | Sigma AF 28-200 Lens

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I have an old Singer Stylist 834 I am having problems as the under side of the simple straight stitch is loose and has tons of cotton tangled in a big mess ! Help ?

Mostly what causes that problem is incorrect threading of the upper tension. If you rethread, then pull the upper thread as you lowerr the presser foot there should be a big change. Foot up...little or no drag on the thread. Foot should be tighter, almost enough to break the thread.

The other stuff to look for is.......marks on the needle plate that catch threads, a rough or misaligned bobbin case.....poor quality or too big a upper thread.


Jan 17, 2011 | Sewing Machines

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No lens lock on a Sigma 135-400DG, falls to full extension.

buy the glass that does not zoom via push pull - When they get old and sometimes right off the shelf new the push pull zooms get loose - the only fix is for you to have it serviced and even then it is a temporary fix as the very nature of what you do to use the zoom will ultimately cause the same problem to occur.

Apr 21, 2010 | Sigma Zoom Telephoto 135-400mm f/4.5-5.6...

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My MAC doesn't recognize the camera.

This may be the way this camera works with the computer.... I would recommend removing the memory card from the camera and inserting that into the pc... then you can drag all the photos at once to a folder on your mac... hope this helps

Oct 17, 2009 | Sigma DP2 Digital Camera

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My 24-70mm f2.8 Sigma lens will not autofocus. It

If it is a DF lens thay are to ways to set the AF
first is to push the A/M button on the rear barell
to AF and then slide or pull the manual focussnig
ring you will a mark on the barrel with AF or manual

Oct 09, 2009 | Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX for Canon

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Seat belt locked wont pull out

Check if the roll is in the right position,untight the bolt and move it back and forvard a little and pull the belt gently at the same time,if you are lucky it might come loose.

Jul 25, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a shakespeare sigma fishing reel that tangles up when I cast it, any solutions

The line needs to installed on the reel as it is on the new spool when purchased. Also check spool drag. If it is a spinning reel it is important to install the string correctly and use a quality brand of string.

May 18, 2009 | Shakespeare Surf Fishing Rod and Reel...

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How to set the hand brake on 2002 saturn wagon

First make sure you have good rear brakes, and that your e-brake cables are not rusted or otherwise frozen in place. Look at your console, the boot around the handbrake lever can be removed from the console can be pulled up, out, and over the lever. The boot's base is like a grommet so gently squish it in and pull up, gently was the word I used. If you **** it out you will destroy the grommet which holds it in place. You will see an adjuster knob with a rubber tip on it. Pull off the tip, get a deep well socket, and adjust it to suit yourself. A few turns tighter will probably do it. You do not want your brakes dragging so do not set it too tightly where very little upward movement movement locks the brakes.

Feb 20, 2009 | 2002 Saturn L-Series

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