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How to put air in tire of e300 razor


  1. rotate the rear wheel until the hole in the sprocket lines up with the tyre valve.
  2. insert the tyre valve extension through the hole and attach it to the tyre valve
  3. inflate the tyre to the correct pressure (usually 45psi)
  4. remove valve extension and put in a safe place for next time.
Inflating the rear tyre is detailed in the owners manual, which you can download from the Razor web site.
http://www.razor.com/au/products/electric-scooters/e300/

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Therapure spa does not stay inflated


1st ck to see that your inflation valves are staying closed , this is a safety feature , that prevents over inflation and over rowdy behavior while inside tub
valves have a lock over cap that should be tightly closed

If this is good , start at bottom and work your way all over skin of tub with a wet paper towel with a bit of soap on it , bubbles will appear at hole(s) yes there can be more than one
common sites to really look at for holes are (entire bottom, top edge where one enters tub frequently, around hose fittings
) holes can be patched with std pool patches or use kit that came with tub

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I have the BS-1D Serfas bicycle pump - I need a basic instruction manual as I am having difficulty pumping air into my tire- I think I am not locking into the valve correctly.


I can't find the manual for this one, but most pumps lof this kind work like this:

1) push down over the valve (using the large hole for large valves(Shraeder valves like car ones) and small hole for Presta valves (little screw in kind -must be unscrewed to pump). You might have to be fairly firm with it
2) raise the thumb lock lever (opposite the valve) so it points up
3) pump till inflated
4) release thumb lock
5) pull off pump

If that doesn't work, then your pump may be defective.

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Just got a Skedaddle 2 XC Inflatable Kayak and having trouble trying to inflate it at home to see how it works before going out on the water. Don't know which tip to use on the foot pump or where to use it...


Use the threaded tip for the two main chambers, but be sure to turn the inside part of these valves clockwise to put them in the inflate position -- just press your finger on the valve and turn (the instructions aren't very clear on this). To deflate, push the valves in and turn counterclockwise.

For the orange twist valves use the tip that fits over them -- there is only one that fits snugly over them. Don't forget to open the valves (turn counterclockwise) before inflating and then close them (clockwise) before removing the tip. Just turn then cc to deflate when you're ready to put the kayak away.

I was able to inflate the Skedaddle 2 in less than 7 minutes on my second try, and I wasn't rushing at all. It's really pretty easy once you get the hang of it.

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I'm having trouble getting a brand new hutcinson tour de france 700x23c tire onto my rolf vector rim. As I try to put the second 'bead' in, there doesn't seem to be enough tension to pop it in. This has a...


Try this:

http://www.michelinbicycletire.com/michelinbicycle/index.cfm?event=mounting.view


...but I have had better results by starting at the valve side, pushing the valve deeply into the tire so the base of the valve is not near the bead, and finishing the bead installation opposite the valve. Then push the valve with your fingers (through the surface of the tire) so it seats flush with the inside of the rim and inflate.

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I am having trouble figuring out how to remove the key switch


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  2. Put the key into the ignition and turn the key to the "II" position.
  3. Slide the punch pin into the Silverado's access hole on the underside of the steering column under the ignition.
  4. Push up on the punch pin while you pull the ignition out of the steering column.

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How is the best way to remove the oil filter on my 92 s-15 Jimmy? I'm having trouble getting to it.


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I am having trouble getting the side wall of small tire to seal against the wheel.


I take it we are talking a tubeless tyre, the way I do it is to remove the valve core use a wide luggage strap to contrict the tyre and inflate until the tyre seals against the rim, once the tyre has seated you can refit the valve core and inflate the tyre to it's correct pressure. hope this helps

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If it is a inflatable I would suggest mixing soap and water in a sprayer and inflate it back to normal then spray the whole kayak down and look for bubble, then youll find your leak.

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