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Building... | Answered 7 minutes ago | 12 views

The repair/purchase decision depends upon its age in appliance years, general condition, and availability/cost of repair parts.

GE Monogram®... | Answered 8 minutes ago | 14 views

we wouldnt know. this website is usa based

Miscellaneous | Answered 8 minutes ago | 12 views

Fixya does not sell Cooks Essentials parts. Try Cooks Essentials directly.

Kitchen... | Answered 11 minutes ago | 12 views

The sensor would've had to have been cross threaded pretty badly to score the threads in the block so be certain that's where the leak is coming from...they can be pretty misleading sometimes.

Having said that, if you are certain that there is seepage coming from between the block and the sensor there's a couple of options.
You can try using a liquid gasket on the threading when you reseat the sensor (be sure to use brake cleans to clean the port and threads and be sure it's dry before application) since there isn't a crazy amount of psi and if it's a narrow enough gap it should do.
If that's not enough find a compatible 'stop leak' additive for your oil and use with a new liquid gasket on the sensor.

If that's not enough and you can see where the crack/split/hole you can try bronzing the port and re tap it...but a cracked block is serious business and may be a sign of more serious trouble. Good luck!

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 minutes ago | 15 views

Sometimes you can get lucky using a deep socket and long extension but if the bolts are corroded you will be long at the task

Plumbing | Answered 25 minutes ago | 15 views

Not familiar with this boiler however I did some searching and believe your code is showing low pressure. I found this attachment below if it post with my answer. Credit Pete Coles

Heating &... | Answered 34 minutes ago | 16 views

Most Santa Fe model from that year had traction control fitted as standard. Check the dashboard centre console. There will be a button marked like the attached image. Different car makers put them in different places. It could be anywhere from next to the gear stick to up high on the centre of the dashboard.

2005 Hyundai... | Answered 38 minutes ago | 17 views

Contact Fitbit for return instructions.

Exercise &... | Answered 39 minutes ago | 16 views

Go to and enter the model. With luck, you will be presented with a list of common replacement parts/assemblies and may be able to view a video showing disassembly.

Maytag Dryers | Answered 48 minutes ago | 47 views

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Water Heaters | Answered 49 minutes ago | 14 views

unpair jbl speaker in windows 10
then put jbl speaker into pairing mode
then on windows 10 pair speaker in bluetooth settings
test speaker to see / hear if it now works

ASUS Computers &... | Answered 49 minutes ago | 18 views

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Computers &... | Answered 50 minutes ago | 13 views

Blower is running, check thermostat, sounds like it is setting on fan mode. Make sure thermostat is turned to heat not accidentally on cool and fan switch on thermostat in in auto mode not fan mode.

Heating &... | Answered 52 minutes ago | 13 views

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