Rustoleum Enamel, Gloss Black, 12 oz - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Ensure the surface is clean AND wax free.

Rustoleum... | Answered on Apr 13, 2014 | 169 views

Buy one of ebay for about 20 dollars

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Try contacting the manufacturer/distributor to inquire.

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Please call the Rexel Category Manager on 01296 732286 for a solution. Thanks.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 29, 2020 | 445 views

Liters. A milliliter is one thousandth of a liter, perhaps enough paint to cover a square meter if spread thinly.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 26, 2020 | 260 views

Many nailers and staplers have a safety device that prevents firing unless the tool is pressed against the workpiece - to prevent them being fired like a weapon.

The safety lockout is necessarily compact but is often badly designed and cheaply made and seem almost to be added as an afterthought. In my experience, when a stapler becomes cantankerous, moody, hit and miss, it is either an internal break in the power cord or the safety lockout (if fitted).

Might be worth checking if Arrow provide a repair or exchange service...

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 10, 2020 | 16 views

Manuals aren't thick on the ground - a google search provides only vague references, however all is not lost as this type of sander is often a generic type label engineered with only minor variations to reflect a price range.

The machines tend to be so similar a manual for almost any brand that looks even vaguely like yours will provide the basic information.

The machines are intuitive to use and you shouldn't have any problems and the hardest thing about them is cleaning the disc prior to sticking a new abrasive disc on.
They are a very useful machine especially to a woodworker and the disc sander will allow the end grain of timber to be sanded smooth accurately to the desired angle.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jul 14, 2020 | 41 views

Open the RO tap and drain the RO tank (capture and use later). The tap will run a steady stream until tank empties. When tank empties the steady stream will switch to a drip, drip, drip,... This is normal and is the production output rate of the system.

If you capture the drips into a measured container a typical rate is 1 quart per hour, more or less given input line pressure and condition of system filters. Time how long it takes to capture a cup (8oz) and do the math.

The RO feed line is likely a piercing saddled type valve. It will take several turns (clockwise) to close the valve. Keep turning CW until it stops. With the tank empty (tap will drip, drip, drip,...) close the filter feed line valve and the drip, drip, drip will eventually stop, indicating the system no longer has water pressure.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 14, 2020 | 50 views

I had the same inquery at my shop today on a Cummins hoist #6832. I have attached a PDF and am pretty sure this is how it goes. Hope this helps. Spent a good afternoon researching this one.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 05, 2020 | 1,369 views

It will have to be dismantled to discover the source of the smell before you make the decision to repair or replace.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 05, 2020 | 40 views

In searching the internet, a web posting said this was a similar model sold under several names.

Free manual for similar model Craftsman at the following link:

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on May 14, 2020 | 137 views

Call manufacturer toll free number shown in free online manual for assistance. (Not posting actual phone number here due to frequent fraudulent spam phone numbers posted on FIXYA.)

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on May 05, 2020 | 652 views

Yes, you can buy them or rent them, visit the below link or Google search "Home Depot Paint Sprayer":

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Apr 29, 2020 | 209 views

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Apr 23, 2020 | 57 views

How to Unjam a Bostitch Stapler
  1. Disconnect the construction stapler from the air supply. Use a hammer and punch to do this. ...
  2. Push the driver upwards and past the jammed staple. Do this by putting the punch at the tip of the driver, which you should see coming out of the nose. ...
  3. Tap the hammer against the punch and the jam should clear.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Mar 27, 2020 | 167 views

All air tools need regular, sparing application of tool oil to maintain the seals and minimize moisture damage. With the tool disconnected from the air line, drip one or two drops of air tool oil -- NOT motor oil or any solvent -- into the air connector. Position the tool so the air connector is up, allowing the oil to run down into the tool.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Mar 24, 2020 | 792 views

Try this link it should help you:

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Mar 16, 2020 | 244 views

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