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You first need to see how they operate. If you can visit a fire station, perhaps they can explain how they function. You might also want to contact Hurst Tools for some assistance in understanding how they operate.
These are hydraulic tools, and once you understand where the actions points are, you should be able to construct something that will work in a limited fashion. Here is their website address: http://www.jawsoflife.com/. There is a contact link at the bottom of the page.
It seems like its a jammed print head for this try cleaning your print head using the cleaning utility thats present in your printer software, (NOTE: Head cleaning will consume a lot of ink) Or you can just clean your head with isopropryl alcohol.
1. Isopropryl alcohol
2. Syringe 10 or 20ml
3. Tube(I used medical tube) that fits in the tip of the syringe and the nozzle
1. First remove the needle from the syringe and fit the tube into the tip till its firm.
2. Pull 10 ml of isopropryl alcohol inside the syringe (note: no vacuum or air should remain inside the syringe)
3. Fit the tip of the tube on the nozzle of the print head and slowly squirt about 5ml of isopropryl into the nozzle and pull back till all the isopropryl comes back while pulling back clogged inks will come inside the syringe repeat this till the nozzle is clear. repeat this to all the nozzles. don't forget to throw away all the dirts (clogged inks that will come inside the syringe) and do it slowly, though it will take much time but it will be helpful. I was able to clear my jammed print head with this procedure hope this will help you.
the way i do mine, get a large syringe put a 3.5-4mm inside dia. rubber tube ie fuel pipe, empty the clutch slave and fill the syringe with fluid put the tube on the nipple with the nipple open put syringe on the other end and push fluid in slowly make sure you take the cap off the master first, you will have to fill the syringe more than once when you finish emtying the syringe close the nipple each time, keep an eye on the master pot on the handle bars, when it gets to the high limit leave it for 15 seconds and then slowly press the clutch leaver and push the fluid into the syringe, each time you push the fluid make sure you don't run the master pot empty that must have a small amount in it, then wait until the air bubbles have stopped in both the syringe and the master pot, do this until there are no bubbles top and bottom and then tighten the nipple and put the cap on and try it.. I've found its the fastest way so far.
the best way to bleed them is with a syringe and a bit of rubber tube. take off the resavoir tops, crack the nipples. do one at a time. fit tube over the nipple, fit the syringe into the pipe,make sure it is a tight fit bothe ends of the tube. fill syringe with dot 4 brake fluid. gently push in the plunger, very gently untill all air bubbles come out of the brake resevoir. hope this helps.
The problem is the defrost drain is pluged. At the rear of the frig section up at the top you will see a small cup where the water drains into. I always used a large syringe with a rubber hose attached. Fill the syringe with hot tap water and flush the ice out of the drain tube. Once cleaned out and the water runs freely your problem will be solved.
Hi there, you ay not want to detach it if its full and stinking!!
You could try using an ink syringe to remove a little at a time, alternatively a wet and dry hoover to remove it, then spray with something nice that is antibacterial.
Hope this helps, Chris