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How do I adjust the nut on the pedal of DXC 5000 DUAL ACTION CYCLE to allow the pedal to move freely on the bolt that srews into the long arm of the bicycle pedal?

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Michial Gueffroy

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SOURCE: bike pedal arm keeps falling off as i pedal.

You need a new crank arm. If you ride with the nut loosened what happens is the square part of the bottom bracket shaft wears the hole out in the aluminum crank and it no longer fits snugly no matter how much you tighten it down.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: logitech dual action game pad not working on Combat arms

Yes guys, I spent 5 hours on this. You know what the problem is? Its the HackShield Pro software this game uses. Everytime you start the game you will see HackShield Pro starting up. This shild treats a gamepad as a "hacking tool". Every online game these days is protected with such shields; another example is PunkBuster. To by pass this shiled is a pain in the ****. It needs scripting and thats not legal anyways.

The only way around this is to contact HackShield and ask them to add your profiler software to their whitelist. Read the last answer in this topic for more info:

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Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Maytag MDB3700AWE bottom wash arm does not move Freely by hand

Dish washer does not drain. Checked for food being stuck anywhere. removed wash arm and plastic housing and checked for any type of blockage. Dishwasher hardly used.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Driver side wiper blade not moving when you turn

the wiper transmission which is also know as a linkage is stripped out

Posted on Feb 27, 2010

Ted Schore

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SOURCE: The shifting lever moves freely

just buy a new arm.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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On my 87 Toyota truck, the "V" belt idler for my AC pump was adjusted by loosening the nut in the center of the pulley wheel, then adjusting a bolt behind the idle pulley in or out as needed. Turing the bolt moves the pulley in or out depending on what way you turn it. When the belt is tight, you then lock the pulley in place by tightening the bolt in the center of the pulley. My alternator was the belt tensioner for the second belt. The top nut would allow the alternator to move, but you also had to loosen the lower bolt and nut under the alternator to allow it to pivot on that bolt. The top nut was tightened when the desire belt tension was achieved. The lower bolt is tightened back as well. Over tightening the belt can put extra wear on the alternator and water pump bearings, so use caution.


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