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Oil Mark How to reduce the oil mark on paper when using heavy weight or extra heavy weight setting. Lot of oil line on the paper surface.

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  • desmond58 Aug 12, 2008

    is that the one with the material something like sponch?

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Assuming you do not have any machine problem, you could try what I do on some jobs............I take a lint free soft cloth and buff the oil residue. Works almost every time and does not take very long.


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Hi friend just u clean oil blade and oil assembly... if u have new blade just change that.. this only sollution for this problem..

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • jai kumar Aug 12, 2008

    thats name oil wick... oil blade touching in small orange and black roller.. its a rough rubber blade.. u clened wick also...

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I have a Singer sewing machine#7258 what setting and needle and thread do I use to sew leather


Hope it is light weight leather. It should not be used on heavy leather.

Use a brand new heavy needle (leather). Avoid using upholstery or thicker thread as that sometimes does not feed well through the needle eye. Set it for a longer stitch. And you might want to adjust the presser foot pressure to accommodate the thicker fabric under the presser foot. Also, a leather foot, roller foot, or walking foot may be helpful--if if not available, try using parchment paper (or something similar) on the surface of the leather to help it slide under the presser foot..

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Spread gravel with riding mower


Generally riding mowers lack the weight, power, and frame structure that is needed for heavy work like plowing dirt, moving stone, etc. You can maybe move small amounts of light stone by using a snow-plow set up with weights and chains but beware of over-loading the engine or trans. If you have a hydrostatic type transmission I do not recommend this at all as the one used in almost all riding mowers is simply not strong enough for any extra work at all, even mowing on decent slopes, or towing a small cart can severely shorten the lifespan of those transmissions and will result in an expensive paper-weight.

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How to hang a mirror without nails


Instructions
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      Select a location to hang your mirror by holding it up on different areas of the wall. If possible, ask another person to hold the mirror while you stand on the other side of the room to judge the best spot for displaying it. Once you've decided on a spot, mark the wall lightly with a pencil along the top and bottom edges and/or corners of the mirror.

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      Place a level against the wall horizontally at the top pencil marks and tilt it up and down slightly until the bubble centers inside the glass tube in the level.

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      Draw a line lightly with your pencil along the edge of the level.

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      Lay a thick towel or blanket on a flat work surface and place the mirror on top of it, reflective side down.

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      Wipe the back of the mirror with a damp cloth to remove any dirt or debris sticking to the surface and wait 15 to 20 minutes for it to dry. In addition, wipe the wall down and wipe or air-dry it. If either surface has greasy or oily stains or other marks, wash the surfaces with mild detergent, rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth to remove any residue, then wipe or air-dry.

    • 6

      Affix strips of heavy-duty, double-sided, mirror-mounting tape to the back of the mirror along the sides, top and bottom.

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      Remove the paper backing from the double-sided tape strips, align the top of your mirror with the pencil line on the wall and press the mirror firmly against the wall.

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      Erase any visible pencil marks.

Tips & Warnings
  • If you need to mount a heavy mirror without putting a hole in a wall, hire a professional mirror installer.

  • Never touch the adhesive surface with your fingers because you can transfer oil to the adhesive that can reduce its ability to bond to surfaces.

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My shredder squeaks when in use, does it need regular lubrication? If so, what do I use?


Visit the link below for various types of shredder oils.
http://www.factory-express.com/Shredder_Oil__Bags-2025.htm
Regular use of paper shredders creates paper dust that can dry out components, dull the blades, clog the machine and burn out the motor. However, with proper oiling and maintenance, a paper shredder can last for years.
Oiling a shredder can be accomplished using one of two quick methods. The paper method limits excess oil to the paper, reducing the chance of it splattering when you turn the machine back on. This method is more common than the second and can be used with all kinds of shredders. The paperless method may be less common, but it is just as effective at removing dust buildup from the blades of the shredder.
The Paper Method:1. Place a sheet of paper on or above a surface that will not be marred or damaged should you spill oil on it.2. Apply the oil to one side of the paper in a wide zigzag pattern across the whole face of the page to ensure sufficient coverage. Do not saturate the paper with oil.
3. Turn the shredder on and run the oiled piece of paper through the shredder. As the paper shreds, the oil that has been absorbed by the paper will lubricate the blades. The motion of the blades will distribute oil so the shredder continues to operate smoothly.
3. Feed a few more papers into the shredder to absorb residual oil from the cutting assembly. The Paperless Method:1. Set the shredder to manual mode so you can control the direction of the blades and the amount of time the blades are in motion.2. With the paper shredder turned off, squirt a solid line of oil into the paper entry lengthwise across the paper-shredder blades.
3. Start
the paper shredder in reverse, allowing it to run for 10 to 20 seconds before stopping the blades. This will evenly distribute the oil to all parts of the cutting assembly.
4. Return
the shredder to automatic mode. Then feed two or three sheets of paper into it to absorb the excess oil from the machine. Tip:
How often you should oil your paper shredder depends mostly on how much you use it. Office shredders that see heavy use every day will need to be oiled several times a week, while home machines used occasionally need be oiled only a few times a year. Cross-cut shredders will require more frequent oiling than other paper shredder varieties because they have more blades and create much more paper dust.
You can purchase a shredder lubricating oil from any major electronic or office supplies store or you can contact Royal customer service at 908-429-4357.

Feb 20, 2012 | Royal Sc120 Shredder

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Blue smudge marks are printing on the edge of the paper


These defects normally occur when printing is attempted on unsupported media or when the printer is set up for a different type of media than the media that is actually loaded into the machine.


Check your media and ensure that it is suitable for use in the printer. Refer to the printer's user manual for information on supported media types and weights. Is the media you are printing on supported in the printer?


Ensure that the paper type is set accurately on the printer operator panel (go to Menu/Paper Menu/Size-Type/Tray1/Type). Is the paper type set correctly on the printer operator panel?


Change the paper weight setting to heavy on the printer operator panel (go to Menu/Paper Menu/Size-Type/Tray1/Type/Heavy Paper/Check button). Try printing your document again. Did the error return? If the error returns, please contact Lexmark Technical Support for further assistance.

Jul 12, 2011 | Lexmark C532n Color Laser Printer

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Taking to long to dry


  1. Separate heavy weight items from light weight items when creating loads. Heavy fabrics take longer to dry because they tend to retain more moisture. To help reduce and maintain more consistent drying times for large and heavy fabrics, separate these items into smaller loads of a consistent size.
  2. Use the appropriate control settings for the type of load you are drying.
  3. Please confirm that the lint filter is clean prior to each new load of laundry.
  4. Divide your larger load into a number of smaller loads.
  5. If you are only drying a handful of items, add a few extra pieces to help ensure proper tumbling action.
  6. Confirm that the exhaust venting ductwork is properly configured. Confirm that the venting is free of obstructions. Confirm that the outside wall dampers are moving freely, that the dampers are not pushed in, and that nothing has been set against the dampers.

Oct 27, 2009 | Maytag Dryers

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We have a lg dryer and it takes very long to dry clothes, I have checked out the vents and still does the the same,please give advise thank you


  1. Separate heavy weight items from light weight items when creating loads. Heavy fabrics take longer to dry because they tend to retain more moisture. To help reduce and maintain more consistent drying times for large and heavy fabrics, separate these items into smaller loads of a consistent size.
  2. Use the appropriate control settings for the type of load you are drying.
  3. Please confirm that the lint filter is clean prior to each new load of laundry.
  4. Divide your larger load into a number of smaller loads.
  5. If you are only drying a handful of items, add a few extra pieces to help ensure proper tumbling action.
  6. Confirm that the exhaust venting ductwork is properly configured. Confirm that the venting is free of obstructions. Confirm that the outside wall dampers are moving freely, that the dampers are not pushed in, and that nothing has been set against the dampers.

Oct 23, 2009 | LG DLG5988 Gas Dryer

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Black ink mark


try this......run a card with heavy matte paper using 'regular settings'.....see if the extra black is gone then

Oct 04, 2008 | Epson Printer

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Printing on heavy cardstock


HP recommends papers with ratings of at least 90 for brightness and 75 g/m2 (20 pound) weight. before u proceed....remove the rear access door to reveal the rollers.Take a slightly wet cotton cloth and wipe the rollers in the upward direction 4 times.Close the rear access door. now do as said - START -PRINTERS & FAXES -CHOOSE THE PRINTER ICON THAT HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED WITH A CORRECT MARK. - RIGHT CLICK - PRINTING PREFERANCES - PAPER/QUALITY TAB - CUSTOM -Create a new custom paper size that is dependable on the paper you are using - type a name & SAVE -ok -ok -try printing if the problem still insists the report back and do mention which tool you are using for the printout. if its heavy pearlized paper then i do not think th eprinter would accept it . it maintains its own standard weight to detect the paper.

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