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Question about 1995 Golf

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...Clutch cable I need to compress it to reinstall it any tricks look above the clutch cable the is a rubber boot, abot 8-10 inches long. If u notice on either end of this boot are rubber prongs, or ...

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...rubber bands inside out and carefully return to rollers 5 - remove toner cartridge 6 - remove print drum assembly 7 - return printer drum assembly and toner cartridge the roller trick helps the ...

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Question about Shark GI490 Iron

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...to remove rear cover. Can't get the lower portion of back cover to release. What is the trick? pry rubber feet from the bottom below the two lower screw holes there two screws under the rubber feet

is there a trick to pulling the rubbers offf the top of plugs or do you just pull hard just grip the rubbers and pull.DO NOT pull the ht cables !

Question about 700G Work Top Blender

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...rubber seal is busted, there is not real trick to removing the blade assembly. It will be easier if you have a belt wrench, it looks like the oil filter wrench but with a wide rubber belt instead. ...

Question about 700G Work Top Blender

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...trick to do that. and from where can i get the original thin blue rubber. Knowing cassette makers I doubt there will be a simple way to do it. You could look for the service manual, but I wouldn't ...

...trick to knowing when is important.  Visually, it is difficult to know.  I suggest dragging a ping pong ball over the rubber from one side, across the middle, and over to the ...

...cleaned !! I am unable to separate the jug and base to clean the rubber seal as its really difficult to unscrew them apart !! SOak them in hot water with some dawn soap maybe that might do the

...trick to it thanks rubber has come out between door and washing barrel its not strecthed but i cant get the knack to get it back in, any tricks to it do i have to take the guts out off machine thks ...

Question about 700G Work Top Blender

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...rubber part on. Hi This is a very common problem and unfortunately there are not universal pads that be easily put on for a quick fix. A cool trick I learned years ago is this..Go to your local ...

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