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if its more than a few yrs old replace it

Home | Answered 8 hours ago

Do you know if it is just suction cupped wherever you have this handle? If so try getting the thinnest spatula you have pancake Turner whatever people call them put a little bit of oil on the end of it see if you can't get underneath it and pop it loose I figure if it is the suction cup ones you might be in luck if my tip don't help I hope one will for you hell if I knew you I'd come over and fix it straight away for you

Home | Answered on Oct 11, 2020

The reason they all go off, is that they are hard wired and all alarm, even if let's say, there's only smoke in one room. It's a safety feature, so that everyone in the house, not matter where they are in house, will know an alarm has sounded.

As to why your vacuum sets of the alarm is somewhat of a mystery. Could it be the vibration? Possibly, but unlikely. Could it be dust that's kicked up by the vacuum? This is more of a plausible reason.

I suspect, that the smoke alarm may have a coating of dust already in it. When more dust or air movement is generated, it trips the alarm.

This can be remedied by cleaning all the detectors with canned compressed air with a straw nozzle (like you clean your computer with). Simply, remove the cover(s) and blow out the inside of the detector(s). If you can't get the cover(s) off, most had wired detectors have a battery backup in each detector, in case of a power outage. Remove the battery(s) and use that opening to gain access to the interior of the detector.

I think this will solve your "alarming" problem.

Universal... | Answered on Oct 09, 2020

No owners manuals. they quit making that tub over 6 years ago.
What do you need to know about it?

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Home | Answered on Oct 05, 2020

Push the button in the middle of the connector. After you hear a click, pull the plug with force away from the connector while holding firm with the connector.

Home | Answered on Oct 02, 2020

I pressed ******* the time button and hit the minute button as you suggested. It worked!!!! Thank you! I have an old clock that belonged to my dad from a very, very long time ago.

Home | Answered on Sep 19, 2020

I found the problem with all electronic bidet ToTo C100 or whatever electric model always has real bad smell and it is garbage. You can not eliminate the bad smell from the electric bidet seat. I have a bidet ToTo SW2034 C100, and I clean it with vinegar. But the bad smell has been eliminated for 3 days AND THE BAD SMELL CAME BACK AGAIN. ELECTRIC AND THE HEAT CAUSES THE HEAT FROM URIN. DO NOT USE ELECTRIC BIDET. The bidet seat without electricity is the best because it is easy to clean and also it does not create a bad smell.

Toto Washlet... | Answered on Sep 13, 2020

Had the same problem. I took out back-up battery out and unplugged clock. Waited one minute plugged back in. All was back to normal. Put battery back in.

Home | Answered on Sep 09, 2020

normally there is a small ratchet pall that clicks as you wind it up and holds the spring energy
either that or the end of the coil spring has broken off

Fisher Price... | Answered on Sep 09, 2020

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