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The "plumber" who did the original installation may have used undersized pipe or failed to flush the fixtures. Another possibility is the fixtures are inadequate for the intended use. Your new home warranty is valid for a limited time so the second plumber is letting the clock run out. You may wind up paying out of pocket to have a real plumber get things straightened out.

Home | Answered on Nov 29, 2020


I am no expert on such matters but I hear it isn't easy even with modern radar and satellite observation though of course much depends on the size of the vessel, the construction and the range you wish to track it as well as whether you are fixed or mobile and your elevation.

The best way is to place a radio beacon aboard and have at least three listening stations equipped with direction-finding receiving equipment.

Home | Answered on Nov 27, 2020


maybe you could get the fire dept to come by and test for high co levels. sounds to me like you need to

Home | Answered on Nov 26, 2020


with a voltage tester aka multimeter set to dc volts

Home | Answered on Nov 22, 2020


replace the battery

Home | Answered on Nov 22, 2020


I would suggest you ONLY DO THIS when the stove is COLD! Always Use Safety Gloves when touching a Stove.
Some stoves have a "Lift and Swing" latch where you use a handle to slide the door up a short amount then swing it outwards.
Others have a "Slide" latch where you slide a peg or handle across a slot to unlock the doors.
Another version of this can be a 'twist' instead of a slide.

Home | Answered on Nov 12, 2020


Find the Trouble and stop it. Find the Fire and put it out.

contact the maker of your mystery device

Home | Answered on Nov 03, 2020


Try to remove batteries and set clock again. Last night was time change and maybe that is the reason.

Home | Answered on Nov 01, 2020


Use any bleach based product that is sold to clean baths and showers. However you will need to give it time for it to work and this is how you do it. Put on a pair of rubber gloves and a pair of safety specs to protect your hands and eyes from bleach splashes. Now take a sheet of kitchen paper towel and roll it up or tear it into strips. Sellotape it in position at each end along the run of mould. Use more than one sheet if necessary. Then carefully wet the rolled up towel with bleach and when soggy push it firmly onto the mould. Leave overnight to do its work and take it off in the morning and you should find that the mould has gone. The paper towell should be disposed of carefully as it may be a health hazard (mould and bleach) so put it in a rubbish bag as soon as possible.

Home | Answered on Oct 30, 2020


Request instructions directly from Miomare.

Home | Answered on Oct 29, 2020


Breville is no longer viable.

Home | Answered on Oct 29, 2020


Try a simple solution first. Spray the key hole and the door mechanism with a good amount of light spray oil. Then operate the key and locking mechanism 10 to 15 times to spread the oil around the parts inside. This should act as a lubricant and an light antifreeze.

Home | Answered on Oct 26, 2020

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