Based on your spelling, I'm guessing you're located outside of the US. So, I don't know if this product is available where you are: Naval Jelly. It's a gel that you spread on the joint...
8 Answers · Home & Garden · 15/03/2007
Totally agree with the lifter problem as mentioned. Lifters "bleeding down" when engine not running for a period of time. In the past I have experienced rough running due to lifter/pushrod wear and general valve timing...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/03/2008
the valves are pretty basic. it sounds like he shoved something inside the spouts up under the valve. look in them.
1 Answers · Home & Garden · 30/05/2007
probably have some frozen pipes, is the cold really really cold? for some reason it seemed that only my hot water pipes would freeze on the inside of the house but the cold wouldn't usually, don't really get that.
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 06/02/2010
There is a Shift interlock solenoid under the dash that allows you to remove the car from Park once you push the brake pedal. If you put the car in any gear ( except Park or Neutral) with the Emergency brake set, do you hear the clicking when you...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/11/2010
James manages to mention every part the the system that DOESN'T have anything to do with water temperature. ALL modern showers have a pressure balancing valve that maintains the relative pressure of the hot and cold water into the shower. That...
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 10/07/2014
I have the same thing in my bathroom. Only the water in the tub runs brown for a few minutes before it gets clear. I figured that the pipes into the tub are old & rusted or suffering from corrosion. In your...
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 20/08/2008
It depends on your location. If you are in warmer climates like the US SW, then your discharge temp will be between 60-80 deg. If you are in a cold climate, your water temp could be between 40-50 deg.
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 04/07/2007
This is the best damaged screw remover I have ever used. http://www.4grabit.com/Default.asp?bhcp=1 If that doesn't work, drill it out and replace the stem..
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 28/06/2009