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if this is installed in a small rv , wow I know all about the problem with these , seems this type of pump allows one to draw water from a storage tank on board and the user provides the "power" via moving the handle up/down to draw up the water , but then when in the park you can connect fresh park water to faucet and using the same handle in opposite direction pressurized water flows out of it , first thing , its in a rv !! if inside air temp is not maintained 24/7 365 between 35F and 210F it plastic its gonna crack (mine did) and I don't know about you but my rv is outta my mind in the off season so no temp is being maintained inside it , if this is what happened then just replace it , no glue will hold up to its use ! second parks water pressures vary so carry your own water pressure regulator and use it between park and your rv ! these things only handle about 40 psi and then they crack open , and last but not least invest in some food grade rv antifreeze this is great stuff to "put up" the rv for the off season run it thru everything that gets water into it saves you tons on replacing things in the spring time

Leisure... | Answered on Aug 26, 2015

your going to have to email the company directly so that you might get it replaced if you have warranty on the product here is the email address and phone number enquiries@karcher.co.uk & 01295 752 000

Garden | Answered 2 hours ago

check pulleys --deck alignment - belt damaged or stretched

Garden | Answered 7 hours ago

I expect the design of your new chainsaw will be similar to many small engined tools where owners often discover they need an extra hand.

Usually the throttle is opened (trigger pulled) and then the trigger lock is pressed and the trigger released. The lock will hold the throttle partway open; freeing both hands to hold the tool steady and pull the starter. The partway open throttle makes starting easier and once started, the engine will run fast aiding a quick warmup and less chance of dying or fading.
Once the engine has warmed enough so the choke can be disengaged, a quick squeeze of the trigger will allow the trigger lock to disengage...

Garden | Answered 15 hours ago

Unfortunately, the manufacturer no longer carries the TF065 for the ST6000 trimmer/edger. No substitute is listed. The TF065 is no longer in stock at any of the parts stores that I checked. The Parts List and direct order information is available here: http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=ST6000 .

You can try other Service Centers in your area to see if they have any spools remaining in stock. Use the Service Center lookup tool here http://www.dewalt.com/Find-Service-Center.aspx .

I wish that I had better news for you.

Cindy Wells

Garden | Answered 15 hours ago

Return to where you purchased it and request instructions or offer to exchange it for one with instructions.

Garden | Answered 15 hours ago

On a lawn tractor look for the bypass rod on the rear of the machine. Pull rod and lock into bypass postion. A ZTR will have two similar rods for left and right transaxles. Reverse procedure to take out of bypass.


Garden | Answered 16 hours ago

Your exact options depends on the actual trimmer your using. With an electric trimmer, there are no options. In gas, you can usually install a head that has three plastic blades or a saw blade (resembling a circular saw balse.) But it all depends of the brand and model you have.

Garden | Answered 18 hours ago

Alternator charging unit not working properly is the most likely, but could also be a safety switch or believe it or not the ignition switch. The ignition switch if bad can draw small amounts of current when not running and cause battery to drain just enough to start but not enough to engage the pto

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