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Hi Chris:
It is usually easiest to rest the weight on the tailgate of a pickup truck (or some other device) and then slip out of the harness.
Another technique is to lift bend forward while at the same time rising one shoulder and lowering the other. That will create "slack" on the low shoulder side allowing you to get that arm out.
Cheers

Stanley Garden | Answered on Mar 19, 2016


Gerard, PLEASE contact me at (941) 391-5152 or WFBanach@aol.com so I can hire you to replace the batteries in my Stanley barflex bf0109 light like you did above with vastly more run time mAh. I need someone to do it for me. I'm disabled. I just joined fixya.

Thanks,
Wallace Franklin Banach...

Stanley Garden | Answered on Nov 14, 2015


Disconnect the wand from the washer if you get water coming out of the discharge, the problem is in your wand or the line is plugged going to the wand.

Stanley Garden | Answered on May 26, 2015


The numbers on the side of a framing square are used for many things. The small leg allows you to quickly lay out a wall on16" centers. The other rows of numbers help you figure the correct sizes to cut for hip roofs (roofs that have slope on all four sides.)You can get an instruction Manual from Stanley or it may be availabile on the net. Google (framing square instructions)

Stanley... | Answered on Mar 09, 2015


Remove the fittings and check the internal screens, probably rusted and or clogged.

Stanley 1800 PSI... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015


broken belt
broken gear insde of housing
out of adjustment

Stanley 15 HP 45... | Answered on Oct 29, 2014


If you switch the unit on and water spits out of a connection, that's where you either put the O-rings or replace them.

Stanley Garden | Answered on Sep 21, 2014


Drive out to the country side and look for a ACE or TrueValue hardware store. Bring your sprayer with you. They will likely have the right part for you in stock.

Stanley... | Answered on Sep 01, 2014


There is a spring in there that makes it recoil. It has probably broken. Depending on who made the engine you can get a replacement for the whole assembly. A small engine shop should be able to replace it for a not a lot of money.

Stanley Gas... | Answered on Aug 15, 2014

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