Repairing An Automotive Tire Bead Leak With Sealer

Aluminum wheel refinishing… So you go through here (procedure), and after you get done bead blasting it, Check this out… If the wheel had a machined aluminum finish, spin the wheel and use sand paper in order to restore the circular machined appearance. (laughing) Now that’s precision ladies and gentleman. That is precision. (sarcasm) So […]

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Replacing a Cartridge – HP Deskjet 2050 All-in-One Printer | HP DeskJet | HP

So you need to replace a cartridge in your HP printer. Let’s walk through the steps together. The first thing to do is turn the printer on, so press the Power button. Next, open the paper output tray and raise the paper input tray. Then, load paper into the input tray until it stops. Slide […]

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How to Replace the Pressure Switch on a Hotpoint Washing Machine

Hi, I’m Mat from eSpares. In this video, I’ll show you how to replace a pressure switch in a Hotpoint washing machine. If your washing machine is overfilling then do please check the pressure chamber and the pressure hose, before replacing the pressure switch. Safety first always disconnect the appliance before carrying out any work. […]

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Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course: World History and today we are going to talk about something we haven’t discussed much here at Crash Course. Peace. Peaceful, non-violent protest. Mr. Green! Mr. Green! Finally an episode where no one gets killed. Mmmm. Ehhh. Some people are gonna get killed, Me From the Past. […]

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Refrigerator Maintenance – Replacing Ice & Water Filter (Whirlpool Part# 4396508)

Steve: Hi, it’s Steve from PartSelect. Today we are going to show you how to change the ice water from your refrigerator. Really easy job, no tools required, let me show you how it’s done. Before we begin this repair, first thing we need to disable the ice maker on the refrigerator, as we don’t […]

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