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RE: What toilet part do I need?

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cannesdo 07/02/22 06:43pm Tech Issues
What toilet part do I need?

My toilet still flushes fine but when you press on the pedal you have to put your toe under it and pull it back up. I'm guessing it's a spring in the water valve assembly -- should I just get the appropriate valve assembly kit? There's no leaking. It's been like this for over a year. Doesn't feel sticky, feels like a spring is missing or worn out. Actually I have a vague recollection of something making a sound at the time it first lost its ability to spring right back. Haven't changed that valve assembly for a very long time. Do I need a new pedal with that or will the old pedal work fine with a new valve assembly? I just tried some WD40 and now it's a little worse...phff. Actually, now I'm thinking it's the spring cartridge assembly. ? Thanks much...selling my rig after 15 years and moving into my first house. It's time. Appreciate all the help over the years...
cannesdo 07/02/22 05:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Vacuum issues

Ok...I'll check the screen leading to the motor. I've changed the bag regularly.
cannesdo 11/28/21 04:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Vacuum issues

Ok...I'll check the screen leading to the motor. I've changed the bag regularly.
cannesdo 11/28/21 04:57pm Tech Issues
Vacuum issues

My rig is 20 years old. The house vacuum suction pretty much stopped. I've run a snake through the tube and don't feel any blockages. it smells hot even when I disconnect the hose from the box in the basement and pull up the tab so it powers on. Do you suppose the whole vacuum is fried? Even if the there was a blockage, with the hose disconnected the vacuum shouldn't smell hot. Thanks...
cannesdo 11/28/21 01:51pm Tech Issues
Microwave door won't close/latch

My Alpenlite came with a Sharp Carousel Over the Rage Microwave model R-1480. The latch stopped working and the door is hanging open so I figure it's time to just replace the thing since it no longer rotates either. I don't even know how to get it off the wall, much less what to replace it with. I'm looking to buy a house in the next year or so, so I'm not terribly picky and the oven works great now that I have a baking stone in it so I don't see any need to install a convection oven. Has anyone found a good replacement for this microwave? I'd like to stick with black since the range is black. That's pretty much all I care about at this point. Is the goal to just find a microwave with the same dimensions that can be wall-mounted? Any insight would be appreciated....Many thanks... Update: Found a youtube video. The little loop that the spring hooks into breaks on a lot of microwaves. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaFP8JrgUlc Mine didn't have a loop. Crazy setup...It had some kind of plastic ledge that it hooked onto somehow. So that broke off causing the door not to latch. I ended up putting a bead of hot glue on the back wall of the door and hooking the spring into that. Don't know how long it will last. If it comes loose I'll glue a long piece of wood onto the back wall and hook it into that. Saves me having to take the whole thing down to replace it...Door closed and it fired right back up. Annnnnd, it just gave way. Any ideas how I can secure something to plastic (like a 2"x1/4"x1/8" piece of wood/pastic/metal) with a bond that is strong enough to hold, like...forever?...Silicone?
cannesdo 09/20/21 01:36am Tech Issues
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