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How to Lubricate a Box Fan
Category : Home & Garden
A box fan provides an inexpensive means for moving air and cooling off an area during hot summer months (and other times as well). To keep the box fan operating efficiently, regularly lubricate the motor. A few tools and supplies will be needed -- these may already be on hand, but can be purchased from a hardware store if needed.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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How to Lubricate a Car
Category : Cars
A vehicle's chassis supports the weight of the vehicle and components like suspension systems and steering arms. In order to keep the chassis in top working order, it should be lubricated every three months or 10,000 miles. A good rule of thumb is to lubricate it during every other oil change. To lubricate the chassis, the vehicle's grease fittings need to be located. These will be in different pl

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How to Lubricate a Table Saw
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
A table saw allows you to make straight, accurate cuts every time, as long as the tool is properly maintained. Lubricating the table saw makes it much easier to adjust.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Safety glasses
Gloves
White lithium grease
Table saw wrench
Scrap of wood
Non-silicon paste wax
Compressed air

Unplug the table sa


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How to Lubricate a Mini-14
Category : Sports & Fitness
Ruger guns are known for being reliable and durable, and the Mini-14 is no exception. This semi-automatic rifle is a popular substitute for the AR-15/M-4 platform among shooters who want a handy and reliable gun that shoots the popular .223 round. Ruger has produced a number ofl models of the rifle over the years and several variations are currently on the market. Although rugged, like all firearm

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How to Lubricate O-Rings
Category : Home & Garden
O-rings are used to seal a piece of equipment so that no water or air can enter or escape. O-rings are often found on removable parts of tools and equipment. For example, a removable CO2 tank for tool will have an O-ring right on the tip of the area that threads the air tank into the tool to keep air from escaping while in use. If not properly lubricated, O-rings will dry out and eventually tear r

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How to Lubricate an Oil Stone
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Used to bring high-quality blades to razor sharp edges, oil stones should be lubricated with oil prior to use. Oil stones are made either out of rocks like Crystolon and Arkansas stone or out of aluminum. When not using your oil stone, you should wash off all oil or lubrication and keep it in a clean dry place. The stone should be oiled only when you are ready to sharpen a knife or instrument.Diff

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How to Lubricate a Treadmill Mat
Category : Sports & Fitness
In order to keep your treadmill in good condition you should lubricate the belt, otherwise as the mat, every six months or 150 "miles." By keeping the parts well oiled you will ensure the longevity of everything from the belt to the motor controller to the deck. This is an inexpensive maintenance process that can save you from any major repairs down the road.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions

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How to Lubricate a Faucet
Category : Home & Garden
Before replacing your leaky or noisy faucet, you might consider lubricating it. Hard-to-move faucets can be caused by hard water, lodged sediment or rust. This may also cause other issues with your sinks and showers, including water spilling out and creaking when moving them. By taking apart and lubricating the joints of your faucet, you can avoid spending big bucks on a new faucet or a profession

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How to Lubricate Machinery
Category : Cars
All machines have components that function in rotation. To keep the rotation process efficient, the use of lubricant is necessary. Without lubrication, the machinery parts can wear quickly and cause serious damage. There are many machinery-based lubricants. All of them have different properties and are designed for specific reasons. Application of lubricant to machinery is a simple task.Difficulty

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How to Lubricate a Glock
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Glock is a common shortened name for a semi-automatic pistol, a weapon designed by an Austrian company of the same name. Today, the pistol is the company's most profitable product, representing more than 60 percent of all handguns in the United States used by law-enforcement agencies.
Other than official law enforcement, Glocks are a weapon of choice of numerous other armed and security forc

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