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How to Lubricate a Box Fan
by orange-man in 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
by Ted Leung in 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 Car Windows
by Scott Smith in Cars
Problems with your automobile windows such as squeaking or becoming jammed or stuck typically are caused because of worn out tracks and rollers. That wear and tear usually happens because the lubricant wears off after a period of time. Regular lubrication of the working parts of your car windows and hinges can help keep the tracks and rollers in good working order. Lubricating the windows in your

How to Lubricate a Clutch on a Ski Doo
by Andrew Mattie in Cars
The Ski-Doo is a snowmobile, manufactured by the BRP company, and designed to travel and operate on snow or ice where no trail or road is available. It has skis placed at the front for control, and can accommodate one or two passengers, similar to an all-terrain vehicle. After consistent use, your Ski-Doo's clutches may accumulate grime and dirt that can cause the engine to run more slowly and cre
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How to Lubricate a Trane
by mikeymikec in Home & Garden
Trane air conditioners will run longer if you maintain them regularly. Checking them at the beginning and end of your region's air conditioning season will help you fix any problems before they damage the machine. Trane systems made since 2005 don't require motor lubrication, but it's still a good idea to keep it clean and unobstructed. There will be an inside and outside component of the Trane, a
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How to Lubricate a Treadmill Mat
by skulldrinker in 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

How to Lubricate an Oil Stone
by deshao in 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 Your Hip Joint
by qba73 in Health
Every joint in the body is lubricated by synovial fluid, which works to cushion the joint so that bone and cartilage do not rub together creating friction. When joints are not lubricated well, pain may result. In the hip joint, pain may radiate through the hip and groin into the thigh. Joint pain may be worse in the morning and at the end of the day. A physician can diagnose the cause of hip pain

How to Lubricate a Pellet Gun
by zokudu in Sports & Fitness
Pellet guns are designed to fire .22 or .177 caliber pellets using compressed air or CO2 as a propellant. Used for backyard target shooting, competitive shooting and hunting purposes, pellet guns are used by shooters of all ages. Pellet guns, much like other types of firearms, require lubrication to operate properly. It is necessary to use oil specifically manufactured for pellet guns to avoid dam
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How to Lubricate The Locks On Your Car
by Pete in Cars
Have you ever noticed the locks on your car getting a little harder to turn? Fixing this is a very simple thing to do.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
spray silicone with spray straw
small screwdriver

Get a can of spray silicone lubricant and make sure it comes with the long spray straw. It is important to use silicone lubricant for this because it will s


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