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What are transit bolts, why are they there and what should I do with them?

When you buy a new front loading washing machine, its drum will be held in place by four transit bolts. These are put in place by the manufacturer to keep the drum from moving during transport from the warehouse – if the drum was left unsecured, bumps during delivery could damage your machine.

When you set up your new washer, remember to remove the transit bolts from the rear of your appliance before you start it up. If you don’t, the bolts will interfere with your washing machine’s action, causing a lot of noise, vibration, and eventually damage to your machine.

Removing transit bolts is usually quite simple. Just use a spanner to unscrew the bolts, and remove them from the washer. Many washers come with covers or stoppers included for plugging the bolt holes back up again. Check your manual to see if your model has...

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I’ve been thinking out loud about microtransit for a week now, and have processed lots of great comments. To sum up, here’s what I think we know. As always, I’m open to enlightenment by anyone who reads these posts and wants to engage my argument. I’m not contrarian for its own sake. My job is simply to help transit agencies make clear decisions whose consequences they understand.

The context for this thinking is pre-automation, so labor cost is a dominant issue. The question is whether transit agencies should subsidize microtransit, which implies that microtransit is in direct competition for funds with other possible transit agency investments. Thus, the question is about the public interest and benefits to the taxpayer.

Microtransit May Be a Slogan, Not an Idea

As I explored here, microtransit seems to consist of:

flexible “on-demand” routing, an idea that transit agencies have known about, and experimented with, for decades. subsidies of privately...
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Hello my name's Alan. I am a senior technician with Indesit company. I have over fifteen years experience helping customers with their washing machines. At Indesit Company we design and manufacture our appliances to provide many trouble free years of service to our customers, but there also a few things you can do yourself to help ensure your appliance operates to its full potential or to help resolve any common user issues. This film covers how to deal with removing all the transit bolts which are designed to keep the drum in place while its transit. Before you use your machine for the first time it is very important you remove these bolts otherwise the machine could be badly damaged and will not be covered by the guarantee. Your user manual will also tell you how to do this. How you will know there is a problem: If you have forgotten to remove them, your machine ...

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This video by the CBC (Canada’s equivalent of PBS) explains a lot about Free-Range Kids!

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What is “Free-Range Kids”? Free-Range Kids is a commonsense approach to parenting in these overprotective times. You have been dubbed “America’s Worst Mom” by the media. How did you earn this title? In 2008, I let my then-9-year-old ride the subway by himself. He’d been asking us — my husband and me — to please take him someplace and let him find his way home by himself. So my husband and I discussed this. Our boy knows how to read a map, he speaks the language and we’re New Yorkers. We’re on the subway all the time.That’s how it came to be that one sunny Sunday, after lunch at McDonald’s, I took him to Bloomingdales — and left him in the handbag department.I didn’t leave him unprepared, of course! I gave him a map, a MetroCard, quarters for the phone and $20 for emergencies. Bloomingdale’s sits on top of a subway station on our local line, and it’s always crowded with...
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IMPORTANT: This reference has been prepared in good faith from information given by members of the Triumph Trophy Yahoogroup. It is probably a good place to start learning about your Trophy, because the information is compiled from user opinions, rather than "Salesman's patter", and therefore is "warts and all". Any corrections or comments are welcome (Send to the List Administrator). No liability is accepted for the accuracy of any information, or for the validity of any recommendations given here, and it is up the individual concerned to check that any information given is appropriate and correct before using it when purchasing spares, or carrying out any other activity which applies to the use of your motorcycle.

John Bonnewell has provided a host of useful information on Triumph Trophies at this location.

· Model differences

· Windscreens/Windshields

· Final...

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LINN SONDEK LP12

SET-UP MANUAL

IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SET UP YOUR LINN SONDEK LP12. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL, AT BEST, RESULT IN SUBSTANDARD PERFORMANCE, AND MAY IN EXTREME CASES, RESULT IN PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE TURNTABLE.

We realize that the policy of most hi-fi enthusiasts is, "If all else fails, read the instructions". However, the set-up procedure used on the Linn Sondek, while not terribly difficult, is significantly different from that used on other turntables. It is virtually impossible to set the table up correctly without following the steps in this manual.

These instructions refer specifically to the set up of the Linn Sondek LP12 when it is being fitted with a Linn tonearm, and cartridge. Appropriate notations will be made for variations in procedure for other arms and cartridges (see "Selecting a Tonearm and Cartridge").

WHAT WE MEAN BY TIGHT

Since we are dealing with...

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