July 13, 20150 found this helpful
My auto had a similar problem but hot air was coming from all vents. Had to have the air condition controls on dash board replaced. Worked great after replacement.
November 6, 20120 found this helpful
The folks with the best and most acurate answers are the SSi and SSDI people. Why not give them a call they are the experts.
October 31, 20120 found this helpful
This is from the St. Jude web site.
Recycled Card Program
Send your used cards (Christmas, birthday, any type!) to the children at St. Judes Ranch. The kids there will cut the fronts off of the old cards and affix new backs, creating new cards! The cards can be purchased on their website.
Who does this program benefit? It benefits all of US by encouraging us to go green and recycle. It benefits the children at St. Judes Ranch by teaching them about recycling and earning some spending money!
St. Judes Ranch is accepting used, all-occasion cards year round!
You can mail your donations to:
St. Judes Ranch for Children
Recycled Card Program
100 St. Judes Street Boulder City, NV 89005
Some card donating tips:
All types of greeting cards, including Christmas are used.
Only the card front can be used (please check to be sure the back side is clear of any writing, etc.)
They can not accept Hallmark, Disney or American Greeting cards.
5 x 7 size or smaller is preferred.
October 29, 20120 found this helpful
The wheel is usually held on with what is called a snap ring. It looks like a washer with a slot cut through and has two small ears where the slot is with a hole in each ear. You need a special pair of pliers to get the snap ring off. You should be able to buy the pliers in any hardware store and the clerk will show you what a snap ring looks like. You put the small tabs of the liers into the holes on the snap ring and spread them apart. The snap ring fits into a groove that keeps the wheel on. Replace the wheel the same way you took it off.
I would call them and ask if they could sell you the parts you need.
300-302 Terrace Drive
Mundelein, IL 60060
I think the funeral director will ask who will be responsible for the cost. They don't take care of business first and then ask who is to pay after. Best bet is to call a funeral home and ask how payment is handled for funeral costs. They would have the answers.
It could be Tara Foods of Georgia. Tara is one of Kroger's manufacturing facilities. They make peanut butter for retail and institutional markets.
October 24, 20120 found this helpful
You can go to an auto supply store and buy a kit that will restore the lens. You can also find information on goggle.com on these kits. Type in restoring yellow headlights or words to that effect. Some posters may advise using pam or some other household liquid. They do not work. Replacing the headlight lens may cost $100 or more.
October 22, 20120 found this helpful
This is the company that owns Biz. Call them and ask where to buy Biz.
CR Brands, Inc.
9100 Centre Pointe Dr., Ste. 200
West Chester, OH 45069
OH Tel. 513-860-5039
October 21, 20120 found this helpful
Your car as most cars today have what is called a urethane clear coat over the paint. It protects the paint and give a shine to the paint. So you can either go to a auto supply store and buy a tool that fits on to a drill and will remove the sticker without damage to the paint. There are several companies that manufacture these items. Or you can go to a body shop, and every shop has these tools and they can remove it for you. It may cost a few bucks for them to do it. Some poster may have a home remedy but be careful it doesn't harm the paint. So try it on a small area that won't be noticeable.
October 16, 20120 found this helpful
You have to know what your options are. I would call all three credit card services and talk to a live person not a recording with your questions. I would call the utility or any other company that has the bills in her name and find out how to have her name removed and lastly, go back to her attorney and lay out your problems and see if he can resolve them.
October 15, 20120 found this helpful
Looking in my washer manual I find the codes are different than what you posted. So, I would google the make of your washer and get the phone number and/or the e mail address and call their tech service dept and ask what F 02 means. You could also go to a dealer that sells your brand of machine and ask them what the codes mean. They would have a service crew that could help you.
October 12, 20120 found this helpful
I would wash the sheets. The blood stain mostly will remain in a faded condition. As for the bedbugs I would hire a professional exterminator. They are very difficult to remove with home remedies. You could also go to google.com and type in your request and see what answers come up.
October 6, 20120 found this helpful
The US pet food manufacturing industry includes about 200 companies with combined annual revenue of about $47 billion. Major companies include divisions of Nestlé (Nestlé Purina PetCare Company); Procter & Gamble (Iams); Colgate-Palmolive (Science Diet and Prescription Diet); Mars (Pedigree and Whiskas); and Del Monte (9Lives, Gravy Train, Milk-Bone, and Meow Mix). The industry is highly concentrated: the eight largest companies account for about 85 percent of sales. So it could be any of the companies listed or many of the others that are not listed.The cuts of meat that go in to pet food are not the choice parts of the critter.
October 4, 20120 found this helpful
Go to bizstainfighter.com and click on the "buy now" icon. It will list all the stores that stock Biz. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page it has a link "contact us." Hitting the link will and filling out the information they will point you to a store in your area that stocks Biz.
September 24, 20120 found this helpful
Carol, you should get a electrician to locate the problem before there is a serious electrical fire. The cost of a qualified professional is a lot less than replacing your home and possessions and maybe personal injury.
September 22, 20120 found this helpful
Try painting the area with shellac. When dry paint. You may want to try a small area first before doing the entire area.
September 17, 20120 found this helpful
You may have a problem with lead in the paint. Since about 1975 paint manufacturers have not used lead in their paints. You should have the paint tested for lead. If there is lead in the paint you will have to have a professional remove the paint. You can look this up on google.com.
September 10, 20120 found this helpful
You could use vinegar straight or mixed with water. You could also try bleach and water in a ratio of 2 parts bleach and 1 part water or any ratio. Be sure to wear eye protection around bleach. And you might have to scrub the moss and algae with a brush. You could also try pressure washing but not with bleach. Or try some products made to remove moss and algae from a big box store.
September 9, 20120 found this helpful
I have a JD 120 with the same problem. This how the JD told me to start the machine. The valves are out of alignment so on top of the engine is a round screen that spins and cools the engine when it is running. Turn the screen counterclockwise until you feel resistance then start it. When I do this most of the time the machine will start.
Other times I have to turn the screen several times until resistance and other time I turn it clockwise. Either way it is a pain.Dealer told me the JD people use a cheap Briggs and Stratton engine and sell these units to the big box stores to be competitive with the other brands. Dealer told me I should have bought the 3000 series JD mowers. He also said he could fix the valves but I would be back next year with the same problem. Hope this helps.