Garden tools repair tips


Garden tools inevitably have various problems in use, a […]

Garden tools inevitably have various problems in use, and we can easily eliminate them with some small tips.
Check the cracks Once the parts on the machine are cracked, do not use them. But how do you tell if a part has cracks and cracks? Soak the suspicious parts in kerosene for 30 minutes, remove the dry surface, and apply a layer of chalk ash on the surface. After a while, the chalk ash absorbs the kerosene oozing out of the crack, making the cracked place become Black, you can find the cracked part of the part.
Clever tires First remove the rust on the rim, apply a thin layer of talcum powder between the inner and outer tires, then lay the rim flat and put on the tire. Use a pedal or crowbar to pry the rim of one side of the tire into the rim, place the inner tube, and fix the inflation valve in the rim of the rim valve with a wire, and finally install the other side of the tire. Starting from the corresponding position of the inflation valve, a part of the tire is first plunged into the rim by a crowbar, and then gradually installed from the inflation valve to both sides, and the tread which is opposite to the inflation valve is pressed with the foot, and the tread is pressed on the side. The bead ring portion of the tire casing is gradually loaded into the rim.
Cleverly mounted oil seal When the oil seal is mounted on the crankshaft, the inner end surface of the seal is prone to twisting, resulting in oil leakage. Roll a clean thin hard paper into a trumpet-shaped reel, put the reel on the shaft, place the small end of the reel on the shaft end, put the oil seal on the small end of the reel, and gently put the oil seal by hand. Rotate on the shaft, the direction of rotation is consistent with the roll direction. When the oil seal is in place, slowly withdraw from the roll.
Checking the cable cable The cable used for the disconnected water pump is prone to breakage due to repeated folding and twisting during use. Use a 220V power plug to connect a 220V, 15W bulb to one of the power cables. Connect the two power cables to the two ends of the cable. After the power is connected, the bulb lights up to indicate the line. Otherwise the core is broken. At this time, hold the cable with both hands and squeeze it in the middle for a while. If the light is on, it means the wire is broken. Disconnect the power supply, cut the rubber sleeve with a knife, connect the broken wire, and then wrap it with insulating tape.

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