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Google (ramset)(100)(manual) without parens OR contact Ramset directly to inquire.

Home Fencing | Answered on Sep 06, 2019


Hi Jessica:
Surface rust should have no effect on the structural integrity of the fence, and a totally acceptable cosmetic fix should be able to be obtained using galvanize paint.
Notice I said COSMETIC fix. If the fence is no longer structurally sound, it may be time for some major repairs or replacement.

Home Fencing | Answered on May 27, 2019


call your local service company

Home Fencing | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


The timing relay has to be setted right.
There is a time control on every unit,.
1-[Distance has to be set right before setting time relay]
2-(opening time and closing time has to be set accordingly to ur safety and wanting)

Home Fencing | Answered on Mar 27, 2019


Do you have sensors that stop the gate closing on people or cars ? If so put your ear near the sensor but not inline with the opposite one. Now gently wave your hand in front of it .... if there is no click then something is obstructing the beam. Sometimes spiders get inside and spin that candy floss type web in there .

Home Fencing | Answered on Mar 18, 2019


The first place to look is your receiver. This is the device, often separate from the actual gate operator, that responds to your transmitter. Stand next to the gate operator and you should hear a small click coming from the receiver when you or someone else pushes the button.

You can sometimes find the receiver by following the antenna cable back to it. If it does not have an external antenna, look inside the operator box for either an antenna screwed into the receiver or a wire hanging from a plastic box.

If you hear the click and the gate does not open, the possibilities grow exponentially so we won't try to address every possibility here. If you hear a click when you are close, but not when the transmitter is triggered at a distance, check the antenna.

If you don't hear the click, then either the remote has lost programming (this often happens with rolling codes transmitters when they are not used for a long time), or the receiver is not working.

Check to make sure the receiver is getting plenty of power power using a meter. It should read at the recommended voltage or a bit higher. Usually around 24 volts but some receivers can work down to 12 volts. If it gets plenty of power and the remotes have been programmed back in, consider replacing the receiver.

Home Fencing | Answered on Mar 08, 2019


The clutch plate is probably stuck. If you have a clear space in front of the truck select first gear, release the parking brake and start the engine with your foot on the clutch. The vehicle will lerch forward and the engine should start with the vehicle now moving forward. Hit the brakes with your left foot still on the clutch and the clutch will probably release and work normally.

Hino 2006 268 | Answered on Jan 15, 2019


remington model 476 power nailer

Home Fencing | Answered on Oct 19, 2018


indirectly we can help. and if you were to bother checking with the manufacturer, you could easily get the right answer.

Home Fencing | Answered on Oct 19, 2018


interesting question. now, if only we could also know what pump does not pump, what fluid you are refilling, a good answer would be able to be provided.

Greenlee 15910... | Answered on Oct 19, 2018


you can find one via the internet. doh.

Home Fencing | Answered on Oct 19, 2018


remove the battery.

Dogtek... | Answered on Oct 19, 2018

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