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https://www.youtube.com/embed/VCd0d6hjsDc so here we have a double sink in the kitchen and it has a plug drain as you can see a few things to consider when you're going to clear the drain if it's not working at all as far as flowing I know some people use drain on that type of stuff if you're going to try any chemicals and I'm not a chemical fan at all but if you're going to try any chemicals I personally would use use them if the drain was flowing slowly there's no sense in working at the drain for a while then saying okay I'm going to go buy some chemicals put it down the drain and if it doesn't work you're going to have to take the drain apart down below and have to handle the chemicals so the last resort as far as I'm concerned is scalpels for clearing…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/UVBmec4-Ues Welcome to my video on how to troubleshoot the zoom settings within Google Chrome. Lets get started! Open up your Google Chrome browser. Double-click the tool bar to open up the screen in its current zoom settings. Go to the top right hand corner of the screen click on the three black bars. Go down to zoom. Now currently you can see that the zoom settings are set to 200 so we can change this to its recommended settings which is a 100. If we're still having issues we can also click on the 'full screen' button here. which will fully maximize the screen and take away any of the trimmings around the side. Now to get back out of that, you could just click 'F11' on your keyboard and it will take you back into normal screen mode so 'F11' for full screen mode and 'F11' to come…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/5ajvSQPvT1k Hi I’m Stephany and welcome to Repair and Replace, your online resource for quick and easy repairs. Today we’re going to install a mechanical pop-up drain in a bathroom sink. To begin you’ll need a mechanical pop-up drain, plumbers putty, channel lock pliers, a plastic container and a cloth. The drain collar, or flange, helps connect the waste pipe and drain of your sink. Over time, the metal of the collar can become rusted or cracked. Even though this collar sits above the sink’s drain, you will need to replace the whole drain assembly.First, place the plastic container under the sink and drain the P-Trap. Use the channel lock pliers to loosen and unscrew the nut on the back of the trap. Now, unscrew the second nut and remove the trap. If you have a P-Trap without a drain, simply loosen the nut and pivot the trap out of…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ax_ok5yeD7o Hi there, if you’ve been lucky enough to stumble across this very echoey, Pluberparts.co.uk video, then lucky you We’re gon na get down to this little bit about how to do basin waste in a sec. Before we get into that, I’d like to ask you to subscribe to our channel, if you haven’t done so already, and also make sure that you click the notification bit’cause, then that will give you a nice little email every once in awhile when we’ve uploaded a new Video and you can pop over and have a look Anyway. I hope you enjoy today’s video guys. And remember: there’s one thing: y’all got ta, do that’s hold tight, [ Narrator, ] Plumberparts.co.uk home of find your plumber. So then guys thanks ever so much for popping over and watching today’s plumberpart.co.uk video. I know it’s a bit: echoey just try and bear…

Kevin: Hi, I’m Kevin and this is Randy. Randy: I am. Kevin: And we’re here to talk about when your computer won’t start and when you can’t get into Windows. Maybe you have no lights turning on, you can’t hear anything, maybe there’s an error message. So we’re here to hopefully help you find where the problem is on your computer and how to fix it. Randy: We will. We will do what we can. Kevin: All right, so Randy, how would we get this computer started. It won’t start right now. What do we do? Randy: Well first things first. You need to kind of understand how a computer boots up, right? First it needs power. It gets the power from the power outlet, brings it into the power supply. Then it has to set up all of its insides, basically. The hard drive, the keyboard, the video. That’s…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jdDNW6r2hDg I am often given a lot of LCD monitors that don’t work anymore, and nine times out of ten, it’s the backlight that goes out, but it’s not the light itself. It’s usually the power inverter board. I’m going to show you how to fix them because nine times out of ten you can fix them for just a few dollars, and a little bit of labor.Every monitor will be different, but many of them are very similar. In this case, you’ll want to figure out how to get the stand unbolted. The screws are hidden on this monitor, but not too hard to find. It turns out there are two more screws to remove behind the stand. At this point, it will simply be a matter of pushing the bezel apart. Typically, there will be hidden snaps all the way around the monitor and you’ll just have to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/tb1aPLzo96o Hi, it’s Steve. Today we’d like to show you how to change the condenser fan motor on your refrigerator. It’s a really easy job. All you’ll need is a quarter inch nut driver, a small flat-blade screwdriver, a quarter inch socket and ratchet, and a pair of pliers. Let me show you how we do it. Now, to do this repair we will need access to the back of the refrigerator, so we’re going to pull it forward and disconnect the power. Now that we have access to the back of the refrigerator, we’ll disconnect the inlet water supply to the ice maker valve if it’s on your machine. Then we’ll remove the back panel.[background noise] Steve: Pull the back panel down out of the way and locate the condenser fan motor. If your motor has a quick connector on it, we’ll simply release that. Take a flat-blade screwdriver,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Hy1_y0inRWk Hi, it’s Steve. Today, we’d like to show you how to change the freezer door gasket on your refrigerator. If your gasket becomes cracked or torn, it may need to be replaced. It’s a really easy job. Let me show you how we do it. Now to do this repair you may choose to simply open the freezer door, remove any items that are on the shelves, and then replace the gasket and put the door intact. We’re going to remove the door to give you a better view of how this repair goes and you may choose to do that option as well because it’s very easy to remove that door. We’ll begin by turning the refrigerator off, and then we’ll remove three screws that secure the top hinge to the cabinet.If your model has a hinge cover, you’ll need to remove that first. Normally, these are 5/16ths…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/pJhRoiDHrU4 Hi, It’s Steve from PartSelect. Today, we’re going to show you how to change the lower door cam on your refrigerator and it is a really easy job. All we’re going to need is a 5/16″ nut driver and a 5/16″ socket and ratchet. Let me show you how we do it. Now, the first step in this repair will be to open the refrigerator door and we’ll turn the refrigerator off so that it is not running while we’re doing a repair.If it has a dial-type thermostat, simply turn the control to off or if there is a push button start, stop or turn it off to that manner. Next, we’re going to empty any of lid bins that are on the door and set that stuff aside. Now, next, we’ll remove the hinge cover. You can use either the ratchet or your nut driver. Remove that 5/16″…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/r7zEunxy70Y Hi, it’s Steve from PartSelect. Today we are going to show you how to change the evaporator fan motor on your refrigerator and it’s a really easy job. All we are going to need is a 1/4-inch nut driver and a pair of needle nosed pliers. Let me show you how we do it. Now before we begin this repair since we will be working on some electrical circuits, we will need disconnect power to the refrigerator, so pull it forward enough so that we can disconnect the plug. Next we are going to open the freezer door completely and remove any items that are on the shelf and we will remove any shelving that is in the freezer and set it aside.Now we have an icemaker in your refrigerator, you will need to remove it. Next we will take the cap off where the fill tube of the…