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Tech Tip # VIII: Wood Tools

Samurai Appliance Repair Man


On the Service van I carry................

A piece of 24" X 24" ..1/2 " plywood to help the hand truck up 'N' over sliding glass door tracks........

A pair of 1" X 3/4" X 28" furring strips to hold up a cook top, up 'N' out of it's hole...........

A 12" X 30 " of cabinet paneling for lifting, holding items, ( Sub O evap. coils ) place. ( see "Frigid glass top replacement" for use )....................

A 4" X 4" X 14" to hold a tipped back washer,,,,,,,,,,

A 3/8 " X 24 " wooden dowel with a small finishing nail in one end, to hold up a lid on a dryer, washer,..... ( watch the video on changing a W/P dryer blower wheel, Who has that much room ?? )....

Another pair of furring strips that are 12" long to hold up the top of a range....Most wire harness will only allow that much lift.... Pictures to follow.....

Source: Tech. Tip # VIII wood tools

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Nothing like a good old chunk of wood !!

Hacksaw jim Duggan made it famous

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