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Lay carpet down so he won’t hear his hoofs on the deck. Have you tried a hood and mask? then walk him in.
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Common signs that your horse may be stressed include: Tail swishing. Pawing. Snorting.
With a “walk-on-walk-off” trailer, your horse will never have to back up. He`ll load through a side loading door, then to unload, he`ll walk straight off the back of the trailer. This type of trailer eliminates anxiety in horses and makes unloading and loading so much easier for you and your horse.
Let the horse release some of its nervous energy by giving it a simple and familiar task. Doing one or two basic training exercises or going for a brisk trot can put your horse`s attention elsewhere and lessen their anxiety.
Refusal to load is one of the most common and frustrating issues related to trailering. Possible reason: Your horse never learned to be comfortable entering or standing inside the trailer. The solution is to change your horse`s mind about the trailer, convincing him that it`s an OK place to be.
Lunging a horse for a short time, either near the trailer or away from it, can help them settle their nerves and also warm up their muscles. A little bit of exercise can go a long way in getting them to settle.
Always reward good behavior with lavish praise, gently correct improper behavior, and never punish your horse. All of this helps a horse relax. Ride with a buddy: If your horse experiences separation anxiety away from the barn or herd, ride with a buddy so he gradually becomes accustomed to being out on his own.
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Breathe deeply and slowly to encourage your own body to relax, and free-up any tension that your horse might detect through your legs, arms, or hands. Make sure that your seat and back continue to follow the horse`s movement without stiffening and bracing yourself against him.

It`s vital to move his feet in the direction you want him to go, so back your horse up or move him sideways. Practise, praise and call it a day – Once your horse has loaded, praise him. Spend a couple of minutes gently rubbing between his eyes and let him relax. Then, when you feel ready, try again.
As you apply more leg to drive him forward and sideways, the horse`s sideways steps should become bigger. The exercise works because the crossing of the hind legs loosens and lifts the horse`s back, removing tightness and tension.
Often, healthy horses pass such manure when they are excited or nervous, such as while being loaded into a trailer or during exercise. In these situations, loose manure is not a concern. Passing a small amount of liquid with, or shortly before or after faeces is also generally not considered a concern.
Rusted frames, rotten floors, broken latches, and poor electrical connections are just a few of the things that can cause serious issues with your horse trailer.
Resistance in the horse to trailer loading is a common source of stress and injury to horses and their handlers.
A horse that is usually enthusiastic about work may become unmotivated or appear depressed. Horses that are stressed may also act out by bucking, bolting, biting, rearing or pawing, even if they are generally even-tempered and well-behaved.
For horses accustomed to travel, being transported under optimal conditions (in a safe trailer, in moderate climate conditions, for short trips, down good roads and being hauled by a careful driver) doesn`t create much stress.
Chronic stress can increase the risk of illness, cause ulcers, skin infections, and even lead to weight loss and depression in equines. A change in your horse`s environment or routine may be responsible for stress and anxiety.

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I continually get code 90 (low/NO flow) from my 8111. I have disassembled, cleaned EVERYTHING, including the inlet port AT the pump (remind everybody to check this as stuff gets past the filter basket and will plug the pump inlet).

There is No air in the system and I get superb pressure at the outlet, yet I still get code 90. I again removed the flow sensor and put my ohm meter across the flow sensor terminals and activated the flapper and measured an open circuit. I used a heavier magnet to see if I could get make the internals of the sensor move to get an ohm reading, but I get nothing but an open circuit, ie: no measured resistance.

Can I simply bypass the defective flow sensor to trick the 8111 to think it has full flow without damaging the ‘brain’ of the system.?

Intex corp is useless at these questions. They have been out of stock on this sensor for months and are telling me “two weeks” for two months and now it’s “end of August” which I do not believe. Meanwhile I am making no chlorine while the 90 code is showing.

I love the 8111, this is the first problem I’ve had with it, and I’m frustrated that I can not get such an important part from them.

Thanks for listening!

ANSWER : Have you been able to find a solution to this problem. I am having the same issue.

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I have a york furnace diamond 80. The problem I’m having is that the funace will kick on and ignite and the burner will start up for a few seconds then all of the sudden kick off. I opened it up to see if there was anything dirty or blocked. I put the panel back on the blower to ingage the switch, a bit goes by and the furnace kicks on again, the burner ignites and stays lit longer, then the fan kicks on, basically working fine, but as the house gets to the desired temp and the furnace kicks off, it won’t will go back to the first scenario I first mentioned. Can anyone tell me what they think it may be?
ANSWER : Probably the flame sensor is dirty. Should be wire protruding into flames opposite end of flame tubes from igniter. Clean with steel wool.

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I have had two small Coleman ‘Frontier PZ’ propane lanterns for a number of years with no problems. Last year one of them started shutting down for no apparent reason – it would light normally, burn for 4 – 5 minutes and then go out. This summer the second lantern has started doing the same thing. Changing gas cylinders seems to have no effect, nor does a new mantle fix the problem. It’s hard to be certain but as I can’t hear any gas hissing it’s as if the jet gets blocked after a few minutes alight. Turn off the gas, leave the lantern alone for a while and it will relight ok, though it will still only burn for a few minutes before going out again. Any ideas?
ANSWER : There is something in the jets or the piping to the mantels, you my find spider webing there, if you did no cap the port where the tank goes some small friends might have wanted to go camping with you.

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3 year old Toro Z4200 time cutter Z, 19 HP Kohler, engine runs great, new battery, new solenoid, with the seat sensor connected or by-passed, STILL WONT start off the key switch. Clicks at the kill relay. Would the kill relay be the problem?
Whats confusing is, both the green and blue posts on the solenoid have 14.01 volts when you turn the key to ‘start’ position. Did the same thing with the old solenoid, which is probably still good. I replaced it to eliminate that variable. It also ‘clicks’ at the fuel switch at the carburetor bowl, but that is only 1 lead (I assume a hot lead) so Im thinking that CANT be it.
Using the old hillybilly method, jumping across the 2 top posts on the solenoid, with the key in on position, it will start right up, run, drive and mow just fine.
So my best guess is this ‘KILL RELAY’ must be bad?
Any help would be appreciated, thank you !
ANSWER : These things are pre requisites for engine cranking: PTO/Blades are off/button pushed down, the steering arms are out/parked position, and you are in the seat. I think. Definitely the blades have to off.

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I am trying to get the pictures from my camera finepix j210
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I have a treadmill Nautilus 516, I mark an error e7 flashing. I already unplugged, lubricated, and clean the speed sensor with alcohol and a clean head cotton. When I jump in at the front it locked out like when you put it in position for move it. When I put start in 4 seconds get the error e7; and when the error still the jump in the front and locked if I put in the back of the walking part do not locked out but still get the e7.
ANSWER : Hi,It stands for a lost signal in the console wire harness. It could be one of the wires has been broken or there is a connection loose. unplug and replug all connections. Then check for continuity in all the wires in the harness. Try to enter the service mode, press Stop Belt, Faster, and Slower
simultaneously. P000 appears in the Select display, indicating that no
key is pressed. To exit the service mode, press and release the same three keys simultaneously or press Power twice to power up into normal mode. Check
the speed sensor to make sure it is within 3-4 inch from the front
roller (magnet). Then check the sensor wire harness to make sure it is
fully seated on the lower control board. If the problem persists, then you need to inspect the machine properly as it could be a faulty console/control board /speed sensor.Let me know,if needed further assistance.Hope i helped you.Thanks for using ‘ Fixya ‘ and have a nice day!!

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I own an 1992 Yamaha Phazer II PZ 480. I have done a bunch of work trying to get this hunk o stuff going. I have good spark and compression from the motor. I rebuilt both carbs and both clutches it starts and runs fine but when I try to move it just boggs down- no power? Where should l look next to get this thing moving again? I work at a Marina that used to service sno-mobiles so I have the tools to get it done. Could you maybe send me an assembly diagram of where to look and what to do next? Thanks
ANSWER : For an assembly diagram, contact Yamaha directly.

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