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How to refill a grease gun
 
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The method I show here on how to refill a grease gun works for many types of guns. I currently use four different types, from pneumatic to large hand lever types and it works for all of them. The grease gun that I show in the video is the Advanced Tool Design model ATD-5002 pistol grip grease gun. Bought from Amazon about 2 years ago and it is still working great. Amazons product page: http://amzn.to/2yIywoS What you will need... A pair of disposable gloves (or ones that you don't mind getting grease on) A new tube of grease. The type depends on what you are greasing. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 358100 FoxKnowHow
Replacing the inside door handle on a Suburban for under $15
 
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Here's how to replace the inside door handle found on many Chevrolet and GMC SUVs and trucks. The video here shows replacing a 1999 Suburban's passengers handle. I purchased the replacement handle in the video from Amazon for $13 with free shipping. http://amzn.to/2yIDxO4 You only need... Two flat head screwdrivers #12 1 in sheet metal screw Drill with a 1/8 to 3/16 dill bit Pliers (Long-nose would be best) Hex head screwdriver or ratchet (for the two screws in the arm rest. some models use Phillip heads instead.) Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 367147 FoxKnowHow
Black Walnuts, cleaning and curing
 
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Black walnuts are a great nut if you clean and cure them properly. In this video I show you how to do just that. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic. P.S. Black walnuts are by far the best mouse bait!
Views: 19543 FoxKnowHow
How to change the battery in a Buick Rendezvous
 
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Tools you will need... - Socket wrench - 8mm socket - 10mm socket - 13mm socket - Socket wrench extension (about 6in will work) Although I don't use any gloves in the video you may want to use them. Especially if the battery terminal is heavily corroded. I have also replaced the battery the same way in a Pontiac Montana and I have heard that the Buick Terraza, Chevrolet Venture, Chevrolet Uplander, and Saturn Relay can have their battery replaced the same way.. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F, voice over recorded with a Yeti mic.
Views: 57045 FoxKnowHow
How to replace the battery in a Chevy Cobalt
 
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You will need... socket wrench extension for the socket wrench 13 mm socket 10 mm socket New battery for the Cobalt (Make sure it has the proper vent. Check with your battery dealer to make sure it will work. I bought the one in the video from Napa for $112.) I did later brake the vent hose while replacing another battery. Here is a link to a replacement vent hose from amazon. http://amzn.to/2BRL6UM Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 182967 FoxKnowHow
Replacing the Front Brakes on a Chevy K1500 4x4
 
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This video will guide you step by step on how to replace your front brake pads and rotors on a 1997 Chevy K1500 4x4 truck. List of tools needed... - 3/8 inch Hex wrench - Lug wrench - Flathead screwdriver List of parts needed... - Front brake pad kit. (Don't get the cheap ones) - Brake rotors. (Only if they are needed. Watch video to see why.) Disclaimer: All video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 84165 FoxKnowHow
Fixing a squeaky dryer caused by a drum support bearing
 
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One of our dryers started to squeak loudly. I thought it might have been the belt but after turning the drum by hand I found the back drum bearings to be the culprit. This video shows how to replace them. You will need... - A short Phillips screwdriver - A flat head screwdriver - A long nose pliers - A 5/16 in socket wrench - A set of replacement bearings for the left and right bearings. I bought mine on amazon (Amazon product link http://amzn.com/B00M04EUNW) I also found them at Appliance Part Pros (http://www.appliancepartspros.com) Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F, voice over recorded with a Yeti mic.
Views: 54814 FoxKnowHow
The Best Mouse Bait
 
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I thought someone might be interested in what kind of mouse bait I use. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic. Spoiler: The best bait is Black Walnut
Views: 77802 FoxKnowHow
How to program the Picaxe 08, 08m, or 08m2
 
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Here is a video to show you how to program the 08, 08m, or 08m2 Picaxe using a breadboard and a homemade programming cable. Stuff you will need... Picaxe 08, 08m, or 08m2 Wire jumpers - short pieces of No. 20 or 22 wire. 22k ohm resistor 10k ohm resistor Breadboard 4.5v to 5v power supply - I used 3 D cells Picaxe programming cable - I have another video on how to make this. It is titled "Picaxe programming cable for breadboards" Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 16855 FoxKnowHow
Replacing a rear turning signal light on a 1999 Suburban
 
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Replacing a rear light on a Suburban is easy and can save you money if you replace it yourself. Although this video shows you how to replace a 1999 Suburban's rear turning light. the same procedure can be used to replace all the rear lights and not only on the Suburbans, but on most Chevy trucks to. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 50928 FoxKnowHow
How to grease a Chevy truck
 
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What you will need... A grease gun (the one I use in the video is a Advanced Tool Design model ATD-5002 pistol grip grease gun. Bought from Amazon.) Here is a link to the Amazon page. http://amzn.to/2BJVDR6 Grease (I use water resistant grease for my truck because of the mud and puddles that I constantly drive through on our farm.) Notes: There are 11 grease points on the truck in this video. 6 on the steering linkages, 4 for the ball joints on the front wheels, and 1 on the 4x4 drive shaft. There are some trucks with grease points on the drive shaft U-joints and or on the drive shaft itself. Since my truck has sealed U-joints and a one piece drive shaft I can't show these points. I recommend to check your truck for these grease points and if you have them that you grease them. When you are greasing a joint that has a rubber seal just pump it with enough grease to expand the seal a little. Be careful not to burst the seal by pumping it with to much grease. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 104420 FoxKnowHow
How to repair a leaky asphalt shingle roof
 
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Here's a video on how I did a quick repair job on our asphalt shingle roof. I used roofing mesh and plastic roofing cement. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 535644 FoxKnowHow
How to replace a headlight bulb on a Chevy
 
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Replacing the low beam headlight bulb on a 2001 Chevy truck. No tools are needed to replace the bulb unless the tab on the wire connector to the bulb gives you a problem. Use a flat head screwdriver to help lift it if needed. The bulb I used to replace the old one was a Wagner 9006 from NAPA. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic.
Views: 5720 FoxKnowHow
How to replace the serpentine belt in a Chevy truck
 
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Tools you will need... - 15mm socket or open end wench - Flat head screwdriver - New belt (one used in the video: Goodyear Gator belt 4060922 for a 105 amp alternator) A similar belt can be found on amazon here http://amzn.to/2zIrHqv Alternator option codes can be found in the glove compartment. K09 Alternator, 140 amps K60 Alternator, 100 amps K62 Alternator, 105 amps K65 Alternator, dual, 105 amps each K68 Generator, 105 AMP K76 Alternator, dual, 125 amps each K99 Alternator, 85 amps KD9 Alternator, dual, 145 amps each KG3 Alternator, 145 amps KG4 Alternator, 150 amps KG7 Alternator, 125 amps KG8 Generator 130 Amp KG9 Generator, 140 Amp KW1 Alternator, 160 amps KW2 Generator, 124 Amp KW5 Alternator, 220 amps KW7 Alternator, 170 amps KW8 Alternator, 155 amps KXB Dual Generator, 100 Amp KXB Alternator – Dual 100 AMP KY1 Generator, Hybrid motor Bought a used 2001 Chevy truck a couple of weeks ago with a very squeaky belt. So now you have a video on how to change the belt! Other vehicles with a similar method to replace the fan belt... Silverado 1999 - 2006 Sierra 1999- 2006 Suburban 2000 - 2006 Yukon 2000 -2006 Avalanche 2002-2006 The video also shows something wrong by the fan belt area. Can you guess it? No it isn't the cut in the top shroud. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F, voice over recorded with a Yeti mic.
Views: 210802 FoxKnowHow
How to replace your windshield wiper blades
 
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A few tips for wiper blade replacement... Be sure to measure both of your wiper blades as some vehicles have different lengths for the driver's side and passenger's side. The replacement blades in the video are Bosch 18 inch wiper blades bought from amazon. Product page: http://amzn.to/2CnGCox. The vehicle in the video is a 1997 Chevy Silverado If you are trying to remove the old wiper blade and you don't see a tab at the junction of the wiper blade and arm then try siding it down with a little force to release it. The new blade that I installed in the video does not have a tab and can only be removed via a little force. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 191964 FoxKnowHow
Replacing an oil cooling line on a Suburban
 
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My sister started to see oil stains under her 1999 suburban. After a short inspection it turned out to be one of the oil cooling lines. A common problem with Chevy at this time period. Only one of the two oil cooling lines on this suburban was actually leaking, but I decided to replace both of them since I had to get underneath the vehicle anyways. Tools you will need... 20 mm open end wench 10 mm socket wench with extensions long nose pliers or locking tweezers flat head screwdriver channel lock pliers a pan to catch oil or antifreeze Parts... Upper oil line, Dorman 625-101, Link to part on amazon: https://amzn.to/2GrSNXK Lower oil line, Dorman 625-123, Link to part on amazon: https://amzn.to/2H1emLM Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic.
Views: 3754 FoxKnowHow
Adding and formatting a hard drive, Windows XP
 
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Here's a video on how to install an additional hard drive to a Compaq Presario SR2002X (Windows XP operating system.) I also show how to format the drive. All the cables and the hard drive were purchased through amazon. I bought the SATA cable for about $4 and the power cable adapter for about $2.50. Note: If you plan on adding a hard drive to your computer make sure you have a free SATA port on your mother board, a free power plug, and of course make sure there is enough room in the case for the drive. If your computer doesn't have a free SATA power plug check to see if it has a free 4 pin molex instead. You can purchase an adapter if needed. I show what one looks like in the video. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 12862 FoxKnowHow
How to sharpen a Stihl chainsaw
 
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Tools that you need... File holder -- I don't know the maker of the one I show in the video, but there are similar ones on Amazon. A File -- Check your manual for the right file size for your chain or contact your dealer. A depth gauge for the chain -- Ask your dealer for the right one. A caliper -- You only need this once in a while. About every 4th sharpening. I have several Stihl chainsaws from 028 AV (the oldest one I own), 180C, 017, and 170. The 180c, 017, and the 170 all use the same 3/8 in. PMN pitch chain while the 028 uses a .325 in. pitch chain. Use a 4.5 mm round chainsaw file for the 028 chain and 5/32 in. for the rest. I use a caliper in the video to find the shortest cutter on the chain and to set all the other cutters to the same length. I only bother with this when the chain was damaged (hit a rock or nail in the wood) or about every 4th sharpening. I also show using a depth gauge. While it isn't necessary every time you sharpen your chain I recommend it since it doesn't take that long. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 20860 FoxKnowHow
Making a foot stool
 
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I was asked to make a foot stool for someone so I decided to make a video of it. Stuff you will need... 2 - 11 1/2 inch long 2x2s 2 - 6 3/4 inch long 2x2s 4 - 8 1/4 inch long 2x2s 1 - 16 inch 1x12 (this is for the top of the stool. you can upholster it or just leave it as is.) no. 8, 2 inch wood screws 1/8 inch drill bit drill bit for screws drill
Views: 12083 FoxKnowHow
Changing the oil in a Suburban
 
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The vehicle in this video is a 1999 Suburban. To change your oil and filter you will need... - A new oil filter (FRAM PH3980,NAPA 1036 or 1190, AC-Delco PF52 or PF52E - A 15mm open end wrench or a socket - 5 Quarts of 5w-30 oil - Funnel for the oil - An oil pan or a large dish pan - I recommend a oil filter wench. It makes taking the filter off easy. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 1721 FoxKnowHow
How to change the oil in a Ford Escape
 
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Quick run through on how to change the oil in a Ford Escape. The vehicle in the video is a 2003 v6 3-Liter. Things you will need... 15mm wrench. new oil filter. I use a FRAM TG2 in the video. Other filter that work are Motorcraft FL820S, AC-Delco PF26, Napa 1372 5 1/2 to 6 quarts of new 5W-20 SAE oil. Oil filter wrench. You may be able to do without it, but it makes the job a whole lot easier. Funnel and clean rags. Oil drain pan. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic.
Views: 7021 FoxKnowHow
How to program the Picaxe 28x2 or 28x1
 
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Here is a video to show you how to program the 28x2 Picaxe using a breadboard and a homemade programming cable. You can use the same instructions to program the 28x1 picaxe. Stuff you will need... Picaxe 28x2 Wire jumpers - short pieces of No. 20 or 22 wire. 4.7k ohm resistor 22k ohm resistor 10k ohm resistor Breadboard 4.5v to 5v power supply - I used 3 D cells Picaxe programming cable - I have another video on how to make this. It is titled "Picaxe programming cable for breadboards" Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 2816 FoxKnowHow
Attaching a coaxial connector WITHOUT special tools!
 
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Stuff you will need... - 1 scrap 2x4 board about a foot long - 2 scrap 2x4s 4 inches to foot long (They are used to raise the foot long board off the table.) - 1 scrap 1x4, 3 to 5 inches long - 1/2 in. drill bit - 1/8 in. drill bit - Three 1/4 in. washers - Three 7/16 in. washers - Three #10 wood screws 1 inch long - compression type coaxial connectors (bought mine off of amazon) - coaxial cable (I used old cable that Dish left behind when we canceled our service years ago) - drill - side cutters, heavy duty scissors, or a sharp knife - ruler - Screwdriver for wood screws If you are looking for an even quicker method than check this video out. https://youtu.be/4DzDHQN6guw Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 3549 FoxKnowHow
How to change a Chevy truck's rear turning light
 
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You will need... - A phillips screwdriver - a replacement bulb (3057) - a ratchet with a 1/4 in socket or a socket screwdriver without a bit Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F, voice over recorded with a Yeti mic.
Views: 1008 FoxKnowHow
Picaxe programming cable for breadboards
 
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Here's how to make a simple programming cable for picaxe chips. It works well with a breadboard. Note: When using the cable II would recommend plugging the cable wires into a bread board before connecting it to the computer. This will lessen the chance of a short. You will need... A old serial device with a DB9 connection. You might find an old mouse that has one. 3 colors of No.20 - No.22 soild hookup wire Electrical tape Duck tape. White would be best. Pliers Side Cutters. You can use a strong pair of scissors instead. Optional... Solder iron Solder Disclaimer: All video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 6113 FoxKnowHow
Replacing the chain sprocket on a Stihl chainsaw
 
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Here's how to replace the chain sprocket on a 028 Stihl chainsaw. Many other Stihl models can have their chain sprocket replaced with the same procedure. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 27064 FoxKnowHow
Review of a Northern Tool bin organizer with wall rack
 
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I bought this organizer back in 2015 from Northern Tool. It comes with 24 plastic bins and a wall mounted rack. I used it for a year before finishing the video. There are 12 small red bins, 6 blue medium bins, 6 yellow large bins. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic. My first product review!
Views: 2980 FoxKnowHow
Attaching a coaxial connector WITHOUT special tools! Quick method
 
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The method shown here is quick and easy, buts it leaves a 1/4 in. washer on the cable. If this bothers you, check out my other video that shows an easy not so quick method. https://youtu.be/_FtePwOECys Stuff you will need... - 1 scrap 2x4 board about a foot long - 2 scrap 2x4s 4 inches to foot long (They are used to raise the foot long board off the table.) - 1 scrap 1x4, 3 to 5 inches long - 1/2 in. drill bit - 1/8 in. drill bit - One 1/4 in. washer - compression type coaxial connectors (bought mine off of amazon - link to product http://amzn.to/2CqjIgg) - coaxial cable (I used old cable that Dish left behind when we canceled our service years ago) - drill - side cutters, heavy duty scissors, or a sharp knife - ruler Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 98543 FoxKnowHow
How to program a Picaxe 18x
 
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This video shows you how to program the 18x picaxe using a breadboard and a homemade programming cable. You can use the same instructions to program the picaxe 18, 18a, and 18m. Stuff you will need... Picaxe 18x Wire jumpers - short pieces of No. 20 or 22 wire. 4.7k ohm resistor 22k ohm resistor 10k ohm resistor Breadboard 4.5v to 5v power supply - I used 3 D cells Picaxe programming cable - I have another video on how to make this. It is titled "Picaxe programming cable for breadboards" Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 3111 FoxKnowHow
How to tap a piece of metal
 
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In this video I show how to tap a piece of metal. I am using a cheap tap and die set, sorry I don't remember where I got it. I made a drill size to tap chart that someone may find handy. link to chart: http://magiclandsoftware.com/foxknowhow/?p=81 Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 703 FoxKnowHow
How to repair a leaky asphalt shingle roof joint.
 
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In this video I show how to seal a roof joint with roof sealer. The joint shown is between a asphalt shingle roof and vinyl siding. The same sealer and method can be used to seal around flashing, chimneys, and about any other roof sealing jobs. I used Geocel 2300 construction tripolymer sealant. It leaves a weather tight flexible seal and adheres to about anything. You may notice in the video, a small crack in the vinyl siding. I sealed this with the same sealer. I did not show this in the video though. . Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 9907 FoxKnowHow
Repairing a broken refrigerator by replacing a freezer fan
 
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I show in this video how to replace an old Haier HTE14WAAWW-02 freezer fan. If your refrigerator isn't working right and the freezer seems to be fine then there is a good chance that the problem is that the freezer fan is broken. Many other brands and models can be fixed the same way. Tools you will need... Phillips head screwdriver Parts... Haier RF-4550-33 Evaporator Motor Kit from amazon: https://amzn.to/2GtF1zy Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic.
Views: 204 FoxKnowHow
The best fish stringer
 
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After catching more than a few fish through my life I've come across the problem of what to do with the fish that I catch in the evening when I'm to tired to clean them. After trying various methods I discovered that a simple length of fishing line tied tight to the fishes jaw keeps the fish in good condition. Even longer than a night. So I decided to share the tip as a video. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 4551 FoxKnowHow
Adding and formatting a hard drive, Windows 7
 
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Here's a video on how to install an additional hard drive to a newer Dell, Windows 7 PC. I also show how to format the drive. The cable and the hard drive were purchased through amazon. Note: If you plan on adding a hard drive to your computer make sure you have a free SATA port on your mother board, a free power plug, and of course make sure there is enough room in the case for the drive. If your computer doesn't have a free SATA power plug check to see if it has a free 4 pin molex instead. You can purchase an adapter if needed. I show what one looks like in the video. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 406 FoxKnowHow
How to make a camera arm for your desk or bench
 
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This video shows you how to make a camera arm for your desk or bench. I needed to be able to film myself when working on small projects on my desk and a tripod just got in the way all the time. The arm is made completely made out of wood and it can fold itself way against the wall. I can attach almost any kind of camera to it. What you will need 6 - 12in 1x2s 2 - 6in 1x4s 1 - 6in 1x4 cut diagonally 2 - 3in 1x2 4 - 3in, 1/4 in carriage bolts 4 - 1/4in washers -- note:you may need another washer depending on you camera 18 - 1 1/2, No, 8 wood screws 1 - 1in, 1/4in hex bolt 4 - 1/4in wing nuts Tools... 1/4 in drill 1/8 in drill Drill bit for wood screws Drill Sander Large wood file Disclaimer: All video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 859 FoxKnowHow
Fixing a sink drain
 
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One of our sink drains started to leak a little. I started to tighten some of the connections and guess what. The drain disintegrated. Because of that I now will show you how to replace a overflow sink's drain. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
Views: 1354 FoxKnowHow
Installing bolts or screws in hard to reach places
 
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Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 9070 FoxKnowHow
How to make a Rubber Band Gun
 
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Making a Rubber Band Gun sure brings back memories. Made quite a few when I was younger. Sure had a lot of fun with them. Warning! Do not shoot rubber bands at people, pets, or anything of value. Stuff you will need... - 21 1/2 inch long 1x4 - a #6 3/8in machine screw - a #6 3/4in wood screw - Lots of rubber bands (ammo) Tools you will need... - Phillips and Flathead screw driver - Drill - 1/8in drill bit - Jig saw, hand saw. hack saw, or a table saw - Medium grit sandpaper - Ruler and pencil Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F and a camera arm (built by me. http://youtu.be/LFGxoO7YS6A?list=UUlZTPod8PcwWPZNV3qxwSVg), voice over recorded with a Yeti mic.
Views: 1444 FoxKnowHow
How to replacing a hook on a lure
 
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Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 355 FoxKnowHow
Cleaning a 2010 V6 Terrain's throttle body
 
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Tools you will need... Flat head screwdriver Pliers Ratchet with a 10 mm socket (an extension for the ratchet would make it easier) Alcohol or throttle body cleaner(https://amzn.to/2MLdAoR) Clean rag Parts... You won't need any parts if you are just cleaning the throttle body, but if you need to replace it here are a few options. Terrain throttle body assembly for a V6 engine(https://amzn.to/2UBlh3U) Terrain throttle body assembly for a V4 engine:(https://amzn.to/2GgSihM) Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Notes: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F, sound recorded with a Snowball Ice mic, and video edited with Corel VideoStudio X8
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How to tie on a fish hook or lure
 
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Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox. Note: Filmed using a Samsung WB250F
Views: 256 FoxKnowHow
Pickle Time Lapse
 
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Had a little fun this summer trying out a modified canon camera taking time lapse photos! I’m planning on making a video later showing how I did it. Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all video content is my own.
Views: 247 FoxKnowHow