Vegetable Planter Problem Handling Instructions


  1. What should I do if the vegetable planter's field […]

  1. What should I do if the vegetable planter's field tires are punctured?

  If the air leak is not serious at the time, slowly drive the vegetable planter out of the field, and then pull out the puncture to repair it.

  2. What should I do if the vegetable planter tires break slowly?

  You can pull out the valve core to release the inner tube air, take a piece of cardboard and make it into a funnel shape, insert the small head into the valve mouth, and pour a small amount of talcum powder into the inner tube depending on the size of the tire. When it can't fill in, you can remove the funnel, turn the tire and continue filling until the talcum powder is filled. Then install the valve core and fully inflate. When inflated, the talcum powder will disperse in the tire, and the pores of the slow brake air will be blocked.

  3. What should I do if the plastic cover of the valve on the vegetable planter tire is lost?

  You can cut a piece of soft plastic tube, bake it with fire, pinch one end, and put the other end on the valve.

  4. What should I do if the vegetable planter fuel tank leaks?

  If you find oil leaking in the fuel tank, wipe the leaking area clean and apply soap or bubble gum to the leaking area to reduce leakage. If there is an adhesive such as epoxy resin to temporarily stop the leak, the effect will be better. Sometimes it is due to small cracks. You can put the parts in kerosene, take it out after some time, dry the surface and sprinkle a layer of white powder, and then use a small hammer to knock the parts quietly. The kerosene that has been immersed in the cracks can seep out from the cracks, and the cracks will appear on the white powder.

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