Considering that valves may still be new to many people, we provide ten common questions and answers about valves for you to get started.
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2. 05 Picanto burning so much oil?
Chances are your valve stem seals need replacement. Blue smoke in cold starts and heavy acceleration after being stuck in traffic are typical symptoms. Worn piston rings produce blue smoke as long as the engine is running (it does not seem to be the case). If your car is rather new (under 100,000-120,000 miles depending on vehicle care and quality), that repair can be done without removing engine head. Compressed air is used instead to lock valves in place. You can search for a good mechanic or try to do it yourself. There is plenty of information in the web about how to do it. Good luck.
3. i have 2 lines run thru my house for water each 1 has a valve on it when i shut 1 off i have hot and cold wate?
I am not sure I fully understand your situation. You should have one water supply line that comes into your house. There should be a shut off valve near where it comes into the house. At some point, that line will split into two lines -- one will go through the water heater (hot) and will go to the sinks, tub, dishwasher, washer, etc.; the second line will carry cold water to the sinks, tub, toilet, washer, etc. There should be a shut off valve coming out of the water heater, as well as shut off valves for hot and cold at every fixture. Are you sure that the valves are "on" or "off" when you think they are? Sometimes, it is hard to tell just by turning the valve if it is off or on. And you cannot always go by the direction that you turn the valve, as they can be put in backwards and turn in the opposite direction than what you think. In your situation, I would just leave the valves set so that I have both hot and cold water regardless of whether you think they are "on" or "off." I am obviously not a plumber. I have rehabbed houses for 40 years & know that stuff does not always work like we expect it to.
4. Are Angelfish fry compatible with Angelfish eggs?
It is remotely possible for a little while. But your month old fry should be able to out-hustle the wigglers for food. I fear very few of them will make it. My angels comfortably spawned in 20-gallon tanks and did an initial good job with the wigglers. However I had lots of trouble raising up the fry. Looking back, part of my problem was not feeding the bbs (baby brine shrimp) within hours of when they hatched. It turns out that bbs, hatching in a day at 80 F or two days at 70ish, will go through two instars (or molts) in their first day or two. They are then double the size of newly hatched bbs and have a lot less nutritional value because they have used up the yolk from the brine shrimp eggs. So we need to hatch enough bbs so that our fry have little bulgy tummies. But we do not want bbs rotting on the tank bottom. Also we need to be able to have a couple of hatches going at a time. Cheapskate that I am, I use two or three empty/well rinsed gallon wide-mouthed pickle/condiment jars. Air was supplied by lengths of that hard airline tubing. Controlled by valves. they fed a lot of oxygen to the jat & were pretty easy to clean out under a hot water faucet in the laundry room. A friend of mine in the Greater Chicago Cichlid Association pointed out the space issue when he suggested using a 55-gallon tank for one batch of fry if they were going to grow properly. Occasionally one will see angelfish at aquarium club auctions with missing or miss-shaped gill plates. That is evidence of crowding when they were growing up. Do not buy them. There are 40-gallon tanks with the same "footprint" as the standard 55s. But you would probably want to do more than one 50% partial water change a week. As I type this, I can look across the living room at a planted 55 with a baker's dozen largish killifish (Fundulopanchax gardneri Innidere). Occasionally a pair is snagged out and sent to a fish show. They often place. Almost all of us who aspire to raise up fry struggle with giving both our adults and the youngsters sufficient space. And I am still learning. When someone considers setting up fish for spawning, virtually all of us must consider how we are going to give them enough room, how well we can feed them and how often we can do those partial water changes. Hope all of those eventually work out well for you.
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