I usually find parts like that ................ after I purchased the replacement part.
Oh yeah! I can relate to that!I usually find parts like that ................ after I purchased the replacement part.
I need that kitchen.Through the last 6 or so years, lots of things have gone flying in my kitchen, and I've found every one of them. Just amazing.
I was watching a YouTube of how to tear down a BG 380 here at my desk. There was no caution about the spring going airborne. It did, and I started looking for the rod.One day in my garage I managed to launch the guide rod from my 92FS past my ear. The spring went with it but I found it easily. The rod, however, eluded me for a while and I gave up and went inside and ordered one from the Beretta web site. Went back out to the garage and there it was, sitting in my driveway.
If the floor and workbench were cleaned after the previous job they will already be be clean before starting the next job.I think sweeping the floor BEFORE the job would prove to me more helpful.
Oh, sure. Do the SMART thing. :wink:Doing these can save time when chasing parts.
1. Have a place for everything and keep everything in its place.
2. Clean the workbench after every job.
3. Sweep the floor after every job.
4 Have a lid for the trashcan. Keep it closed.
5. Often, a magnet can help in finding 'lost' parts.