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Point taken regarding the grease viscosity.

what i also have is spray silicon ' grease' bought to lube the hydraulic levelling jacks on my american RV which would very often stick in the down position.

no thicker than WD40 but leaves a 'dry' film of silicon lubricant on whatever it' s sprayed on.

i' ll try just WD40 first.....if ever it stops snowing
Think I saw Scarborough Bay on Calendar news tonight. North Yorks has had a fair amount of the "White Stuff" today.

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Think I saw Scarborough Bay on Calendar news tonight. North Yorks has had a fair amount of the "White Stuff" today.

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You would think it was a scene from 'the day after tomorrow' Jack.

we only had around 2" but the whole town was at a stand still...took me an hour to drive the two miles home (in the works van) and that was using every rat-run i know.

back to normal today...around 8 minutes home through town
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You would think it was a scene from 'the day after tomorrow' Jack.

we only had around 2" but the whole town was at a stand still...took me an hour to drive the two miles home (in the works van) and that was using every rat-run i know.

back to normal today...around 8 minutes home through town
Better watch out this Friday then...

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Point taken regarding the grease viscosity.

what i also have is spray silicon ' grease' bought to lube the hydraulic levelling jacks on my american RV which would very often stick in the down position.

no thicker than WD40 but leaves a 'dry' film of silicon lubricant on whatever it' s sprayed on.

i' ll try just WD40 first.....if ever it stops snowing
Sprayed it, tried it, it worked.

tried again next day.....not working again.
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I had this problem with my car, I messed about with the mirror for ages and I never fixed the problem, until I changed the mirror. Even then it still fails to fold occasionally. I believe it's a common problem and may be some sort of canbus wiring issue and not the mirror at all.
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