What is a IC extractor?
An integrated circuit extractor is also known as a chip-puller. This tool helps to safely and quickly remove an integrated circuit from its socket without bending or damaging the pins. It is a tool commonly used in computer manufacturing and repair.
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Stud extractors are tools that are used to remove studs in walls orother surfaces. These can be purchased at home improvement stores.
An extractor is a word for a fan that you often find in bathrooms. An antonym for extractor is introducer.
the thing on top of the oven
A mist extractor, quite simply, removes moist air from a room. Too much moisture can lead to mould.
The extractor removes the spent shell after the gun has fired.. I am sure most people think of the extractor as part of a gun. That may well be true. Keep in mind that the ex…tractor also could be a man. In that case the extractor would be part of a gun crew.
Can't you just search in the web?
a tooth extractor is basically a gadget that dentists use to remove you tooth/teeth... some of my friends got there teeth extracted and they said it hurts really bad!
It is a tool that can grab the stud or what's left of it and remove it.
He is in Rustboro city in the Devon corporation place on the second floor back row
A business that grows products or takes raw materials from nature. Ex. Coal Miner
Send it to a factory authorized repair center.
Its used to create stand alone installation programs.
Extract means "pull out", and a fan in this case is probably a propeller-like thingy used to move air. So an extractor fan is something that's used to draw air away from a cer…tain area.
A carpet extractor is a variety of carpet steam cleaner. Using dual nozzles and brushes, it provides multi-directional cleaning and a drier result than traditional steamers. T…hey may be purchased online or at home improvement stores.
A comedone extractor is a tool to remove blemishes, such as blackheads, pimples and whiteheads. The tool has one or two looped ends, with one of them usually ending in a sharp…er point.