jamb

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upright consisting of a vertical side member of a door or window frame

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Door Jamb Armor Installation: Cleigh Thomas, Skyline Gateway
Door Jamb Armor Installation: Lou Byrne, The Dolben Company
According to the narrative, the boy told his mother his hand was caught inside a door jamb on the side of the rink, and when he jerked it free, he accidentally struck a player from the Tri-Valley team.
Consumers should always refer to the information from the automobile manufacturer, which is commonly listed on the door jamb or in the owner's manual of the vehicle.
Department of Energy (DOE) cautions not to rely on the pressure setting on the tire's sidewall, but to consult your owner's manual or look for a sticker on the driver's side door jamb or in the glove box.
The division manufactures a wide range of electro-mechanical and mechatronic controls, including column switches; control modules for windows, doors and other customer courtesy uses; electronic controllers; instrument panel and console switches; lighting centers; transmission switches; and security, under-the-hood and door jamb switches.
The optimum tire pressure required can be found on a sticker in the vehicle's door jamb, on the inside of the glove compartment door or in the owner's manual.
The division manufactures a wide range of electro- mechanical and mechatronic controls, including column switches; control modules for windows, doors and other customer courtesy uses; electronic controllers; instrument panel and console switches; lighting centers; transmission switches; and security, under-the-hood and door jamb switches.
DOE cautions not to go by the maximum pressure printed on the tire's sidewall, but to find the proper tire pressure for your own vehicle on a sticker on the driver's side door jamb or in the glove box, as well as in your owner's manual.
Always follow the inflation pressure recommendations in your owner's manual, or those on the tire information label that is located in the glove box or on the driver's door jamb.
To confirm you have the correct color, locate your car's paint code on the door jamb and match it with the color code of the touch-up paint.
When checking tire pressures, ensure they are inflated to the manufacturer's recommended levels, which can be found in the owner's manual or on a sticker on the driver's door jamb.
Don't confuse the "maximum tire pressure" written on the sidewall of the tire with the "recommended tire pressure" provided by the manufacturer - that's found in that handy owner's manual you've resolved to read and on a sticker conveniently located on the driver's side door jamb.
Place a towel along the bottom of the door jamb as a temporary block for cold air until more permanent weatherproofing can be installed.
chin over finger over ribs over tongue, pried from the door jamb,