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Need an older Moulinex can opener part for model 247

For a third time, the shield on the can opener broke, and the levelling pin no longer stays in place. I need to replace the cutting wheel ensemble, not difficult if you can supply the part...

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SOURCE: 1995 geo prism spash shield broke, can I fix it myself?

you should be able to in stall it your self. just rember how you take the old one out ok .have a nice day

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SOURCE: wind shield wipper handle wont stay in place it

Hi there,

Well you can please follow the below steps -
1. Lift the wiper arm away from the windshield. If the tension spring is damaged or broken, the arm will not show resistance. If it is functioning properly, then pull the arm back until the hinge locks in a vertical position.
2. Remove the retaining nut at the base of the windshield wiper arm and pull the wiper arm off.
3. Slide the new wiper arm assembly on.
4. Tighten the retaining nut and lower the arm back down to the windshield.
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You should have enough clearance to tap the stud from the hub to remove. If not, you will need to pull the nub assembly as a unit. It is actually easier when installing the studs with the hub removed, this way you can drive the studs nice and tight with a hammer and no interference. It is not to bad of a job to remove the hub.
I listed the front and rear diagrams.

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SOURCE: The 5th door of my 2006 Sequoia was very difficult

as it broke, you need to replace the handle only! then use Anti rust spray to the lock from time to time... it'll be ok! the lock is exposed to accumalation of dust, dirt and lubricants as it is in the bottom of the door, so you need to take more care about it. handle will cost you $60 to $72
if you have some skills you can do it your self, or take it to a technician

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