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Removing Cover on a Craftsman 48 volt electric mower model # 18A-188- 799

There are two models listed on this unit. Also, Model # 247.37048.0 Push flat head screwdriver thru one of four holes located on the sides of the cover. Press slightly down on black cover and pull slightly up to dislodge hooking mechanism. Continue one the other three. You are wanting to push the black part attached to the cover back in and away from the white part holding the cover down. Picture shows black cover tab that you will push slightly back. in towards the mower. Make sure not to pull the cover all the way until you have disconnected the meter that's connected to the cover.



The next picture shows the white tabs that attach to the black tabs


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need to remove car stereo for repair


depending on the model this can be easy or hard as heck. Check around the face panel of the stereo, sometimes there are two holes either side of the unit, if this is the case, look for 4 screwdrivers or pins which will fit into those holes, when all four pins are in place gently push them to the outside of the unit and pull towards you. The unit should slide out. If there are no such holes I would visit a local car audio shop to ask advice for your particular unit.

Sometimes there is a bolt at the rear of the unit which is used to hold it in place as well as the pins.
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Getting main blackcover off of Craftsman 48 volt electric mower model # 18A-188-799. Push flat head screwdriver thru one of four holes. press slightly down on black cover and pull slightly up. Continue one the other three. You are wanting to push the black part attached to the cover back and away from the white part holding the cover down. Picture shows black cover tab that you will push slightly back. in towards the mower. Also the other part of the plug attached to the lawnmower. Be careful not to stretch the meter wires when removing cover. They unplug from the meter.7d93cc1.jpg8bd0035.jpg

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My door handle came apart and now I have the pieces and don't know how to put them back together. Kwikset, chelsea door handle.


I assume the latch mechanism is still intact... the piece on the edge of the door that locks inside the strike plate when the door is shut -- if that's the case the only thing left to do is align the two knobs, one on iether side of the door, making sure the shaft goes thru the latch mechanism properly (it only fits thru one way) and then sandwich it tightly to the door and tighten it together with a phillips head screwdriver... some kwikset locks require you to turn one of the knobs to get the bolt heads to seat properly.

I'm not familiar with the chelsea model but they are all very similar... if you have more than the 2 knobs with a long shaft on one then chances are the solution above does not apply... you probably will have a knob with shaft and then a flat plate with holes, a finished plate and a plain knob... in this case align the knob and shaft thru the latch mechanism, place the plate with holes on the other side of the door and twist it slightly so the bolt heads lock in and tighten the bolts to the plate... now snap the finished plate over that and push the knob over the exposed shaft that remains... you'll need a flat head screw driver to lock the knob on where a small spring loaded piece fits into a cutout on the handle...

that's about the best I can explain it.

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