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How to remove clear view screens.? How to remove the screw that's covered by a cap on both top and bottom ends of the take up side?

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NOTE: No tools are necessary to install a belt. The use of a
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1. Remove the crank handle.
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If my findings are the only reason this unit gives this error, the company should be ashamed of itself charging so much for such a simple repair.

Check these two things if you get the no spin/flashing lights problem.

Test one: Gently holding the rotating head, lift up a bit. If there is a little up/down movement when you lift on it, go to test two.
Test two: Holding the unit upside down, try running through the functions. If all functions work, the repair is easy and inexpensive/free.

The problem is there needs to be no axial shaft slop for the unit to work, and that slop is removed with a thin wave washer under the spinning head. That washer get's weak over time, and I think there is a sensor on the board that makes sure the drive pulley doesn't drop too far down, which triggers the shutdown.

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