The plastic barrel (jagged) guide broke in two. Can't position barrel forward or backward. Is that repairable or am I looking for new telescope? If the latter is the case, is there any place near Windsor Onrtario that accepts the old one...even for recycling?
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The jagged teeth on sewing plate are not moving to move the material forward. U will have to look under the machine to check out the mechanism that is supposed to move them and find the part that is the cause of no transmission of power to the teeth assembly.
if you can hear the motor working but the paper won't pull in and shred then you broke a tooth on the plastic gear. This happens when you try to shred too much at one time. It happened to me but I couldn't find a plastic gear or the company to replace the gear. I liked the machine so I made my own tooth with DEVCON home plastic welder. With a little ingenuity and some tools you could try to fix it. Or like someone said buy a new shredder
Check that the seat belt mount (often solid plastic or metal that holds the button side of the belt in place next to the center console) is not pinching and preventing the seat from moving forward and back. This happens on many Fords, so it might happen on some GM's too.
If you can hold the buckle mount out of the way while someone else moves the seat backward (or forward), it usually starts working OK again until someone moves the seat to the max forward or max backward position and it gets stuck again
Hi AJ, You'll need to remove the ignition barrel and take it to a lock smith. To remove the barrel look underneath the plastic cowling around the steering column and you will see holes recessed into it. Remove the screws with a star (Phillips screw driver) and then remove the cowling.. Unplug the ignition switch at the connection (follow the cables downward to the multi connector) and then look at the saddle clamp which holds the unit in position. The bolts are "blind bolts' which will need to be removed. I suggest using a cold chisel or cutting slots for a flat screw driver to fit. Once removed the barrel can be removed. Regards John
vt have a nasty problem of snapping inside the back of the ignition,there is a black plastic back on the ignition this is broken try and pry this off then it should release the key ,but dont turn the key forward ,this will wreck the ignition turn it backwards
Check the drive belts first. and make sure the hydro release lever is in the correct position. If it is not- you can push the lawn tractor and have the rear wheels turn. It sometimes doubles as a "Forward" "Neutral" "Reverse" lever on other brands of lawn tractor.
The belts should be in their guides and pulley grooves- check to make sure it does not have a hidden break by having the engine off, and pulling on the belt.
Lastly, check to make sure the hydro itself is not out of oil or low on oil. It uses low viscosity "HyGard" oil. Capacity if you drain the old oil out and refill is 4.6 quarts. Look for a leak if the level is low.
If it still does not move, make sure the levers are set so you are in forward motion positions, and push- if the rear wheels move there is a problem in the hydro unit.
I have an Artisa 180. WHen the threads break I stop it and backup the stitches to where it broke. Read up on your machine and see if it can do this. Look for the icon on the embroidery machine that looks like an S with a tail! It allows you to move forward or backward in the design and find your place where the thread broke. It can salvage a design so you don't have to start over.
when you take the panels off you will see that the barrel is suspended by springs on top and fake struts on the bottom. be careful when removing the panels. if the barrel is leaning forward it's the front struts, if it's tilting upward it's the rear. and be careful how much you load in a front loader
The purpose of the knob if to change the position of the sensor. If you look at the sensor when turning the knob you'll find out that it moves forward (towards you) or backwards (away from you) This should allow you to place the sensor at the correct position. Further more, there are two holes on the plastic flag. the hole nearer to you is the transmissive sensor and the other is for reflective. Try to place the sensor at the correct position.