Dog got tangled up in wires and pulled laptop onto floor . battery was disloged and one of the spring catches dosnt spring any more but it does lock. battery now flat wont charge up now . charger ok been using it for 1 yr had it 2 yrs from new . would be gratefull of any help fixing it . or do i need to take it to vet to get put down
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do a petrol wash to ur motherboard if den also it dosnt work den may be ur ic's or bios has burnt up try to go to service repair if den also it dosnt work den i m sorry u hve to get one new one.u should have to remove the battery immediately when water spoiled up
There are special tools made for this job, however not needed for most jobs (makes easier). Clean the spring and lube slightly with silicone spray or light oil. Catch the end of the spring that would be the outer end onto slot or pin and slowly spiral the coil into place holding down coils as you turn(dont try to coil the spring then drop it in, take your time as you wind and maybe ask a freind to lend a third hand if your fingers get tired, once you start you cant stop). The inner part of the coil has a bent hook that will catch on the inner portion of the pull rewind. Lood at how the rewind catches this hook by turning the rewind in the direction that it turns when you pull the rope. When you pull the rope it winds the spring. If you put the spring in backwards the rewind spring will not catch. Once you got the spring in place, turn the rewind in the direction that it turns when you pull the rope until it stops, then release one turn and insert rope thru guide and into spool to tie knot. Slowly let rewing pull in new rope. Good luck
I assume that you are speaking of a pull start mechanism.
I can not imagine how to put a put pull starter back on "wound tight".
Your pulling on the cord tightens a spring which pulls the cord back in.
They go back together with the cord fully wound onto the spool.
Usually, I only take these apart to replace the cord.
Wind the new cord onto the spool without handle.
Reassemble, then pull out on the cord a little when attaching the handle to the cord.
This is the only way to get tension onto the spring at the fully retracted position because the catch for the spring is on the machine and the spring itself is on the underside what you are assembling.
If you do not wish to shorten the cord or replace it, then remove the handle, assemble enough to catch the spring, wind one turn tighter then feed rope through hole and reattach handle. Easier said than done.
If your spring is broken, then you will be needing a new one.
okay,after you have dissembled replace pull cord set aside now place the spring into the casing by catching the end into the retaining slot and wind it down into the casing hang onto to it now feed the cord end thru the hole afix handle onto cord then place into casing make sure that the spring and cord pulley dog together now holding pulley down in casing pull alittle cord out between case housing and pulley and preload spring by turning pulley around with cord 4 to 6 times secure pulley you should be all set good luck
you have to replace the coil spring it's not to hard to do. take the top off and buy new coil spring and winf it in revers to get the rope pulled all the way in then put back on mower not letting go of coil spring and allowing it to catch on the crank shaft dogs.
i'm sorry to tell you this, you have to take take the hole recoil apart.either the spring is broken or the dog that holes the spring is not engaged.to fix it you have to take it apart.restring the rope,make sure the dog is catching the spring,rotate the recoil rotor to tension the spring,retie the handle and reinstall the recoil as an assembly.hope this helps,let me know if you have any questions...........
starter dosnt engage?(starter engauges but dosnt catch flexplate or flywheel, maybe dosnt engauge at all) barely turns over? (like theres no battery causing hard crank)
you can test your battery by starting the car with the headlights on, if the headlights go dim the battery is bad. your battery could be out of date or the alternator could be bad and not charging the battery.