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They are almost always opposite. When inserting them into the unit, The first goes in with the pos or neg end in (whichever applies) the second will be the opposite to the first, and the third will be opposite of the second, etc. If you put them in wrong it won't hurt anything, (unless you leave them like that for a long time) it just won't work.
On the inner side of the brew group (The side opposite the hand grip) there is a small rectangular slider mechanism with a vertical tab that sticks out and a catch near the funnel where the ground coffee is deposited. This slider must be in the correct position in order for the brew group to be inserted properly. If this slider is in the upper position, push gently on the catch so that the slider slides downward about 5mm or 3/16 inch. (I am replying from memory - it is possible that the slider must be in the upper position to engage). This will realign the funnel slightly and release the thumb lever, allowing the brew group to be inserted.
did you try to switch it of an then on?
Pressing the button on top of the screen on the left side for a few seconds till it says slide to switch of. Slide and wait till everything is dark (half a minute) Den switch on again, by pressing the same button sir again a few seconds. Wait again about half a minute.
First, make sure there isn't already a disc in the Wii. Press the eject button and wait a few moments. Next, make sure you are inserting the disc in the proper direction. The "face" of the disc should go the opposite direction of the little rubber feet on the Wii (depending on if you have your Wii lying on it's side or on it's bottom).
Take the pwerhead off your vac.
Face the beater bar upwards toward you.
Remove 4 Philips screws.
Remove the plastic shroud from the bottom of pwerhead.
Carefully remove one end of the beater bar, (the end opposite to the belt)
Remove the belt end.
Now depending on your model... you should be able to remove both ends of the bar.
usually there is thread or carpet fiber wrap around the bar.
You mention the 80,s,which also tell me they had a copper fitting where the axle of the beater bar meet. Trying to relace the end pieces may be a task and a half... So purchase the whole unit from the manufacturer.
Have fun vaccuming
The throttle position sensor is most likely bad or it just may be the throttle cable but I think it is the Throttle position sensor it is located near the throttle valve follow the throttle cable to the end this is where the throttle valve is and the Throttle position sensor is located near the throttle valve on the opposite side it will have a plug going to it and it is held on with two torx head screws purchase the tools and replace.