My nsect is only two days old, at first it walked perfectly alternating the moving of the three legs at each side. Suddenly, and without a known cause, the legs on teh left side doesn´t alternate, the two first legs on the left move at the same time, so the devide can´t move. It seems like if it tries to move with little jumps, but can´t move. I want to know if it is easy to solve on my own, by opening the left side, or if I have to use de warranty and get it back to the shop (¡It´s only two days old!). Thanks. Diego Curto, Hervás, Spain.
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if you walk to your left, you did it. if you walk to your right, same thing. if you move back to the center, throw your hands up and keep moving your legs, that's called dancing.... WTF are you asking...
hi, you need to expose the throttle pot that is the pot attached to the lever you move to go forward or backwards, normally it a top cover known as the tiller cover, once you done that you see the throttle pot has three legs with coloured wires attached now you need to crossover the outside wires, not the centre one, by doing this you're are moving the reserve to the right hand side and the forward to the left hand side.
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It sounds like you may have a problem with your controller. Pressing the L2 button and moving the left analog stick, which also controls walking, will result in SackBoy moving his right arm (left as he's looking at you.) If your button is stuck, it will override the walking function. Try holding down the L2 button and releasing it rapidly. Hopefully this will snap back the rubber contact pad back into position. If this doesn't work, try a different controller if you have access to one. As a last resort, you can try disassembling the controller, if you feel comfortable doing so, and making sure that the contact pad is in correctly and not bunched up and also that the return spring has plenty of bounce. Hope this helps. Have a good day!
PROBLEM: The walking belt is off-center or slips when walked on SOLUTION: a. If the walking belt has shifted to the left, Start unit @ 1.0 mph using the hex key, turn the left idler roller bolt clockwise 1/2 of a turn to move belt to the right. Be careful not to overtighten the walking belt. If the walking belt has shifted to the right, turn the left idler roller bolt counterclockwise or clock wise 1/2 of a turn depends on the tension that will be on the belt take your time and walk on it to feel the belt underneath you Repeat until the walking belt is centered.
Maytag uses an auto balancing mechanism, based on the rear legs. These legs should move freely. Lay the machine on its side, and try to move the rear legs. If they won't move and appear rusty, then spray penetrating oil on both legs and move them until they move freely.
1. The original shape shows the dog walking. Think about how that shape will change after the dog gets hit by the car. 2. Dogs walk on all four legs, but since this poor pooch isn't doing much walking anymore, the position of his legs must have changed. 3. The dog is probably sprawled out on the pavement where it got hit. To show this, you'll need to move two of his legs, or two matches. Take the two legs in the middle and bring them above.
due to weight and normal motion during wash/spin a very sturdy floor is necessary under front loads also some floors are a little slick and sliding may occur ck for weak floor and maybe some kind ok rough cushion under feet to reduce sliding also if on pedistals even more vibration may occur be sure all screws in pedistal are secure usually 4 from top onto bottom of washer also adj legs to lower unit as close to floor as possible and tighten lock nuts
You are on the right track, the back legs are self leveling ( or supposed to be ). The problem is going to be on the RIGHT side, it is jammed or possibly rusted/corroded or maybe somehow it got turned slightly and is not in the track properly, it should be moving like the left side.