Question about Toys
The spring has broken this old wind up toy. I have taken the toy apart and removed the old broken spring and now need a replacement and perhaps a clue as to how to remove the key without wrecking the tin the holds the movement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are indeed two springs that "cross" each other, and they must be both be replaced to ensure full strength.
Normally you have to separate the door panels (as shown in the attached photo) and then you'll see the previously hidden screws you need to remove.
Or you can watch a YouTube video (not a video I made) that demonstrates how it's done.
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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
I am a year too late to help this person but also recently had to replace Funnel Frame on my LG Fridge model # LRSC26925SW. Literally just finished so sharing a quick tip. Not sure if it's same on all models but worth an easy shot. Tried the screw driver thing with no luck as it was just digging into the plastic even at the one little tab hole at bottom of the Frame... So instead, I stood to left of Fridge and cupped my hands around the edge of the door and into the left side of the curved part of the bezel (more towards the bottom) and simply pulled towards me and out away from door (almost like clamping my grip tighter) and the bottom portion popped open with enough gap to work the rest off gently by hand. Pull out from the bottom first and then slide the assembly down to release the top. Once you replace the funnel frame and are ready to reassemble, work the top of the Bezel with the display in first and slide upwards, you'll know when it's in the right place and then snap the remaining three sides a little at a time with the side of your hand (firmly if necessary). It didn't break any clips in case you are wondering... they are designed to release and clamp in that fashion... Ice dispenser now works as good as new... Funny part is all I "really" needed was the Funnel, but LG changed the part and it would only fit if I also replaced the Funnel Frame. Good Luck to the next person reading this!
Posted on May 15, 2010
Remove the three screws securing the User Interface board cover then using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry the two locking tabs out and unclip them then remove the User Interface board cover from the console.
Lift the encoder locking tab and turn the encoder counterclockwise as far as it will go the lift the encoder straight up so that the shaft slides out of the rubber console seal. Remove encoder from the console without flexing the encoder ribbon cable wires at the User Interface board or they could break.
Carefully pry the front edge of the user interface board up using a flat-blade screwdriver then pull the board forward and remove it from the console.
The new User Interface board can now be installed on the console by following the above steps in reverse order. Make sure the console rubber seal does not become dislodged when installing the encoder shaft.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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