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Cabinet diagram disassembled the top to get jewelry out of the cutting blade area and need diagram to put all the screws back in place. It was not running at the time of the mishap so nothing was in the blades. The ring landed on top of the blade and I could not reach it without taking the shield area apart.

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Noise from condenser fan. I cleaned the blade and the surronding area. Put some w-d 40 but the noise is still there. It is cold. Should I replace the motor? how hard is it to do? kenmore coldspot...

Go to enter your model number and select model number search.

Here you can see a diagram of the unit. The fan motor cost 95 dollars.

It depends on the type of noise it is making.

These motors when failing tend to hum when trying to start which is a sign of a dry bearing.

Rattling sounds or ting ting ting sounds are either a lose fan blade (check the cheap retaining clip on the front of the shaft .. it may have wiggled forward causing the blade to wobble) or a lose mounting screw.

Also I can't tell from the diagram how close the fan is to the drip tray(tray evaporator) These fans not only aid in removing heat from the condenser.. they help evaporate the water in the drip tray.

If you remove the motor.. have it tested before replacing it. At a hundred bucks it's worth a trip to a good electric motor shop.They generally will test it for free.

If you are able to determine the voltage and hook it up out of the cabinet you may save yourself a trip.

Chances are it's a lose mounting screw or that front blade retaining clip.

Best of luck!

Apr 30, 2011 | Kenmore 64254 / 64252 / 64259 Top Freezer...


How to Change Lid Switch on Roper RAS6233KQ Top Load Washer

<span>Disconnect both hot and cold water line from the water inlet valve. Mark the hot and cold so you don't get them mixed up. There are 2 philips head screws at the back of the machine, holding down the console to the cabinet. One in each rear corner. Slide the console forward slightly and tilt back. There are 2 metal clips that hold the cabinet and top to the back panel. Use a screwdriver and pry both clips up. ( pay attention on how to put the clips back). Disconnect the harness to the lid switch. Now stand in front of the cabinet and tilt forward towards you while pulling forward. Cabinet should slide forward. Once the cabinet has been separated fro the back panel, lift the lid up. On the right side of the lid you will see 2 screws. remove screws. (theses are the screws that secure the lid switch to the top). Now go to the back of the cabinet at the opening and look in the corner where you just removed the 2 screws, You will see a green ground wire screwed to the cabinet. Should be a 5/16 screw. (not 100% sure). Remove screw. there are 2 small clips holding the tubing for the wire harness in place. Popping both clips out should release the lid switch. Now disconnect harness holder from the top of the cabinet by pressing in the plastic clips at the side. Pay attention to the direction of the plug. Put the new plug in the same direction as the one you removed. Once you have inserted the plug and it snaps back into place, thread the tubing back behind both metal clips and clip those back in place. Secure the ground wire back to the cabinet. Now mount the lid switch back to the cabinet. You can do this with the lid up. Secure both screws into the lid switch. Close and open the lid to test the lid switch. You should hear a clicking sound. Now its time to put the cabinet back on. <br />Standing in front of the cabinet, tilt it forward towards you and line it up with the base frame. Tuck the front bottom lip on the cabinet under the lip of the base. Make sure that the tabs sticking up from the base lines up with the bottom of the cabinet. Be patient, may take you awhile to get the cabinet back in position. <br />Slide the back panel forward back in place. make sure it tucks into the back of the cabinet. Once its in place, now you can reinstall the two metal clips that secure the back panel to the cabinet. reconnect the harness to the lid switch. Tilt the console back down into place inserting the tabs on the side into place on the cabinet. Once in place slide the console backwards into place. You can now put the 2 screws back that hold the console to the cabinet. <br />That should do it. Plug the washer back in and start using.</span>

on Mar 18, 2011 | Roper RAS6233KQ Top Load Washer

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The trimmer is not cutting the way it should, the bottom blade seems out of place and I cannot put it back in place

Conair trimmers are only good for about a year and they are hard to put back once you have messed with them. does your blade pop off or does it have two phillips screws holding it in? If you take the blade off completely you should see two arms that are in there, you have to place the blades back on correctly and hold them together while putting the screws back in. be very careful not to tighten the screws too much. Oil your blades with 3-1 oil and then turn them on. adjust the trimmer and see if everything is level, if it is try cutting withem and see what happens. If the motor sounds good but the blades are pulling your hair rather then cutting it then you need to replace your trimmers because your blades are daul.

Oct 05, 2010 | Conair HC100RCS Hair Trimmer

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Putting glass and washer together

  1. Place glass container upside down on safe working area.
  2. Place rubber gasket/ring on top of opening first.
  3. Place stirring or mixing blade on top of rubber gasket/ring.
  4. Take the plastic retainer and screw it on over everything previously assemble.
  5. Hand tighten only enough that you can reverse the whole operation when comes cleaning and disassemble time.

Feb 13, 2010 | Elite 072-04-1198 Blender

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How do i disassemble my ws-65313 for transport

Good Day,
To disassemble this TV follow these directions:
1). Pull front speaker grill off
2). Unplug the 2 cables connectors in front
3). Remove 4 screws on both sides of cabinet (might have plastic covers)
4). Carefully lift cabinet top until the support tabs clear the bottom cabinet
5). Carefully rotate the cabinet top and place back side on floor ( the mirror is on the top side)
6). Pack/wrap properly with blankets and transport in this manner.

Good Luck and Move, Big Irish.

Dec 02, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-65313 65" Rear Projection...

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Go to Lowes, to the cabinet knob dept. Get a cabinet knob that matchs the holes in blade. You can always bend the screw a tiny bit if needed to fit. Put the screws into cabinet knob, and tighten. Cut the heads off and you are ready to go. They have a knob that is stainless steel, just a flat piece across the top, an 2 straight pieces that go down. I think it was $2.97. It gives good grip, and takes the blade right off.

Aug 21, 2009 | Breville JE95XL Juicer

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How to get sharp r-1440 disassembled from under

Probably don't need this anymore, but there is another post, which we added to. Hope you had success.
Be sure to unplug first.
It is mounted on a steel bracket which the micro was tiled into place on. The bracket covers the entire area of the wall where the micro sits.

Basically, two screws in the bottom of the overhead cabinet, and two more screws located in the venting area of the microwave (under). Take the vent filter covers off each side, and remove one screw on each side carefully. If you take the fan cover off in the top front, you can see the steel support on the left.

Two people: The micro is then lifted up and off the support slightly, and then tilt forward to remove.

Jul 15, 2009 | Sharp Microwave Ovens

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Push to start switch for whirlpool dryer i need diagram i have four terminals on switch two blk. wires, one tan, and one white withred stripe whirlpool model #11062822101

hi how-to-repair-a-dryer-1.jpg Except for the power cord and the exhaust vent, the components that make up the dryer are contained in a sheet metal box. Each component acts independently of the others, but all are interrelated in some way. There are several different ways to disassemble the cabinet for tests and repairs, depending on the manufacturer and model of the machine. Basic disassembly procedures are simple.

Some knobs may be held to their shafts with setscrews. Unscrew the fasteners and pull the knobs straight out. To get at most parts, however, only remove the back panel. Don't disassemble the rest of the cabinet until you're sure you can't make the tests, replacements, or repairs from the back. If the light in the dryer burns out, remove it from the dryer. You may need to remove retaining screws and panels to access it. Replace the burned-out bulb with a new one of the same type and wattage; check the ends of the 

Step 2: To remove the lower front panel, pull it away from the bottom of the cabinet. Lift the lower panel up and away. Remove the springs under each side of the lower panel.

Step 3: To remove the top panel, wedge a stiff-bladed putty knife under the rim of the top and pry the top off. The putty knife helps release several spring fasteners at the top of the cabinet sides and front.

Step 4: To remove the dryer's control panel, remove the screws that hold it to the cabinet top or front. These screws may be under a piece of metal or plastic trim; pry off or unscrew the trim. Most knobs are friction-fit; pull them straight out.

Caution: When testing or repairing the electrical parts of a gas dryer, remember that the dryer is hooked to a gas pipe. Turn off the shutoff valve on the supply pipe before disconnecting the gas supply line or moving the dryer and before doing any electrical work.

Sep 13, 2008 | Dryers

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If the motor makes no noise in the spin cycle only, it sounds like you need a lid switch.
Unplug the machine. Remove the end caps on both sides of the console by putting a flat screwdriver in the top of the end caps from the back and gently prying up. Remove the two Phillips screws holding the corners of the console down. Lift the console and gently fold back. Unplug the lid switch. That's the 3-wire quick disconnect below the timer. (If you have a high price model, you'll have three hoses under a plastic cover on the left. disconnect those hoses before going further.)
Using a flat screwdriver remove the gold clips holding the cabinet to the back. Place the blade of the screwdriver in the indentation closest to you and tilt the handle of the screwdriver back.
Open the lid. Lift and tilt the entire cabinet toward you. Look down through the hole to the front bottom edge of the cabinet. It is hooked under the front edge of the washer frame. Remove the cabinet and place it in a position you can work under it.
The lid switch is held in lpace with two Phillips screws on the right edge of the hole. There is also a 5/16 in ***** holding the ground wire to the cabinet. Install the new switch using all the clips and screws that were holding the old switch in place.
Pick up the cabinet, hook it under the front of the frame, and tilt it back into place. Push the sides of the cabinet in as you are tilting it back to make sure the hooks in the frame (back, sides) line up with the cabinet. You can know it's in place when the edges of the cabinet line up evenly with the edges of the back.
Re-install the gold clips. Hook them into the back panel, put them into the slots in the cabinet, and push down until they snap into place. Re-connect the lid switch. Lower the console. Replace the screws. Replace the end caps - bottom first, then snap them in at the top.
Happy washing!

Mar 11, 2008 | Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9564J Top...

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How do I remove the cabinet on a Kenmore Model 11022882101 top loading washer?

You need to remove 2 screws in console. They might be in back, on ends or in front ends. If you can't see any, they are under the console end caps. To remove end caps, pry off by pulling caps towards outside from center part of cap. Pry toward you and towards outside. Then remove 2 screws and flip console up and back. Unplug connector to washer cabinet. Remove 2 gold colored clips by inserting straight screwdriver in them and prying back. Make not of their position first. Now tilt cabinet toward you and slide forward and off base.
To replace, tilt cabinet and slide under frame in front. Now lower cabinet on to frame, making sure cabinet is on frame on sides. Re-install clips by placing them in position and pushing down with palm of hand. Plug in connector, lower console and install screws.

Nov 21, 2007 | Washing Machines

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