Printer information is stored in the reistry in windows, Go to regeit in the windows directory and look for you printer software, DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING HERE AS YOUR COMPUTER MAY STOP WORKING. If the printer is not there it will have to be reinstalled unless you have a backup or restore point. To create a restore point go to my computer from the stat menu and right click, now properties and system protection. If you loose somthing you can go back to this point or date. Phill
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If it has a pedestal base attached it has to come off first--set face down and on padded surface---support the frame of the screen carefully---in that position exert NO downward force as the screen unit (Display panel) is very fragile and can be destroyed.
Most of these sets the base obscures or hides screws that need to be removed to get the back off.
I just replaced this pan on my unit. I have to admit it was more of an issue than I predicted. You need to remove the screws from the back cover of the unit. Then you can swing the back cover up like a hinge until it is sitting upside down on top of the front cover. Be careful not to damage the wires connecting to the circuit board. You can then remove the circuit board. After the circuit board is removed, you can remove the screws and the front cover. (note, you will have to spread the front cover to get the tabs on the center mounting locations to pop over the frame. After the front cover is removed you will see several things mounted to the base. I removed all of the fastners including the large nuts holding the compressor down. Then with some help,from a second person I lifted the unit and pulled the base away. I had to remove the yellow ground wires from the compressor in order to remove main unit. you will notice now that there are a few pieces attached to the base. I removed each piece and reinstalled it on the new base. then I assembled the entire unit in reverse.
Most tvs have four to six screws that go in the back just above were the mount goes in at the bottom of the unit. look for a 8 to 10 inch raised area or 3 screws in a row, 2 rows. Face the tv face down on the bed with the base hanging over the edge. Some tv's like L.G.base just push into the bottom with 2 or 4 screws holding it in place. The screws will look much heavyer then the ones going around the set. maybe round top not flat topped
remove cartridge and leave top door open, then remove two screws in back ; open front sheet panel to find two screws to remove then remove outer case carefully AND PLACE ON LEFT SIDE BECAUSE THERE'S A RIBBON WIRE ATTACHED. there are 4 screws holding the fuser unit in place, remove AND LIFT OUT BY ROLLING TOWARD YOU to reveal 2 screws to access the red roller assembly! In my case there was a very tightly wound piece of paper stuck in there not visable without removing the screws on the fuser unit!
Had the same issue. I turn the unit upside down and while holding panel down just pulled staight up on the base. The circular base popped off without any damage. I just needed to remove for shipping.so I didn't have to remove the cylindrical post. Once the base is removed you can see a screw that probably attaches that cylinder to the unit. Carefully removing it should work. Good Luck....j
The hose attaches in place of the beater-bar head unit. To remove the head unit, lift the headlight assembly, then turn the square gray Kirby emblem counter-clockwise 3/4 of the way around until the red triangle on the square portion aligns with the red triangle on the base unit (this disengages the belt). Then flip the silver metal fastener that was underneath the headlight to release the head unit and remove the head unit. To attach the hose, simply line it up so that the safety button is engaged by the hose assembly and then use the metal fastener under the headlight to secure the hose to the base unit.
Tis a long way down my friend, I've never had to change one, on any brother printer, but I've never encondered them knowing not the time either. I suggest you take it to the repair agent, or get a manual but for what its worth this is what I know
I've seen the battery when I've had the scanner unit off the base printer, comes off after all covers are removed and all the cables that attach them are disconnected, then theres clips on the sides and two(four?) locking screws on back(front?) from memory. and thats all a task in itself.
Heres the best pic i can find of the left base of your printer engine displaying battery position, hope this helps.