It's in the manual in Appendix F. I bet you can download the manual from the Mitsubishi site. The problem is that it says that it is supposed to be done by authorized Mitsubishi service personnel. We have not had any luck finding anyone in our area who is willing to come out and do it although it looks like it would be really easy for someone who knows tvs.
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lift up the plastic pieces that cover the upright arms. remove the 4 bolts on either side. have someone lift the uprights and console straight up. on the right side inside the uprightarn is the wires. disconnect them there. you can now move in two pieces
The proper way will be to dismantle the headlight and reseal it again with three bond or sealant . The easy way will be to remove your globe and use low pressure air to blow into the port. Takes a while but its the easy way.
Cleaning the contacts is only one part of the problem. Salt water is corrosive and it got into the moving parts and also coated the lens elements. Your camera is toast and that's why Olympus won't bother with it.....they would have to replace virtually every piece. With labor costs, it would cost you as much as three times what you paid for it.
You can dismantle this thing, you can also have it moved on a flat bed wrecker, how far are you going? I would try to get it apart panel by panel, not piece by piece, but wall by wall. It might be possible, but when it goes back together, you might need some new fasteners and brackets here and there. And yes, it is worth it. Hope this helps.
try holding in the menu and input/device buttons on the front of the set both together and see if it blinks a series of blinks, pause briefly then blinks a second series of blinks, let me know what the blinks were sush as 22 or 24
OK The Kenmore 90 series mod.# 110.28912791 is not hard to work on. The problem on the washer was no agitation or spin.First I took the agitater out of the tub,and put them aside. Then I tilted the washer to get to the bottom of the washer. Inbetween the motor and I gueuss pump there are three pieces that need to be replaced called (motor coupler). I disconnected ac cord from wall outlet, the cold and hot water hoses. I disconnected the wires at the motor one piece and one two wire connection pluss move a small canister with two wires out of the way. Removed three bolts bottom of pump pulled pump and motor out, you have to turn back and forth a little and the whole assembly comes out. there are two screws that hold two clips at side of motor and motor come off easy. You will notice there is a black rubber disc with a plastic white three prong piece on each side. (Remove those pieces install same way ( you need to use something to hit the center of the plastic till it sets in, install black rubber piece six wholes three prongs on one side. Install second white pronged piece on the pump side and also hit center to set. Place pump over motor looking to (make sure) the top three prongs go inside three holes left in the black rubber piece. Once you line and they go inside line the motor to where the for rubber legs sat before put clips back on install the two screws, install shaft back in moving the motor side to side install the three bolts, hook wires plugs under the motor put canister with two wires back hook the two hoses back next to motor, stand washer back up, install agitater back, hook hot and cold hoses back plug back in and test. parts at sears (one hours time start to finish taking your time) keep track of all parts. Make diagram if you need to believe me it was easy and washer works great now. By the way when I took the parts off they did not look broken but were bad because now I have a working washing mashine. ( Good Luck, Wyatt Earp )
I have the same trouble. I ended up taking the 3 screws out, then I used a flat screwdriver to pry open the end pieces. Note from the top that there is a line where the end pieces connect. Pry off both end pieces - then you can separate top and bottom.
HOWEVER, once you get in, it will be apparent that this is not very hacker friendly in there. There is a daughter-board with the microphone and headphone adapter and its epoxied in there.
If anyone is successful in determining how to fix the headphone jack, please add!!!