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Handlebar tilting handlebars up & back

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Where the bars meet the gooseneck (the part that goes down into the frame ) there is a bolt, Tighten it. If it still does the same thing... you need a new gooseneck because it is probably stripped.

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I have a Mongoose Cambridge bicycle. I was wondering how to tilt the handle bars towords me so I am not having to bend over so far.


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Getting Riser Bars or simply flipping the stem over or getting one with a different rise and reach might give you the added height you need. If you LIKE the handlebars, the stem is the best and least-invasive option as most new ones come with front loaders (detachable front caps) that allow replacement without stripping components off one side of the handlebar. In minutes a Bicycle Shop could swap any number of them onto your bike for you to try.

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Xerox Phaser 8560 displays the following error message when connecting the equipment 07,009:42:155474 What is the solution to this problem because the site of xerox found no reference to this error I...


This is out of the service manual. Generally you can just remove the sides and home everything and it will work fine.
Harry

The 7,007.49, 7,008.41, 7009.42, and 7,010.43 errors indicate that the
Printhead was unable to tilt normally on its axis. Possible causes include:
■ The printer was powered off in the middle of a cleaning cycle and the
Wiper Blade has frozen to the Printhead.
■ A Drum Maintenance Camshaft lobe is broken and holding the Drum
Maintenance Kit’s oil roller against the Drum when it should be retracted
to its home position.
■ Process Drive not being aligned correctly.
■ A damaged Printhead Restraint.
■ Ink spilled in the Roll Block preventing proper Printhead motion.
■ Ink or other debris under the Printhead preventing proper motion.
■ The Wiper Assembly not being aligned correctly or ink spilled in the wiper
tracks.
■ The Head Tilt Gear not being homed correctly.
■ The X-Axis Motor nose cone not being installed correctly.
■ The ferrite torrid on the Printhead interface cable has slipped behind the
Printhead causing the Printhead to bind when it tilts backwards.
■ The black plastic shroud on the back of the Printhead is snapped off and
binding the Printhead when it tilts back.
Caution
After servicing the printer, manually set the following assemblies to their
home position before powering on the printer. See Section 6 for
instructions on setting these components to their home positions.
■ Printhead (tilted forward and disengaged from Printhead tilt gear)
■ Head Tilt Gear (disengaged from Process Drive train; arrows on left
frame point to each other)
■ Wiper Assembly (bottom of travel)
■ Process Drive (holes on Transfix Camshaft and Drum Maintenance
Camshaft line up with marks on frame, large gears within assembly
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I took off my front signals & past the rest of the wiring through the handlebars & made sure to solder them back together right! now my rear brake light is always on & I don't know...


The front brake light switch is located on the inner face of the right handlebar switch housing. If you have too much of a gap between the switch housing and the front brake master cylinder, the brake light will stay on continously. Move the front brake master cylinder outward on the handlebars snuggly against the right handlebar switch housing. If this doesn't not solve the problem, your wiring or the switch has a problem.

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The springs appper to be broken. I can no longer


Inside the right-hand hub there are three components, two metal pieces approximately the shape of a rounded J and an concentric cam (looks like an oversized washer about 5mm thick with notches taken out to allow it to turn when pulled which is turned by the button/slider on the handlebar.

The 'j shaped' pieces are held in place by spigots have probably have sheered off leaving the mechanism locked in place.

The Bugagboo final assembly process forces a chrome cap on to the end of the handlebar & legs axle - sadly this requires specialist tools to saflely reinstate so they insist on return and replace and will only do that if you're under warranty.

I'm looking at a work around involving
Putting in two brass spigots and replacing the locking cap with either an over-sized circlip or a split pin and washers.

Sorry it isn't better news

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