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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Installing new inlet valve
mike most water valves not are easy to repl the dispencer li and ice maker line are just push in all the way and they lock in place and to remove the all you do is push the ring around and they get relase. now the main line that supplies water that one you have to screw right you need new connectors.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
I have to do the same with my door handle on my excel. The Window winder is held on by a sort of circlip thingy and they do make a special tool to remove it, and i would reccommend buying it or even borrowing one from a local mechanic. it is possible to remove it with a screwdriver and some wire but it is very hard and fiddly as you have to do it blind.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Look at the inside of the door directly behind the door handle. There should be a hole about 15 mm wide.
Just enough to get a small socket through.
Make sure the window is up.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
the screw is probably a 1/4" srew. go to ace hardware or similar hardware store and tell them your problem and tell them you need a srew extractor. the one you can use in a cordless drill, it will drill and get the screw out in seconds.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
check that all screws have been removed from door. Hidden screws often found behind reflectors in door. Use prying tool and gently pull bottom of door panel away from doorm on/in door handle and near mirrow within door jam. Lay on the ground and look between the door and panle. You can usually see the plastic clips holding the door in place. Once bottom is loose you should be able to lift the door up and off of the door. Watch for power window and lock wires when removing. If manual windows, slide a rag behind window crank and move back and forth to remoce clip which holds crank on.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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models use an tamper-resistant screw which can be removed with a
specially-designed tool available from home improvement stores
& appliance parts stores. But some folks just use a hammer to
tap and loosen the screw, then a "star", t-type, or small flathead
screwdriver can be used to remove the screw.
detailed photo shows how a small screwdriver fits into the screw head
the screws are tough, so you may only be able to just bend the post
slightly with a punch, then a small flat blade will "grab" enough to
turn the screw. Pliers on the handle will help, too.
creative solution is to use a hacksaw or a Dremel tool to carefully cut
a slot in the head so a flat blade will fit it.
Always be sure to put any silver-colored cover screws back in the same
holes they came from. They are often used to ensure a good safety
ground from the cover to the chassis!
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