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Pull out the brewer, turn it a quarter-turn to your right, and look at the spot where that small black plastic piece -- shaped like a block "M" or block "W" -- should be situated. Pull it out, if it isn't out already. Don't worry about yanking it out or harming these parts, they're made from the same plastic used in football helmets.
This approx. 1.5" wide, blocky plastic piece is part of the "slide" that takes the brewed coffee grounds into the waste container. When positioned correctly, it looks like a block "W," with the "wings" pointing up, and slides in just under a brown 1.5" flat piece. A small, down-facing tab on the brown piece clicks into the "W" piece and holds it in place. The "W" should feel fairly solid, although it is not rigidly in place, as the entire mechanism is a movable system to deposit the grounds in the waste receptacle.
Put everything back inside your CVA 4070 "love" machine, hit "on," wait for it to go through its warm-up and display No F73 message.
Put the outer bag back on the unit. Make sure that you have pushed the outer bag down past a black lip. The piece that holds the inner and outer bag on the vacuum needs to be put on next. The small horseshoe shaped plastic piece goes on with hte open part down. Make sure that the docking station goes behind the lip I told you about. Next put the piece that the inner bag slides into on. This should have the bag back on the vacuum and ensure that it is on properly. If not, then it will pull of pretty easy and blow dirt into the outer bag...not the one that is meant to catch the dirt....I am a manager of an Oreck store.
To remove the outer handle, open the door and while looking at the edge of the door with it open, you should be looking at the side that the door latch lever is on, look near the top area and you should see a small black plastic oval piece. Remove that piece. Take a flash light and look inside the hole. There will be a brass lever inside with a small hole. Use a pick and insert in the brass slide. If you either push or pull the lever to or away, it will release the outer handle assembly. The assembly levers upwards when removing.
I came to this site looking for the answer and since it wasn't here I worked on it myself. The answer for getting access to the top phillips screw is to hold on to the top of the handle with two fingers and you can carefully push down on the outside piece of the handle with your thumb and it will move down about half an inch to where it stops. The bottom of the outer piece will slide out without breaking. I did not try to totally remove the outer handle for access to the bottom screw. Best wishes, Fred
1) Disconnect cable from negative battery terminal
2) Raise vehicle front and suitably and safely support.
3) Remove cover from starter wiring (small right angle-like black plastic cover).
3) Loosen large wiring harness (underneath starter) so that it can be moved out of the way.
4) Remove outer nut and wires from solenoid.
5) Remove outer nut and wires wires from starter.
6) Remove two (2) screws retaining plastic flywheel cover and cover.
You will need to do this - otherwise you will be unable to remove the
front bolt holding the starter to the engine block. This cover is a
small black plstic piece located where starter penertates the flywheel
7) Remove (2) bolts retaining starter to the engine block. One
is accessable towards the front of the starter/vehicile and the other
(long one) is towards the rear of the vehicle - just behind the frame
8) Position starter so that if can be dropped down (flywheel gear part first).
9) Reverse the above instructions to install the new starter/solenoid
You haved to remove the bolts you are looking at and then fold the seat down remove teh other piece of plastic and remove those bolts. On the left and right side there are also a piect of plastic that covers the pivot bolts on the sides of the seats. These have to be removed also to access the bolts under them. This will allow you to remove the seat. POINTS TO REMEMBER. The Plastic pieces are not ment to be removed and will probably break upon removal. They are not cheep to replace. Also the bolts are set to a certain torque value to insure the passangers dont end up in the front in case of a accident. Also the seats have a very storng spring built into the pivot points to assist in raising and lowering the seat. Not easy to manually pull out to reinstall. Good Luck.
There is a round, rotary black part between the metal piece to which the cutting head attaches and the outer plastic seat of the cutting head. There are two square slots, each about a quarter inch wide, on opposites sides of the black piece. Slide an Allen wrench or something similar firmly into the slot. Holding the Allen wrench in a stable position, turn the outer plastic ring of the cutting head (it has scalloped edges that can be gripped firmly) counter clockwise to unscrew the cutting head from the bolt on which it is mounted. Be careful with the tool (e.g. Allen wrench) used to hold the black piece steady, as it is plastic and could be damaged by the edge of the tool.
if the blue light flashes 4 times
Main power led to on/off switch is crushed and not enough power gets through. you have disassemble the camera. I would think first before tring this. Remove 3 screws on bottom, 1 in battery compartment, and 1 at very top of usb flap (look good). Now slide the side piece starting at the usb flap then apply pressure to top and away from unit. now look for 1 silver and three black screws (facing back and front, look good). See the big red wire leading to main on off switch if it crushed thats the problem. I replaced it with a longer piece of wire. Remember to replace battery door first if it fell off during process. *TEST NOTE: You can place batteries in and place a penny across the bottom to test before you put it back together.
Remove lens, locate silver vertical pin inside of mounting ring on left side as you are looking at camera. Lightly slide black plastic piece which is on the vertical pin downward; if it will go downward remount lens and try camera. If plastic piece will not go down, lightly slide it up and then down and now remount lens and try camera. My guess is that either that component is sometimes stuck or that it may have become mispositioned while removing and replacing a lens.