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1. Place your hands at each end of the retainer trim piece that runs along the bottom of the dishwasher door panel. The piece may be metal, black plastic or another color, depending on your dishwasher model. Lift up on the retainer section and pull it toward you to remove it. Set the retainer aside.
2. Press the palms of both hands on the old facing and slide it down until the top is free. The facing flexes easily to allow you to slip it out from under the trim along each side.
3. Hold the replacement door panel, or reverse the old one, so that the desired color is facing you. Turn the panel, if needed, so the dimensions line up with the dishwasher door.
4. Slip the side of the facing into the left side of the frame on the dishwasher door.
5. Secure the other side of the facing into the right side of the dishwasher frame by bowing the panel gently and sliding it into the frame.
6. Slide the new facing up and into place so you can reposition the retainer.
7.Hold the new color panel and the spacer behind it up over the lower edge of the frame about 1/4 inch.
8. Snap the retainer into place. Push down on the horizontal piece gently to ensure it is securely connected.
9. Adjust the new panel down a bit with the palms of your hands to cover the 1/4-inch space.
Take the inner piece of the Tater Twister, the large white circular piece, and place upside down on the table. The two handles should be on the bottom and not the top.
Choose your cutting disc and insert it into the inner piece of the Tater Twister. Insert the disc with the bladed side facing downward. There are two tabs on the side that should snap into place on the inner piece of the Tater Twister.
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Plug in the main Tater Twister unit, the glass blender-like piece. Insert a potato or other vegetable into the Tater Twister. There are several small studs sticking up in the bottom. Push the vegetable down onto those studs to hold it in place.
Push the switch on the front of the Tater Twister to turn it on. Take the inner piece and turn it right side up so you can hold the two handles.
Lower the inner piece into the Tater Twister. Position it so the handles line up with the two large slits in the Tater Twister. As you push down, pieces of the vegetable are pushed through the cutting blade.
Continue pushing until the inner piece has reached the bottom. Turn off the Tater Twister by pushing the switch on the front into the off position. Take out the inner piece and dump out the cut vegetable pieces onto a plate.
Hi The clear piece twists on to the housing that has the motor If you look at the other piece that is white you will see tabs The cutters clip to the bottom with the point facing out Place the potato on the disk in the clear part Then place the white piece with the cutter into the clear one press into the potato Then turn it on and press down on the handles till the potato is cut :)
hi if you hold the phone in front of you in upright position so the ear part is at the top on the bottom of the phone is at the bottom pointing downwards then all you need to do is rotate the phone anit clockwise so the ear piece is pointing to your left and the speaker facing the right you need to hold the phone upright though if its flat like is lying down then it wont change to qwerty keyboard it needs to be like, say you have a photo on a shelf but the photo is on its side in landscape view thats how u need to hold the phone, if the back of the phone is facing the floor it wont change to qwerty so the back cover of the phone needs to be facing away from you but not facing down and the screen is facing you and not facing the roof.
its hard to explain but you will get it i think, if you have any problems give me a shout back ok
Follow your upper radiator hose from the radiator to the top of your engine, there where it clamps on is the thermostat housing, remove hose and two or three small bolt's that hold thermostat housing under that is where the thermostat is at. Remmeber that the spring side of the thermostat is what goes into the engine side, facing down.
there should be a directional arrow to show which way air flow should go, if its framed it will have a pull tab that goes facing out, if it a piece that looks the same on both sides, it can go in either way, if it has a white side it goes facing in
Believe it or not, some paper manufacturers have subtle differences in the way that the paper is cut (even for plain white computer paper), so that there is an up-side and a down-side, so it affects the "feeding" action of slipping the next piece of paper into the printing path.
This could be important for special paper types, but a real drag if you're printing text.
Okay, if you took this machine apart don't worry. You would have noticed when you loosened the first two screws closest to the blade (but still on the body of the trimmer) a small white part of the trimmer flew out...you were probably think wtf? Yeah, okay. If you took all four screws out, make sure you align the cord within its allocated space on the frame and screw in the bottom two.
1. Now, leave the top two screws about 75% loose so that you can slip the white piece back.
2. You will notice that there are two prongs sticking out of the hole where the blade is suppose to go. Make sure the "Detailer" enscribed on the front of the trimmer is facing the ground (or opposite yourself). Align the white piece so that the groves are facing the prongs and the other half of the white piece is facing yourself.
3. Slide the white piece down as far as reasonable, without forcing it. There is a little hook on the white piece, and a corresponding groove on the casing of the Detailer. Make sure that you align the white part so that the hook aligns with the groove, also make sure that you have aligned the groove on the back side of the white piece with the small round tip of the motor.
4. Okay, so this is the tricky part, you will probably be saying...the white piece is still sticking out. Well this is initally why it flew off when you took the machine apart. The blade acts a spring load for the white piece and the top two screws on the casing holds the remaing pressure forced on the white piece. What you need to do now is align the blade and its screws with the corresponding holes on the maroone casing and push the front of the blade down on the white piece and tighten the screws. The machine should now be working.
WE FIXED IT!!!!! Ok my fabulous husband fixed my automatic thread foot last night and now I am sewing away. Here is what he did best I can describe. when you engage the thread shuttle, a piece comes down from the right of the sewing machine. I has a spring on the back and a very thin piece of wire with a white plastic moving part. the foot has to snap under the white plastic thing... so you have to very carefully take the white thing out of the track and then put the foot in. the bar side with the larger metal pin goes here and the foot should be facing towards the needle. Hope this helps and if I didn;t explain it well please leave me a note and I will try again :)