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Check cable routing from transmission side underneath the car up to the firewall and through a hole into passenger compartment. You may have to remove the foot pad and pull back the carpet to see where the cable enters the car the is routed up under the dash to the speedometer. There is a clamp or release that you press on the back of the speedometer while pulling the cable assembly from the back. On the transmission end there is a coupling you unscrew where the cable goes to the trans. Usually on the side and disconnect cable from trans. carefully pull and remove old cable. Pay close attention to how it is routed and any retaining clamps holding the cable in place. Follow new cable instructions . Some have to be greased or graphite added before assembly. Do not bend too far or make sharp turns to the cable. Reassemble and check for noise and needle vibration after test drive.
there is a small ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the motherboard it needs to be re attached this is very tricky and hard to do for the average computer user there a lot of small screws and they to be taken out in order and put back in order very easy to mess the whole thing up you can look for videos on youtube for your model and find instructions on how to take your laptop apart or your you can pay a laptop repair man to do it or buy an external keyboard that is going to be your cheapest route 10-20 dollars for a usb keyboard problem solved
Sounds like you need to check you cable tension. If the limits are set correctly and the derailleur spans the cassette range, then the cable tension is incorrect to make all the necessary click stops. If the cable tension is correct then you may have problem with the shifter or you are routing the cable through the rear derailleur incorrectly.
Without knowing what specific components you are using it is impossible to be of more help, sorry.
If you go to www.iconservice.com and type in this model number 159730 under manuals then it will pull up a downloadable copy of the assembly instructions for your machine including how the cables are routed.
Go to iconservice .com click on manual input Wieder for manufacturer then in model name input pro power stack you will find the manual in PDF format you can in large the page needed to accomplish the cabling.
If you remove the LCD hinge cover, you will see where the cable is routed thru the hinge assy to the motherboard. You may have to remove the keyboard to reseat the cable connection to the motherboard. If that doesn't resolve, then the Cable or LCD itself is bad.
The cable does run acroos those 4 rollers on the CD drive unit. The cable is staticly attached on the right side (unit facing you) of the carrier rack, routes under the lower rifght roller, up and outside of the top right roller, across and outside the top left roller, then down and inside the lower left roller.
From there, it routes across the carrier to a small hook (black plastic). Under that hook and then up to the spring.
I can send pictures if you need them. I have this same unit with a carrier that will not fully eject the CDs. I have been in this case more than once.