The pull-up handle on my rolling tote Baggalini bag broke. A plastic piece on one side broke in half when the handle was raised from it's pocket and came apart.
Handle will not go up or down on one side, it just comes apart and is not usable. A small rectangular black plastic piece broke and then the metal rod with a triangular plastic piece on it came out of the handle tubing on one side.
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As with any high end piece the sewing will be exceptional. never vinyl or plastic. look for the correct color of ink and thread, look for straight edges and alignment when sewing on brand logo. it should look like the real thing, not off set or the wrong color. stiching will never overlap haphazzardly, if you wet the leather, it will dry if real. if you wet the leather and it does not change colors and dry it is plastic or man made. high end comes in a bag or box. now remember those are knocked off too. but they will look like it. the bag will be made of paper fabric on real fabric. check how the price tag is attached, NEVER with a plastic attachement. pretty much plastic is not going to touch the bag. so handles, buckels, bag itself will not be stored or wrapped in plastic.
Jean-a-ma-jig or Hump-jumper
trying to sew over a bump of fabric, such as a thick jean hem, try using this tool local fabric store should carry it
It keeps your pressure foot level as you sew over the bump
you said your needle plate has many strike marks on it,,make sure you can't feel the strike marks so the fabric won't hang on them,,because marks on a needle plate can pulled the fabric
First you need to remove the metal cover to expose the brush roll assembly.
Push up the plastic cover connected to the foot pedal to expose the motor shaft.
Remove the brush roll assembly and simply hook the belt on the motor shaft first then pull back the brush roll and push the brush roll back to the slot. There's a small piece of plastic on the left hand side of the brush roll. This piece would go in after the brush is set in the slot. Finally, replace the metal cover.
That is not true. The handle fell off on the inside. You can remove all the screws, remove window and lock controls. Then take a large flat-tipped screwdriver gently pry off door panel. Pull up and off when loose. You will now have access to inside off door and put the rod back in the handle hole. If the plastic holder piece is broke you will need another one. Cheap.
Take the carrier off by raising the handle and then lifting the handle with one hand as you pull the red handle on the back of the carrier with the other hand. Set the carrier aside and stand behind the stroller. There should be 2 matching plastic 'things' on either side of the stroller, just under the rubber handle. Put your thumbs on the rubber handle and your first 2 fingers on those plastic pieces. Pull those plastic pieces up with your 2 fingers and the stroller will collapse. I hope this helps!
You need a new belt. Belts will stretch to the point that they won't turn the brush roll under load, they will just slip. Check the brush when you change the belt to make sure the ends turn easily, if not, then replace it also.
Sounds like the outer window noozle isn't seated with the inner window. Take out the two screws, one on each side, remove the window, inspect the other half moon window to make sure it is ok, then reinstall the outer window(don't forget the gasket that sits on top of this window)Try to see if you still have a problem.