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Re: Over extended will not go back together
Sounds like you need to pull the plastic cover down (were the pole is trying to go in) you should see a push button press this down and push back in, then once it is back in and clicked in place push the plastic cover back up.
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take the deck off. the shaft you want to replace take the nut off the pulley on top and hit it with a hammer it should fall out the bottom. take blade off and there go. be sure bearings are good put new shaft in and put pulley and washer and nut and blade . take a picture of how it comes apart so you don't forget when you go to put it back together.
if you are stuck in gear it is not a basic rebuild but a bad rebuild
because of the design of the gear selection process , it is impossible to have 2 gears selected together as one selector shaft will not move unless another selector shaft is in the correct position ( neutral ) to allow the detente balls to move out of the way so the next selector shaft can move
it is possible that the gear stick is not in the correct position when it was installed back onto the top of the box and one gear was selected and the end of the lever came out of the selector slot or all the selectors were not in the neutral position and so the end of the lever went behind a selector rail
pull the gear lever turret of the top of the box, move the selector rails until they all line up as a slot across all of them , then put the gear lever end back in that neutral slot
the part that the bearings run in is possibly that worn it will not hold together. I have repaired CV Joints before and you usually replace the whole knuckle at the end of the shaft or exchange the shaft for a reconditioned one.
I just fixed a C100with the same problem today as follows:
Take off the pedals, seat pole, and side panels ( 3 long screws on the top and 4 short screws on the bottom then push out [from the inside] the pedal shaft outlet covers and gently take the covers off by turning the pedal shaft). You'll see the cable to the wheel and secure it to the lower chassis rail by tape or a cable tie, then undo the lock nut on the cable end and extend the screwed sleeve by 10 mm. You'll then see that pulling and releasing the outer cable will loosen and tighten the magnetic brake more smoothly. Good Luck, Andy
I had the same issue, my son used his all of half a day and the elevator stopped working. If you take the top of the cave off, and unscrew it from the elevator shaft you will see a black wheel. The string needs to be wrapped around this twice, there should be very little play in the string. What I had to do was take out the 3 screws that held it to the knob on top, then wrap the string back around the wheel making sure not to tangle the string more. once the string is wrapped 2 times you can reassemble.
The rear wiper on the uplander is a common BOSCH unit and is very prone to one very small but very easy ( and CHEAP to fix ) problem. The shaft that goes through the glass on the rear hatch needs to have new grease.Thats it......If you think you need a new wiper motor try this.......take off your old wiper motor and remove the star drive screws that hold this thing together.Now pull this thing appart. Dont be afaid to do this remember you think that you are going to buy a new one anyway right. Inside you will see the electric motor with a worm gear thar turns a big yellow(or white) plastic wheel.sitting on top of that is a funky metal linkage that is connected to the BOTTOM of the shaft.On the TOP end of the shaft you will need to remove the small plastic ring and under that the small rubber o-ring. Now you need to pull the shaft and the linkage out of the unit. They should just pull out with no effort BUT you will find that they are stuck because all the grease has gone hard around the shaft stopping it from moving.Use a little penitrating oil around the shaft and work at it and it will come out. Now use a little break cleaner to clean the shaft and linkage ,apply new grease and put the thing back together again. PROBLEM SOLVED......try it .....trust me you dont need a new motor :-) If you really want to be lazy you dont even have to take the car apart just unbolt the rear wiper arm and remove thearm fron the car then clean the end of the shaft andunder all that dirt you will see the small plastic ring and under that the small o-ring .....remove both of these.now spray some penitrating oil down the shaft.give it a little timeand spray some more.try the rear wiper,if your lucky it will start to turn.put it all back together again.
ok first off i am confused are you sure you have a Kenmore top load ?? You said you had to replace the coupling so i will assume the unit is a direct drive....The pump goes on by 2 clips and fitting it into the motor shaft I dont understand what bolts you are talking about>>????
Your best bet is to UNPLUG the fan, remove the protected cage and the cover that protects the motor and take a can of compressed air and blow out any dust that you happen to see that has built up in the fan. Then look for a bushing that is towards the front of the shaft and the rear of the shaft and place a drop of 3 in 1 oil where the bushings are located. I would place a couple drops on the front and rear shaft, spin the shaft by hand, move it back and forth, then then put it back together again and try it.
This should extend the life of your fan as long as the motor isn't burnt up, and the fan hasn't been left on for a long period of time when the blades where not moving. Hope this helps.
Keep in mind.. a little maintenance goes a long way.