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A QO220 breaker will provide 20 amps of power at 240 volts when connected to #12 copper wires.
Smaller wires can not be connected as it will result in a code violation - and they are not rated for 20 amp loads. Depending on the device to be connected, it will have a total of either 3 or 4 wires. (2) hot black, red or blue wires and (1) ground green wire. Four wire devices provide (1) white neutral wire as well.
Three wire devices will provide a bare or green ground and 2 hot wires. The two hot wires should be black, red or blue - but in the case of building cables like Romex - may simply be a black, a white and bare or green. The black and white in a 3 wire cable used to provide 240V are both hot, and bare or green is ground. There is no neutral in this case. The white wire should be marked with red, black or blue tape, paint, etc. where ever it is visible so that people know it is hot - and not a neutral.
Bring the cable into the panel and locate the ground bar and the neutral bar. The ground bar has only bare and green wires connected to it and the nuetral bar will have only white or gray wires connected to it. Connect your green ground to the ground bar and any white or gray wire to the neutral bar. Most homes with the service disconnect switch inside this panel have only one bar that serves both ground and neutral wires. If your panel has ground and neutral wires mixed together, you can bring the white and green/ bare to any open terminal in the ground / neutral bar. Don't put more than one wire into 1 terminal.
Next, install the QO220 breaker.
The remaining 2 hot wires should be routed and connected to the QO220 - one wire to each of the terminals. It does not matter which terminal gets which wire as long as they are in two different terminals.
Check the wiring under the handlebar assembly that controls that side, sometimes if this is taken apart for mod, a wire get pinched under the assembly. Check both sides while your at it. I would put a fuse in and unplug all the connectors, with the bike on, start connecting the connectors back and the fuse should blow, then you know exactly which system your working with. Check ALL the wiring in that system, I bet its a pinched wire up in the handle bars.
it goes under the large plate, you need to remove the screws holding the nose in place (large black piece with screws on either side) sometimes this is a 2 piece part. Under the plate where the lockout bar sits is a small recess and you will need to start the spring and then push it into place with the lockout. Let me know if you need more assistance.
Pull the space bar off by using your fingers. Underneath, you'll find a metal rod. Take note on which way it is facing, and how it fits. Make sure nothing in broken under the space bar, then put the space bar back on making sure it hooks in correctly.
I took mine off to clean under it and had a similar problem. After a bit of struggling I figured it out. I will try to explain it as best as I can, but forgive the non-technical language:
There are two gray plastic pieces on the space bar that must be that must be latched to the two white plastic pieces on the computer. The gray pieces pop off the space bar easily. Take them and put them on the white pieces on the computer so that the white arms lay across (and snap into) the top and bottom of the gray piece. The middle of the gray piece will sit in between the two arms that are not "holding" the gray piece. Then take the space bar and put the metal part into the hole on one side (outside of the plastic pieces) and then push it over so you can put the opposite metal part into the other side. Then push the space bar straight down and it will snap into place.
Yup! you can do that.. carefully... i repeat, carefully pry-upward the space bar using a hard plastic card (I.D cards are best). Clean the hinge with a brush. Press down till you hear a click to return the key back to its position.
Take the wire piece out of the keyboard and attach it to the space bar by snapping the long horizontal section into the notched moldings you will see along one edge of the underside of the spacebar. Now turn the spacebar back over, orient it with the high side toward you and the lower side toward the other keys, fit the retainer ends into the slots in the keyboard, and push the spacebar center pin back into its hole. The wire is not really a retainer; it is there to transfer to the center pin any pressure applied to either end of the bar.
You cleaned the rubber under the buttons and the buttons too? All you do is put the metal bars straight down then angle it about 10 degree towards you then put it in like a regular key, but if you lost the wire then.... might need to get a new one, heh.