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Most vacuums have plastic tabs and a plastic mechanism of some sort to that will engage those tabs to make it stay upright.
I am suggesting either the tabs are worn down, or are broken off, or maybe the locking mechanism is broken.
These parts are most often not replaceable, unless you can find an identical machine with these still good on it, and swap whatever parts are necessary to fix it.
Machine is a "throwaway " model.
When it breaks, you are expected to buy a new one.
God bless your efforts.
It's very easy.
uncover the printer. Then look left and right site of the printer. There you find 2 lock in left and 1 lock in right side. In right side there is a spring tidely back side of the printer. then open all the parts from left side and right side. put of the plastic sensor that are sruck right to left in the back side of the printer. Then put off iron rod into the ink cartrige carrier. Then try to put off cartrige carrier from the printer ( where the carrier is parked). Then look the belt in the back of the cartrige carrier. Then replace it .
There are only 2 places that you have the problem on the inside door handle. one is at the handle,and the little plastic holder that holds the rod to the handle broke, or the plastic clip the the door lock mechanism broke. the first can be removed without taking the door apart. the inside door handle has a screw holding it in place. you can remove the handle and see if its broken. the second requires you to remove the door panel, to replace the clip that hold the rod to the lock. I door handle in the car is a dealer item only(sorry to tell you that), the clip for the lock, you can get at the auto parts store. hope this helps
There is a little plastic tab that helps to unlock the rod. If the plastic tab is broken, it won't unlock the door/rod. The best suggestion is to look on craigslist or hit your local junkyard and see if the plastic tabs are intact on one of the vehicle. You can use the models from 1986-1994.
Otherwise, you can lock the door before you close it, hold the handle up. Then, when you need to unlock, you will have to unlock with the key, the back hatch, crawl in and unlock the driver's side lock to pop all the rest.
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Remove the four plastic push-in fasteners that secure the upper radiator seal to the grille support and both fender ledges. Remove the two plastic push-pin rivets that secure the upper radiator seal to the radiator. Remove the upper radiator seal from the vehicle.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the grille from the front of the vehicle to service the front lamp units. The illustration shows the grille removed only to assist in clearly identifying the locations of the front lamp unit mounting provisions.
Remove the screw that secures the upper mounting tab of the front lamp unit to the Front End Module (FEM) carrier (also known as the radiator closure). Using a socket with a magnetic insert or with a small piece of butyl tape inserted, reach down between the grille and the FEM carrier to access, remove and retrieve the screw that secures the lower mounting tab of the front lamp unit. Remove the fastener that secures the tab at the bottom of the access panel to the front of the front wheel house splash shield.
NOTE: The illustration shows the back of right front lamp unit and slide lock with the slide lock in the locked position.
Reach through the access opening of the wheel house splash shield and lift the slide lock upward far enough to disengage it from the lock post integral to the back of the front lamp unit housing.
From the front of the vehicle, grasp the outboard edge of the front lamp unit firmly and pull it straight forward to disengage the ball stud from the plastic grommet in the FEM carrier. Pull the lamp away from the front of the vehicle far enough to access and disconnect the two wire harness connections from the park/turn signal bulb socket and either the headlamp bulb on vehicles with dual headlamps, or from the headlamp pigtail wire harness on vehicles with quad headlamps. Remove the front lamp unit from the vehicle.
Firmly grasp the headlamp bulb in the reflector through the opening on the back of the front lamp unit housing and rotate it counterclockwise about 30 degrees to unlock it. Pull the bulb straight out from the keyed opening in the reflector.
Reverse order to install
All there is is just screws around the outer sides of the door panel(3 on bottom). There is one located on the arm rest where the handle is. Then you need to take the screw out where you can lock your door and open your window ect... And just move the panel around until it comes off. You might have to pull the door opener out a little to get it through that hole.