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Hi the seat is attatched to the frame with a hard edging.
1st; take it off the bootom which is velco
2nd; slide the seat cover out of the frame from bottom to top, this is a tricky
3rd; The top of the seat cover is attatched the same way but sideways, you need to undo the straps from the top then feed them through the holes in the cover.
4th; Attatch new seat cover the same way but in reverse.
Not familiar with Hondas, but to remove the bumpers on cars I've worked on, there are usually 8 bolts, 4 that attatch the bumper to the right side frame, and 4 that attatch to the left side. Be careful, that you remove any screws that attatch to the side panels FIRST!
Whole of the assembly which contains the side metal plate which support the display, the part which attaches the display and the rotational part is called HINGE ASSEMBLY. And whole this part is replaced.
If one part of the assembly is malfunctioning then the professional have to remove the whole assembly and replace it with another.
hi, you are looking for a 1/2 " aluminum tube (or painted black), when you find that, follow the tube until you find an attatched, rounded cylinder/tanks with wires attatched, when you find that, look for a blue plastic cap, if cap is present, that is your connector! if no cap present , the connector is approx. 1/2" wide, 1-1 1/2" inches tall and attatched to afor mentioned tube near tank/cylinder (actualy called receiver/drier)....good luck, marty
Ok, I will try to explain this as well as I can. Please bear with me.
Remove the dust bag, cover and all, from the machine. Attatch the shampoo tank to the part where the dust bag attatched on the machine (not on the handle).
Remove all attatchments from the front of the machine, and attatch the shampoo foam "collector", ensuring that the belt is over the drive.
Connect the small hose between the tank and the foam collector.
Mix the water and shampoo as directed on the bottle, in the tank.
Turn the knob on the top of the tank to on, then start the machine.
I run the foam over about three sections, and then turn the knob back to off, lower the collector, and run back over it to pick up all the foam and dirt.
I hope some of that makes sense.