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hold in right hand, depress cocking release with thumb, pull back cocking slide (takes some effort) till it locks out, push in on the lower front of barrel to rotate loading port to the up position (this won't move unless the cocking slide is pulled back), load BB in the top hole that is exposed (or a pellet in the lower hole), push loading port back down flush with barrel, push cocking slide forward. Marksman is now loaded. push safety button in so it is engaged. When in an appropriate place to shoot a target, push safety button back with your right finger (safety is off) and squeeze trigger.
Probably has a broken or jammed lock When you position the seat try pulling/pushing the handle instead of relying on the spring to engage the lock. If the seat frame is broken remove it for repair or replace with another seat back
You will need to replace the door lock. Here is the part to order. To replace the lock, remove the band securing the boot to the front panel and fold back the door boot. Now you can access and replace the lock. Let me know if you should need further help.
Hi - I understand that the door won't engaged, however does it show any other symptoms? Try to start a drain spin cycle and let the unit run for approximately 5-7 minutes and press cancel once. If the door opens immediately, unit made have a bad door lock. If you have to wait for the door to release to open, then possibly you have a control or wiring issue.
If the lock will not engage and keeps locking and unlocking then turn the power off, slide the stove out to obtain access to its back. Remove the 3 screws from back cover and you will see the locking motor and a switch with a lever that rests on the locking rod. This lever has lost its firmness and does not engage the switch to tell the motor it is locked. Simply take a pair of pliers and bend the lever down to put more load on the lever. Now when the rod turns it will fully engage the switch which will tell the motor that the door is locked. Test your setting to make sure you have it adjusted right and then re-install your cover and push your stove back into position and enjoy your day. Takes 10 to 15 minutes and is cheaper than calling a service tech. Remember to turn the power off when working on the back of the stove through testing and such. No need to get hurt.