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I need screws for lid and filters in lid

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Changing hepa filter


Helen,
Remove the lid of the Dust Bin, and while holding it upside down in your hand, insert a philips screwdriver (this needs to be a medium screwdriver but with a long blade!) down through the centre of the actuating column. Hold the Filter Refresher knob (green) to prevent it from moving and undo the philips screw.The assembly will now come apart. Pull the actuating column out (the philips screw will remain in the column so don't loose it) The Filter Refresher knob will come away from the Lid. The Hepa Filter can now be removed and the replacement fitted. If the replacement filter is not supplied with a rubber gaskit use the gaskit from the old one..Re-assemble in reverse order.

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Hello I need to get to the belt on my dryer how do i get to it?


Unplug the dryer.
Remove the 2 screws under the lint filter lid.
Remove the lint filter.
Use a putty knife to push in on the 2 clips on the right and left front between the lid and the front panel.
Raise the top lid and move it to the back of the dryer.
Look inside the right and front corners and remove the 2 screws holding the cabinet case to the front panel.
Remove the wires from the door switch.
Pull up and out on the front panel.
You are now in the dryer.

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Dyson DC07 main filter can it be removed to clean?


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I have a 1989 buick park avenue electra and I don't know how to remove the air filter box lid in order to change the air filter. I see no spring clips that are holding it into place.


I had a 1989 Buick Regal, and from what i remember, there were philips head screws, or bolts in the corners of the lid, that when unscrewed, they separated the top from the bottom, thus exposing the filter. And I believe they screw/bolt heads stayed connected to the top lid part.

Totally going on memory here. Hope this helps.

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How do you replace a belt on model 11060622990


Unplug the dryer.
Remove the lint filter.
Remove the 2 screws at the lint filter opening.
Use a putty knife between the top lid and the front panel to release the clips.
They are about 2 inches in from right and left sides where the top meets the front panel.
Lift the lid towards the rear of the dryer.
Look inside the top right and left corners of the front panel and remove the screws holding the front to the cabinet. Remove the door switch wires and set the door aside.
Place the new belt over the drum,ribbed side towards the drum.
Look under the drum for the belt tensioner. It is S shaped with a wheel on it.
Place the base of the tensioner in the slots below the motor pulley.
Feed the right side of the belt through the opening under the wheel with the smooth side of the belt touching the wheel.
Place this side of the belt over the motor pulley with the ribbed side touching the pulley.
Replace the front panel.
Hook up the door switch wires.
Replace the panel screws.
Reattach the top lid and lint filter screws. Replace the lint filter.
Plug in the dryer.

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Door switch broken , need disassembly instructions. manual?


take the lint screen off remove 2 screws. lift the lid by pulling one side toward you and up and then do the other side you will be able to see the lid switch this only works on the ones with the lint filter on top of the lid. if you dont have that kind let me know.

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