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Raise the hood of your car and look near the battery for a black, plastic box. Unsnap the lid and raise the cover. On the inside of the lid there should be a schematic of the fuse orientation, and inside this box there should be an array of circuit breakers, fuses and relays arranged according to the schematic. One of the small, black relays is likely to control the fuel pump. Near the relay there is also typically a red, 10-amp fuse labeled "FUEL," "F/P" or "FUEL PUMP." If not, check under the dashboard.
If its under the Dashboard
Use a flashlight to look under the dashboard. In most cases, there should be a lower cover to access the fuse panel. Remove the cover with a small screwdriver and pull the lid off of the fuse panel. On the inside of the lid there should be a label that identifies the fuse arrangement, similar to the label on the power center under the hood. Look for the same lettering that designates the fuel pump fuse. If the fuse is not there, look in the specialty fuse panels.
I assume you've tried using a pry bar? If so and that didn't work, then the lid is apparently *frozen* to the bucket. Turn the bucket upside down. spray WD-40 or equivalent solvent around the perimeter of the lid and let it soak until the lid can be removed.
Ow this is a math problem! Here is my solution:
Based on the purchased price or Rs1200 for the 20 buckets, each bucket would then cost 1200 / 20 = Rs 60.
To make a profit of Rs 15.50 per bucket, he should sell each bucket with the price of Rs 60 + 15.50 = Rs 75.5.
I believe the design of the handle on the SCE502 is poor and will fail over time. The nut in ours fell out of the handle, and we were holding the black plastic handle while the glass lid was falling to the floor. Ours failed this weekend, and luckily, when the lid fell, it did not break. After looking over the lid and the black handle, I purchased a 1/4-28 screw and a 1/4-28 nut (original was corroded). I drilled a hole completely through the handle and now the black handle is securely attached to the glass lid with a stainless steel screw and nut..
try this it might help on the lid of the water bucket you will find a red filter if this is dirty give it a wash and see if that helps, also make sure the black seal is in place on the top of the window where the water bucket overlaps, also if the clearview window is damaged where the unit rests on the carpet this can be a prob
"The black plate with floater in the bucket" is what signals that the bucket is full of water. So if it isn't in the right place then you will get "P1" (Problem 1 which means bucket is full). The "black plate" needs to flop down inside the bucket for it to register as empty. When the bucket fills the floater makes the plate go to the top and it shuts off the unit.
The tank lid of your recovery tank is designed to engage two tabs to lock the front of the lid down on the seals. Look at the front corners of your recovery tank. You will see a tab extending out on each corner. These two tabs insert into the corresponding grooves in the lid. Once engaged, the lid folds down and the clip on the lid snaps into the back of the tank. When installed correctly, if you pull up on the front of the lid, it should NOT lift away from the tank. The front of the tank has a square "duct" that is removable for when the hose is inserted for furniture, etc. Make sure that this duct is replaced back into the tank when using on the carpet.