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Bissell model 7920 brush roller is falling down and i am unable to push on the carpet. Can i fix this? How?

You must determine why it's falling Down, it could be a problem with the bottom plate or the nozzle housing where the brush roll should be held securely. The brush roll is held in place by pivot arms that allow it to move up and down. Inspect the pivot arms as that is a likely area that could be damaged.

Feb 28, 2017 | Bissell Vacuums

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Why are some lines missing on a printout?

Perhaps some nozzles in the head are blocked. Try printing some extra pages or the clean head procedure.
If it does not help, remove the cartridge where the nozzle(s) are blocked from and let one drop of cleaning fluid fall on the connection tube that goes into the cartridge (on the bottom of the cartridge holder) I get my fluid in a shop where they refill cartridges.
After you dropped the fluid, replace the cartridge and again let the printer clean the heads or just print a full colour page.


Jul 17, 2014 | Canon MG5350 Wireless PIXMA Inkjet...

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How to fix uneven printing on every other line

Still it has to do with a nozzle form the print head.
I know it is almost impossible, but it could be just a spec of dust could be under the print head. Try to find and remove it.
If nothing works, remove the cartridge the problem is caused with, let one drop of cleaning fluid fall in the appointing nozzle in the cartridge holder, and repeat cleaning. Or continue printing.
It looks the print head is using one nozzle going one way, and does not use it going the other way. Strange.

Jul 16, 2014 | Epson TM-J7100 InkJet Printer

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The end nozzles on the sprayer on the botom of my dishwasher are blocked. Is there a way to take the bottom assembly off and clean it out?

Hi, W/D here.

Some arms are attached with caps, but usually the bottom arm attaches directly to the pump housing. I prefer to not remove the arm, as the "O" ring gasket that is part of the pump housing can be nearly impossible to get back in the grooves once it falls out.
There's still a good way of unstopping the various slots and nozzles. Use a paper clip, straightened into an "L", and use that to rake any debris out of the slots near the end of the arms. You can also use it to poke debris back through the nozzles. It may take a few times cleaning them to get it all. Several cycles should do it, however.
Best regards, --W/D--

Feb 09, 2011 | GE Profile PDW9880NSS Stainless Steel...

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I think the power head is clogged with pine needles. The carpet head is not picking up. How do I open it to clean it out?

Make sure you have suction at the end of the hose. If not, the clog is most likely in the hose. Detach hose from vacuum and wand. Drop a coin into one end and allow it to fall through. If it doesn't drop out, the clog is definitely in the hose. Then visually check the wands for a clog
Disassembling the power nozzle is not necessary, or recommended. First, ensure the clog is in the power nozzle. Drop a coin in the wand end and see if it falls out. If not, the clog is elsewhere. You should be able to clear the power nozzle by disconnecting the wand. Use the handle of a table knife to try to push the clog back through the power nozzle, toward the brush. If that doesn't work, try using long nosed pliers to clear the clog.

Jan 04, 2011 | Rainbow 75th Anniversary Canister Vacuum

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