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I am assuming you have the lever style ratchet point to fold and unfold the handle for storage. The way these lever bolts work is with a stationary nut or bolt head on the other side from the lever. If it slips when the lever is down then you can tighten it up by putting it in the up position that would be used to fold the handle and then rotate the lever clockwise a couple of times to tighten the joint. Like wise you can loosen it by going counter clockwise and remove it completely by turning counter clockwise until the lever comes off.
This link is a pdf of the manual. http://www.hayter.co.uk/handbook_files/111-2087-B.pdf
Have someone push down and pull up on the hood while you pull the handle inside the car. Once you get it open, turn the bump-stops (one on each front corner of the area where the hood lands) counter clockwise to raise them. This should add some more pressure to help the hood "pop." Also, put some oil on the latch once it is open.
Seems there may be some confusing instructions.
Here's what I would try. My approach would be intended to get the bike off the stand before I tried to trouble shoot the motomaster jack.
1) Use the handle to rotate the release valve to the right (clockwise) until it is snug.
2) Pump the jack to try to raise it. If it raises, then press the release pedal and use the jack handle to slowly rotate the release valve to the left (counter-clockwise) to lower the deck.
3) If it does not raise, I would use a separate jack to raise it, then follow the prescribed lowering procedure, and at the same time, use the control on the extra jack to manage the lowering.
Once you get it partially lowered, hopefully the motomaster jack will start to function and you can lift the bike far enough to remove your extra jack.
Hope this helps.
To let me know if it works for you, please reply as a comment to this post..
Something is causing the pump to "dead head" which means it is trying to pump water through a closed pipe. Check any valves, the filter, heater etc.. downstream from the pump. Your water flow is being severely restricted. Hope that helps.
Howdy Mlavin55,It sounds like your trying to find the way for the handle to catch the threads. In this case you need to push down on the handle as you turn it counter clockwise. Within about a half turn the handle will sink just a little. Now you've got the threads and simply keep turning counterclockwise and you got it.Happy Gardening,Coach Davecommunity.homedepot
To set the shower valve handle limit stop, remove the screw holding on to the handle and remove the handle.
Remove the round dome cover by turning in a counter-clockwise direction. At this point you will see a small slotted screw head that is visible in the valve cap.
Place the handle back on the valve stem (loosely) and open the valve turning the handle until the maximum desired position is reached. This may require turning the limit stop screw (T-34) counter-clockwise (see CAUTION above). To most accurately and safely verify the temperature of the hot water, place a thermometer in a tumbler of water filled from tub outlet.
Generally, to close the tank valve, looking at the top of the handle or lever, rotate clockwise. If your drain is like a radiator drain, turning clockwise will make the handle/lever come out until it hits a stop. Turning it counterclockwise while looking from the outside of the handle/lever/knob will make the stem move in but open the drain.
Let me know how you do.
Hello, to change the headlight on your passat, follow this steps:
1. Pull off the air intake cover, and remove the intake mounting bolt and set the intake hose aside,(passenger side only).
2. Twist off the protective cover from the back of the headlight assembly. Press the tab to pull off the electrical connector.
3. Turn the bulb socket counter clockwise to unlatch, and then slip it away from the assembly.
4. Turn the old bulb counter clockwise to release from the socket .Install the new bulb by turning it clockwise. Hold the plastic base of the new bulb when installing . Touching the glass can cause it to prematurely fail.
5. Insert the module and turn it clockwise to lock it in the assembly. Reattach the electrical connector and twist the protective rubber cover unto the back of the assembly .
6. Reattach the intake hose (passenger side only) and tighten the bolt. Snap the plastic intake cover back on.