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I suspect that this is the tiny locating button that sits beside the screw on the tripod.
Check your manual to find out how to remove the quick release sled. There is usually a small lever that needs to be rotated out of position and the sled lifts out.
Once you have the sled out, turn it over and you should see a small flap of metal that can be folded up and this is the means by which you screw the threaded part into your camera. Once it is tight, flip down the metal flap and then refit the sled to the tripod , taking care to rotate the lever again.
Some tripod levers remain locked while the sled is removed and they slip back into place when it is replaced in the tripod head.
It will be one of two things, either the gas strut is no good and in this case you might as well get a new chair. Or the lower lever is stuck in the " lower" position, if this is the case freeing it up should cure your problem
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Hi, I know this probably won't help whoever posted this because I'm
really late, but it will helpfully help out those still searching
online. 1. Attach one leg brace (E) to the leg (F) using two
M6*40 screws (K), four washers (P) and two nuts (Q). Repeat this step to
attach the other leg (F). See Fig.1 2. Attach the other leg brace (E) to the legs (F) using one M6*40 screw (K), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.2 3.
Attach one rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one M6*55 screw
(M), two washers (P), one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step
to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.3 4. Attach the other rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one M6*60 screw (N), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.4 5. Attach the left arm (B) to the chair back (C) using two M6*35 screws (J) and two washers (P). Repeat this step to attach the right arm (A). See Fig.5 6.
Attach the chair seat (E) to the arm front side using two M6*20 screws
(I), two washers (P) and two large washers (S). Attach the chair seat
(E) to the arm rear side using two M6*35 screws and two washers (P). See
Fig.6 7. Attach the assembled chair bucket to the lower end of the rocker connector (G) using one M6*50 screw, two washers (P), one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to assemble the other three connection points. See Fig.7 8. Fully tighten all screws using wrench (T) and Allen Key (U). Cover all hardware with screw caps (H) and nut covers (R) respectively. See Fig.8
I did alot of searching on the internet for straps and found highchairbelts.com
that didn't charge an arm and a leg for shipping or handling . One
strap was $9 shipped so I bought three for $17 shipped FREE!! I sewed
the ends of one strap together to use with Marissa's shopping cart cover
at the grocery store. The ones on the carts are usually broken or
missing and end or just plain filthy!
There is a plastic sled that fits on a wire bail, connected to a microswitch that tells the unit that the ice level is low and it needs to turn on the water to fill the ice cube trays. The wire bail falls out and catches on the drawer. If you pull too hard, you will break the plastic sled where it attaches to the bail. You can still buy the entire ice maker unit and re-install it easily, or if you are really handy, you can attempt a temporary fix with a little bit of wire at each end of the plasitc sled to keep it attached correctly to the wire bail. The older units were famous for this problem. I fixed mine, but ultimately had to replace the unit. Parts cost around $130.