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Yes try boiling water and if you have a 1/4" plastic tubing like what they use on icemakers and boil some water in a pan and then siphon the water into the drain and try to push the tubing down inside the drain as your doing it to unclog/unfreeze anything in there. The tubing will get hot while your doing this you'll need a towel to wrap the tubing so you dont get burnt. Its either frozen or clogged, more than likely clogged on this model i believe. Let me konw if you need further assistance.
The metal thingy is used to roughen up the tube, where the patch will go, so the glue will stick. The glue may have instructions on it, but place glue onto the patch and the tube and let it dry for a few minutes, then place patch over hole.
when refitting the tube, sprinkle some powder on it around the patch and inside the tyre, make sure you have removed whatever caused the initial puncture. Try to refit the tyre without using any levers, so you dont pinch the tube again
sounds like the tube has something inside of it that is obstructing the path. veriffy the the "female" end of the tube isnt obstructed, and also, make sure that nothing is bent ( which can happen easily). use a flashlight to shine down into the tubes and check everything out. you shouldnt need to use a lot of pressure when trying to make the tubes fit. if it doesnt fit, dont force it, basically.....try turning the tube too, and that should work.
ok mate you have to go to a bike shop and buy a the newer tubes the one your daughter has is really old and they dont make them any more so just go to a bike shop and ask for a bike tube and then ther you go also if ya need any help putting it on just give us a bell. and dont forget to rate me .
ok what you should do is to check in the old lamp the part number and who made it. dont believe what some sellers try to envolve, if you dont have that info check with tv model what part really is missing.......saludos