Unit quit working and then realized that retainer ring holding fuse had come unscrewed. However, something appears to be missing as fuse is loose and falls out when I remove the unit from the cigarette lighter fixture. Is there some form of part that is supposed to hold the fuse intact inside the retainer ring? If so, where can I find a diagram of the specs and parts to identiy the piece I need and then order a replacement part?
there should be a spring to help hold the fuse in place,you might be able to get a replacement sring but you can get a new plug from a car place and then you can change the plug or you can take the plug apart and repair the you have..i know this will work as ive done this my self. please be careful when taking apart that you dont lose any thing in side the new plug..hope this helps.all the best..Lee Bruce.
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Usually those lenses have retaining rings that unscrew from the barrel of the lens. My guess (not having seen the exact lens) is it's the same with your lens.
I would suggest you get a set of micro straight edge screwdrivers and a rubber cap and lid remover, like those sheets of rubber you use to get a better grip. A rubber glove may do the job if you don't have one, but make sure to wash any powder off the glove before you start work.
Start by taking off the first retainer, which is that thing with the printed letters and numbers on it. If you can't get enough friction with the rubber on it, then use the micro screwdriver. The way to use the screwdriver is to stick the tip onto any sort of dimple on the retainer, such as the lettering. It will damage the printing, but on a cheap lens it won't matter much. There may be other retainers you encounter as well that have a notch in one side that you can slip the screwdriver into and use that to turn the ring.
Click this link http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Maytag-Parts/Washer-Parts/Model-MAH8700AWW/3048/0153200?searchedModel= MAH8700A&blt= This is the schematic for your entire machine. You would first remove the top panel by unscrewing the screws that hold the panel to the cabinet on the back of the machine. You would next slide the top panel towards the rear of the machine and remove the top panel from the machine. You would next unscrew the screws holding the control in place and remove the control as well. After you remove the control you would next remove the screws holding the from panel to the cabinets frame. Open the door and there are a couple screws to unscrew on the same panel where the door seats. Some do also remove the door as well due to awkwardness and weight issues. You would then remove the rubber boots attaching retaining ring using a flat screwdriver to pry over the ring over the front panel lip. Unseat the rubber boot termed as bellows and move the front panel diagnonally towards you. You can then access the door switch assembly and replace the assembly. When putting the unit back together install the front panel screws and the screws along the inside of the door before seating the bellows and the retaining ring. The retaining ring is the most difficult part of this job and reseating the ring and the bellows is the most difficult of this job and may require an extra set of hands to hold the ring on one side while using a screwdriver or putty knife to work the ring back on to its properly seated position. If you have any further questions message me back. I await your reply Thank you, Rick
Unscrew top button. Using a phillips screw driver remove handle retaining screw and work off handle. If it leaks under the handle you need to unscrew the top cap, use a strap wrench to hold the body and tighten the brass retainer ring with an adjustable wrench. Or remove the ring to replace the cartridge.
I will assume you are talking about the headlight?!
Removal CAUTION: do not touch the glass of halogen bulbs with fingers or other possibly oily surface, reduced life will result.
1) Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable. 2) Remove headlamp unit retaining screws. (bolts) 3) Remove headlamp unit to expose back of unit. 4) Disconnect wire connector from back of headlamp bulb. 5) Rotate retaining ring counterclockwise. 6) Remove retaining ring. 7) Pull headlamp bulb and remove from headlamp unit.
1) Install headlamp bulb to the headlamp unit. 2) Install headlamp bulb retaining ring. 3) Rotate retaining ring clockwise. 4) Connect wire connector to bulb. 5) Install headlamp unit. 6) Install headlamp retaining screws. (bolts) 7) Connect the battery negative cable.
More detailed info on how to get unit out.
1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2) Remove the two retaining screws. 3) Remove the upper fascia retainers by prying under the head of the fasteners with a flat bladed tool. 4) Remove headlamp unit from fender side first, then pull headlamp unit out. 5) Disconnect the wiring harness from the bulbs. 6) Remove the headlamp unit.
1) Connect wire harness to the bulbs. 2) Install headlamp unit. 3) Install the retaining screws. 4) Install upper fascia retainers. 5) Connect the battery negative cable.
I hope this will help you to get the light changed.
check fuse in power cord if using in car adapter. unscrew the silver ring at the tip of the cigarette plug DO NOT ALLOW THE SPRING TO SHOOT OUT WITH THE SILVER CONTACT PIECE INSIDE! remove the spring and contact piece then remove the fuse, look to see if it is scorched, you will either see black soot on the glass or a break in the wire that runs through the glass tube. Hold it up to the light. See if you can tell where the brreak is. Sometimes the break is at the verry top and you cant see so just replace the fuse with a new one form the hardware store, ETC. replace fuse spring contact tip and retainer ring then plug in and try again.
Begin to remove the speedometer cable retainer and drive gear by cleaning off the top of the speedometer cable retainer.
Then remove the hold-down screw that keeps the retainer in its bore.
Carefully pull up on the speedometer cable, pulling the speedometer retainer and drive gear assembly from its bore.
Unscrew the speedometer cable from the retainer and carefully remove both the cable and the old O-ring seal.
Installing Speedometer Drive Gear
To reinstall the retainer, lightly grease the O-ring on the
retainer and gently tap the retainer and gear assembly into its bore
while lining the groove in the retainer with the screw hole in the side
of the clutch housing case.
Install the hold-down screw and tighten it in place.
Unscrew the Torx retaining screws and remove the headlight bezel.
Remove the headlight bulb retaining screws. These are the screws which hold the retaining ring for the bulb to the front of the car. Do not touch the two headlight aiming screws, at the top and the side of the retaining ring (these screws will have different heads), or the headlight aim will have to be re-adjusted.
Pull the bulb and ring forward, then separate them. Unplug the electrical connector from the rear of the bulb.
Plug the new bulb into the electrical connector. Install the bulb into the retaining ring and then install the ring and the bulb. Install the headlight beze
Yes it can but I believe only the Pressure Balance Unit needs reversed.
1) Turn off water supply to unit 2) Remove handle/trim if installed 3) Remove cartridge by removing 3 screws holding cartridge 4) Remove retainer ring holding in P.B.U. in valve body by removing 3 screws 5) Remove Pressure Balance Unit, rotate 180ﹾ and reinsert 6) Reassemble in reverse order