Top drawer doesn't 'seat' itself -- give error tone wont start
I pulled the drawer out and looked in back. There is nothing obviously in the way, however, the two black ribbed hoses have a white plastic guide that does look like it is broken. Does the white guide pull the hoses in some way on close that would cause an error if the white guide was broken half way?
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Re: top drawer doesn't 'seat' itself -- give error tone...
You need to take out the tube to see the 2 latches at the end of the 2 rails still has spring attached. The 2 latches keep the tunb in the place when it closed. They are replaceable The white plastic guide is broken because of the the brittle plastic and it is OK.
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Don't look too hard for a solution to the problem. I have seen this same issue with three or four other manufacturers brand stoves. Not sure why they can't build a drawer that won't bind and stick, but they seemingly cannot.
I'm assuming its a fisher and paykel, you will certainly need more info. Do you have an led display or 3 buttons and lights. Any fault codes, flashing beeping when buttons are pressed etc. If everything is normal no unusual beeps lights etc but nothing AT ALL happens when you press start it is the door 'switch' which is actually a light that is reflected through a plastic prism and back to itself ( originates from the board) check the prism top right drawer frame. Just compare to working drawer. If not more info required.
Disconnect first the mains, power plug off the wall. You could have a clog in your soap drawer; pull the dispenser drawer completely out. There is a tab that needs to be depressed to release the drawer to remove. Clean the soap drawer with an old tooth brush. The usual block could be old soap, softener, etc. (you could also be using too much soap powder). I usually use just above 125ml (my measure cup says ml, I use front loader powder for the 5.5kg load) The wash is very gud. This is the normal issue that will cause water to leak out of the dispenser housing. Wash the dispenser drawer thoroughly with warm water. Make sure that you pull off the siphon covers and wash all siphon holes. This process is described in your owner's manual. Next could be one of hoses has become loose, should be re-fixed. Examine by removing top of the front loader; this will give you a gud view of the pipes.If helped, click.
Okay so im just going to start from the seat being upright in a normal riding position.
1. You need to fold the head rests first. Pull the black tab under both headrests. They should spring into a folded position.
2. pull the side seat lever (on the door side of the seat). This will fold the top/back support down to an angle.
3. There is one more lever on the backside of this seat. Its in plain sight on the angled portion of your seat. Lift the big plastic lever.
4. While keeping the handle lifted, grasp the back of the seat and pull it torwards the front of the car. The seat should come unlocked and roll forward and down more towards the floor. If you have a bunch of junk on the floor, it obviously wont work. clear the path and the seat will fold completely flat.
Also, your drivers seat and front passenger seat cannot be all the way back, they need to come forward some in order for the second row seats' head rests to clear and fold flat.
This product is total ****.
Pull it out, call whoever sold the **** to you
and tell the to come get it and shove it up their ***.
Then buy a Bosch and live a happy life.
The design is moronic. The machine is like the old
jaguar. It looks good but you need two. One for the repairman to fix and one to use.
These **** things should be put in a landfill.
If I ever find Mr. Fisher and Mr. Paykel I will kick their *****.
If it is a dish drawer type there is a clip at the rear of the drawer that holds the drawer closed. you will need to withdraw the drawer partially to look in. with the drawer open the fingers should be facing towards you. If not you will need to reach in and pull the top of the fingers towards the front. there is a replacement arm that holds the pipes and cables away from this part.
Fernando is right! Now I will put it in girl terms. The lip of the drawer (lip is at back of the drawer) rests on a white plastic thing. But when you take the drawer out completely, the white plastic thing retracts and just looks like the back of the fridge. So when you go to put the drawer back in, you see nothing to put the lip on. So pull the white plastic thing (it looks like a white plastic rectangle about the size of an envelope) forward and then hook the lip onto it and gently pull the white "augur" (the thing that senses when it's time to make ice) down and slide the drawer back in. My son figured this out from reading Fernando's solution. What a relief! Our model is a 561.
most soap drawers have a little springy thing you press to allow it to come out, this stops it getting pulled all the way out by mistake, pull the drawer out as far as it will go gently till it stops then look for something that will move on the top where the soap goes, try pressing it, sometimes it is a different colour, if you found this the drawer will slide out when you press this bit,
if there is nothing that moves or nothing to press then give the drawer a little bit extra force ( a short sharp tug) and it should just slide out that last little bit, to put it back just line it up with the slides and push gently back into place, it shouldn't be forced too hard to do this, it should just slide back
ok, I got mine to work. Push the button down on the back side of the soap dispenser that says push down or push here (to take the tray out). When you have it out you will want to turn it over and there are 3 or 4 white tabs. You will want to pop the front part of the drawer off and then on the bottom about an inch in/down there is a small slot to put it into. It is the same size as the magnet and the magnet goes with the squares on the top and bottom. You cannot actually see the magnet when the drawer is put back together. When I talked to the service man he said they did away with the magnet on the new model. How stupid to put it there to begin with!! Hope that helps and if it doesn't ask again.