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When looking at the front of the unit. The metal grill has 4 crimped tension points on top, 4 on the bottom, and 2 on each side (total of 12). Use a small flat screwdriver to gently pry them forward, I just gently pulled on the top four, starting at one end and working towards the other. Then gently lift the grill off.
Then there are 8 P1 (#1 Phillips) screws on the front. There are also 2 Phillips screws on the bottom, 1 under each of the rubbery feet.
Once they are all removed (10 screws in total) the unit simply opens in 2 halves.
This cleaning process is very delicate and sensitive. Cleaning lens should be done by authorized or pro camera technician. I suggests you to bring it to the nearest cam service center because they have appropriate tools to open the camera and properly clean it. A single failure or error on cleaning it by yourself might give fatal result to your camera.
From 2006 to 2010, the Sonata's 3rd brake lamp requires the rear package deck be removed to access that bulb. 1. Remove the rear passenger seat bottom (remove two12mm bolts between the seat back and the seat bottom - tilt the seat back forward to locate these bolts). a. Press the two bottom front edge tabs to release the front of the seat bottom from the floor. b. Remove seat bottom & set aside w/two 12mm bolts c. Tilt both seat backs downward 2. Remove the left & right hand shoulder cushions (12 mm bolt at the bottom of each cushion) a. Remove seat belt from shoulder cushion guide at the top of the cushion b. Lift up and forward on shoulder cushions to remove them (if equipped with side airbags, disconnect wire harness connector). c. Set shoulder cushions aside w/two 12mm bolts 3. Using a small flathead screwdriver, pop out the 'SRS' button cover from the C pillar panels on the left & right hand side to access either the phillips head screws, 10mm bolts, or #30 Torque Screws a. Remove screws and set aside b. Using a standard flathead screwdriver, pop out the C pillar panels on both sides (clips hold these panels in place) c. Set these panels aside after removal w/screws/bolts 4. Trunk Access-way panels are held in place by phillips head screws (two at the bottom (left and right hand sides) and 4 to 5 at the top . a. Remove left and right hand panels and set aside w/screws. 5. Rear package deck held in place with two plastic clips (white, yellow or pink) a. lie on your back inside the trunk (trunk lid open to allow for more light). Looking through access hole find 3rd brake light wire harness connector & disconnect. b. locate package deck clips, one on the left and another on the right on the underside of the pckage deck c. Squeeze clips to push them out - package deck will come loose d. Remove package deck & remove 3rd brake lamp bulb socket (turn counter clockwise to remove). Replace bulb & reassemble in reverse order.
#1 CLEAN WORK SPACE
#2 PLACE FAN ON ITS CONTROL SIDE DOWN
#3 REMOVE PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW FROM HANDLE
#4 REMOVE NON-SKID COVERS
#5 REMOVE OTHER 2 PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS
#6 REMOVE BLACK SIDE & CLEAN
#7 REMOVE YELLOW FAN COVER & CLEAN
#8 7/16 SPIN-TYPE DRIVER REMOVES FAN NUT
#9 CARE....WASHER ON OTHER SIDE OF FAN
#10 PUT FAN IN SOAP& WATER ....TAKE YOUR TIME
Open door. Remove phillips head screws at 5 and 7 O'Clock positions. Close door. Use putty knife to push in clips (2) relaeasing top. (located in seam where top meets front panel) Swing top back. Remove two phillips head screws at top of front panel. Unplug light and door switch. Tilt front panel forward and lift off bottom tabs. Unplug moisture sensor wire near bottom. Set front panel to the side. Look at the small thermostats on the left side of the burner cone. The one toward the front side is a manually resettable one (on gas models), reset by pushing in the little plunger in the center of the thermo. If this was tripped, it means your vent is not adequate.
You can purchase a firewire card that will fit into a PCI slot on your motherboard. It is really very easy to install, phillips' screwdriver (2PT) is the only tool you'll require. REMOVE POWER CORD, pop open the side, look for two or three white slots about 5" long towards the bottom...that is a PCI slot. Now look at the card you are going to put in, you'll see you need to remove another silver colored rear slot cover that is even with the PCI slot...just take your time and slide it into the PCI slot and the silver slot at the sametime. Put one screw in it close'er up run the software that came with it and bingo your video camera will work with you puter. Hope you got this...it is really simple (plug it back in after replacing the side panel) good luck, please leave a rating, thank you kindly
Unplug the dryer.
Open the dryer door.
Get on your knees and look up.
You will see 2 phillips head screws that must be removed from inside the door cavity.
Remove these screws, then the top of the dryer.
Then remove 2 screws on the right and left inside of the dryer.
Unhook the door wires and remove the front panel.
i had the same problem when i had a new oxgen sensor put in i did find out that it is in the dash behind your speedometer i tried to do it myself but i got the dash off but i couldnt get the rest off so i just left it untill i can get a diagram to show me the rest of the way i hope this helped a little.
May be the same problem Magnavox is having with their 27MF231d. I found the fix on this site and it took care of the same problem with my set. Not the easiest thing to do, but it worked. If you do not know how to solder, get some help with this one. If you take it to a Magnavox Authorized repair location, they will just replace the bad capacitor with another bad capacitor of the same type and voltage. The problem is they have a 25w capacitor where a 35w capacitor should be. Mine was bulging, with black tar looking stuff coming out of it. It was obviously bad. Follw the instructions below.
1.Remove all screws around perimeter, one screwat the lower right at (Side A/V), and 2 1”round plastic knob s. 2.Remove back cover 3.At lower left side remove 2 screws forOn/Off switchcut tie wrap that holds wire down for free movement. 4.Disconnect wire connector to side A/V at lower right side 5.Disconnect wire connector to right side circuit Board 6.Disconnect wire connector to left side circuit board 7.Remove the 2 mounting brackets upper left and upper right 2 screws each. 8.Remove 3 screws each side of the metal box in the middle 9.Fold back metal tape off bottom and top of metal box 10.1 wire connector at top of box I left connected 11.Flip metal box over towards top of Tv. Be careful of wire at top thats still connected. 12.On left side in box is power supply board 13.Towards bottom of board you should see the numbers C2081 and C2074 14.Remove the six screws holding down power supply board 15.Flip board down towards bottom of Tv. 16.Unsolder capacitors replace with new 1200uf 35v and 2200uf 35v 105°C radial capacitors 17.Capacitors should be around 1/2” to 5/8” dia. X 1.25 long appox. 2 Wires come out of one end should be .030 dia. 18.Reassemble in reverse order and enjoy