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They now make a replacement tab so you don't have to replace the entire handle grip. The bad part is, most of the time it's the handle grip that has the broken place in the plastic, not the latch tab. That too can be bought seperately though, so you don't have to buy the hose. Call your local vac shop for assistance.
There are no capacitors or anything
that can hold a charge on the cart itself. The only thing that we've
been able to come up with thus far is that dry air in the schools may
help generating static electricity. Common precautions would be 1. make
sure the ground plug is still on the cord. (This can get broken off if
the cart is moved with the cord still plugged into the wall.) Plugging
the ground cord in won't help however if the person has to grab the door
handle to open the door to get to the wall outlet. 2. If the air is dry
(ie: people get shocks even without the cart or the problem goes away
in the spring when the humidity goes up), gently push the metal of the
cart handle against the door frame prior to reaching for the door
handle. This will discharge any static electricity that was built up as
the person walked with the cart safely to the door jamb prior to the
person reaching for the door handle.
look for the model number at the front, bottom of the fridge where the door meets the fridge body (eg 22021-D). Go to shop.onlineappliancespares.com.au and either buy the whole handle ($150) or just the broken lugs ($15)
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!
Appliance Repaired:General Electric
Age Of Appliance:5 - 10 years
a screw driver and pride off plastic on inside of door. be carfule not
to break it. only one of two screws that go into handle were visable.
had to drill a hole in metal braket to get at second screw. you can
just bend the metal braket back inorder to use drill. bend it back when
done. took off handle and replaced it. snapped plastic piece I took off
back in place and finished. ge told me i needed to replace whole
door. which they nolonger stock and I could not find a whole door for
my model on web. found handlw on this website and did it my self
An easier way is to take out the whole developer unit. Pull down green handle as if you were replacing the toner, there is to the lower right of the developer unit a white handle that if you move to the right will allow you to remove the DV unit. Then there are 5 or 6 screws around the top edge that will allow you to remove the top and manually refill it there instead of trying to refill the cart and making a bigger mess.
Did you stich into the ink inlet within the cart holder with a syringe for pressing some air into the tubes? Never do that! Because you have dissolve the bottom of the cart holder or drilled a hole into the bottom.
The cart holder leaks and the poured out ink has already stained the whole machine!
The bottom of the cart holder is a foil which has been sticked onto the hard plastic (clever , eh?). This also happens due to the use of a wrong refill ink or wrong generic carts the wrong mixture dissolves the foil and ink runs out into the machine....