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Riveter doesn't eject the pin after rivet is seated.

I have a brand new Stanley riveter (MR33C). It does a good job of driving the rivets, but it fails to eject the pin. I take care to use the right-sized head, but the problem continues. I will appreciate any suggestions.

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If your pop riveter is the same as mine, after you install a rivet you must turn the tool over and spread the arms and the stem from the old rivet will drop out. I had one stem stick inside the tool, and had to disassemble the whole thing...if you have to do this, have a friend with you...you need 4 hands.

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How to replace rear side glass the one behind the vented glass on two door model


Removal Procedure
    Caution: When working with any type of glass or sheet metal with exposed or rough edges, wear approved safety glasses and gloves in order to reduce the chance of personal injury.
    Important: Before cutting out a stationary window, apply a double layer of masking tape around the perimeter of the painted surfaces and inner trim of the window.
  1. Use safety glasses and gloves.

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  3. Carefully spread the handle retainer outward in order to release the latch pin from the latch.
  4. Remove the latch pin from the latch.
  5. Remove the seat belt retractor. Refer to Front Seat Belt Replacement in Seat Belts.
  6. Open the door in order to access the rivets.
  7. Drill out the rivets retaining the window assembly.
  8. Thoroughly clean all metal particles that may have lodged inside the body panel.
  9. Remove the window assembly from the vehicle.
Installation Procedure

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  1. Install the window assembly to the vehicle.
  2. Using the J 34940 (or equivalent), install the rivets in order to retain the window assembly to the vehicle.
  3. Install the seat belt retractor. Refer to Front Seat Belt Replacement in Seat Belts.
  4. Install the latch pin.
  5. Using a punch, carefully drive the pin into the latch.

Sep 15, 2011 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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One of the rivets on the cross mechanism has broken off. How do I get this repaired? We bought the pram in November 2009.


Two solutions:
Traditional requires removing the damaged rivet.. at times this requires drilling the remains of the damaged rivet out.. Most of these rivets are "Pop Rivets". You need a Pop Rivet tool and of course the new rivet. The alternative to purchasing the tool and the appropriate size rivet. (Some hardware stores sell the rivets in different sizes by the each). Take the stroller to a sheet metal shop (Furnace A/C installer) or a Auto Body Shop.. both places will have the Pop Rivet tool and probably boxes of rivets.. if the old rivet is missing completely..and they have the right rivet and tool..it's a 10 second repair.

The other alternative.. is a fastener type referred to as "Well Nuts".. this is a rivet like device that you can install yourself.. two pieces.. a threaded insert..and the threaded mate. It looks a lot like a rivet when installed.. usually no special tools required. Good hardware stores may have them.. and it may just do the job.

Most of these rivets on your type of stroller are located in places that require them to be as flush as possible for obvious reasons.. folding.. and safety. If this one is not subject to either. A simple round head phillips screw of the right length and self locking acorn nut will suffice.

Best of Luck

Apr 25, 2011 | Silver Cross 3D Standard Stroller

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I a looking for instructions on how to install a power window regulator into a 98 Acura CL


Door Glass and Regulator - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Remove the door panel.
  2. Remove the plastic cover from the door frame.
  3. Remove the power window switch from the door panel.
  4. Connect the power window switch to the door harness.
  5. Fully lower the glass.
  6. Pull the channel guide cover off.
  7. Remove the screws from the channel guide.
  8. Remove the center channel guide (if equipped).
  9. Carefully remove the glass until you can see the bolts and then carefully loosen all of them.
  10. Slide the window track guide to the rear.
Before removing the guide pin, scribe a line around it. This will enable you to install it in the exact position it was removed in.
  1. Remove the glass by gently lifting it from the guide.
  2. The glass can now be removed by pulling it through the window slot.
CAUTION Use extreme caution when handling window glass.
Check the guide pin for wear. Replace as necessary.
  1. Detach the connector and remove the regulator through the hole in the door.
Scribe a line around the rear roller guide bolt. This mark will show where the original adjustment was at before you removed the component.
  1. Remove the power window motor from the window regulator assembly.
  2. Remove any clips and pull the glass run channel out.
It may be necessary to remove the glass stopper.

WARNING Grease all of the sliding surfaces of the regulator or component failure may occur.
To install:
  1. Install the window motor on the regulator assembly.
As a check, you can connect a known good 12 volt power source to the window motor to check the operation of the entire assembly. The regulator should operate with a steady, consistent motion in either direction.
  1. Install the glass run channel into the door as shown.
  2. Install the regulator.
  3. Install the glass.
  4. Install the center channel guide.
  5. Move the glass up and down to ensure free movement.
  6. Attach the door wiring harness to the door.
  7. Disconnect the window switch (on power controlled models) and install it into the door panel.
  8. The remainder of the installation process is the reverse of removal.


Electric Window Motor - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Remove the regulator from the door assembly. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  2. Except for the rear doors, drill a hole through the regulator sector gear and backplate. Install the bolt and nut to lock the sector gear in position. Be careful not to drill a hole closer than 7 / 16 in. (11mm) from the edge of the sector. Also, do not drill through the lift arm attaching portion of the sector gear, or the joint integrity will be jeopardized.
  3. Drill out the ends of the motor attaching rivets using a 1 / 4 in. (6mm) bit.
  4. Remove the motor and the remaining portions of the rivets from the regulator. Except for the rear doors, one rivet will not be accessible until assembly.
(see Figures 1 and 2 / click over pic for zoom)


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Fig. 1: Regulator and motor assembly-except rear doors

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Fig. 2: Secure the rivets by collapsing the rivet ends using a ball peen hammer



To install:

  1. Position the new motor to the regulator. With the aid of an assistant, install new rivets by collapsing or crushing the rivet ends using a ball peen hammer.
  2. Except for the rear doors, once two of the three rivets have been installed, remove the bolt securing the sector gear to the backplate, then use an appropriate electrical source (such as the vehicle's window motor harness) to rotate the regulator, providing access to the remaining rivet.
  3. Except for the rear doors, use a flat nosed rotary file to grind off one sector gear tooth from the side which does not contact the driven gear. This is necessary to reach the remaining rivet. Remove the old rivet, then install the remaining new rivet.
  4. Install the regulator to the door assembly.


Hope this helps (remmeber to rate and comment this).

Dec 16, 2010 | Acura CL Cars & Trucks

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How do I remove the original riveted on lower ball joints on my 2001 Dodge Dakota


hi unfortunately the only way to remove these is grind them out or drill, i wouldn't use a chisel as this could deform the the arm...hope this helps

Mar 25, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Stanley MR99 Riveter I dissasembled to release a


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Plastic Guide rail on sunroof broke


I just purchased a used yukon xl. Both plastic rails are broken.
Solution: Drill out the blind rivet. Start with 1/8 drill bit and remove the head off. The plastic broken part can now be removed.
Install a blind rivet through the new plastic rail and use the rivet gun to squeeze the rivet in place. Make sure it is the right length.
get a grip gage and determine the right rivet for it.
very easy job.

Jul 01, 2009 | 2003 GMC Yukon XL

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The rivet tool dose not grip the pin....I never used this tool


The pin fits into the end of the gun into a three jaw chuck (like three fingers with small horizontal grooves on the inner surface) which grabs the pin. This pulls up on the pin while the small ball at the end of rivet begins to compress the end of the rivet. There is either a spent pin lodged inside the end of the gun or the grooves are worn down making a good grip impossible. Clear the pin from the tip by raising handle to full open position and try to dislodge the pin with a wire or nail. You can also take the handle assembly apart and clear the pin and or inspect the internal grooves.

Jun 09, 2009 | Marson HP2 Professional Riveter

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Replace the window motor power window bolts and rivets


Take the panel off the door and take a punch and drive the pins out of the center of the rivets. Then drill out the rivets.( easy with the center pins out) Take out the assembly. Note remove the window before you start anything. 2 X 8MM bolts clamp the bottom of the glass. When down the most of the way the window will lift right out.
Replace the assembly and either rivet back in or use bolts and locking nuts. ( Loc Tight is recommended if you are not sure the nuts will stay locked. replace the window and you are good to go.
This should take about 1 hour from start to finish.

Apr 20, 2009 | 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Im replacing the right inner tie rod and im having trouble removing the pin


It would help if you'd at least state what year Mustang it is. Also, what "pin" are u trying to remove??

Jul 30, 2008 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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Replace front pasenger glass


it is a 1/4"rivet usualy have to use a big daddy rivet tool to reatach window to track be careful to pull tool toward you slightly when rivet is about to pop the glass may break if you dont to remove the rivet take a small punch & knock the center out of the rivet makes it easy to drill out.good luck from schleck

Jul 04, 2008 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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