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Re: t.v turns off while watching
Yes, it could be as simple as a cable inside coming from the auto link and 4 event timer. This needs to be redress from front control panel away from Blue CRT-yoke HV lead. For more info ctechnicians.com
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Press the button on the bottom left-hand side of the watch to change between the modes on the watch.
Press and hold the button on the bottom left-hand side of the watch for two seconds until the seconds begin to flash.
Press the button on the top right-hand side of the watch to set the seconds to "00" and press again to set.
Press the button on the top right-hand side of the watch again until the hours flash. Press the button on the bottom right-hand side of the watch to change the hour display. Press the button on the top right-hand side of the watch to set.
Repeat step 4 to set the year, month and day on the watch.
Pull the small knob on the right-hand side of the watch, also known as the crown, out one click.
Turn the crown until the previous day's date is displayed.
Pull the crown out one more click. Turn until five minutes ahead of the correct time and then turn back to the correct time.
Push the crown back to the side of the watch. The watch is now set.
check for bent crankshaft at blade connection point. do this by removing spark plug and turn the mower on its side with carburator side up, now spin blade by hand and see if it will spin without a wobble. if it does not want to move, something else inside the engine is damaged and probably not worth fixing. if the blade does not spin true, it is a bent crank and might be able to be straightened by a mechanically inclined person without further damage to the motor. also check to see if the piston is moving while spinning the blade if it will turn at all. R
Number 11 is your lid switch. It is very easy to repair. To test it watch the video. Older models would wash with the lid open but not spin. This later model washer won't wash or spin with the lid open so I suspect you have a broken lid switch. IF that turns out not to be the case then I would next check the motor start capacitor. When these fail the motor won't work at all.
On your machine you gotta have a long skinny screwdriver . On the back side of the washer you back out a screw on each side and then she pops up. I gotta whole page of stuff on these washers HERE
Hello. There is automatic fuel shut off switch. When the car is in an accident like you were. The switch trip and turn off the fuel. There should be a red button in the trunk on one of the side panels. If not, call the dealership and ask them were the auto fuel shut off button is located. Also, it might in your vehicle owner manual. GB...stewbison
I used a four inch "C" clamp and a large washer about diameter of back, to get my Timex back snapped back on. Place the watch face side down on a flat surface cushioning the crystal with soft rubbery material like shelf liner or anti skid material used under rugs (the kind used to also line tool chest drawers - black). Place the washer between the watch back plate and the "C" clamp screw plate. Align the back plate of the Timex as evenly on watch as possible while gradually tightening the "C" clamp. Keep turning down the "C" clamp ever so slowly until you hear the plate snap back on.
You may have to use a little muscle here. When this happens, turning you steering wheel to the left usually will release the ignition lock cylinder so tha you can turn the key. Make sure you hold the steering wheel once you have turned it. Keep in mind, it won't turn very far. One side you turn to will feel like it hit something solid, the other side you turn to will be the unlock side.
Turn steering wheel and hold until you are able to turn the key. It will take a bit of effort on your part, but that should get it back going.