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Re: my son put the small wheels in backwards. is
Yes you can remove the wheel by pressing very hard at the top of the wheel or by using a screw drive to push it in. it's not easy but it can be done. or go to www.buggypitstop.co.uk they repair and service bugaboos
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It has a mark. A small dot, small triangle or a line. They are indented in the gear. Oil sludge will cover them. But is is there. With out it, no one could put correct timing on the engine. No year make or model either. If you remove the gear, make sure it isn't on backwards.
Hello, a week ago the small second hand (not long chrono second hand) got stucked and my irony swatch just stop moving. Although the chronometer could be running if started... The small hand just didn't move.
I tried different tricks, like removing battery, pull out main wheel and use chrono buttons to reset arms. Etc.
Today I noticed that when turning the wheel backwards a couple of times (one or two hours back) the little hand moved one second back... Pushing wheel back to On possition made the small hand move forward one second and get stucked again.
Then I did this procedure a couple of times, at some point I turned the wheel back for a while (may be 5 full turns) and noticed the small hand moved more than one second (5, 10, 15 seconds backward)... when I noticed it was moving freely I pushed wheel to on position and noticed the small second hand was running normal.. I hope it works for some of you. Greettings from Canada
There is a small cross-headed (phillips) screw in the centre of the shaft which holds a small round steel washer with a tab on it. Remove the screw and slide the tab off the shaft, taking care to note its position. Then you can wind off the pulley by spinning it anti-clockwise.
as in remove?if removal easyest way put on centre stand slacken chain adjuster nuts,then slacken wheel spindel,push wheel backwards so chain becomes real loose....undo wheel spindel fully tap wheel spindel out wheel should slide out
Spray a SMALL amount of WD40 onto the red and white gear wheels. (Don't use so much that it drips down onto the optics, you don't want oil in there!!!)
Put the battery in and hold it down to make contact, put in the sd card and switch on the camera and try the shutter button. (switch it to manual focus or it might try hunting around for ages for focus)
It might start working, if not move the red wheel a few stops and try again.
Once it's lubed up and the wheels move it should be ok. Keep taking pics until you feel it is ok.
Then reassemble following the screws backwards on the sticky tape.
Yes, something isn't turning freely. It's either the front wheel, the back wheel, or the pedals and chain. Lift the bike off the ground and turn the front wheel by hand. If it doesn't turn very freely, it could be the hand-brake is dragging or the hub bearing is too tight. Try the back wheel in both directions. It should move freely in the forward direction. When rolling it backwards it is normal for the pedals to move too if this bike has a coaster brake (that is the kind of brake that is applied by pushing the pedals backwards.) It the back wheel moves forward freely, but backwards is a problem, then try the pedals by hand with the rear wheel off the ground. If this doesn't turn freely, the pedal crank bearing (a.k.a. bottom bracket) is too tight. Once you have identified the problem take it back to where you got it. It should be easy to fix, or they should replace it.
I would pull the wheels again and take a look to make sure I didn't mistakenly put one of the pads on backwards, with the metal backing plate facing the rotor. I pulled this stunt about a month ago and my son caught me, talk about a red face. Hope this helps.
you can get replacement bolts and nuts at any auto parts store. just tell them what kind of car it is, and theyll match you up with the right ones. be sure to replace the studs and the nuts. theyre fairly inexpensive. to replace them, you remove thebrake drum or rotor, and simply use a hammer to pound them out backwards. or, they may be mounted on the cars spindle, rather then the rotor or drum. after you have them out, slip the new one into the hole. they must be pressed in, so its not gonna go in all the way. the easiest way to do it is to set it in the hole, put the nut on the threaded end, and just tighten up the nut. that will pull the stud all the way through the hole. then simply reinstall anything you removed from the car, and make sure there is a good amount of torque used to tighten the wheel down.
Put a good fittting wrench on the blower nut and hit it with an impact wrench(left handed threads righty lucy). OR do it the tried and true redneck way get a friend to hold a pipe wrench on the pulley inside the dryer, around the back slide a small hammer handle or piece of wood in between two blower blades at 3 o'clock position and slam downwards to pop that mutha loose. The threads are left handed(backwards). That blower does not wanna go easy.