Have new 2007 S60 Volvo Have major suspension squeak on passenger side. Dealer say I have rock lodged in cover plate on top of shock.
How can I take tension off shock to remove stone?
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Be careful if its a Strut assy.. (Shock Spring combo).. The center nut if it has one should not be removed unless you have a spring compressor and know what youre doing.. Generally there are 3-4 outer parameter bolts that go through the shock tower into the plate assy. I'd take it to a mechanic if youre not used to doing these types of repairs..
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Details on how to change the fridge door opening side depend on the appliance model.If this is a chest unit, you will simply need to rotate the unit. On most upright units the general
procedure to change door opening orientation is more or less the one
Disconnect power from the appliance.
Get to the top side of the unit, and remove the hinge plate. This is usually held by two Torx
or Philips screws. You may need to help yourself with a putty knife to
remove a protective panel covering the plate. Be careful not to damage
Remove top hinge and put it on one side.
After removing the plate you may need to remove the plastic clip located at the top on the handle side of the door, oppositely to the old hinge side. Use the putty knife to pry up and remove the plastic clip.
Open the door and lift it from the lower hinge pivot.On many fridges
you will have to remove the bottom hinge too, often held by two screws,
and covered with a proective pane, to free the door before removing it
Carefully place the door on the floor.
Remove protective panels on top and bottom on handle side of the frige
cavity, reinstall the hinges on handle side position, swapping them
with the protective panels.
Remove the door pivot and mount it on the opposite side.
On the door disassemble and refit handle or any other part if needed.
precise and complete procedure is usually illustrated on the appliance user manual. If you
need manual or schematics, try asking a new Fixya question. Ensure that you are providing full model number, as
printed on service tag.
To get more detailed info you can also try calling the appliance manufacturer at the number listed on the owners manual.
There are two possible problems here. Either the water valve is going bad on the machine, or even more possible the main controla board, located on the back of the machine and can't be located by the silver square plate the covers it. Unplug the machine and remove the plate and look for any signs of burns or major discloration. This board controls everything on the refridgerator. A good place to order parts from is www.repairclinic.com because of their awesome return policy.
The cause of your problem is the auto defrost system isn't working, or working properly.
If it's new, under one year old, it would be covered by warranty. Just call your dealer or GE factory service if it's available in your area. The repairs will be free.
Its not a major problem... It could be any of the following. The evaperator fan is not working in witch case the temps will rise soon and quickly you can check this by opening the freezer door and push the light switch if there is one and listen for the fan.
Next look at the back wall of the freezer and look fof FROST if you have frost then you have a defrost problem in withch case it could be a heater, limiter, timer, or control board.
or your thermostat is bad and is letting the compressor run longer than normal.
this could be a drive belt or a dry bearing what ever it is you should get it sorted out,,, pull the unit out and find out were the noise is coming from if its a belt replace it if its the motor, it may need new bearings as there sealed type you cant just swill it with oil as nothing will get to the bearings the motor will need to be striped down to fit bearings in it
Remove the top hinge cover , covering the top freezer door hinge , and unplug the visible receptical . This removes power to the dispensor and dorr . Using a butter knife between the grill and the dispensor bottom cover , push down and inward , prying the cover outward . Do this on both sides , about 1 " from each side . This pops the plastic clips off . Raise the cover to release from the upper plastic retainers . Disconnect the plug from the cover and its removed . Do this carefully , because your working with plastic . To reinstall , reconnect the plug to the dispensor cover , slide the top in place and pop the lower tabs back into place . Reinstall the top hinge plug and cover .
If you will look on the bottom of the dispenser cover you will see 2 notches on the left and right side. carefully pry the cover off using a flat tip screw driver. then you will see a white switch plate that is either held on with latches or 2 srews depending on model. once this is removed you will gain access to the dispenser door.
once you gain access I think you will find the hinges for the dispenser door are broken off. if so you will need a dispenser door repair kit form whirlpool part # 8201756 this kit includes new door and hinge repair kit. this is something you can do yourself if you are pateint and pay lose attention to detail. otherwise I would recomend a god servie company. thanks for using FixYa Peyton
tHE PROBLEM IS CAUSED BY A BAD MAIN CONTROL BOARD LOCATED ON THE BACK OF THE REF AND IS COVERED BY A PLATE WITH A BUNCH OF SCRREWS. ALSO, LG HAS EXTENDED THE WAR TO COVER UNITS PURCHASED IN THE LAST 3 YEARS TO CORRECT THIS PROBLEM. CONTACT A LG DEALER OR CALL THE COMPANY TO SEE IF YOU ARE COVERED BY THIS WARRANTTEE REPAIR