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REMOVE HOUSING I need to replace the front housing plate on my SYNC A707. I cannot seem to find the directions to do this. I found the screws and took them out, but the faceplate would not budge. I do not want to break the phone. Any suggestions?

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Yes, if you have a thin plastic card (credit card works) you can slid between the center where the 2 halfs meet - use a bit of force and then you will unleash the inner locks. It will pop open easy after that

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Center console removal


Well, this good to be interesting to say the least, and probably long as well. By my gm. service information your going to need to take out the front bucket seats so the sides of the console can come off.


Remove the left front seat . Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Extension Panel



2



Retainer Clip (Qty: 5) same for right side.



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Component Name






Preliminary Procedure

Remove the right front seat. Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .







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Front Floor Console Extension Panel







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Retainer Clip (Qty: 5)








Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Assembly


Procedure

Use a flat bladed plastic trim tool in order to release the console accessory trim plate from the console assembly.



2



Retainer Clips (Qty: 5)



Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement.



1



Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Assembly


Procedure




  1. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  2. When replacing the front floor console accessory housing assembly, transfer all necessary components





  1. Remove the rght or left front floor console extension panel. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side or Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


  2. Remove the front floor console cup holder housing. Refer to Front Floor Console Cup Holder Housing Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel Screw (Qty: 1)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel



3



Retainer Clip (Qty: 4)


Preliminary Procedures


  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console fillers. Refer to Front Floor Console Filler Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly Bolt (Qty: 4)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly


Procedure

Position the armrest assembly out of the way leaving the electrical harness attached.



3



Front Floor Upper Console Trim Plate


Procedure

Lift the rear of the trim plate first, releasing the retainers securing the trip plate to the console assembly.



4



Retainer Clips (Qty: 4)



Front Floor Console Replacement (Enclave)





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Preliminary Procedures




  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console extension panels. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side and Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


  3. Disconnect the automatic transmission range selector lever cable. Refer to Range Selector Lever Cable Replacement .







1





Front Floor Console Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)







2





Front Floor Console Bolt (Qty: 10)




Tip

Before installing the right lower forward bolt, ensure that the console wiring harness is tucked below the fastener location to avoid driving the bolt into the harness.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)







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Front Floor Console Assembly


Procedure



  1. Note location and routing of the front floor console wiring harness prior to removal of the front floor console assembly to ensure proper reinstallation.


  2. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  3. With the aid of an assistant remove the console assembly from the vehicle.


  4. When replacing the front floor console, transfer all necessary components.





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Removing the front plate on a Whirlpool WED7800XW


After you get to the element, you may want to troubleshoot other components. Common problems are failure of the thermal limiter on the element housing and poor ventilation. If the dryer is producing any heat at all, don't disassemble the dryer, you have a ventilation issue.

Unplug the dryer.

You need a 1" putty knife to get the top up. At the front left and right corners under the top panel there is a spring clip. It may be helpful to look with a flashlight first because there is an alignment pin that sits right beside them. They can be stubborn so you may need to hit the back of the putty knife to get them loose. Apply upward pressure on the top panel as you disengage the spring clips. You will also need to remove the screws that secure the front panel to the lint screen housing (2 or 4 philips screws).

Once you get both sides released, open the door 90 degrees and the top panel will lift up on a rear hinge. With the top up you can access two 5/16" hex screws that secure the front panel to the bulkhead. Remove these and the front panel should lean forward. Remove front panel.

Remove the 5/16" hex screws that secure the lower lint screen duct to the blower housing and front bulkhead and remove duct. Disconnect wiring harness for the moisture sensor at the bottom right of bulkhead. There will be 4 screws holding the bulkhead to the rest of the cabinet. Remove these and lift off front bulkhead assembly. Two rollers on the back will want to hang on to the drum but gently turning the bulkhead should release without much trouble.

Remove the belt by releasing tension on the idler pulley and, using the belt as a handle at the top, remove the belt and drum together. The element is on the right, and you will need to remove the wires from the thermal limiter at the back, hi limit thermostat in the middle, and element at the front.

To remove the element, there are two 1/4" screws at the front that are tough to get to because you don't have much clearance, but they support the front of the element housing. There is one screw at the rear. Remove the element and then the hi limit and thermal limiter screws.

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Insert your plastic pry tool into the seam in the side of your touch and run it along the length of the device to release the back panel from the front.
If your replacement screen did not come with a plastic pry tool, then a small flat-head screwdriver will also work.
Remove the square battery from the motherboard in the front housing by running the pry tool along the sides of it and gently pulling up.
Remove the small piece of black tape from the bottom of the front housing to expose three screws.
Remove the three screws using your small Phillips-head screwdriver. Remove the small screw near the top of the battery connector ribbon as well.
Remove the metal cover from the bottom of the front housing with the plastic pry tool.
This will expose the ribbon that connects the screen to the front housing and motherboard.
Flip the screen-connector ribbon up and gently pop it out. Then remove the two screws at the top of the front housing and disconnect the one other screen-connector ribbon.
This will release a thin metal board at the top of the housing that guards the screen. Pull the metal board out carefully.
Remove the 16 small screws from the side of the screen.
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Gently remove the screen and replace it with the new one.
Replace the screws and reassemble the iPod touch the same way you took it apart.


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If equipped with a skid plate, access is accomplished by removing the 5 skid plate bolts, allowing the plate to swing down on integrated hangars (with the front plastic bumper skirt still attached). To completely remove the skid plate, three small screws holding it to the front plastic bumper skirt must also be removed.

Toyotafilter kits contain a new filter cartridge, a plastic drain plug, and two O-rings. The drain plug is used to drain residual oil from the filter unit prior to removing the plastic screw-in housing. After removing the large, metal, round screw with a 1/2" square fitting in the middle of it, the plug simply snaps into the bottom of the plastic housing. The smaller of the two new O-rings replaces the existing O-ring on the screw.

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Hi There,

Ok, so in order to get the wheel assembly back into the machine, you're going to have to take apart the machine, or at least the housing underneath of the clean/dirty solution tank, as well as the housing that the shampoo solution sits on. I took pictures to help you on this repair.

Here's what you need to do:

Step 1. Remove both the Shampoo tank and the Clean / Dirty Water tank from the machine completely and set them aside. You'll need to now remove the housing that the shampoo container sits in by unscrewing the 5 screws that I've circled in red:

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Step 2. After you've removed these 5 screws, lift straight up on the housing that the shampoo tanks sits in. You'll now need to remove the screws that I've circled red to remove the complete lower housing that secures the wheels in place:

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Step 3. You'll need to unhook the clear housing in the front that holds the brush cover over the bottom housing. You may just use a flat head screw driver, or something to pry this housing off the bottom plate:
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Step 4. Open up the bottom housing by grabbing the raised portion of the motor housing in the back of the machine. Simply re-insert the wheels into the grooves now, and after the wheel is in place, re-secure the lower housing over top of the wheel to keep it from coming out again. The bottom plate is what goes over top of the wheel to keep it in place.

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Replace with clean cabin filter. Replace cover by lining up the notches on either side of the cover plate to the grooves in the filter housing. Replace the screw in the cover plate.

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Sorry for the delay in response...

Once you have the screws loose, they sometimes stay in the housing. That is okay as long as they are loose from the mounts. The top half only has the two screws. Once they are removed, work the seem with an opening tool, or strong fingernails. Gently pry open the seem and it will start to pop apart. Be careful in the top half because the flex for the surface buttons is attached to the outer housing or front cover. Once you have it snapped loose, you have to unplug that flex, so be careful not to tear it.

Once you have the phone apart, brush all components (not the screen) with 91% rubbing alcohol and a soft bristle brush.

If you want, you can also try leaving the phone in a bag of dry rice. That tends to wick out moisture quite well.

The only risk there is that once moisture is in a phone, it tends to start corroding. It can work fine for quite some time, and then have problems later so I recommend disassemble and clean if at all possible.

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