For some reason my screen is stuck in the swiveling position. It's neither open/up or shut/down. and there is a little black tab that's blocking the screen from shutting or opening entirely. This tab was never in the way before and it seems like it can recess but I can't seem to get it down. Any solutions?
I believe its the flex cable, you''d have to ask expert(if you arent familiar with the sidekick) and loosen you flex cable. I bieleve it tightens wen it tries to flip. If its not that, comment baq with more detail
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Check out where the throttle cable is mounted to the carburettor swivel, which opens and closes the throttle. With the engine running see if the swivel can be turned back to the stop position.This is an adjustable screw, typically with spring around the thread to resist undoing.
If the swivel is already back to the stop. its a simple repair to turn the stop screw back to allow the swivel to close the throttle more.
Sometimes the cable prevents the throttle from fully closing and the reason has to be investigated. Such as
weakened return spring or inner cable requires some lubrication.
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As long as the black piece still has the "nubs" on both sides at the turn in the "L" shape and the base isn't broke then this is going to be easy. There is a groove on the main unit the little wheel fits into that groove, the "nubs" fit into small holes on the swivel down piece, and the spring fits between the small side of the "L" shape and the bottom of the swivel down piece..
U have to litterly turn the tv 20 degrees to the left or to the right.If u wanted the tv move to the left or the tv move to the right.The base stand dose not move,it is a solid base stand to hold the tv in with screws.Some tv u can swivels,but only can do it up and down by 20 degrees screen base swivels that it.Take a hold tight of the LCD screen panel and push it up or down 20 degree,that is ur base swivels.
As long as the black piece still has the "nubs" on both sides at the turn in the "L" shape and the base isn't broke then this is going to be easy. There is a groove on the main unit the little wheel fits into that groove, the "nubs" fit into small holes on the swivel down piece, and the spring fits between the small side of the "L" shape and the bottom of the swivel down piece.
NO PARTS MADE , rebaged cheep made unit from china . call home shopping
and tell them , it broke , not that you dropped it . you might get a discount or something , your not the
only one with problems with this waffle maker !
This is the worst solution I've ever heard. This guy is trying to steer you wrong I'm pretty sure. There is zero point in removing all the screws from under the batter/ zero point to removing the area around the power button. Absolute BS. The only part to remove is the part just above the top of the keyboard (silver strip with some black). Then by removing that you can pry the swivel black plastic cover off. Whatever you do.. do not follow Scott's writeup here. I'm telling you. It's sad it's stayed up so long.. so had to warn.