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I presume you are talking about a kodak projector. Look down into the center of the slide tray as it sits on the projector. There may be a small slot. Get a quarter, put it in the slot and turn it clockwise (?) a little, then lift the end of the tray furthest from the stuck slide. The tray should lift away. WITH THE RING ON, turn the tray over and rotate the metal bottom of the tray until it clicks, returning it to the "zero" position. Turn off the projector (if it's on) and retrieve the slide. Turn the projector on and hit the FWD button to get the arm situated correctly.
The door latch in Kenmore and Kitchenaid isn't of the best design.The spring steel latching tab is needs to push down the black plastic slide mechanism when the door in closed. That slide pushes down on a micro switch which interrupts the cycle when you open the door when the dish washer is running. Take the latch assembly back out. You can insert two compression springs inside the slide on each side of the latch. They are approx 3/16 Dia x 3/4 to 1 inch long. In the hardware dept at Home Depot or Lowe's..The springs will push the slide down hard enough to activate the switch. Right now your dish washer thinks the door is open.
Hold the top off button and one of the left hand side buttons push them in together untill phone reads slide to power off slide arrow and wait for phone to turn off wait about 1 minute then turn phone back on by pushing button on top of phone apple simble will come up resetting phone
Press the Power ON/OFF slide button. To power ON, push Slide UP & hold for 5 sec's To power OFF, push Slide UP & hold for 5 sec's
If no go, Use the Stylus and push into Reset hole, at bottom of device. (not on back side, but at the bottom, where there is a single hole. Press and hold for a second or two, or until it turns off/on.
Pushing Slide DOWN, put's it HOLD mode (make sure the slide switch is Not in the Down position) is probably in Hold mode?
I've had this problem before and finally realized that I was putting it in the hold mode every time, by pushing the Slide Power button, down. Instead of UP.
When you push the slide down on the side, there's a wire that it pushes down inside the toaster. If the wire gets bent down a bit, pushing the slide down doesn't push the wire down enough. The wire is like a teeter totter. When it gets pushed down, it closes the circuit which turns the toaster on. The reason why the slide doesn't stay down is without energy, the electromagnet doesn't get engaged. That's what keeps the slide down. You need to remove the 4 screws on the bottom, and the 2 screws that hold the legs on that also hold the side on with the slide. Once the side is off, take a pair of needle nose pliers and bend the wire up a bit that acts as the teeter totter.
place the ignition key in the helmet lock keyhole (rear left hand side of the seat) turn half a turn so that the helmet lock slides down (now you know where to leave your helmet when you have to leave it with the bike). BEHIND that hook (closest to the wheel side) is another one. That will now push down on a sprung return. The seat should pop up but if it's a bit snug then whilst pushing down on the catch (to keep it released) gently pull up the rear of the seat. Now the lock is disengaged slide it backwards 2 cms and all the other retainers will slide out. Hey presto seat and bike have now parted company. Good luck putting it back on it's harder to get all the slidy bits to re-engage (particularly the two in the middle that have to slide onto two "pegs").
if you mean pull the axle out of the housing you must take the cover off the rear end drianing the lube at the same time and turn untill you can remove the bolt that holds the center pin you see and carefully slide the pin out far enough that you can push the axle in towards the center than remove the u shaped clip that hold it in the center, then it just slides out
Bought the filter replacement and read the instructions. Turn off ice maker and replace filter. Remove by turning 1/4 turn to the right. pull out old filter. Remove cover, slide off, replace cover by sliding on the new filter. Push new filter in to the holding, hold so cover is horizontal, push in and turn back clockwise till the cover is horizontal to the floor.
You have jammed the slide change mechanism. Turn the projector off. Remove the tray using the emergency release slot in the center hub of the projector. Turn the projector on and cycle it a few times in reverse, then in forward. That usually clears a mechanism jam.
sounds like the screen darking shutter is stuck up remove the lens and push it down with a screw driver sotf ly if it does not move go thru the open ing on the top of the unit and push down on the bar that operates the shutter