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Re: how to level the front wheels
MOST ALL MANUALS GIVE DIRECTIONS FOR MORE THAN ONE MODEL INCLUDING FEATURES THAT MAY NOT BE ON YOUR MODEL. SOME DO NOT HAVE ADJUSTABLE ROLLERS BUT INSTEAD HAVE A FIXED ROLLER AND A SET OF LEGS TO BE SCREWED INTO THE SOCKET AT THE FRONT CORNERS AND ADJUSTMENTS MADE WITH THE LEGS.
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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
You did not post your model number which is located on a label on the inside liner wall of your fresh food section.
First remove the bottom grill or toe plate in front of your refrigerator. This plastic piece is either held on with one screw at each end or pop out clips. If clips pull the plate straight out about 2" from each end. This plate is easier to remove with both doors open.
Refrigerator Leveling Screws: Most refrigerators have two leveling screws in the front, one on each side. These screws are for leveling the refrigerator from rolling on the wheels. Turn these screws counter clockwise.
Refrigerator Wheel Locks: Some refrigerators have a lever bar on the outside of the front wheels to lock the wheels in place.
Refrigerator Independent Wheel adjustment Screws: Some refrigerators have two hex head screws on each side. They raise and lower both the front and back wheels.
Most refrigerators will have a leveling leg or wheel at each ot the front corners. What I usually do is lift the refrigerator up and set a block under the refrigerator and turn the legs or the screw for the wheels until they are at the point I want them and then remove the block. In your case, if you have leveling legs you will want to screw them into the refrigerator to lower the front. If you have wheels you will need a screwdriver or a nut driver and un-screw the bolt to lower the front. You may need to take the trim under the door off to access the bolts if you have wheels in the front. Hope this helps!
There is no trick, you would just use a torx screw driver. If your spring isn't broken don't do this. If your rope is broken you can fix easily. Replace old rope with new rope of equal size, place rope into spring wheel and turn counter clock wise holding the spring wheel. place other end of rope thru hole in shroud, remember to hold tight you have a lot of tension there. Pull rope thru enough to tie a knot, replace your pull handle , untie the knot and you should be fine. GOOD LUCK.
Is the height adjuster tight on both sides? if loose the bolt holes may be elongated, both sides set the same? any wheel wobble indicating worn out wheels?.if it checks out as good put the machine an a known hard level surface such as a garage floor and check the clearance by turning the wheels by hand without putting pressure on them, If the wheel still slips the mowing deck may be warped or bent. if all wheels are original there shouldn`t be a question of mismatched wheels ie:different sizes.
Open the rear part where the "guts" are. The magnet will be stuck against the wheel that turns when you pedal because the cable that the resistance motor pulls to remove the tension will have too much slack in it. The cable probably came off of the pulley wheel that is used to providing the necessary tension to pull the magnet off of the wheel.
To get the case off, simply unhook the right side pedal, remove the 4 bolts holding on the crank thing to remove it, then using a philips head screwdriver, remove the screws in the screw holes on the case cover. Be sure to remove the one screw on the other side near the front in order to allow the front part to "unsnap".
The wheels located in the back of the unit cannot be adjusted and the front ones can be accessed under the doors by pulling off the grill assembly. Use the screw going thru the cabinet on each side to adjust the front two wheels. Hope this helps.
Study THe steering wheel look for Philips screw holes, that removes horn cover front, on back of steering wheel, once you take the front cover of the steering, do not loose any springs and screws, use the cars ashtray to collect parts, Looking at the front, You will see a NUT 22 mm or 19 mm grab a 1/2 pride bar with socket( with locked steering) anti clock wise loose nut and washer and remove them, after that tap steering wheel from back towards You with both hands at the same time, till wheel OFF, You will see the wiper control leveler and how to replace it
There is a drain plug on your accord for this. Run the car to reach operating temp. and remove passenger side front wheel for easier access to drain plug, which is located near the front of the wheel/tire. The drain plug is removed by inserting a 1/2 inch drive ratchet, or extension into the square recess of the drain plug, and then remove like u would a regular bolt or nut. Have a drain pan ready. Replace plug, tighten to 36 ft lbs , replace wheel, with a long thin funnel, add fluid thru dipstick opening with engine running, shift thru the gears several times to allow fluid to flow thru trans. Do not overfill, check level with car parked on level surface. To check fluid level, do NOT screw dipstick in. Let me know if u need more help/info.