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Re: taking off shell of washing machine
Remove the shell:
nplug the machine. Remove the end caps on both sides of the console by putting a flat screwdriver in the top of the end caps from the back and gently prying up. Remove the two Phillips screws holding the corners of the console down. Lift the console and gently fold back. Unplug the lid switch. That's the 3-wire quick disconnect below the timer. (If you have a high price model, you'll have three hoses under a plastic cover on the left. disconnect those hoses before going further.) Using a flat screwdriver remove the gold clips holding the cabinet to the back. Place the blade of the screwdriver in the indentation closest to you and tilt the handle of the screwdriver back. Open the lid. Lift and tilt the entire cabinet toward you. Look down through the hole to the front bottom edge of the cabinet. It is hooked under the front edge of the washer frame. Remove the cabinet and place it aside.
Replacing the shell:
Pick up the cabinet, hook it under the front of the frame, and tilt it back into place. Push the sides of the cabinet in as you are tilting it back to make sure the hooks in the frame (back, sides) line up with the cabinet. You can know it's in place when the edges of the cabinet line up evenly with the edges of the back. Re-install the gold clips. Hook them into the back panel, put them into the slots in the cabinet, and push down until they snap into place. Re-connect the lid switch. Lower the console. Replace the screws. Replace the end caps - bottom first, then snap them in at the top. Happy washing!
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Some washing machines are not accessible without taking the whole outer shell off!! But most if.you.empty then lay it on.side u maybe able to get to the belt or some.have an.access plate on back good luck
If the bowl is loose you needed to replace the bearings, first take off the to part with the knobs, then you should be able to remove the while body our shell of the washer to get to the meat of the washer, this us how you get inside.
GO TO DEVICE MANAGER AND SEE IF THE DRIVE IS WORKING.IT MOST LIKELY IS SO TURN POWER OF PC OPEN THE SHELL ON PROSESSER AND TAKE DISC OUT,KNOW BEFORE YOU PUT SHELL BACK ON TURN POWER BACK ON DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING EXCEPT THE DRIVE SEE IF IT OPENS OR CLOSES.IF IT DOES NOT,SHUT POWER OFF AND UNPLUG DRIVE THEN PLUG IT BACK IN.PUT SHELL BACK ON AND SEE IF DRIVE OPENS.IF NOT THE DRIVES FAULTY...HOPE THIS HELPS
first remove the two screws that hold in the control panel and tip it back, then there two clips that the shell is locked onto undo them and pull the shell away from the unit. remember to shut off the power first. remove any wires that are hooked up aand the replace the pump. good luck
is this the spring in the back if so look in the very back center bottom and you will see where the hole use to be but it probably rusted out just take like 1/4" drill bit and make another hole Please rate my solution
Its a GREAT seat! I have the same one! Assuming you removed the harness.
The easiest way I have found to do this is , place the seat on the ground and put the cover on the seat. There are some elastic fastners that are loops on some models, that go onto small plastic poles. IF you don't have this, it is ok.
Then clip the harness together at the chest clip, and at the buckle. This helps you not get so twists.
Put each of the top shoulder straps through the hole in the seat cover AND the plastic of the shell of the seat. For this rear facing seat, the straps should be At or BELOW the shoulders of the infant riding in the seat. When both straps are through the plastic shells, you slide them onto the metal flat mushroom shaped piece on the back of the seat that is attached to the adjustor strap.
Pass the middle strap (the buckle) through the hole in the seat cover and shell. Pull to ensure it catches. NExt, take the small metal cliped bottoms of the harness, and pass them through the seat cover and seat shell in the bottom of the seat, they are in the crease of the side/bottom of the plastic shell. Once they are passed through, give them a good pull to ensure they catch. Repeat for the other side, and you are good to go!
If you washed the harness, in the machine, it needs to be thrown out, call Graco for a replacement.
have a Bissell Big Green 1672, the older canister model. Went crazy trying to figure out how to get to the pump. Finally figured it out. The top green "shell" covers the motor & pump and is separate from the "grey" plastic housing. Using a screw driver, insert it between the small gap between the top "shell" and the housing. If you look at it with it laying down on the top, you will see the small 1/4" gap. Gently pry in between the two and work your way around. It will start to lift up and then you can easily work your way around and it will pop off exposing the motor and pump. Note that the wires to the on/off & pump switches will sill be attached to the top shell. If you take them off note where they came from and make sure they are all on when you put the top back on. I have had my Green Machine for years, what a work horse! To bad they don't make them anymore, the new ones that replaced them just don't have the same durability and power as the older Green Machines.