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The plastic piece on the bottom of the legs that you insert the wheels

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I have a model 875.498601 workshop stool need to know how to remove the floor protector on bottom of the stools leg, have to install another one


The plastic foot is adjustable snd covers a bolt that is threaded into an insert in bottom of leg. Should be able to unscrew it by hand (if new), or use a pair of channel locks

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Repair ACER Keyboard


Many a times, laptop's keys fell off the keyboard or it gets damaged. Don't fret on buying a whole new keyboard when you can repair the keys yourself.
This is an installation guide to repair keys of Acer’s laptop keyboard.

You should have a key cap and 2 or more retainer clips (plastic pieces), that goes underneath the key cap.

To install the key on your laptop keyboard, start out by observing the metal plates on the keyboard.

Always be sure to look at the metal keys because they differ in every keyboard. The larger metal hooks can be at the top, bottom, right or left side. The position of the metal hooks determines the position of plastic pieces.

Here you can see that it has one large metal hook at the bottom and two metal hooks at the top.

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Take the larger plastic piece and observe that it has two holes at the top corners, two sticks at the bottom and two holes in the middle. The top holes are going to go into the top metal hooks on the keyboard. The smooth part of the plastic piece faces away from the keyboard.

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Take the smaller plastic piece and observe that it has two holes at the top, two sticks at the middle and a bar with larger hole at the bottom. The sticks in the middle are going to go into the middle holes of the larger plastic piece. The bottom bar is going to click onto the bottom metal hook on the keyboard. The smooth part of the plastic piece faces away from the keyboard.

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Place the smaller plastic piece onto the larger plastic piece and insert its sticks to the holes of larger piece. It’s one piece now.

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Insert the top plastic sticks into the top metal holes and the bottom bar into the bottom metal hook on the keyboard. Get a thin object or a blade and stretch the plastic pieces downwards to insert completely.

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Take your letter key cap, put it in the middle of the plastic pieces and push down evenly from all four sides.

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That's all to repair ACER keyboard key.

Source: Acer Key Repair




on Dec 17, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Don't have the directions to put evenflo exersaucer together, need help. Is there somewhere I can get the directions? reg. number 07T-0538604


Instructions
    • 1 Place the large, round base on the floor. The outwardly curving edge should be facing downward.
    • 2 Attach the three pedestals to the base. To do so, insert your finger into each pedestal and loop the spring within around the hook found on the base in the appropriate holes. Insert the three plastic tabs on each pedestal into the base, locking them into place.
    • 3 Press the wider end of a lower leg assembly onto each pedestal piece. By wiggling the lower leg assembly side to side, you will eventually snap the pieces into place.
    • 4 Hold the seat ring in your lap with the open edge facing upward. Press each of the six wheels into the wheel holders around the edge of the seat ring. Each wheel will snap into place when positioned correctly.
    • 5 Insert the cloth seat into the seat ring, aligning the diamond on the cloth seat with the triangle on the seat ring. Each plastic tab lining the edge of the cloth seat attaches to a peg on the seat ring. Snap these connections into place.
    • 6 Hold the Exersaucer tray on its side and press the seat ring into the center. Once the seat ring snaps into place, it should be able to spin in place.
    • 7 Attach the three spring caps to the Exersaucer tray. These spring caps cover the three large holes in your tray, and are attached by a firm clockwise twist.
    • 8 Attach the upper leg assemblies to the upper leg crowns. These crowns act as the "socket" and the upper leg assemblies act as the "ball." By pressing them together with a click, the upper leg assemblies can twist and rotate in place.
    • 9 Turn the tray upside down and press each upper leg crown base into the round holes in the tray with a firm twist. Each upper leg crown features a height adjustment hole, which will face outward when properly attached.
    • 10 Turn over the tray so that the upper leg assemblies are facing downward. Insert each upper leg assembly into a lower leg assembly, being sure to pull away the height adjustment tab to allow the assemblies to slide together.
    • 11 Press each toy into its respective port on the surface of the tray. The toys each have a distinct base, which clicks into the correspondingly shaped tray port

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I took apart my eureka quick up vacuum and am not sure how to re assemble


I just did the same thing and had to reassemble also. I recommend turning it upside down. First make sure the belt is wrapped around the motor threads as well as the brush threads, then rest the brush more or less where it goes in the front of the vacuum. The white plastic pieces each have a small hole - you need to insert one end of the brush into each while plastic piece. When you lie the plastic piece flat you should see that the other end fits together with the top of the vacuum. The trickiest part is getting the tiny little wheels into place. Just worry about the 2 in front first. Set them carefully into place in the square holes in the front corners of the machine. Use your finger or a screwdriver to fit the mini axles properly into the grooves. Carefully push the bottom of the vacuum into place until it seems to snap in place (be careful that the wires are tucked in well) and screw in the 4 main screws. Final step is to reattach the smaller black cover to the bottom (back) side - be sure to get that wheel in place before fitting the cover on and then tighten up the final 2 screws.

Mar 25, 2011 | Eureka& Cordless Quick Up Vacuum

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Kinderkraft crib model 710


On the bottom of the front rail that drops (the drop rail), there are two plastic tension pieces (one at either end) that engage the two fixed, bottom rail slider hardware (the long, narrow pieces screwed top-and-bottom into the lower, inside portion of the tall, upright crib ends). These tension pieces are spring loaded, and the outer edge of each one rides along the outside (i.e., the parent's side) of the two bottom metal rail guides. Their purpose is to supply outward pressure against the lower part of the drop rail - that's what you push against when you press your lower leg upon the bottom of the drop side of the crib to lower it. They insure that when up, the drop side locks safely into place. I suspect these tension pieces are your problem. It sounds like they are improperly installed. Good luck.

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TrackMan Wheel Trackball Spring - where does it go.


it's not really a spring -- it's just a twisted piece of wire. actually, it's what makes your little scroll wheel click when you turn it. place the scrool wheel in the little plastic bracket that holds it with the longest piece of axel (hollow side of wheel) in. then TURN THE BRACKET OVER. the wire goes on the BOTTOM, which is quite counterintuitive. you'll see how it goes -- the smallest end of the wire goes INSIDE the scroll wheel and the kinda squared end of the wire goes into a little hole in the bracket. you'll understand when you look closely at it. once the wire is installed, hold it in place when you turn the bracket/ball/wire assembly over. fit the legs on the bracket into the groves on the base of the trackball -- that's the side where the ball sits and the circuit board is. make sure the scroll wheel passes through the trackball cover when putting it all back together. VOILA! problem solved.

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VGB3 leg lock broke


On the velbon vgb 3, the leg locks consist of a lever, one or two pieces of metal and a plastic piece. The metal and plastic pieces rest in a depression against the lever. When the lever is pulled out, pressure against the smaller leg section is released. When the lever is pushed in, pressure against the smaller leg section is exerted, locking the legs in place. On the back side of each joint, there is a phillips head screw which acts as a stop to keep the leg section from coming all the way out. When the screw is backed out, the leg section can be removed, exposing the latching mechanism. If the only problem is that the latch mechanism came apart, it can simply be reassembled. If, however, something broke and allowed the latch assemby to come apart, that will have to be dealt with as well. My guess is that the phillips screw may have become loose, and the latch came apart.

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