The sliding tray is not my problem...The tray that is just above where the babys legs slide in is my problem. It looks as if this part can come off somehow...maybe there is something I don't realize i can do. I looked underneath and it looks like this part may slide out, but I can get it to budge. I am to the point of breaking this part off. There is really no reason it should even be there unless the infant is a NEWBORN. I have such a tough time getting my son in and out of it, and he is most definately not over weight. It just seems that any high chair would pretty much be "convertable" so you can pick your child straight up instead of sliding them through a mess of food...and possibly a dirty diaper...yes it happens alot. I am a first time Mom and will never buy another high chair that is not completely "convertable" so to speak. Hopefully you guys can help!!!
I know that part comes off because that is the part of my stroller that is missing and its not broken off. I think you push the little tiny buttons on the front at the same time and pull up. Hope this helps.
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First of all, make sure the LOCKING RING is in position on the tray & locked! This will prevent all the slides from falling out when you remove the tray. Next, place a quarter (or a dime or a penny) in the SLOT in the HUB of the projector. Turn the coin to release the Emergency Latch Release and lift the tray off. Flip the tray upside down. Remove the jammed slide from the optical gate of the projector (inspect it for damage - "dog-eared" slide corners cause this kind of jam) and re-insert it in the slot of the tray from the underside (now facing you). Now rotate the tray until the pointing arrow and the notch on the bottom of the tray align. At this point the tray should be back in the "Zero" position and can be re-installed on the projector. I have attached copies of Kodak instructions for this, as well. Good Luck !! Jim
My '04 Toyota Hilux cup holder came out as follows...
You need to start by removing the dash trim that surrounds the instrument panel and air vents, as per the following.
Looking through the steering wheel to the instrument panel, remove the two screws above the instrument panel window.
Then remove the two screws under the steering column.
Then carefully prise back the section of lower trim to the right of the radio, you will see another screw, remove this.
The instrument trim is now free to be wiggled free from its clips.
You will need to disconnect the lead to the digital clock.
You can now remove the whole dash trim which contains the housing for the cup holder and place it on a work bench.
If you then look down onto the sliding tray (from above) you will see two squareish tabs. These tabs are the limiting tabs preventing the tray from sliding out (under normal use).
What you need to do is slide the tray out wards and using a flat screwdriver lever these tabs downwards as you pull gently on the tray. You should do one side at a time, so push one tab down until the draw is free on that side then while holding the draw steady repeat for the next tab. Once the two tabs are squeezed free the tray will slide out.
With practice I suppose you could just pull the tray straight out (without removing the dash trim) by interting two hacksaw blades curved slightly upwards throught the front of the (open) tray to squeeze the tabs as you pull the draw forward but you need a little luck and knowledge of where the tabs are... And besides, removing the dash trim is pretty simple.
With these instruction it should take no more than 10-15 minutes start to finish.
First of all, remove the tray (use the emergency tray removal in the center hub of the projector). BE CAREFUL not to spill your slides, so before you remove the tray, make sure the tray ring is in position & tight, then when you remove the tray turn it upside down immediately and move the tray plate to the "zero" position. Remove any slides that might be in the gate of the projector. Turn the projector on and cycle the projector 2 or 3 times in Reverse. This should clear a tray/slide jam. Good Luck !!
You may just have a slide jam (particularly common with older slides in 140-Slide Trays). First of all, you need to get the tray removed. At the center of the tray is the hub, and an emergency tray release slot. Make sure the slide tray locking ring is in place and tight(!), then insert a quarter in the emergency tray release slot and turn, lifting the tray at the same time. One slide will probably fall out. Replace the slide in the tray with the same orientation as the other slides in the tray (markings, slide#, etc.). Then with the tray upside down (now you see why I told you to make sure the slide tray locking ring was in place and tight), rotate the metal bottom plate back to the "zero" position. Once the tray is removed, cycle the projector 4 or 5 times, then re-insert the tray. If the problem persists, you may have warped slides (get them re-mounted or be sure to use 80-Slide Trays rather than 140 Slide Trays), or you could have a jammed slide change mechanism. And because we're talking about a Model 600H here, it may be cheaper to buy a used projector online than have it repaired. Good Luck !!
Unplug the power cord of the printer and open the cover to reveal the carriage assembly.
Squeeze the two levers beneath the paper tray together to remove the tray.
Slide the carriage assembly from the left side of the printer to the middle where you have easy access to it. If the carriage assembly will not slide, Push down the large black bar located directly above the rollers and then release it so that it springs back up. Now attempt to slide the carriage assembly to the right again. If it still does not slide, Locate the flat black component found directly below the rollers in the tray compartment. It should be lying flat, parallel with the base of the printer. If it is pointing upward, push it down.
Slide the carriage assembly over to the right once all of the above parts are in their correct positions
Lift the actuator arm, which is directly above the white and/or gray gear assembly at the left side of the printer. The actuator arm is thin strip of black plastic that is approximately 1 3/4 inches long and 1/3 inch wide. Lifting it and releasing it should restore it to its proper position.
Put the paper tray back in the printer. With the cover of the printer still open, plug in the power cord and turn on the printer.
Press and hold "Resume," then close the cover of the printer.
Most impellers are in the leg and require the lower oart of the leg to be removed by disconnecting the gear linkage and undoing the bolts that hold the lower half of the leg on, they are just above the water intake.Don't forget the bolt near the prop. Wiggle the leg and slide it down to remove, then place the leg on the bench. The drive shaft protrudes through the impeller housing, remove the bolts that hold the housing on and slide it off. When fitting the new impeller be sure to fold the fins in the correct direction. When re installing the leg be careful to align the cooling pipes correctly.