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The rubber key cover is one piece and not sold as a spare part. Take the radio apart, remove the pad and put a thin tape, such as a very high quality electrical tape and a small amount of RTV silicone under the tear. Reassemble, wiping off any extra RTV as you go.
First remove the switch cover just under the handle bars there are two rubber covered adjustment screws, roll back the rubber covers. mark where they are set, then loosen off both adjusters until you can unhook the ends of the cables in the handle remove the old grip and install the new one being careful to have the cable hook-ups in the proper position install the cable ends and replace the cover tighten the adjusters to original settings, check to see if there is play in the throttle and if it is returning to the start position when released make necessary fine tuning to adjusters then tighten lock nuts and replace the rubber covers
unfortunately I believe you have to buy a new chassis jus for the handle bar. The best way is to just buy a handle bar cover for the handle bar. That will cover the damage and also protect it from further damage.
If the tear is small, try using silicon glue to repair it--clean the surface of the boot and apply the glue. Let dry for 24 hours before using the machine. If the tear is large, the boot must be replaced. It can be done from the front without removing the cabinet, but it's tricky. These tears usually occur when trying to remove jeans and a metal button catches the rubber.
You may have a torn speaker element. This is usually the cause of buzzing noise in the sound, also you may have a bad capacitor in your audio section. This is what I would suggest doing as a test open the front bottom panel of your TV and visually inspect the speakers for signs of ripping and or tearing in the speaker element. If the element or elements are torn it may be possible to repair it with rubber cement or rubber paste just coat the tear with the rubber cement to hole the torn edges together and allow it to dry for two days before testing the sound. If the speaker elements are not ripped then the problem may be a bad capacitor either in the audio section (power supply) or in the filter block (usually attached to the speakers to separate bass and treble signal to the speakers.
Paper misfeed in the Left Cover internal section (J20, J30, J40 to 45, J50, J52 to 56, J60, J61) When the paper misfeed has occurred in the Left Cover internal section, use the procedure below to clear it.NOTE: Supplementary Information The drum section inside the main unit is sensitive to scratches and contaminants. When removing paper, be careful not to touch it or scratch it with your watch, ring, etc. 1 Grasp the Left Cover handles to lift the cover and open it. CAUTION: The fixation section inside the main unit of the copier is extremely hot. Exercise caution in handling it to prevent getting burned. 2 Remove jammed sheets of paper carefully so as not to tear them. NOTE: If the paper is torn, be sure to remove all remnants or fragments from the cassette. 3 If the Duplex Unit (option) is installed, lift it up and remove the paper. NOTE: If the paper is torn, be sure to remove all remnants or fragments from the cassette. 4 Close the left cover.
Hi there's a place in america that sells replacement zip up foam covers for the Quinnys, do it in various lengths so you can also get one for your bumper bar at the front if thats a bit tatty as well. They are about £20 including shipping which is fairly reasonable considering how much the cost in the first place! Go onto ebay and look for 'quinny handle cover', and there's also companies on ebay that do replacement quinny stickers as well for a few quid as they wear so quickly.
I have finally fixed my sister's dyson dc 15 beater bar problem. It was just 2 tiny broken wires connect to circuit board lead to the beater bar. The wires broke where they go through the black rubber gommet. You need a torx screwdriver tx 15 to remove 2 plastic covers to access the wires. When looking at the front of the vacuum, the gray covers located on the right side of the vacuum. 1 big cover with a black rubber gasket and other small gray cover is on the rotating ball area.
This my new year resolution is to warn people not to buy Dyson vacuum cleaner ( Junk) design to break down! Shame on you Dyson!!!! Save your money find good old vacuum cleaner with metal parts.