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My ironing board won't stay up! I don't know what is supposed to catch on the slide bar to hold it up?

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SOURCE: Kirby Ultimate G Upright won't stay up right

I figured out that when mine did the same thing, it was time to change the bag. It was too heavy for the handle to handle! LOL Hope that helps. Tracy

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SOURCE: Handle on iron gets too

I purchased a silicone heat protector for a pot handle and sewed it together with dental floss around the iron handle

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either a bad latch unit or one out of position---has to be opened up to see which.

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SOURCE: Trunk won't stay up

The bar,called a strut snaps on to a small piece that is connected to the chassis of the vehicle.It should have a clip that lifts up,put the end of the strut over the piece on the chassis,and push the clip back down.You dont even need tools.

Posted on Nov 22, 2012

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