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I took the left rear tire off my John Deere lawn tractor and when I put it back on the tire won't engage to run


on some of the mowers there is a slot on the axle and on the inside of the rim that a metal key goes in. you line up the two slots and put this key in and then tighten the wheel. it locks the rim to the axle. i am guessing it must have fallen out when you took the tire off. find it and put it back in you should be good to go.

Apr 22, 2016 | John Deere Garden

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O want to install a new key . What are the steps ,please


A key falling off of a keyboard might be an annoyance, but it is not a reason to buy a new keyboard. Regardless of which key falls off, it can be replaced fairly easily. Although the method of replacing typical letter keys is a little different than replacing the space bar, replacing either of these types of keys can be done in a few minutes.

Carefully pry the key from the keyboard next to the key that has fallen off. This key can easily be pried by sliding a flat-head screwdriver underneath it and popping the key out. Be careful to make sure the key retainer underneath the key stays in place, especially if the key retainer has also fallen off the key you are attempting to fix. Look closely at the key retainer underneath the key that was just removed. Notice there is a notch in each corner of the key designed to hold the key in place. Place the key retainer back into place if it has fallen off the key you are trying to fix. Make sure it is positioned exactly as the key retainer next to it is. Put the key on top of the key retainer. Use your index finger to firmly push straight down on the key to lock the key back into place. Do the same to the key that was taken off to view the other key retainer. b> Replacing the Space Bar b> Turn the space bar upside down and use a flat-head screwdriver to separate the retainer from the back of the space bar key. Place the retainer into its place on the keyboard. The retainer will hook into small hooks on the left and right sides. The small metal bar from the retainer should line the bottom of the area where the space bar will be placed. Put the space bar back into the place where it belongs. Spread the ring finger, middle finger and index finger across the space bar, and push firmly until the key snaps into place. Put the space bar key back in place and gently press on it with fingers until it snaps back in place.

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Jan 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Keys have fallen off my hp laptop


If keys have fallen of your hp laptop, you should be able to reattach them as long as there are no broken parts like hinge clips, or the back of the key cap, if there are broken, stop right there, don't do anything else as they will not go on, places like www.replacementlaptopkeys.com have a variety of hp laptop keys, and also installation guide, you may want to contact them for your laptop.

Jun 15, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet

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2008 Chevy HHR. put car in park, cannot turn key. car is still running. So I pulled a fuse (under the hood) put fuse back. But the car is still "ON" & draining the battery. I am at work. ...


There are guides in the ignition unit that might have fallen out of position, u need a specialist who does this to fix it for u, pliz dont force the key out. Its a few minutes job.

Jun 12, 2011 | 2008 Chevrolet Hhr

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Some of the buttons on my laptop has come of, how do i put them back?


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Use a small dab of super glue to replace keys that have fallen off.laptops often have keys that fall off, especially as the computer ages or is used quite frequently. Place a small dab of glue directly on the round part that holds the key in place and lightly press the key down. When the glue dries, you'll be able to use your laptop again.

Dec 15, 2010 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Harmonic balance came off, now car won't start


did you put the keyway back on the crank before you put the harmonic balancer back on.
the key goes in the groove on the shaft and balancer

Jun 24, 2010 | 1996 Mitsubishi 3000GT

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A key has fallen off the keyboard. How do I refit


JST PUT IT ON ITS PLACE AND PRESS IT.....IT WILL SET ON ITS PLACE

Jan 06, 2010 | HP Laptop Keyboard for HP Compaq NC6400...

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''o'' key has broken off my laptop keyboard


if you still have the key super glue it back on put glue on paper plate then use a cue tip to put the glue on the key making sure the key is straight and in the right place you want the glue to just cover the part that the key presses down not anything else and dont press the key for 24 hours or untill dry because it will stick pressed down and then its going constantly press the key .... big problems if that happens, there may also be a small clip that you can push back into the lil slot that holds it and not need any glue each keyboard is diffrent ive done both, if you dont have the key look on craigslist or ebay for non working laptops that are compatable to yours

Apr 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Drum spring has fallen off


If you look at the opposite side to the one where the spring has come off, it should help you to locate where the spring goes.
One end of the spring hooks into the side of the drum, and the other end onto the top of the cabinet.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Jan 18, 2009 | Indesit W 123 Front Load Washer

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