I have read the istructions as how to take 4 screws off to remove the base...it is still on snug........there has to be a trick to this.....I have tried lightly prying to no avail....I need help from someone who has removed the base ( stand) in order to hang in on the wall instead of on a cabinet...help!!!
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1. First pry out the 4 black rubber feet on the base with small screwdriver and unscrew the 4 cross head screws revealed below.
2. Remove this black base to reveal the inner black base Unscrew the cable clamp - 2 screws and the 3 screws that retain the remaining black base to the body of the bullet - slide it off over the power cable.
3. Turn the bullet the proper way up and pry out the 3 white rubber bumpers with a screw driver blade that are set inside for the cup to rest on - each is located with two rubber pins. Once all 3 are removed you will reveal 3 more cross head screws - these countersunk - remove all 3 and then the internal motor will be free to lift out through the top of the Bullet casing.
4. Its possible to slip out the 3 white plastic sliders - taking care to note how they seat each on a small spring to cleanup both the slides and the sliders.
To re assemble step by step in reverse - noting to align the motor cable with the cutouts on the bullet base.
This ones a little tricky. Hope you have strong fingers. Start by
removing the base. There are 3 screws. First pull the base plate off.
Then remove 2 screws. Next remove the little rubber insert in the center
of the base bracket. You will need a long phillips to get to the 3rd
screw. Slide out the base bracket. Flip the panel over and stare at the
lcd with the buttons side on the top. Grab a small flat head screw
driver. Look at an angle in each of the corners between the inner black
lcd trim and the silver outside trim. There is a ****. Shove the
flathead in there and pry outward toward the silver trim while lifting
on the black inner trim vertically. The trick is to flex the black trim
toward the silver and then pull up. There are 6 plastic snaps on the top
and bottom, and 4 snaps on the left and right. If you've taken laptop
screens apart, you'll feel the similarity.
1. Remove the two small Phillips head screws holding the inside edge of the Taillight assy (you have to open the tailgate)
2. Pull straight back on the Taillight assy levering most of your pressure to the outside edge. (There is two peg like things [top and bottom of the
assy]stuck into a tight fitting hole in the body, so it will take some
effort, as they are pretty snug..but, they should eventually pop out)
(Put a dab of vasoline on the pegs before you stick them back in, this makes future entries easier)
3. Twist each lamp base 1/4 turn CCW and the lamp base/holder will come right out of the Taillight assy.
4. While grasping the bulb, Pull straight out from the base..Insert new Bulb. (Spray a little lubricating contact cleaner in the socket and on the bulb base, before you put the new bulb in.)
5. Add a little vinly/rubber spray protectant to the rubber gasket on the base.
6. Re-install Lamp and base into Taillight assy using a 1/4 turn CW twist of your wrist
7. Align the pegs on the Back of the Taillight assembly with the mating holes on the body.
8. Gently, but firmly smack the Taillight assy with the heel of your hand,to seat the pegs.
9. Re-install and tighten the two screws and go wipe off the finger prints and smudges from Taillight assy lens.
If the sink was installed right ...then they used 100% silicone. The only way to get them apart is by carefully prying them apart. If the screw is steel you might try a small magnet on a string or a telescoping magnet.
Hope this Helps,
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I'd start by looking at the mounting bases.
First tighten the scope ring screws to 25 inch pounds, then loosen and remove the rings from the base(s) while still attached to the scope.
Back out the base screws one at a time, apply low strength thread locking compound and tighten each to 25 inch pounds.
Remount the rings/scope to the bases tightening till snug but not overly tight and sight-in the rifle.
Hope this helps, Mark the Gunsmith
There are two small screws that the monitor cable would screw into, these have to be removed (7mm i believe) to be able to remove the base.
The optical drive will typically pull out of the side after a screw has been removed and latch has been opened. I wouldn't go as far as removing the entire base.
Wow, You could take a hammer and a long screw driver and firmly yet gently try to tap it loose. The electrical "bit is probably an oil pressure sensor or somthing to that effect and will obviously have to be replaced.
Worse comes to worse, take your vehicle to a machine shop, they have tricks and specialized tools and could probably get that off for you with minimal damage.
Lesson learned here? Don't overtighen your oil filter, just snug is all it takes. If Jiffy Lube or somebody was that last to change it, call the manager and bill them for whatever repairs you need.