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A screw that holds the shelfing up broke and a part is still inside can i drill trough that without damage to a water line? It is vertical plate screw

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Yes but be very carefull

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Flavel milano e60 how to fit new fan oven element that is riveted

That is complete RUBBISH the screws are accessible from the rear of the oven. At the back remove the screws holding the plate and you will see the element housing. Remove the two screws and the spade connections. Get someone to hold the new element in place for you and attached the screws. Fiddly job so be patient. Connect the spade connections and replace all plates front and rear. Should be the job!!! Someone hold the element in the cooker whilst someone connects at the back. Whatever you do, DON'T TAKE A DRILL TO YOUR COOKER!!

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Steps to replace thermostat on uline 2015 wc

I have a Model 2015WCS wine cooler. The thermostat control and sensor is part number 2767-1. You can find it from a number of suppliers. I called U-Line to get these instructions. They worked! I cannot stress how important it is to work carefully and slowly so you do not kink or crimp the new sensor or damage any of the refrigeration lines.
UNPLUG THE UNIT! Remove the knob and plastic front panel, and remove the back panel. Do this is a place with lots of room. Remove all of the shelves. Slightly loosen the two screws in the bottom center of the evaporator plate, inside and at the back of the storage unit. These screws secure the coiled sensing portion of the temperature sensor. Remove the screws and standoffs at the bottom of the Evaporator Plate and gently slide out the sensor. Working between the back of the unit and the back of the inside compartment, feed the coiled portion out through the hole.

Next come the HARD part. The control is mounted with two screws onto a housing within the unit. However, its removal is blocked by the mounting bracket for the button switch for the light. This button switch bracket is either riveted or spot welded onto the base of the unit. The U-Line guy told me to drill out the rivets to make room for removing the control. It's tough metal, but very possible! You will need some screws or a good pop rivet tool to re-mount the bracket when you are done. I ended up making fairly large holes and used 1/4 x 20 flat head screws.
Lay the unit on its side so you can work on the bottom side. You may wish to remove the door before doing this, or be sure the hinge in on the floor so the door will lay open. Locate where the rivets or spot welds are on the bottom outside, and drill them out to release the bracket. Take care not to drill the button switch.
After the bracket is out of the way, remove the two screws holding the Control, and feed the sensor through the back of the unit while pulling on the control. Note the path it takes for reinstalling the new one.
Now you are ready for the new part. CAREFULLY extend the sensor to its full length by gently uncoiling it. Feed it through the ho;le on the side of the housing that holds the control and then to the back of the unit. DO NOT MOUNT THE CONTROL YET. Feed the coiled end through the hole in the back of the unit. Reach inside and direct the sensor coil back into its bracket and tighten the screws. Replace the Evaporator Plate mounting screws and standoffs.
Now you are ready to mount the control in place. Using at least two screws and lock washers, secure the button switch bracket back in its original position.
Stand the unit back up and replace the back. Plug it in to verify that it is working. Replace the plastic front panel, knob, and shelves. Enjoy some wine!

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Freezer is collecting ice in the bottom and don't know where it could be coming from. Where should I start. Some say there could be a clogged drain, but I don't see a drain in the bottom. Help!

If you remove all the ice from the freezer floor, pull the bottom bin out and look at the freezer wall there should be a trough with the drain in it. If you can't see the trough you'll need to take all the shelfs out and remove the back panel from the frezer. Once you do that you'll see an aluminum evaporator coil and below that you'll be able to see the trough and the drain hole. Remove the ice from the trough, located the drain hole and using a hair dryer, hot water, or a screw driver, clear the ice from the drain. If you use a screw driver be careful not to knock a hole in the line. Once water can flow freely down the drain your done.

Nov 07, 2010 | Kenmore 57029 Side by Side Refrigerator

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The key to my 05 Lacross does not have metal in the key ring hole and the plastic broke. How do I repair? can I drill a new hole without damaging the chip?

Hi, the only part that dont have the circuit under neath is the part that has broken off the only chance you might have of finding somewhere to drill through is if you take the key apart and have a look on the inside and see if their is a small gap you can drill through.

if you just drill through without taking the case off you will never know whats under neath, now with the case off you may find a small part near the back of the key next to the part that broke off but it will only be a small area, so if you take the case off and drill a hole you will probably need one of those straps that go through a mobile phone, you know the string type that you feed through the hole on a mobile well you may be able to drill a small hole big enough to put this string through, but you wont be able to drill a hole big enough to put the metal ring through on its own.

if you can get the case off without damaging it then have a look at the back part near to the part that broke and you should find a small area to drill through, please dont drill anything without taking the key fab apart as you will drill through the circuit, its not worth guessing as damaging this could mean your car wont start.

failing that replacing the key is the only option

take the case off and have a look first just take your time and try not to break anything inside the key, if you have messed about fixing things before then you should be able to take the case off the key.

let me know if you need further assistance ok

Aug 18, 2010 | Buick LaCrosse Cars & Trucks

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How do you repair 2005 jeep liberty rear window hinge on the outside of the vechile

go to dealer buy a new hinge if screwsare broke or stripped see if dealer has a repair plate or make one your self a small plate drilled and tapped or a nut welded to a plate besure to buy new screws at dealer tackweld a peace of wire to your new plate and fish in threw the top rear brake lite you will need someone to help start screws while you hold plate and lifgate.

Feb 24, 2010 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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Tried to bleed brakes by loosening the brake lines because the bleeder screws were broke off. it doesn't seem to be bleeding them good> what to do?

Only two options...remove the wheel cylinder asd carefully drill out the bleeder screw without damaging the threads or seat, or...replace the wheel cylinder (they aren't all that expensive). Since the line enters the cylinder lower that the bleeder, it is impossible to get the air out of there unless you turn the car upside down!!! No...don't try that!!!

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Broken key in ignition

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Screw holding shelf bracket broke off, leaving much of the screw

the screw is probably a 1/4" srew. go to ace hardware or similar hardware store and tell them your problem and tell them you need a srew extractor. the one you can use in a cordless drill, it will drill and get the screw out in seconds.

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Just replaced freezer fan a couple days ago. Now water leaking into top shelf of fridge. Could drain be clogged ? Frigidaire model FRT8S6ESBG.

Frozen drain
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Ensure drain trough is at 90° angle to
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Replace divider. Check drain trough.

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