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Plastic holders of guard and cutter blades are worn and will not clip in

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I hade the same problem and i repleced it with new one

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Lasko table fan model 4916 , I would like to know how to take it apart to clean it.


Kevin-
LASKO's typically have latches or clips that hold the front fan guard to the back fan guard.
Flip latches or carefully remove the plastic clips. This will reveal the 'nut' that secures the fan 'blade assembly'. Note, the nut has 'lefthand' thread so to remove it, turn it clockwise to remove.
The fan blade assembly can be pulled / wiggled free.
The fan blade assembly can be washed with water / wiped with a cloth.
Another nut (righthand thread) secures the back half of the fan guard, remove it and remove the guard.
That should do it.

Dec 18, 2014 | Dryers

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Replace Turn Signal Bulb


If you look straight up inside the bumper you will see the plug that holds the bulb just twist and it will come out.

  1. Open the hood and remove the plastic clips that hold the front plastic splash guard in place. This is done by pushing on the center of the plastic buttons to depress them slightly. The button (clip) can then be removed. For the buttons (clips) with the philips head center, lift the philips head center until you hear a click and then remove the whole clip.
  2. Remove the plastic splash guard.
  3. Remove the three 10mm bolts that hold the lens assembly to the fender.
  4. On the fender side of the lamp assembly there is a plastic clip that is inserted in a small flange which is part of the fender. Use a flat screwdriver to put pressure on the back of the post that protrudes through this clip. This post, that is part of the lamp assembly, helps to hold the assemble in the correct position. Once that post is free of the clip the lens assembly can easily be removed.
  5. Un-clip the wires to the main headlights and the the parking/turn signal lamp and remove the lens assembly from the vehicle.
  6. In the case of a fast blinking turn signal, remove the turn signal bulb, test to be sure it is good, and clean the contacts of the blub, bulb holder, and the printed circuit strip on the lamp assembly.
  7. Reassemble everything and test.
  8. Replace the lamp assemble in the fender and secure the splash guard with the clips.
  9. This should be about a 1/2 hour job.

on Mar 17, 2010 | Lexus ES 300 Cars & Trucks

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What is a paper cutter?


A paper cutter is meant to cut large pieces of paper in a perfectly straight way. The tool is about 30 cm large on each side. It will have a grid drawn on the surface or a ruler along the top. On the right is a blade and it is attached to one corner. The blade lifts up to cut straight edges wherever you wish to cut. There is also a finger guard as a protective feature.

Jan 17, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Sabre saw- craftsman - 17256 - change blades


This saw uses a tool-free blade change. 1. Unplug the jigsaw 2. Place your finger on the lower edge of the see through blade guard, and pull it forward until it locks up in place 3. Lift the tool-free blade change holder (bright yellow piece above the blade), and insert the blade into the slot of the tool-free blade change holder. 4. Release the tool-free blade change holder to lock the blade in place. 5. Pull down on the blade to verify that the blade is securely locked in place. The teeth of the blade should be pointing forward and down. 5. Put the blade guard back down.
You can use with both 'T' & 'U' shanked blades.
Feel free to ask me any other questions about this saw.

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We own a Dewalt DW735 13" planer. Have lost or misplaced the owner's manual. We need to reverse the knives for the first time, and do not know how to do it.


Unplug the machine then crank open the head up as far as it will go. Underneath, in the middle of the head you'll find two feed rollers and a cutter head with the blades on it. Even dull the blades are very sharp so work carefully. Each blade is held in place by a blade holder and eight allen screws. Remove all eight allen screws and the holder and blade will fall out. If they have excessive sawdust or tree goo on them they may need a bump from the plastic end of a screw driver to knock them loose. Keep track of how they come off so you can put them back on the same way only with the blade turned around. The top of the blade holder will fit into a channel in the blade so they'll all go back in lined up correctly. Turn the cutter head carefully to get at the other blade(s) to change them.

Nov 15, 2010 | Garden

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Locked in blade


My old Cuisinart has this problem because the motor shaft and the corresponding socket on the cutter are worn. The shaft has jammed in the cutter. To un-jam it, stick a bar of wood behind one blade of the cutter (I use the wood handle of my dough whisk) and give it a light, sharp tap with a hammer. Check after every tap to see if it is loose, if not do it again. You want to tap against the back side of the cutter, not the cutting edge side. The socket on your cutter may be cracked, allowing it to open up and slip (and jam) under the stress of cutting. You'll probably need a new one. If the motor shaft is also worn, that can also be replaced. The new part is about $10. I got a few more months of life from my cutter by reinforcing the inner socket with a thin plastic tube from the barrel of a syringe.

May 15, 2010 | Cuisinart DLC-5 Food Processor

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Took blades off to clean and oil unit and can't get the unit back together.


First when you remove the clipper blade did you notice a plastic part 1" long color gray, if you have lose this part your clipper blade not work. This is call a blade guide. Clipper blade installation, Place Plastic guide on spring,2 place cutter blade on guide,(this is the smaller blade) now hold cutter blade with two fingers now place comb blade on top of cutter blade (this is the bigger blade) replace screws while holding blades in place.

Mar 21, 2010 | Oster 76974-160 Hair Trimmer

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I was cleaning my bobbin case and the cutter and blade came off. Can you send me a picture so I can put it back together?


I don't think I have a picture but let me see if I can describe it to you.

The metal cutter has a black plastic piece. The blade fits in the black plastic with the longest point on top. The black plastic piece slides back onto the metal cutter, riding on the ridge. Fit the metal cutter back on the unit, being sure to align the "stubs" in the holes of the black pieces attached to the cog wheel. Make sure the "stub" of the black plastic piece with the blade fits in the parallel groove so that only the metal piece moves out and brings the thread to the blade when the cutter is activiated.

If you are still unable to fix, make a comment back and I'll go take pictures of my machine's cutter system.

Good luck.

Sep 03, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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How do I get my cool operator fan apart to clean the darned thing


hi! there,
well! no brand and model,anyway the guard fan has a quick clip lockaround the fan blade,be sure to unplug your electric fan before doing this, unlock clip lock then the fan has a quick handy lock knob at the center of the fan observed loosening knob there is direction arrow in loosening this if i'm wrong going counter clockwise,or take the direction indicated marked on top of knob.
pull out the blade and have it clean if this is a plastic or aluminum clean it with water and spounge/cleanser,avoid to distorsion on fan blade if happen this will wiggle when run again be carefull and on the second guard fan still connected to your electric fan,there is plastic lock nut release and pull out the 2nd fan guard,try to clean this with water and cleanser,the motor assembly with control and stand just wipe it out ,don't try to get wet specially the motor,let all dried up before reassemble.reverse the process to eassembly

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