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Kenwood es547 - how do you remove the steam lever assembly? so that you can remove the outer casing

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SOURCE: coffee machine kenwood model es547 ligts come on

Try unplugging it for several iuets in an attempt to re-set it..

If not - could be that the heating eliment failed.

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I am trying to repair the machine and I could not remove the steam lever from the casing. Can anyone tell me how to remove the steam lever from the machine?? Your help is greatly...


It is possible but not easy. step 1: pull the lever along its rotation axis. I suggest to do so by inserting two blades between the lever hub and the shiny ring that connects it to the machine body. Twist the blades to slide the lever out (be careful no to hurt yourself). step 2: unscrew the front panel and use spanners to unscrew the (copper-colored) steam lever axis from the (silver-coloured) boiler tank.
Ask yourself if you really need to remove the steam lever. If it is just the water flow that is blocked, try unscrewing the exit filter first and descaling it, because it is hard to remove the steam lever without breaking the machine (it happened to me: I damaged the coil).

Sep 22, 2011 | Ariete Cafe Retro Espresso Machine

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I am trying to remove outer housing around front chain and clutch housing,to get to forward shift lever to replace it. do i need a pulley puller for the front chain sprocket.all this on a 1993 hd fxr


I think you are calling the lever you want by the wrong name. shift lever is on the outside of primary and there is no need to remove the covers. there is a bolt on shifter-remove it and slide lever of but mark position for installation. Fran [mechanic] if you are talking about rod on trans that goes thru both cases then you will need a puller for the clutch hub assembly. Fran

Jul 08, 2011 | 1993 Harley Davidson FXR Super Glide

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Can't disengage clutch, plates are not stuck together lever ect is working


Has the clutch been assembled correctly, does the centre basket spin inside the outer when plates are removed?
Correct location of spacers and washers ensures it functions correctly,
When assembled before replacing the case and the clutch lever pulled in all the way, you will be able to turn the centre if it is disengageing, unfortunatly you dont say what bike this is, paul

Apr 30, 2011 | Honda CB 750F2 Seven Fifty Motorcycles

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07 BMW 750I HOW TO REMOVE OUTER DOOR HANDLE


To remove the outer handle, open the door and while looking at the edge of the door with it open, you should be looking at the side that the door latch lever is on, look near the top area and you should see a small black plastic oval piece. Remove that piece. Take a flash light and look inside the hole. There will be a brass lever inside with a small hole. Use a pick and insert in the brass slide. If you either push or pull the lever to or away, it will release the outer handle assembly. The assembly levers upwards when removing.

May 18, 2010 | 2007 BMW 750Li Sedan

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The 4 wheel drive shifter is broken. How does the linkage to the transfer case come apart?


Shift Lever NOTE: Remove the shift ball only if the shift ball, boot or lever (7E067) is being replaced.
Removal
  1. Raise vehicle on hoist and position suitable safety stands under vehicle.
  1. Prior to removing the control lever assembly (7E069), be sure the shifter is in the 2H position.
  1. Loosen (do not remove) the nut retaining the shift handle (7E067) to the control lever assembly (7E069). Remove the shift handle (7E067) from the control lever assembly (7E069).
  1. Remove the vent hose (7D494) from the notch in the detent plate.
  1. Remove the control rod (7A315) from the control lever assembly (7E069). ani_caut.gif CAUTION: When removing the control rod (7A315) off the control lever assembly (7E069), do so very gently so as not to damage the control lever assembly.
  1. Loosen (do not remove) the large pivot bolt holding the control lever assembly (7E069) to the detent plate.
  1. Swing the control lever assembly (7E069) out of the way and remove the two bolts (39129-S2) retaining the detent plate to the transmission extension housing. Remove the entire control lever assembly from the vehicle.
Installation
  1. Prior to installing the control lever assembly, be sure the transfer case link (7B106) is in the 2H position (pointing upward).
  1. Install the two bolts (39129-S2) to retain the control lever assembly (7E069) to the transmission extension housing and tighten to 92-125 Nm (68-92 ft-lb). Refer to the following illustration for bolt hole application.
  1. Attach the control rod (7A315) to the control lever assembly (7E069).
  1. Tighten the large pivot bolt to 92-125 Nm (68-92 ft-lb).
  1. Attach the vent hose (7D494) into the notch in the detent plate so the white mark is flush to the outside surface of the plate.
  1. Install the shift handle (7E067) into the control lever assembly (7E069). Tighten the retaining nut to 27-38 Nm (20-28 ft-lb).
  1. Check transfer case for proper shifting and operation.

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Feb 27, 2010 | 1992 Ford F250

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My 98 yz125 i cant get the clutch pin and the pin in the carriage basket to line up the pin comining out moves all over is it suppose to do that?


Here is a diagram of the parts of the clutch. For ease of explanation, I am going to refer to the reference numbers in the picture so you will know which component I am talking about.
http://216.37.204.203/Yamaha_OEM/YamahaDB.asp?Type=13&A=206&B=14

Now, the rod.push 1, reference #11 is supposed to float and have free play when installed under the pressure plate, #8. The key to getting the outer clutch cover installed is to point the teeth of the rod, push1 forward. Also, remove the push lever assembly #24 from the shaft before installing the cover. Once you engage the teeth of #11 to the teeth on #19, the axle, push lever, you rotate #19 to "pull the outer cover onto the clutch inner cover. At that point, install the screws to hold that cover on. Now, you want to twist #19 counter clock wise and install the push lever assembly in the correct position. Ultimately that correct position is where the push lever assembly and the clutch cable make a 90 degree angle. There should be a casting index on the case as well to show exactly where the push lever should be located. Just remember that when the cable is attached to the push lever, the cable and the push lever from a right angle.

Sep 25, 2009 | 2003 Yamaha YZ 125

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Coffee machine kenwood model es547 ligts come on but water will not heat up


Try unplugging it for several iuets in an attempt to re-set it..

If not - could be that the heating eliment failed.

Jul 11, 2009 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Kenwood ES547 Cofee Machine


Kenwood Cafe Retro - ES547 : disassembly instructions:

I've just taken my machine apart - it took a little force & ignorance :-) - I found this URL with loads of useful photos etc, thought it might help

http://www.kenwoodservice.co.uk/product-files-kar/espresso_makers.htm


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