All front screws came off, where can i buy replacements!?
Hy...well my problem is all off the sudden all the screws from the front face plate came off and i couldnt find them,,, so i took 2 out off the back face plate and scres them to the front.. but them they came off... so now i cant take any more off from the back cause there only 2 screws left holding it together,... so where can i buy those itty ***** screws? what are they called.. i contacted kodak and they dint have any idea of the screws... so can you help me??? please
My wife has the same camera, I have replaced them before. I ordered them from Kodak. Give them a call. It has been a year, but I need to replace them again. you can order the whole set. I had extras, but I cant seem to find them.
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On the front of the machine on both sides the dispensing handle there are large thumb screws (I believe 2 on your unit). Empty the product from the machine then turn the thumb screws to the left to take them off. The screws hold the face plate on the front of your machine. You will then be able to remove the face plate from the front of the unit. The beater will be in the freezing cylinder behind the face plate. You will be able to just pull it out.
Most likely, its a power supply issue. Have fixed a couple of these by replacing bad capacitors on the power supply board. A bad capacitor will have the top bulging, not flat on top as it should be. The way to get the monitor apart is a little tricky. You will need to remove the screws around the top, sides, and bottom, Do Not remove screws on back in the middle. These screws hold the metallic pan that houses the power supply it's self. I used an orange pealer from Tupperware to pray the front face plate away from the back. You can use a screwdriver, if you don't mind a little marring on the face plate plastic. It's not easy removing the front face piece, lots of interconnecting plastic locks all.around the front face plate. Using your pry tool and pulling (you'll need to use a little muscle) to get the front off. Once face plate is loose, you'll notice the screen is connected to the power supply, one in the middle usually can be pulled and disconnected using your hand. I suggest taking pictures before removing the other wires holding the screen to the power supply. At this point, the front plate is removed, and the screws holding the the screen have been removed, wires disconnected, and power supply in view. Best of luck
Hi, You will need to remove the front face plate. There are 4 phillips head screws holding the face plate on - one in each corner. Remove the screws wth a #2 phillps head screw driver. Once the face plate is removed you will have access to the orange pilot assembly wire. Simple plug the orange wire into the igniter on the face plate. Bolt the face plate back in place.
With your gas supply off - turn your rotary ignter and make sure there is a spark present at the pilot assembly.
Pull the plastic screw on each side of the drawer with a nose plier. This will loosen the front cover and allow you to lift the top plate along with the handle. Replace the handle and put back the front plate and the front cover. Finally put the 2 screws back.
If you are talking about the bottom front face plate that covers the filter, there are 3 screws on the bottom front. They are painted white (my washer is white) and hard to see. It takes a phillips screwdriver to get them off.
here are the step by step instructions from the owners manual for your machine.
Disconnect cleaner from electrical outlet.
WARNING: Agitator brush roll can start suddenly. Unplug cleaner before turning it over. Replacing Flat Belt Place handle in low position and turn cleaner over so bottom side is facing up. Remove the 6 screws as shown with a Phillips screwdriver. Lift off bottom plate.
Replace belt if it is stretched, cut or broken. To check the flat belt. Removing Bottom Plate Removing Belt Positioning Belt Remove used belt from large pulley and discard. Reposition bottom plate and 6 Phillips head screws. Tighten screws securely. Insert agitator brush roll through belt and position belt in groove (A) on agitator brush roll.
The V-belt is designed to last for a long time and
is not normally replaced. However, if the V-belt is
cracked, gouged or broken, it should be replaced.
Slide flat belt off large pulley.
To remove V-belt, slide back of belt over pulley (A).
Then firmly pull on belt and “snap” it out.
Discard used belt.
To install new belt (with lettering on outside of
belt), slide back of belt over pulley and pull front of
belt toward groove next to pulley. Belt will “pop” into place.
Flat Belt: What to Buy
Use only genuine HOOVER belts with your
cleaner. When purchasing a new belt, ask for
Flat belt - HOOVER part No. 40201-271.
V-Belt: What to Buy
Use only genuine HOOVER belts with your cleaner. When purchasing a
new belt, ask for V belt - HOOVER part No. 40201-200.
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yes. there aretorque screws around the inside frame remoive them and the 2 pieces will seperate. you can replace it then. be carefull if you remove the screws from the hinge the whole door will fall off. only six or so screws need to be removed
It could just be a plastic clip that broke.Most of the car stereo's ive taken apart only have a thin ribbon of wires that run into the contacts that your face plate connects to.If you actually took screws out of the faceplate then id put them back in and put it back into your stereo and see if it illuminates properly,if it does not then id search on E-BAY or contact pioneer and buy a replacement but most the time it would be cheaper to just buy new stereo.You might want to be more specific with the area you took screws out of,the way im reading it sounds like you unscrewed the screws in the face dock, not the faceplate.Hope this helps.
1. Remove the black face screen.
2. The 4 holes on the satellite that hold the face screen on have a rubber stopper in each. Pop those out with a screw driver. There are now 4 screws to take out.
3. The front silver face plate is now only held on by glue. Take a hair drier around the edges to soften the glue, then carefully pry the front face plate off, being careful not to damage it (I pried it from the bottom so any damage wouldn't be noticed).
Note: the 3 screws on the bottom have nothing to do with removing the face plate.