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if the base does not have a "modern mount" set of holes in it's back then getting it go on wall is gonna be a chore , one simple trick idea that I did with one in my shop . was to obtain a simple small shelf bracket at the hardware store and mount that to wall and set phone base on that ! they cost about 75 cents a piece and if you mount them upside down (tabs up) the phone base blocks them from view .you cant even see them , a few dots of silicone caulk on them before you set phone base down there and when it dries , im sure your never gonna have a problem with it falling off , now what to do with the wires running down the wall ?????
I think you have something in the flow meter. When the flow meter is restricted on the intake it doesn't turn the flow meter. The spinning turbine is what clears the lights. You will have to take the top off. Pull the plug on the machine from the outlet.
There are 2 screws #1 in the back top of the machine.
Lift the top up a little.
Push the back of the machine at the top away from the main body about 1". This disengages the grinder mount pins. These will need to be engaged when you reassemble.
The tube on the back goes to the flow meter, located under the main boiler and behind the blue steam boiler.
Pry up on the bottom of the flow meter ( white piece with the 2 tubes entering)
Pull out when it is disengaged.
Hold the flow meter in one hand and with the other hand twist the top of the flow meter counter clockwise about 30 degrees.
There will be 4 pieces. 1. The top. 2. The bottom. 3. The O-ring. 4. The turbine with the black dot pointing up.
The plug will be in the top piece on the intake tube. Pull the tube off by pulling the end of the hose on the top piece. Do not just pull the tube.
Look inside the top piece and see if there is an obstruction. Clear the obstruction and the tube of all particles, then reassemble.
The O-ring goes on the bottom piece, then the turbine with the dot up, then the top and push down and twist the top clockwise so the outlet tubes are opposite the 2 legs in the back.
Slip the flow meter back into the machine under the main boiler.
Set the back (black back) up against the back of the body.
Lift the grinder mount (black mount) up a little and pull out on the back until the pins pop into the grinder mount.
Replace the top back onto the machine. Sometimes you have to wiggle the knobs a little to get it to fall into place.
The back part of the top should be flush with the back. To replace the screws you need to push in on the sides to align the holes. I turn the screws backwards first to align the screw holes. Then tighten.
Now plug in your machine. Replace the water tank. Turn machine on. Open knob for water.
Light should clear and machine should heat up.
What causes this problem is removing the water tank and then working with the beans. To prevent this from happening is when working on the water system, keep the lid on the beans, and when working on the beans, keep the water tank on the machine and covered.
you should replace 3 parts in diagram,these are the upper spray are,the bearing,and the holding screw the #s are AP3191593/AP3794248/AP3425295 they coincide with the above parts and are all G.E. part numbers
Look in the cabinet above the microwave. You should see a vent if it is vented outside. You will need to remove the vent. Then look in the same area to find two screws that will need to be removed. Disconnect the power cord and have someone hold the bottom of the unit and remove the screws. It will fall at this point so hold it good. With the screws out and vent removed you will be able to let the front of the microwave down a little. This will allow you to now lift the back to release it from the channel hook in rear. Then you will see the mount plate on the wall. It should have screws securing it to the wall on stud locations. remove these screws and remove the wall plate. Hope this helps. Good luck.
I had to solve my own problem by finding someone who had the same phone and didn't need this wall mount part. It seems odd that one wouldn't be able to find some type of universal wall mount that could be purchased. You also cannot return the phone to get a refund after 7 days - so when you give someone a gift for Christmas that has a part missing, and you are unable to return it within the 7 days you lose. I can't believe no one had a solution for this problem.
Some phones have a little clip on the side of the phone you have to pull out before you can slide the phone up. After pulling the brass clip out on the side of the phone. Take you hand and bump the bottom of the phone up.
1. Unplug the microwave. The plug is probably in a receptacle that is in the cabinet above the microwave, or in the wall above the shelf that is above the microwave.
2. Remove the two (or three) screws that go straight down through the bottom of the cabinet, or the shelf, into the top of the microwave. Have help in holding the microwave when you do this, as the front of the microwave will be able to fall down when the screws are removed.
3. Allow the front of the microwave to rotate down a little, then lift the back of the unit up about 1/2" to 1". At this point, the microwave will be disconnected from the mounting plate on the wall, so you can move it forward and carry it away.