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There are 2 washers a small and a larger one a spring and a bolt for the filter clamp assembly how do they fit together does the washer go on either side of the spring and which one the larger one or the smaller one is at the head of the bolt?

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There should be a washer on either side of the bolt assembley.
http://www.pentairpool.com/pdfs/CleanandClearPlusOM.pdf

The above link has the parts diagram, and a close-up of the assembley.

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No Assembly page in manual. Where does washer and spring washer go in nut and bolt assembly? Thx


The spring washer goes between the nut and the flat washer, so the sequence of assembly would be:
1) slide flat washer on bolt
2) slide spring washer on
3) thread nut on.

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Best way to take it off


Acura Coupes and Sedans 1986-1993 Repair Guide
Fuel Filter

Print
The recommended change interval for the fuel filter on all models is 60,000 miles under normal service. Severe service will require more frequent changing of the fuel filter.
The filter is located in the passengers side of the engine compartment.

CAUTION Before disconnecting any fuel lines, be sure to open the gas tank filler cap to relieve any pressure in the system and wrap a shop towel around the fuel line fitting before opening. Observe all fuel handling precautions.


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

See Figures 1, 2 and 3

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Wrap a shop towel around the fittings and using a proper wrench, slowly loosen the fuel line fittings.
  3. Remove the 2 banjo bolts from the fuel lines.
  4. Remove the fuel filter clamp retaining bolt and the clamp.
  5. Remove the filter from the vehicle.

It is very important that ALL of the fuel line banjo bolt washers be replaced every time the banjo bolts are loosened. If the washers are not replaced the fuel lines will leak pressurized fuel causing the risk of fire or explosion.
  1. Install the new filter in position and tighten the clamp mounting bolt to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm).
  2. Attach the banjo fittings with new washers in place. On Legend and Vigor, tighten the fuel line flare connector to 28 ft. lbs. (38 Nm). On the remaining models, tighten the banjo fitting bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm).
  3. Start the vehicle and check for leaks.



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Fig. Fig. 1: Disconnecting the fuel lines from the fuel filter


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Fig. Fig. 2: Fuel filter replacement-1991-93 Integra


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Fig. Fig. 3: Fuel filter replacement-Legend and Vigor

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I just purchased this Hoover Steam Vac and am putting it together. The screws that attach the top piece to the bottom piece have washers that are stuck part way on the screws. Now I can't attach the...


I have assembled many of these machines, and have never seen any washers. There should be a small plastic bag containing two long bolts, two nuts, and a small self tapping screw. The bolts go through the handle assembly from the front, and the nuts fit into the upper hose holder from the rear ( you will see two hexagonal holes for them). The small screw holds the lower hose holder to the lower rear of the machine.

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Where is the oil filter on my bike?


Okay.... at the frront of engine...look between the exhaust pipes...you'll see a finned cover with bolt on end of it. Your filter is inside the cover. Remove bolt and the bolt, cover, and filter will come off as an assembly. Remove old filter from the bolt.
starting with the filter bolt with its small o ring through the cover...
place the spring on next
then the thin flat washer ******
then rotate the filter element onto the bolt working its way down to the spring (do not try PUSHING the element on as it will tend to dislodge the end seals of the element, causing filter bypass)
oil the large o ring and place in the cover groove (I use a dab or two of grease to hold in place)
install the cover /bolt assembly with the two square corners up.

**** your flat washer might be missing, as they tend to get lost in drain pans over the years...the flat washer protects the sharp end of the spring from damaging the element end seal

Mar 31, 2011 | 1981 Yamaha XS 400 Special

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I have yamaha 750 seca removed oil filter a few days ago to get new one and dont remember which way to install the new one can u help?


Okay, with the removable filter element that I believe you have (used on many models of that era)

starting with the filter bolt with its small o ring through the cover...
place the spring on next
then the thin flat washer ******
then rotate the filter element onto the bolt working its way down to the spring (do not try PUSHING the element on as it will tend to dislodge the end seals of the element, causing filter bypass)
oil the large o ring and place in the cover groove (I use a dab or two of grease to hold in place)
install the cover /bolt assembly with the two square corners up.

**** your flat washer might be missing, as they tend to get lost in drain pans over the years...the flat washer protects the sharp end of the spring from damaging the element end seal.

Mar 21, 2011 | 1982 Yamaha XJ 650

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A sheet in the washer got tangled in the rubber door assembly and pulled the rubber away from the housing. The rubber is still attatched to the main body, but right by the drum the rubber and the metal...


To get the clamp back on you'll need to fit the rubber part on first. Then begin working the wire part of the spring clamp back on, starting 180 degrees away from the spring. As you work it back on and into the groove, it will become harder to get on. When you can't go further, carefully lever the wire and spring over the lip and into place with a small screwdriver, or similar, being careful not to pinch or tear the rubber bellows.
Best regards,

--W/D--

Jan 21, 2011 | GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer

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I opened it one day and there was a large wire ring inside - this ring obviously as something to do with the gasket, as the washer leaks like a sieve unless I painstakingly fit it inside the outer rim of...


If you are referring to a wire hoop with a small spring at one end, this is called the outer bellow clamp. This clamp holds the door bellow (gray rubber seal in place) around the perimeter of the door opening. If the spring is missing or worn, you need to replace it. The part number is 8182211 and costs about $5. You can purchase parts at any of the following websites:

searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com
repairclinic.com

The first three sites have illustrated parts listings to show you how the washer is assembled. If you need guidance on how to reinsert the bellow clamp, skip down to step 12 in the following link:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r3574186-installing_a_door_bellow_on_a_front_load

Make sure the door bellow is fitting properly all the way around the door frame opening. Then insert the clamp in the groove where the rubber fits over the frame. If you're installing it correctly, the clamp will not be visible when you're done. Also, if installed correctly, you should NOT have to reinstall the clamp everytime you do laundry. These clamps usually fit very tight. What can contribute to them coming loose is overloading the washer and having something get caught in the bellow.

If you still need guidance, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps you.

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Have LG 1812 front load washer, it is making noise when water tries to drain out, we were able to drain the hose but unable to remove the drain pump filter-just spins


Unscrew the drain pump filter counterclockwise to remove it from the pump assembly. If it cannot be removed, you need to replace the pump casing (part #3108ER1001B) and the pump filter (part #383EER2001A).

Disconnect power to the washer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock.

Remove the two screws at the rear of the top panel attaching it to the cabinet. Slide the panel rearward then lift it off the washer.

Disconnect the control panel wiring harness from the main board assembly. Pull the dispenser drawer out until it stops then press the locking tab and pull the drawer out completely.

Remove the two screws from the drawer opening then lift the left side of the console and pull it off the cabinet.

Remove the three screws from the upper part of the front panel and the screw from the filter cover.

Insert a putty knife blade or similar flat tool in both sides of the filter cover then pull it out of the cabinet. Remove the screw from the lower side of the front panel.

Open the washer door and remove the wire and spring holding the door gasket to the outer lip of the door opening. Stretch the spring with a pair of needle-nose pliers to clear the wire off the lip of the door opening then remove the wire and spring assembly.

Peel off the door gasket into the drum then tilt the front panel and disconnect the door switch wiring harness from the door switch terminals. Lift the front panel and remove it from the cabinet.

Compress the spring clamps holding the pump inlet and outlet hoses then move the clamps away from the pump casing.

Remove the two screws securing the pump to the base of the washer. Press down the tab at the back of the pump assembly and push the assembly into the washer then lift the pump assembly up and out of the washer. Remove the hoses from the pump assembly.

Unscrew the pump from the casing and inspect the impeller for any damage. Rotate the impeller to check whether there's restriction. Replace the pump (part #4681EA2001D) if the impeller is broken or does not rotate freely.

Install the pump assembly and reassemble the washer by reversing the given disassembly steps.

Mar 20, 2010 | LG WM1812C Front Load Washer

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A coin fell into the basket and rolled into the gap at the edge of the wash plate. I took the plate out but the coin was not there. It must have fallen into the larger slots beneath the wash plates. If I...


The coin will not drain out nor be fed back into the tub by the recirculation pump but it will block the filter or eventually block the impeller of the drain pump and break it. You'll then experience a draining problem and need to replace the drain pump.

What you have to do is remove the basket to get the coin out then take the opportunity to clean the filter vanes. The coin is most probably still in the filter.

Tape the lid to the top of the washer then disconnect power to the washer.

The top of the washer is held to the front of the cabinet by two locks located about six-and-a-half inches away from the outer edges of the washer. Use a putty knife blade or similar tool to press and unlock the top locks.

Insert the blade of a putty knife into the seam between the top of the washer and the cabinet at the given distance from the outer edges of the washer. Press the locks then lift the top of the washer.

Remove the impeller (wash plate) cap by inserting the blade of a flat-bladed screwdriver or similar tool into the slot in the impeller cap, and then pry the cap off.

Remove the 7/16" hex-head bolt from the impeller (wash plate), then lift and remove the impeller from the basket.

Pull the recirculation hose off the tub ring by compressing the spring clamp holding it in place. Remove the tub ring by prying and unsnapping its tabs from the tub.

Lift the basket out of the washer to access and clean the filter. Remove the two screws holding the filter to the tub. Take the filter off and clean it.

Reinstall the filter, the basket, and the wash plate. Secure the wash plate with the 7/16" hex-head bolt then snap the impeller cap in.

Put the tub ring in place aligning the tabs then snap the tabs back into position. Reinsert the recirculation hose into the tub ring and secure it with the spring clamp. Push and lock down the top of the washer to the cabinet.


In case the coin is no longer in the tub or in the filter, turn off the water supply to the washer. Disconnect the fill hoses from the rear the washer and remove the end of the drain hose from the laundry tub or stand pipe.

Place padding or cushion on the floor fronting the washer, and then carefully lay the washer on its front panel to access the drain pump at the bottom of the washer.

With the washer facing down and you facing its bottom, the drain pump is on the left while on the right is the recirculation pump. You can actually see the drain hose connected to the drain pump.

Using a pair of pliers, compress the spring clamps holding the drain pump inlet and outlet hoses. Move the clamps away from the pump then remove the hoses.

Remove the three 5/16" hex-head drain pump mounting screws. Open the wire cover on the pump then disconnect the wires from the terminals of the pump, and then remove the pump from the washer.

Check the pump impeller for any debris and clean it. Reinstall the pump after cleaning and secure it with the three 5/16" mounting screws. Reinsert the inlet and outlet hoses then secure it with the spring clamps. Make sure the tab on the outlet hose connector fits into the slot in the outlet hose.

Reconnect the wires to the pump terminals then close the wire cover.

Mar 10, 2010 | Whirlpool WTW6400SW Cabrio Washer

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Basic service


Here are detailed instructions on the location, removal, and re-installation of your fuel filter. Hope it helps and have a great day!

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Carbureted Engines
These vehicles use two replaceable fuel filters. A small one is in the fuel line under the hood; a larger one is located at the rear, just inboard of the left rear wheel.
Whenever the filter(s) are replaced, take great care to avoid the entry of dirt into the lines. Also, pay attention to the correct installation position. It is possible to install the filter backwards.
FRONT
See Figure 2
  1. If applicable, disengage the filter or hose from its retaining clip.
  2. Using two fuel line clamps, pinch off both fuel lines. Take care not to crush the lines; just clamp them shut.
If the fuel hoses are hard or cracked, it is necessary to replace them.
0900c1528005f267.jpgFig. 2: Front fuel filter used on carbureted engines
  1. Loosen the fuel line clamps and slide them back.
  2. Using a twisting motion, remove the fuel lines from the filter.
  3. To install, use a new fuel filter and reverse the removal procedures. Start the engine and check for leaks. Correct any leaks immediately.
REAR
See Figures 3, 4, 5 and 6
  1. Raise and safely support the rear of the vehicle. Remove the left rear wheel.
  2. Remove the bolts securing the filter and its basket to the fuel tank.
0900c1528005f268.jpgFig. 3: Remove the bolts securing the filter and its basket to the fuel tank ...
  1. Push the fuel filter retaining tab and release it from the basket.
0900c1528005f269.jpgFig. 4: ... then release the basket from the filter
  1. Using two fuel line clamps, pinch off both fuel lines. Take care not to crush the lines; just clamp them shut.
0900c1528005f26a.jpgFig. 5: Clamp the fuel lines shut. If the lines are hard, cracked or brittle, they must be replacedIf the fuel hoses are hard or cracked, it is necessary to replace them.
  1. Loosen the fuel line clamps and slide them back.
  2. Using a twisting motion, pull the fuel lines from the fuel filter; remove the filter.
0900c1528005f26b.jpgFig. 6: After sliding the retaining clamps back, the filter can be removed from the linesTo install:
  1. Use a new filter and reverse the removal procedures.
  2. Make certain the retaining tabs are engaged when the filter is installed in the holder. Tighten the bolts until snug.
  3. Install the left rear wheel. Lower the car to the ground.
  4. Start the engine and check for leaks. Correct any leaks immediately.
Fuel Injected Engines
See Figures 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
The canister fuel filter is located in the engine compartment. When buying the new filter, also buy new washers for the banjo bolts and the service bolt. Failure to replace these washers invites high-pressure fuel leaks. Replacing the washers is required, not recommended.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
  2. The fuel system is under pressure. Release pressure slowly and contain spillage. Observe "no smoking/no open flame" precautions. Have a Class B-C (dry powder) fire extinguisher within arm's reach at all times.
  3. Disconnect the banjo bolts and/or threaded fuel line fitting from the fuel filter. Use of a flare nut or line wrench is recommended for disconnecting and attaching this fitting.
0900c1528005f26c.jpgFig. 7: Fuel filter used on fuel injected Accords through 1989 0900c1528005f26d.jpgFig. 8: Fuel filter on 1990-93 fuel injected Accords 0900c1528005f26e.jpgFig. 9: Fuel filter used on fuel injected Preludes through 1991
  1. Loosen the fuel filter clamp bolt, then remove the filter.
To install:
  1. Install the new filter and secure the clamp bolt.
  2. The upper and lower washers on each banjo bolt and the washer on the service bolt MUST be replaced whenever the bolts are loosened. Install the washers and banjo bolts. Tighten the banjo bolts to 16 ft. lbs. (22 Nm) on all models except 1992-95 Preludes. On these models, tighten the bolt to 20 ft. lbs. (28 Nm). If applicable, tighten the threaded fuel line fitting to 27 ft. lbs. (37 Nm).
0900c1528005f26f.jpgFig. 10: Fuel filter used on 1992-95 Preludes 0900c1528005f270.jpgFig. 11: Fuel filter used on 1994-95 4-cylinder AccordsIt will be necessary to use a crow's foot attachment on a torque wrench to properly tighten the threaded fuel line fitting.
  1. Tighten the service bolt to 9 ft. lbs. (12 Nm).
  2. Start the engine and check for leaks. The engine may crank longer than normal until full fuel pressure is developed. Correct any leaks immediately.
0900c1528005f271.jpgFig. 12: V-6 Accord fuel filter

Nov 23, 2008 | 1985 Honda Accord

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