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I'd like to know how to disconnect the stand from this model monitor, it's shows u how to put it in place but not how to remove it i even checked on the cd and it's not there either. Does anyone know how to take the stand back off without breaking the stupid thing. THanks.
Is it still under warranty, or does your store or credit card carry/extend the warranty?
See if the manufacturer has parts.
What diameter, inside and outside? Might a patio umbrella stand work? I often see those at the curb on trash day - if the metal scrappers don't get them first!
I'm still not sure how it would have broken in two. Most aluminum bends and might get kinked, but not break on its own.
When you are going to leave any vehicle sitting or standing for extended periods of time you should always drain the gas, as gas gets very funky over time. Although this may not be the problem. If you just bought the bike and it hasnt run since you bought it, I would have a mechanic look at both the engine and all of the electrical work.
A very common problem is that the tip of the drive shaft breaks off. If it cuts with the pole retracted and won't cut with it extended, than the drive shaft is pulling out at the clutch end or at the head. Try loosening the screws where the pole goes into the cutting head, stand the unit straight up and twist the cutting head to see if it drops down even just a little bit. After trying that, loosen the screws where the pole goes into the engine assembly and twist it there also. If this doesn't work, remove the pole at the engine end and pull the drive shaft out to inspect the ends of the shaft. Good Luck. George
Same problem, The small plastic tab that extends into the slot to keep the battery compartment door broke off. I can't locate a source for replacement part. I disassembled the slide and reversed it, breaking off the little tip that fit into spring, and it sort of works, but a new plastic slide would be much better.