How do you unlock the wheels on the fridge to allow the fridge to be mobile. When the fridge was placed in it's position the technician was able to roll the fridge into place. I am wondering how to make that happen again if possible.
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Re: How to move the fridge
The wheels are probably OK, the tech likely lowered the leveling feet in the front to keep it from rolling by accident. Turn the little level legs (the screw up into the fridge) until the weight is back on the roller wheels, then you should be able to move it. A pair of "channel lock" pliers on the rubber feet work the best depending on how much weight is on them.
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I recommend moving the thermostat to the exact center position, unplug, then plug in the refrigerator. Wait 24 hours for the fridge thermostat to reset and to thaw automatically. Then, I recommend a fridge thermometer, available at most grocers or kitchen supply stores. If you can't find one, use a digital thermometer with a probe. Place the thermometer hanging from the center of the center shelf. Keep the refrigerator temperature at or below 40° F (4° C). The freezer temperature should be 0° F (-18° C). Allow 24 hours for any thermostat changes.
oil leaks during use indicate a loose bearing adjustment allowing the oil to move past the seal lip when rotating
I would be checking wheel bearing condition and adjustment, oil level in that section and wear groove for where the oil seal lip runs
reasoning is , when the wheel is stationary the oil is not being splashed around and will settle in the lowest places
when moving , if the seal housing is allowed to move separate to the axle position ( wobble , up down sideways etc) then small gaps appear between the seal lip and what it runs on and so oil is allowed to escape
if it is a drive shaft to the rear wheel check the output shaft to the wheel for movement ( bad bearings , adjustment/ preload ) or anything that will not keep the shaft in the center of the seal
5 flash code is the electro magnetic Brake. This is referring to the brake on the motor that can be released by the freewheel lever.
1. place the freewheel lever into the free wheel position. Ensure the scooter is in free wheel and move the scooter forwards and backwards a few times.
2. Place the freewheel lever in drive position, push on scooter to ensure it is in drive and does not move. Turn on key and press the throttle. If you have the same code again, call a technician to check the brake, chances are it needs replaced.
Engage the freewheel lever - allows you to operate the mobility equipment with the standard controls. Disengage the freewheel lever - This unlocks the unit and allows the wheels to spin freely. You can easy push the equipment without power. This is especially helpful if you run out of battery power and need assistance.
The freewheel lever is in the neutral position (which allows you to move the scooter around by pushing it. Turn the key switch off then move the lever to the drive position , turn it back on and it should run fine. The freewheel lever is sticking up through the plastic cowl. It is located under the seat on the right hand side near the rear of the sccooter
Sometimes you can't turn the key to unlock the steering wheel. This is caused sometimes by the steering being in acertain position that places pressure on the mechanism and it locks up. Try turning the steering wheel in the direction that it is already turned toward if this is the case. If not try moving the wheel in the direction it seems has more play while trying to turn the ignition switch.
CAUTIONDo not attempt any service on the steering wheel, column or
instrument panel on Buick and Oldsmobile models equipped with an air
bag. Service on these models should only be performed by a professional
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Turn the steering wheel so the vehicle's wheels are in the straight ahead position. Turn the key to the LOCK position.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the column to instrument panel trim plates and attaching nuts.
Lower the column and disconnect the shift indicator cable.
Disconnect the ignition and dimmer switch connectors.
Remove the switch attaching screws and remove the switch.
Move the actuator rod hole in the switch to the lock position.
Install the switch with the rod in the hole. Adjust the switch as follows:
Models to 1988- Move the switch slider to the extreme left ACC
position, then move the slider 2 detents to the right to the OFF-UNLOCK
1989 and 1990 - Place a
in. drill bit in the hole on the switch to lock the switch into
position. Move the switch slider to the extreme left position then move
the slider 1 detent to the left LOCK position.
Position and reassemble the steering column in reverse of the disassembly procedure.
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