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check fuse and relay if good than possible motor ot track problem their should be a mechanical bypass that will let you close it if stuck open the following information is courtesy of monte carlo forum
To check the condition of your original sunroof guides:
Gl*** in closed position.
Locate & remove 3 torx bolts on each side of sunroof glass. Lift glass out of sunroof opening & set aside in a safe place.
Locate "J" shaped cover plate at front of sunroof track assembly. Remove 2 torx bolts from each cover plate.
Lift up bracket to remove.
Inspect the plastic guides on each side. The sunroof cables attach to guides on front outer corner. Inspect this area closely for damage.
Do not operate the sunroof with the J plates removed.
If the sunroof guides are not broken & the glass is a uniform height along the rear edge your problem may be a stripped gear inside the motor. The motor has a manual override:
Get access to the motor by removing the map light/switch console or lowering the front of the headliner.
Insert a large standard screwdriver into the nylon bushing at the center of the motor hub. Push up & turn the screwdriver to manually move the sunroof glass. If the unit will fully open & close manually, you most likely only need a replacement motor.
If your sunroof is stuck in the open position follow these steps to get it closed:
Remove the glass.
Try to close the unit without the glass. Many times one side will still be operational and close correctly.
Try to slide the inoperable lift arm forward. If it moves, slide it forward until it stops.
You now need to slide the original plastic guide forward to lower the arm to the closed position. Using a standard screwdriver, push it forward. The lift arm should begin to lower.
If the lift arm will still not fully lower, remove the J plate as explained above, sometimes the sunroof cable will need to be lifted up to allow the guide to fully slide forward.
Most common repair for this saw
1) remove blade & blade housing guard plate
2) You will find 2 allen head screws holding the elevating screw bracket
This will allow you to move the gears apart to replace
Remove the small retaining ring and slide the gear off (be careful not to lose the woodruff key when you slide the gear off)
Typically we find that the 2 rods (elevating shafts) are bent and this causes the resistance that strips the gears out - I always replace the 2 rods and the elevating screw when replacing the gears - you already have it apart and the parts are inexpensive.
take the metal duct out that the lint filter slides down into,stick the metal strip through the hole in the side of the duct so that when it's in the bottom part of strip is flush up against the back side wall of duct and it should have like a half inch or so sticking out of the hole,but before you stick it in clean out the duct and with a thin long screw driver open the plastic cover that the filter slides through and poke out any lint in the slots that the filter slides in.so unplug the dryer,remove the bottom panel of dryer,remove the lint filter and screws that hold the lint filter duct in place they are 1/4 inch head screws,clean out the duct and the side slots up above the duct in the plastic area then slide the metal strip into the hole so that the bottom part that you first put into the hole fits flush up against the back inside wall of duct and the top of strip will be flush to the outside wall of duct and like around 1/2 inch or so still showing.hope this helps
The solenoid does two things -- it closes an electrical contact to run the starter motor, and also pulls a lever to slide the motor gear up to engage the flywheel. Since the contact is closing, the solenoid itself must be OK, but the lever could be broken, or the sliding gear could be binding or stripped. Since you're looking at a probable replacement, try cleaning with compressed air, then squirting some WD-40 into the starter gear area - you could get lucky! Otherwise, you can replace the starter/solenoid assembly -- you can find replacements on eBay for about $80. Less expensive but more time consuming is to remove the assembly, disassemble, and replace just the defective parts if you can find them. Good luck! Please rate my answer if helpful, thanks.
I twisted and pried until I got the door/disk carrier out of the case. It appears the the teeth on the left side of the door and the teeth on the gear that moved it as well as a white strip of plastic with an upright pin and teeth on the front edge which moved it from left to right were out of sequence. The strip was moving too soon and causing the motor and laser to lift before the disk was in place. The disk carrier was blocked by the spin mechanism which had raised and was up against the piece that the disk should be under.
To fix it, I set the DVD player to "open". Then I put a long narrow strip of masking tape on one side of the teeth of the gear that was supposed to open and close the door.
I pushed the moving strip with the pin as far to the left as it would go and put another narrow strip of tape on the top of it to keep it from moving while I pushed the door back in place. The ends of both pieces of tape extended out the opening and were stuck to the face of the cabinet.
I pushed the door into the frame, pulling up a bit in the center to get it to go through the guides and track. When I got it pushed all the way in I started easing the tape off the gear, pulling on the part outside the door and reaching through the hole where a disk would set to loosen the end of the tape on the gear with a mini screwdriver. I did the same thing with the tape I had put on the strip with the pin.
Then I used the "open/close" function to test it and it worked like a charm. The door guides do not hold the very tight and it tends to wiggle and lean to the left when open.
I also found a really good video by a guy on UTube. It was not my brand of player, but his explanation and demonstration gave me enough info about how to get the door out, without destroying it, so I went at it.
My methods are a little unorthodox, but they worked without tearing the entire thing apart. I couldn't figure out how to get the motor/laser out anyway.
Why is this happening
issue can occur as a result of uninstalling the Google Desktop installed by Quickbooks on a computer running Microsoft Windows Vista. Launching
QuickBooks after uninstalling Google will cause the error message.
This issue is also known to occur with computers that have been
upgraded from Windows XP to Windows Vista, where Google Desktop was
uninstalled under Windows XP. Both cases would yield the same error
message. How to fix the problem
This issue was resolved in the latest release for your version of QuickBooks.
Please update your program to the most current release.
just click on that link above then click on the (update) image on that page.
Try opening and closing your door by hand with the motor detached (detach it by pulling on the rope) It should open and close easily without a lot of effort. If it catches or is too heavy (possible broken spring) it will strip the gear. The door has to be working properly before you can attach an opener to it. If you lift your door up about waist high and let go of it . It should not go up or down but should stay in that position, This tells you that the springs are correctly adjusted
Please make sure you don't have broken springs first and that the door is balanced properly. If so you can replace the "Trolly" by disconnecting the arm from the opener, undoing the opener from the bracket that mounts it to the wall. This usually takes a 1/2 in wrench. Then swing the opener out far enough to slide the trolly off and replace it with a new one. Re-connect everything then re-engage the trolly.
unplug tv. Remove 4 screws from bottom of tv in front right below speakers on right and left side. Bottom panel slides up and out. Don't disconnect just rest panel on front of tv. Remove two screw at bottom of trim strips on each side of screen. Each one of these strips will slide down and remove. Last piece to remove is trim strip at top of screen. There are no screws to remove. The whole piece simply slides to the right about 2" to 3" inches then will unlock from mount brackets. Pull towards you and slide up and off screen. carefully lift screen up and out of bottom brackett. Top trim piece may be a little tight. Just tap on it with the palm of your hand and have somone pull on strip from other side.