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When the stroller is open, make sure that both of the green indicators either side of the frame are visible. If not, put your foot on the brake and pull the handle firmly with both hands until the green appears. This will enable you to get access to the seat. If the seat doesn't move still, check at the bottom (where the small of babies back is) to see if the excess seat fabric has become stuck inside. This is usually the main reason for the seat recline not functioning.
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Sometimes the mechanism is misplaced, just disassemble that mechanism and turn on radio without the secondary plate and wait until the motor to get to the final position when it turns off again, reassemble.
Ignition - Key Stuck In Ignition Switch/Won't Turn
Bulletin No.: 06-02-35-005
Date: February 28, 2006
Key Stuck in Ignition, Key Will Not Return to Off Position, Shifter Button Won't Release in Park Position (Adjust Shifter Detent Finger)
2002-2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Customers may comment on any of the following conditions:
- The key is stuck in the ignition cylinder.
- They cannot return the key to the off position to remove the key.
- The shifter button won't release in the park position.
This condition may be caused by the detent finger shifting over time. This may result in mis-alignment and binding of the shift rod on the shift position guide.
WHERE YOUR SHIFTER IS YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE IT APART ..MAYBE THE RUBBER BOOT IS IT THE WAY,OR THE SHIFT LOCK SELINOID WHENT BAD
This is done this way Printer off Press Feed and pause keys while switching on When (1) diag vXXX is displayed release buttons Press once Feed (2) parameters key pause key until you obtain Ribbon Trans press on feed or restart to have Ribbon Non Trans press pause to save the new setting Switch off and on You have now non transmissive ribbon
Canon Selphy CP800. I had a cartridge ribbon break when it stuck to some photo paper I was trying to reuse and the cartridge became stuck and would not release. All you have to do is try to print a dummy print, the printer will then display that the ink cartridge needs replacing, it will then allow the cartridge to pop out when the release catch is operated. Beware of broken and torn ribbon inside the printer and try to remove the obvious loose pieces before inserting the new cartridge. Any remaining bits of ribbon should stick to the next photo you try to print but a ruined photo is a small price to pay as your printer should work ok once the debris is cleared. If you are adventurous you can dismantle the cartridge by inserting a small flat screwdriver into the retaining clips at each end of the cartridge cover. remove the used ribbon from the spool as it is only stuck onto the spool spindle. Re thread the unused ribbon onto the spool ensuring it travels round the deflecting spindle which is easily prised out and replaced over the ribbon. You must ensure that the new ribbon is wound onto the spool in the correct direction (check this by comparing the rotation with good cartridge by ensuring the ribbon tightens as it should) then wind the ribbon forward until the black line appears on the clear sheet of ribbon and carry on printing.
The user interface board is not serviceable and it requires to be replaced when it is not working properly or when a button is stuck. The procedure is quiet easy and you can do it yourself.
Disconnect power to the washer prior to servicing to avoid electric shock.
Remove the three screws attaching the rear of the top panel to the back of the washer then slide the panel rearward, and then lift it off the washer.
Disconnect the 7-terminal user interface ribbon connector from the left side of the central control unit.
Pull the dispenser drawer out until it stops; press down the release tab then pull the drawer completely out of the washer.
Remove the screw in the recessed hole at the left of the drawer opening. Press and release the tab securing the right side of the console to the cabinet.
Open the washer door then insert the blade of a flat-bladed screwdriver into the slot at the bottom center of the console then push the console up to release the tab attaching its bottom to the cabinet.
Gently pry up and release the top of the console then pull it off the washer.
Pull the cycle selector knob off the control panel then release the tabs
securing the user interface/LED assembly to the control panel. Lift the
user interface/LED assembly from the control panel once all of the tabs are
Inspect the Hold to Start button and the alleged stuck membrane in the user interface board. Replace the button if it is broken. Try your luck by trying to unstuck the stuck membrane. If no luck at all, replace the user interface assembly.
Install the new user interface/LED assembly into the control panel by
inserting it into the tabs from one side to the other until it is
completely secured, and then reinsert the cycle selector knob.
Align the console tabs with the slots in the cabinet then insert the tabs into position. Secure the left side of the console with the screw previously removed, and then slide the dispenser drawer back in place.
Reconnect the user interface ribbon connector to the central control unit then slide the top panel back into position and secure it with the three securing screws.
Note: The user interface assembly part number may differ from version to version of the same model. The version is indicated by the last digit of the model number so make sure to indicate the complete model number of your washer located on the left side of the door opening.
Remove the ribbon and wind the feedwheel by hand and check for ribbon movement, if none, replace. Visually inspect the ribbbon feed assembly to see if it is rotating the feed gears (mark with felt pen) A drop or two of oil mayhhelp, but the ribbon motor may be defective also.
The large button in the middle of the ribbon take-up spool releases the two bars that press out into the ribbon, making it looser and easier to remove. You might have to push kind of hard. Last resort, there's always scissors