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Slide your finger from the very top going down the wifi, bluetooth, gps ,sound and auto rotation screen will be open on this page you will see that your call is still active just press clear and you will hang up the call after this just press the home button on your phone and your back to the main menu
sounds like a broken wire on one of the wheel sensors usualy hapens when somone runs over somthing like a box or a tree branch turn the wheels left check behind them for danglers then turn wheels to right and re check for danglers failing that take somewhere like can tire or pep boys for a free brake inspection they will notice little things like hanging wires and will inform you of the impending repair
There is a little rectangle shape thing next to the lg logo on the top of the fone screen. If this is blocked by screen protector it will cause the phone to blank of during calls. Its a power saver that blanks the phone when its near your face. Try it. Take off the screen protector & make a call. Then place your finger over the little thing & the screen goes blank. Just cut a lil space in the screen protector & that will fix the problem
You need 2 people for this.. Unscrew plastic wingnut down the centre of the agitator.(2) undo 2 phillips head screws under little rubber covers just under lid at front top edge.(3)lift top of machine like a car bonnet,get someone to hold it up for you.(4)Unclip big round plastic ring on top of the bowl,you may find its attached with a spring at the front left hand corner,just lay the plastic ring over front of machine & let it hang.The bowl should just lift straight out.Be carefull,the outside of the metal bowl is like a cheese greater trust me! PS when you put it back together & you lower the top of the machine(make sure that little white plastic lever hanging down) the right hand rear go's outside the righthand rear of the tub NOT squashed on top.Its an out of balance lever & it needs to dangle outside of the bowl/tub right rear.GOOD LUCK!
This is a little tricky but you can do it without really taking anything off the engine.
The starter motor sits on the left hand side of the, underneath the engine block.
When you open your bonnet you will see the clutch cable etc stickign up and then a bit oif space behind that.
If you look into that space, hanging of the engine will be the starter motor.
The stater motor is connected by two bolts (top and bottom), you will need a good socket set and an extendable socket piece to get to the bolts but you can feel around find them.
1. Undo negative terminal to the battery
2. Undo the ground wire from the starter. (It will have a little rubber cap on it - it a 10 mil bolt in Australian Imports)
3. Undo the bottom bolt first (otherwise the top one is a little tricky to get out
4. Undo the top bolt.
5. Pull the starter out (to the left) - you will need to wiggle it aorund a little but it will come out without having to take of anything else)
Installation is the reverse.
When i first did this it took me about 30 mins....
BE CAREFULL!!! Is it a red wire with a suction cup on the end? If it is, it connects to the top of the picture tube (there is a little hole in the back of the tube at the top). Unplug the set first and under the suction cup you should see two little tabs. Turn the suction cup inside out to expose the little tabs and insert the two little tabs in the hole. You may have to sqeeze them together a little bit. After they are in the hole they should spring out and latch on to the edges of the hole. Let go of the suction cup and allow it to cover the hole and tabs and all. Hope this helps. Thanks and be carefull. This is the high voltage lead.
Look underneath the 2nd row from left in the ice tray there should be a white plastic piece that pops in and out from the bottom of the ice tray. Pop it off. There should be a piece of styrofoam on top of the piece you removed. the white wire runs along the bottom of the ice tray there may be little plastic hooks to place wire along the way. The sensor should fit right where the white piece of plastic and styrofoam you removed goes. Just place it there and pop that piece back in. It really doesn't attach to anything just lays there.
I believe the 2 springs hold your side door closed, alot of people use scotch tape to hold the door closed.
Anyway 1 goes on the left side and the other goes on the right side of the door. If you open the door and look down on the plastic frame, not part of the door, you'll see 2 holes on the left and 2 more on the right. The one end of the spring slide down thru the 1 hole and turn it 90 degrees and pull it up so it hooks on the plastic piece between the 2 hloes. Do the same for th other side. Now, the top end of the spring attaches to a plastic tab in line with the holes on the door, toward the top side. Some times those tabs break off.
If that's the case we'll have to get a little creative
it is a simple job to fix that. you need to take the whole TV apart and there is a black gasket that falls down on all these TV's. the glue that was on the gasket and the weight of the screen pulls it down more and more. takes about 1 hour by an amateur doing this maybe less for a professional.