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You did not state your model so I can't answer about your particular vacuum. On most models you cannot move the brush roll itself but the whole nozzle housing moves up and down by moving a lever that adjusts the height. Some models do not have any way to change the height. The lever is usually on the top of the nozzle housing.
The height adjustment lever on Kenmore Power Nozzles is one of the machine's weak points. It's not well made as far as being protected from dirt and dust and moisture. It's always easier to move these things when the vac is on it's side or at least with the front end in the air. That takes the pressure off the adjuster. The mechanism may need nothing more than to taken apart in the presence of a good air compressor which can be used to blow out any of the aforementioned debris.
1 Locate the height adjustment lever on the inside of the left rear wheel. 2 Kneel next to the mower and push the left height adjustment lever toward the center of the mower. This will unlock the lever from the locking pin on which the height is currently set. Read more: How do I Adjust the Height on a Great States Reel Mower? ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6834215_do-great-states-reel-mower_.html#ixzz21NOr1e8d
3Rotate the lever toward the front of the mower to lower the height of cut, or toward the rear of the mower to raise the height of cut.
4 Release the lever over the locking pin closest to the desired height of cut.
5 Repeat these steps with the adjustment lever on the right-side rear wheel. Be sure to set the right wheel lever to the same position as the left-side wheel's lever for an even cut.
Some Geo Prism's (and sister car Toyota Corolla) have adjustable steering columns, and some do not. The adjustment lever is on the left side of the steering column, underneath the turn signal arm. Pull this lever out...away from the steering column, and you will feel the entire column loosen for up and down positioning. To re-secure after fine tuning the desired height...push this lever firmly back into position beside the steering column. If your Prism does not have this lever...your car is not equipped with the adjustable optional column. Hope this helps.
There should be one or two limiting screws for the front derailleur that you can use to adjust how far out/in the derailleur moves to shift the chain over. You can ask a friend to lift the back end of the bike off the ground while you do the adjusting of these screws and then try shifting the gear while moving the peddles with your other hand.
You need to turn that knob to its highest point with the deck height lever to its highest setting. Now turn that knob counter clockwise a few turns and let the deck lever all the way down. That knob will stop the lever part way down. If it mowes to high rase that deck lever again and turn that knob counter clockwise some more and let that deck lever down again. Repete till you have the correct cutting height. If you were cutting to low turn the knob clockwise insted of counter clockwise in the instruction above. The knob only set the stop of the deck lever. Once set the deck lever lifts the deck up and holds it but when you let that lever down it returns to its mowing set height.