Most pressure plates have four flat metal springs connecting them to the back. Two springs on one side are usually anchored to the back and two have a slot that stradles a pin on the back. This allows fore and aft movement of the plate relative to the back. Lift the slotted side away from the back while pushing the end of the springs to the back aligning them with the pins. Ease the spring slots under the pin heads. Take care to not over-bend the springs.
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Pressure Plate error The pressure plate home position sensor does not turn on within 6 seconds during initialization. Both the pressure plate home position and pressure plate limit sensors turn on when the main SW is turned on. The pressure plate home position sensor does not turn off when the pressure plate limit sensor does not turn on within 4.5 seconds when compressing the ejected master.
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cluth plate and pressure plate bad,,,noise is more than likely loose clutch material scraping some part,,,how long since new parts installed?? not real expensieve,,but moderate amount of money., if you do it yourself. some have inspection plate you can see a little around flywheel housing,,to possibley survey damage. wipe finger in there and see how much material you get,,a lot,,,replace clutch and pressure plate
A white screen usually shows up due to problems with the lens ribbon cables most of the time. If you have some technical background, then try to do the following. Otherwise you could mess up the camera. You need to open the camera and look at where the cables plug into ribbon holders on the main circuitboard. You may need to remove LCD screen and also the plate under the screen which holds the screen in place. Once the plate is removed, the lens ribbon cables are accessible. These cables may get misaligned over time. Carefully lift the pressure plate in the ribbon cable connector that secures them in place. Slowly pull out the cable. Clean it and reinsert and close the pressure plate. Reverse the procedure.
Can you take pictures with it? Try to take pictures and then try to download to PC. If it is ok, then the LCD screen may be bad or the Ribbon cable may be misaligned from its connector. Open the camera (a few screws). Lift the pressure plate in the LCD ribbon cable connector gently, and pull out the ribbon cable. Reinsert it and close the pressure plate. If that doesnt help, I suspect the LCD. You may need to replace the LCD.
It sounds like the metal plate at the bottom of the cover is loose or missing. If it is missing then just use a little bit of sheet metal, preferably from a tin can or something with similar good conductivity.
If the metal plate is there, then it may just be loose, try adjusting that little metal plate and see if it works after that, If It doesn't work then please post a picture of the camera where the bottom has come off and a picture of the bottom itself and I'll try to investigate further.
Hope this helps :D
If the fan bearing is not worn, which would cause the fan blades to wobble and create noise, the problem is with the sheet metal mounting plate being loose and rattling.
In mine, I just slightly bent the plate on the side that has the mounting screws. When installed, this will help apply pressure against the bottom of the mounting plate to secure it in position and not rattle when running.
Put the pilot bushing in the crank shaft, install the flywheel. Next put the pressure plate back on, but leave the bolts loose so you can use the plastic alignment tool. Insert it through the pressure plate hole, and into the pilot bushing. Then tighten down the pressure plate bolts, and remove the tool. Install the throwout bearing on the clutch fork, and you are ready to go.
I just had the same problem as samrpetrich with a loose kwikset deadbolt. Here's how I fixed it - on the inside of the door, take off the latch that flips the deadbolt in and out using a very small allen key. There is a round plate cover that is snapped on top of the inside deadbolt mechanism. If you look on the bottom aspect of this round plate you'll see where it snaps on; once I saw where to apply pressure it came off easily - taking off this plate exposed the two screws beneath that were loose. Once I tightened these, I snapped the plate cover back on, but the dead bolt latch back and everything is tight again. Hope this helps.