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Turn the mower off and allow it to come to a complete stop or unplug it. Make sure the internal rear deflector is in place by lifting the rear door. Otherwise, the grass may get caught in the rear opening and cause the mower to malfunction.
Lift the door on the side of the mower. Look for the hooks on the underside of the door.
Line up the hooks on the door with the slots on the side discharge chute. Lower the door onto the chute. Grass clippings will now exit through the chute during operation. To remove the chute, reverse this process.
Good morning Tony
since your machine seems to be a relation of mine, I will do what can to assist you. I will put a photo of mine in for comparison
I am sorry about how dark my black coffee machine is, you can see that they are related. What I can suggest here and now is that you remove the infuser once again and put it back carefully in its place, I would give that a try, and have done
enjoy your coffee
Is this a new cover? There is an adjustment. On the bottom of the machine, dead center, there is an adjustment screw with a locking nut. Unlock the nut and the turn the screw counter clockwise, this will lower the motor shaft and consequently the blade. Once you have clearance and install the cover, turn the screw clockwise until the blade contacts the chute, back it off a half turn and lock her down. This will establish the correct gap between the chute and blade. Also if your chute is ever chipped or scored by the blade because of excessive vibration, you can file the chute level and readjust the gap.
It's mean your catridges overflow even from brand new catridges after a
several prints or right after you refilled the catridges. Check to see
if ink are smeared on the holder where the contact panel with the
Use the klennex with a few drops of water to dampen and clean off those contact on the holder and printer may work again. The
refill ink work very well if you let it sit 24 hrs. Then before you
print anything, you should run aligned the catridges a couple times
then run clean catridges a couple times. Print the test page to see how it's look and way you go. Be sure not to leave any debris of klennex on those holder contact panel.
This is deffinately due to catridge circuit problem.Canon suggest that we have to replace emptied catridges with new genuine canon catridge they dont suggest refilling and also not give any support for refilling catridges. So you can replace catridge with new one.
This Happens due to weakining of catridge circuit portion or may long period printer not in use.
If you not want to replace catridges i will give you the possible hints it may fix refilled catridges.
1.Clean the catridge circuit portion with soft cloth,care must be taken that there is no smudge or ink traces on catridge circuit.
2.Clean the ciruit of printer catridge placing box present inside the printer .wipe out the any sumdge or ink traces.
Then re install the catridges. give the print if it shows error press resume button continuosly. I think it will fix your problem.
If it is not solution is replace the catridge with new one.
ok,i don know whether what im giving is a solution,but if u run out of ink,one temporary solution is to use a hair drier on the catridge,it will declog any ink that is left...It should work for 20 to 30 pages more until u finally have to replace the catridge