How To Fix A Dead Outlet: How To Fix A Dead Outlet
2) Be very careful with the little screws on the battery holder. One thing to add/suggest, the slots on the screws they used for the battery holder are unusually narrow. ➳ In a new house an outlet can be hidden and forgotten, covered over with sheet rock or wall paper and because the wires are not connected together, cause other outlets to be dead. The leather toe guard is between the nut and the plate, which can cause the nut to loosen over time and eventually either the toe stop will turn to a strange angle or it will work itself completely loose. When I finally got back to work on the install two days later the glue was dry. Removed the back cover, then the screws that held the battery lid (as given in the above guide). The black wires are on the gold terminal screws at the short slot side of the receptacle and the white neutral wires are on the silver terminal screws at the long slot side and the bare copper ground is on the green ground screw. Cover removed from motor to show microswitch and individual wire feeds that supply contacts at each end of the copper strip.
The two feed wires above supply contacts at each end and when the see-saw touches down at that end then power flows up the seat of the see-saw and out through the pivot point where a green wire is attached. Took out the battery and then inserted the new one (Renata). I was able to get mine off with a box cutter blade which I inserted horizontally against the reverse bezel and pried up. Well maybe not, and I still can’t get my head around the flash circuit and how the lights are actually turned on but its a useful approximation. In my wiring diagram the left and right headlight motors are shown with different colours, but in the actual car both sides were wired the same and both used the scheme shown for the right headlight motor so I will use these colours in this description. In this open state the relays actually earth the motors to prevent or control any possible movements when not required. This means that when the pods are still in either up or down position, the switching current to the relays is broken by the micro-switches, relays remain open, interrupting power feed to the motors.
However its not a case of “on” or “off” because power is also always applied to the switching circuit, but this circuit is in its turn interrupted by the two micro-switches in the motors themselves (one for “pods up” and one for “pods down”). The lighting switch actually controls the switching current to the relays which in turn connect or interrupt the power feed to the motors. Firstly the power feed to the motors is not affected by the the column switch – it doesn’t even pass through the lighting switch. It simply rotates between two fixed positions which are set by the micro-switches which interrupt the relay switching circuit when the motors reach the next set position. The two individual wires take power from the lighting switch to the two micro-switches in the motors. This wire is the centre wire in the three plug multi-connector and takes the power into the relay circuit. No matter which direction the pods are travelling their motor relays are always fed via this green wire, what changes is the end of the seesaw from which the green wire is receiving its power.
However when the pods are not moving this motor feed is interrupted by the relays (one for each headlamp). In our example when the pods are down then the seesaw is tilted towards the “up” microswitch closing contacts at that end and breaking contact at the other. White nylon plugs are invisible beneath the copper strip. Although there are two micro-switches, they are actually joined together by a copper strip that functions a little like a see-saw. If you are too, you pinch the fabric and slide them into the header tape, pinch and slide, pinch and slide. Loosen all of its screws so that it can slide around. If you don’t, you will not be able to slide in the little plastic hanger on wheels that your curtains will eventually hang from. You will want to remove IKEA labels now and clean up the adhesive. Now you know that the connector plate is properly aligned to “catch” a screw.