Excerpt: The motor is suspended by a small rubber belt that effectively isolates it from the chassis. You need to remove two small screws to free this motor from its ‘transport’ mode. Once freed, there’s very little tolerance between the edge of the motor and the ‘well’ in which it sits, but what little there is is more than sufficient. The power switch is located underneath the plinth, on the left-hand side. I found its action a bit stiff and ‘clicky’, but it worked perfectly.