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by Manage My Life 
September 24th, 2011
Tags: Dryers, Washers
Joey S
Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

I'm sorry; Sears does not provide that type of service. You will need to find someone locally that provides that type of service.
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September 26th, 2011
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How do I help my children adjust to moving to a new area of the country?
by Mike Morris 
October 30th, 2009
Tags: Parenting
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Become a co-conspirator with your children. Point out that you too are making an adjustment and uprooting yourself. Together do some research to find out the advantages of the move. Is there a beach, better shopping, more clean air? Dwell on the positive future and when you get there deliver on your promises to yourself and to the kids. Also, be glad they now have cell phones and Facebook.
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October 30th, 2009
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need help connecting a temporary power cord to frig. refrigerator,mine got cut in half moving frs26kf6eb3
by Manage My Life 
March 16th, 2013
Fred M
Thank you for your question.  If the power cord is cut and you need to splice a new cord onto the existing cord with wire nuts the start by examining the cords.  Most cords will have a smooth side, a ridge side and a small ground wire in the middel of the cord.  Start with the neutral wire.  It is in the middle of the cord and is the smallest wire.  If you can identify the smooth and ridge side of the power cord the connect eack to the matching one on the replacement cord.  It really doesn't matter which is connected where.  Use wire nuts and electrical tape to secure the connections.  Be sure to use a grounded three plug cord.  I hope this helps.  You can reply below with any additional details for further assistance.  Thank you for using Manage My Life. 
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March 17th, 2013
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3162922711 -- HOW DO I REPLACE THE ROPE -- CLUTCH DRUM NOT MOVING SO ITS MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO GET TO ROPE--HELP
by Manage My Life 
April 12th, 2012
Tags: Appliances
Mark T
Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the trimmer. I tried to pull up the model number you have submitted but it would not pull up for me. I will be happy to give you general information. I will list the basic steps in repairing the pull starter.

Remove the trigger housing on the drive shaft by removing the 4 screws and separating the housing. Make note of how the trigger and the throttle cable mount in the housing.

Remove the clamp on the clutch cover and remove the drive shaft and housing from the clutch. (it pulls out).

Remove the screws from the clutch cover and remove the cover.

To remove the clutch drum, remove the small torx head bolt in the center of the drum. The clutch drum will slide off the engine shaft. next you have to remove the clutch by unthreading it from the crank shaft. If the engine shaft turns when you are removing the clutch, remove the spark plug and fill the cylinder with small clean rope. The rope will jam the piston and stop the engine from turning. Please click

here

to watch a video on how to remove the clutch.

Remove the screws holding the fan housing to the engine and remove the fan housing. The rope and the starter pulley are inside the fan housing. Once you have it removed, inspect the pulley and the rope for binding. If you can not determine where it is binding you will need to take it further apart. Be very careful removing the starter pulley and spring. The spring will unwind violently if it is released.

As you install the rope on the pulley, turn the pulley. Let the turning of the pulley wind the rope and it will load the spring so it will retract. Please click

here

to watch a video on how to repair the rope.

I hope this is helpful. If this information does not match your model, please reply below with the model number off the product.

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Mark T.
by Mark T |
April 15th, 2012
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My tredmill's belt isnt moving but the power is on. The belt is alligned and centered. Can you help ?
by Manage My Life 
September 6th, 2010
Tags: Running
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Because of the high voltages and complexity of the checks that need to be done, I really cannot direct you to much in the way of things to check.

One thing that I will have you check is the speed sensor. You will need to open the motor hood on your treadmill. On the left side of the machine you will see the motor belt and pulley. On the front roller there should be a little magnet that reads on the sensor there. If that magnet has fallen out you can have this problem. Also, if something has caused the sensor to fall away or come unplugged you would have this same issue.

Outside of those things I really have to recommend you have a qualified technician come take a look at the machine.

You can go here:

Sears Home Services

to schedule service at your home.

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September 7th, 2010
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I have a model 1069547620. I lost my manual and need to know how to get the handles off for moving purposes. Can anyone help.
by Manage My Life 
May 10th, 2010
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Thanks for the help. This helped a lot. Unfortunately, I had to go ahead and remove the freezer door to get the fridge through the doorway. Now that the fridge is in the laundry room, I will NEVER move it again. That is of course, until my wife wants it moved AGAIN.
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May 11th, 2010
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Kenmore refrigerator 25344383402: replacing ice maker thermol cutoff #5304436618, need instructions please with image will help greatly, moving thanks for being
by Manage My Life 
December 28th, 2010
scott d
Replacing some parts can be a little difficult sometimes. The information you have received is good but does not pertain to this model. To replace the thermal cutoff, first remove the front cover. Remove the three screws holding the cover and pay attention to the spring on the bail arm and how it fits back in place. With the cover off, you will see the thermal cutoff (see picture) and the small cutout section it fits in. It will pull out but will be tight fitting it back in place. It should have a clip holding it and the thermal cutoff will fit behind the clip. I hope this will help you.
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December 29th, 2010
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Mower (transmission) will stop moving after 10 minutes, even though the engine runs fine, and it has new belts. help please.
by Manage My Life 
September 6th, 2012
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This may very well be a problem with the transmission. You'll need to access the the top back side of the transmission to get to the fill cap. Measure from the edge of the fill hole down to the oil level. The oil should be between 1.25 and 1.5 inches (from the hole edge). If it is more than that then you can add some 20W50 motor oil to bring the transmission oil up to level.





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September 7th, 2012
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moving appliances
by Manage My Life 
December 7th, 2011
Joey S
Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

A refrigerator should never be laid down. It should always be transported sitting upright. Laying it down can cause refrigerant oil to fill the small capillary tube of the heat exchanger which can restrict the flow of refrigerant causing the unit to not cool.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post.
by Joey S |
December 9th, 2011
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