Model #0105 POWERWHEELS/PINES Toy riding

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Q:

please help Model # 316.711190

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I can appreciate the economic disposition of your question. The model numbers you have provided are more similar then you realize. It's is very likely that you will be able to make the same modifications. But I will forward your question to an expert who will investigate the matter further and get back to you. You will hear from them within two business days if not sooner. Until you hear from us, have a nice day.

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Henry -
May 24, 2013
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What you want to do is exactly what I do. I haven't ever bought the pre-cut line. I always buy a spool of line and cut it myself. This year I got with my brother and father and we went in 3 ways a massive roll of line and then spooled off equal amounts for each of us. It's worked out great.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
May 26, 2013
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TV remote N0105UD

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Managemylife.com has owners manuals for just about everything. To better assist you with the information you are requesting please submit the brand and model number for the television. Click on reply below with added information. Thanks.

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Anna T -
March 25, 2012
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I see this remote several times, but most of the time it is not the correct remote for the model. Can you provide the model number off the back of your TV?

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
March 26, 2012
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refrigerator

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I know how important it is to have a good working refrigerator at home so that you can keep your food nice and fresh. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the refrigerator. At this time, I was unable to locate information that would be helpful in regards to your question. Your expert will answer within 24 to 48 hours with detailed information. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Joseph P. -
December 08, 2011
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Veterans deserve the best we can give. You served for us and we should try to serve you with the best possible service. I'm sorry you had such a tough time on the phones but I think this is the right place for you to resolve this problem.

From the description you give the cams on the bottom of the door have failed.

I'm not clear if you wish the part numbers or instructions on how to remove the door. With a few basic tools this can be a do-it-yourself.

The hinge in the first image is for the freezer. The cams and other parts fit on the door itself. The hinge and cam riser are about $20 dollars each. Everything including the little parts would be in the $60 dollar range.

As you noted a service call will cost about $129 dollars. We're here to help with the do-it-yourself repair. Most Sears service calls and labor will cost a maximum of $129 dollars.

You and I can talk back and forth but there's a day's delay sometimes but I think we're worth waiting for. We can sometimes provide pictures, video and instructions on how to accomplish many repairs.

We help everyone including people who never shop at Sears. I will say that if I don't help a Marine a little more than normal then my Uncle and cousins who were also Marines will be mad at me. I'm sorry about the phone problems but I think I can help you resolve this problem with a minimum of expense.

First can you tell me based on the images which part has failed? I suspect it's a part in the 2nd image that are circled. Which key number would it be?

Do you feel comfortable removing the door or have you already done so to put the fiberglass you bought to raise the door?

Please reply with any additional comments or questions for further assistance. I will be working Sunday by the way.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 10, 2011
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Hi Fred M. Thank you for your response. This is the second time I have typed this message to you because while I was copying and pasting the $200 service charge, my message was erased. Anyway, it is part 16, but from lying on the floor looking at it with a flashlight; it appears to be riveted to the metal support under the plastic piece. On top of the piece is a round metal, that appears to be the top of a rivet. No, I haven't removed the doors because I am now almost 80 years old and have a bad back. Thank you for your comment about my time in the Marines. Semper Fi, S/Sgt. Kenneth A. Gates, USMC

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ken -
December 10, 2011
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BTW...I've been a faithful Sears customer for over 60 years, but they were not at all polite or helpful to me. As a matter of fact, I spend many, many hours and two days getting to this point. Of course, I can remember when Sears was the Best store to shop., but so was Montgomery-Wards. You and most people today have never heard of them...Wards...that is! I am just wondering if people will remember who Sears was is 20 years from now. Best Regards, Ken

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ken -
December 10, 2011
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The answer I sent yesterday seems to have vanished. The part is about $20 dollars and should be replaceable. The problem now would be getting help removing the refrigerator door. I would not suggest you try it with a bad back. Do you have any neighbors that might help with this project.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 12, 2011
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Fred, Is this part riveted on? If not, what is the thing that looks like the head of a rivet on top of part 16? Where can I buy this part? How is it attached to the metal piece below? Thanks a lot for all your help. As soon as I get the parts and understand what has to be done, then I may be able to find someone to help me with removing the doors? Of course, if I don't know how to attached the plastic part 16 and have them in hand, plus how to remove the doors then...there isn't anything I can do. Please advise. I truly appreciate your help Fred, Ken P.S. Did you open up the bill? Labor was a lot more than $127!

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ken -
December 12, 2011
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Ken, part key 181 should be a screw. I did find it in stock for about $7 dollars at the link below. I was unable to bring up a picture so I can't confirm 100% that it is a screw and not a rivet like you describe. Most of the time this part would be a screw so the cam stop and other parts could be replaced. If it is a rivet then it may be possible to drill it out. You can order the WZ06X0105 screw and see what you get. The site in the link below may be able to confirm it is a screw. I'm sorry I couldn't find an image to confirm that it is a screw . Perhaps the head of the screw was broken off and this is what you're seeing. To check the service call charges then go to the link below for Sears Home Services and check the cost of the service call and labor. Some areas do run a little higher. [Sears Home Services | http://www.searshomeservices.com?sid=MMLxexpertxmerch] . As far as we know here the part in question is a screw and not a rivet but I can't find any image to confirm this. If it is a screw then I'm sure this can be repaired at a minimum expense.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 13, 2011
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