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Q:

Oven igniter lights and flames appear, but it takes forever to reach temperature 79077471792 Kenmore Gas range

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear that the oven is taking an excessively long time to reach temperature. I know how frustrating that is to have happen.

This type of symptom typically is caused by a weak igniter, or a failing oven temperature sensor. Due to your inspection that the igniter does ignite a flame within about a minute (a little long, but not excessive); I suspect the oven temp sensor as the issue. 

The sensor can be removed and tested for resistance to be sure. The sensor will be located in the rear-upper left corner of the oven cavity. It will be secured by a few screws. At room temperature, the sensor should show a resistance of about 1100 ohms. If the resistance is way off, I would recommend replacing it. If it checks out, I would look at the igniter. 

I hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
December 31, 2014
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Jeff, Thanks for your help! I moved the range from the wall, unplugged it, disconnected the oven temperature sensor, and tested it. It showed about 1084 ohms of resistance, so it sounds like it would be the igniter. My local Sears Parts Direct has one in stock that I'll pick up tomorrow! One last question for you if I may, sir. I see on the page for the part description (http://bit.ly/1Hhcw2N) that is says "Removing the old bake burner igniter requires taking out the bottom oven panel." However, when I look at the range from the back, I can see what looks like the back of the igniter itself (this is after removing one panel so I could access the oven temperature sensor connection). Can I just remove the surrounding panel(s) to replace it, or will this involve some more part disassembly? Oh, and I will turn off the gas supply before I get near the igniter. =) Thanks again for all your help! Regards, Jeff Frank

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Jeff -
December 31, 2014
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NordicTrack c 2000: Motor and belt not moving, Light blinking in the Motor control panel

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if the light is not blinking until you push a speed button that blinking light on the controller would be telling you that a signal has been received from the console to start the belt. you would want to check the power going to the motor to be sure if it is the controller not sending the power or it is sending the power and the motor is bad.

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TC -
August 19, 2013
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Thank you for taking the time and submitting your question, I can understand your concern in having a properly working treadmill. I will be glad to help you today. From what you are describing it sounds like the motor circuit board is the problem. In order to determine if this is the problem, you will need to test it. However, we not have information available on repair at this time when it comes to Nordic Track. This is something that only Nordic Track can provide. I do recommend you contact Nordic Track directly, If you you need further assistance please reply to the thread below. Thank you for choosing Manage My Life.com.

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Maira -
Sears Technician
August 19, 2013
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Thank you TC and Maira for responding to my question. If the issue is with the Motor Circuit Board, is it something I can replace or is it something that I'll need and expert to do?

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Anonymous -
August 21, 2013
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you can install a controller just make sure the wires are on the same place as the one you remove. you will probably to need to recalibrate the speed pod and you will need the way to enter the calibration mode on the console from nordic track. if you can't get it from them just google calibrating a Nordic track console using your model # and can probably get the info online. if you post a picture of the controller I can tell you which is the speed pod on the controller.

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TC -
August 21, 2013
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HI TC, I ordered and installed the Motor control board and it resolved the original problem. But I went thru' the detailed instructions for calibrating the motor control board. I see no response at all. I turned the little screw on the control board as instructed little by little and it won't turn anymore to the clockwise direction. Still when I calibrate, and go to speed 85 (as instructed), the speed display shows zero on the console. Is this a bad motor control board or am I missing something here? Any response will be greately appreciated

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Anonymous -
September 07, 2013
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check the magnet on the front roller it will be on the pulley that the drive belt is on from the motor. there is a small magnet and it passes a sensor that sends the speed signal to the controller and then to the console showing your speed. sometimes the magnet falls out of the roller or the sensor bracket comes loose and is not facing the magnet. that sensor wire plugs into the motor controller.

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TC -
September 07, 2013
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TC, You were right on the point. The magnet had moved farther from the roller andwhen I moved it closer, I was able to calibrate the system. Many thanks and I wouldn't have done it w/o your help. Keep up the good job!

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Babu -
September 09, 2013
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no problem glad you got it resolved. sears says they have no info on Nordic track because they do there own service work. unless it is out of warranty then we will do a cash call on a nordic track and the techs have info on them. when you get the front cover off they are basically the same inside as a proform. by the way you saved yourself about 219.00 dollars plus what the motor controller cost you for one of us to come out and do that job you just did. another thing to keep your eye on is the friction of the belt. when the belt needs lubed and causes more friction the motor has to work harder and harder to keep the set speed you want to use and will over heat the motor causing it to fail early along with taking out the controller most times. testing the friction, just raise the incline up the whole way as far as it will go and give yourself a slight push standing at the front of the belt if you slide easily to the rear of the walking platform the belt is good but if you only slide a foot or so and stop then you need to lube the belt. checking that friction every 6 months and recalibrating the console on the treadmill every year will keep you from spending a lot on repairs and keep the treadmill in top shape. that's on average use. you can get treadmill belt lube online or at searspartsdirect. and watch a video on you tube of how to lube a treadmill belt if your not sure how it's done..

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TC -
September 09, 2013
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Q:

Filter for trans axle oil for craftsman tractor 917.273321

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The Managemylife web site is a good resource of information to find out what may be happening and what options are available to you. I'm sorry to hear about the difficulties with your Craftsman lawn tractor. I did some research at Managemylife website and found this expert answer to a similar question that may help until your expert can respond. I have attached the link below so you can check it out. I hope this will help out.

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James -
July 20, 2012
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Interchangeable filters are not always easy to locate. Napa's interchange web site offers a filter that appears close. You can view the information here; Filter . You can check with Napa for part #1084

I would recommend using the manufacturer approved part recommended by the expert in the link attached by James. You can get it here; Sears Parts Direct .

Thank you for using Manage My Life. Please respond if any further information or help is needed with the tractor.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
July 21, 2012
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The part number given in the manual is only available number for the filter. The manufacturer states that their filter has to be used on the transmission. The manufacturer gives 2 numbers, 182642 and 142912, for the filter so you may try to see if that can be cross referenced to a different brand, but do make sure the specs on the filter are the same as what is currently being used.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 21, 2012
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