Model #20135 JENN-AIR Slide-In Range, Electric

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Replacing belt pulley on tiller

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Being able to remove the pulley is important. I did some research on the model and part number but was not able to find the instructions on removing the pulley. Your expert will be able to help answer your question. It may take two business days. I do hope that everything works out on the tiller.

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Marc -
March 01, 2013
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Marc - Thanks - This looks like a great site for getting help. I appreciate your feedback and I am looking forward to getting the answer I need (hopefully before the new transmission gets here ;-))

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Patrick -
March 01, 2013
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The pulley should just slide onto the shaft. Most likely it has rusted onto the shaft. You mentioned that you've already tried lubricating it and tapping on it. Give it some more penetrating oil and try tapping again after it's sat for a while (give oil a chance to penetrate). If that does not do any good you can use a puller to remove the pulley. You can pick up a harmonic balancer puller from an auto parts store (or perhaps just rent one from them) and it should get the pulley off. If you have a propane torch, you can heat the shaft up until it's orange and then the pulley is very likely going to free up.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
March 03, 2013
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Wade - Thank you for the response. I oiled the shaft several times over a couple of days, but it wouldn't budge when tapping, even with a small sledge hammer. I got out my butane torch, but the heat apparently transferred faster than I could heat up the shaft. It got hot, but not orange. The pulley still would not budge. I made up a puller using a heavy steel bracket with holes lined up with the two holes on the pulley and with a larger hole centered on the shaft. I put a heavy duty nut between the bracket and shaft, then used a breaker bar to tighten the bolt enough to eventually remove the pulley. I mentioned all that in case others might benefit from knowing that you can make a puller using basic materials. Thank you very much for your advice. You got me thinking in the right direction and the pulley is now removed and ready to install on the new transmission when it arrives. This site is a great service for consumers. You gave me the information I needed. Thanks again!

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Patrick -
March 04, 2013
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When you go back with the pulley, make sure to coat the shaft with some anti-seize compound. I should have mentioned that initially and I managed to forget. That helps insure against this happening again in the future.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
March 07, 2013
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Thanks Wade - I already reinstalled it. I didn't have any anti-seize compound, but I did put some lubricating oil on it. It was a tight fit, but it went on. Now that I have a home-made puller to remove it, I don't think I will have that problem again. Actually, I hope I won't have to remove it again for a long, long time ;-).

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Patrick -
March 07, 2013
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Problem with stovetop. Layer of glass formed under pot that was burnt. Layer was removed and glass had hairline crack. Can I still use the other burners?

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I can understand how difficult this can be to live with. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I have found a link that may provide some information on the issue. It is safe to use the other burners, but not the one with the crack. I would recommend that the top be replaced. I hope this helps you.

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aashe -
July 11, 2011
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It is possible the hairline crack you see is a scratch instead of a crack. I would use the other burners for awhile and see if the crack gets worse. If the crack does not change, try using the cracked burner with a pot with 1/2 inch of water in it. If the glass breaks 1/2 inch of water won't be too hard to clean up.

You can order a new range top from Parts Direct The part number for a new range top is 316456213, and the price is $201.35.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 14, 2011
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