Model #3142 PEERLESS Faucet

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Q:

Oil capacity for transaxle

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I can definitely understand your need for the amount of oil to put in the transaxle of your tractor. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. At this time, I was unable to locate information that would be helpful in regards to your question. Some of these questions that are asked will need specific research and will be answered by an expert with-in two business days but usually sooner.

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Julio -
June 25, 2013
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Refill through the vent hole in top until oil comes out the check hole on the side. Approx 3 and 1/4 quarts of 20w-50.

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Anonymous -
June 25, 2013
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This transmission will take about 3 to 3-1/4 qts of 20W50 motor oil. If you remove the vent from the hole and then measure from the edge of the hole down to the oil it should measure to about 1.25 to 1.5 inches from hole edge to oil.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
June 26, 2013
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Whan is the resistents on the heater part #2166124 10672202201 Kenmore Refrigerator

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Searspartsdirect.com is always a great resource to find the answers to your parts questions. Your Sears partsdirect expert will research your question and respond within two business days but usually sooner. Thank you for using Searspartsdirect.com!

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Yadira B -
June 09, 2013
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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I understand how frustrating it is having trouble with  the defrost system in the refrigerator. We are here to help. The defrost heater should measure between 31-42 ohm. The defrost thermostat should read open and during the defrost cycle zero ohms. The image below is the schematic of the refrigerator. The defrost timer is located in the control board. Since there is no water going to the ice maker, water is not splashing out of the fill tube clogging the drain hole. The normal cause of the drain hole getting plugged with ice is, water going down the drain and freezing. Also, A drain can freeze up if the temperature gets excessively cold (below zero). Sometimes air will migrate up the drain tube, creating moisture and freeze. Also make sure there is no obstruction in the drain trough under the evaporator. Sometimes  there is no explanation for it freezing up. There is a heat probe # 819043 that can be installed, to help prevent this type of problem. It's available at SearsPartsDirect . It's easy to install and will come with instructions.  I hope this helps.

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John H -
Sears Technician
June 10, 2013
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Thank you very much. It may be the temp was too low. it was set on highest setting. Thank you again Doug

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Douglas -
June 11, 2013
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defroster doesn't work

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The refrigerator not defrosting can be very frustrating. I found some basic information for you that I am hoping will help you out. I am adding the link below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response. I do hope that this will help you out.

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Marc -
August 07, 2012
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Marc, Thank you for your reply. Let me tell you what I've done so far. I have checked the defrost timer by manually advancing the timer until I hear a click and tested to see if I get continuity with the bi-metalic switch. Yes I get continuity (terminals 1 & 2), I continued to advance the timer and check to see if I get continuity to the compressor and Yes I do. (terminals 1 & 4) Than I went to check the line that has the capacitor in series but not sure how to test that and couldn't get a reading when I checked for continuity on terminals 1 &3. Next I check the continuity on the heating coil and did get continuity. What should I do to test terminals 1 & 3 and is there something else that I'm missing?

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Bill Whitney -
August 07, 2012
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Hi,

Thank you for your question. It is concerning when the refrigerator is not functioning correctly. I checked the wiring diagram for you and the part that supplies the voltage to the defrost heater is the defrost timer. The defrost terminator is in the circuit, as well as the defrost heater.
If you wish to do the repair as a project, here are some things to check.
The timer is located inside the top panel of the refrigerator section. The panel needs to be pulled down to get to the timer. After getting access to the timer you can take a flat blade screwdriver and turn the small screw in the center of the timer until a loud click is heard. The unit is now in defrost. The wires you would need to check are the pink to the white. The voltage reading should be 120 volts AC. If there is no voltage on the pink to white, check the voltage from orange to white, if the reading is 120 volts AC replace the timer.
If there is 120 volts AC on the pink to white, UNPLUG the refrigerator from the wall and ohm the pink to white wires, the reading should be 31 to 42 ohms.
If the reading is open circuit test the test plug with the pink and brown wire in the plug. The reading should be 0 ohms. If the reading is open circuit replace the bimetal. If the reading is 0 ohms then you can ohm the brown wire in the test plug to the white wire at the timer, the reading should be 31 to 42 ohms, if it is reading open circuit, gain access to the evaporator coils and ohm out the defrost heater. Good reading is 31-42 ohms, if ohms read open circuit, replace the heater.

If you would like a Sears Home Services technician to come out and troubleshoot for you follow the link.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance please include more details in a reply to this post.

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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
August 08, 2012
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