Model #3754 PEERLESS Faucet

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Q:

Compression ratio & RPM for Craftsman 4-cycle engine #143354092

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Alina F. -
July 23, 2011
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I cannot find the compression ratio listed for that engine but I believe it's around 8.5:1, if I'm not mistaken. The RPMs should be around 3200, and that can fluctuate to some extent.

Since Tecumseh is no longer making engines there is not a replacement engine available to replace this with. If you need a replacement engine I recommending finding one that has the same size crank shaft (external) as this one. Obviously there may be a degree of modification to get another brand engine to sit exactly has this one does on the machine.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2011
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Wade, Thanks for your answer. We've had to disassemble this engine for an Engineering school project. According to your figures, my analytical model gives me 5.37 bhp and brake torque of 8.82 ft lb @ 3200 RPM. Of course there is some error, but is this in the ballpark for a 0.14 L (143.6 CC) L-head engine? What is the HP rating for this engine?

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Kel -
July 24, 2011
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It looks like they rated it at 3.75-4HP from what I can tell. So you're numbers wouldn't be considered too far out of range given the variables of a gasoline engine and the fact that engines used to be rated somewhat low at times.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
July 25, 2011
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Q:

freezer not freezing mod# 106.53659300

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I understand the fridge is working but not the freezer. Hope you did not have much food in there. One of the first places I look is the owner's manual. I attached the link to your refrigerator manual below. I also found a similar question and added it. It may help while you wait for the expert answer.

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Barbara H. -
July 29, 2010
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Thank you :) I appreciate your sympathy and the links.

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Schuyler_Nemeth -
July 29, 2010
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The part you describe is the compressor. What you hear is the start relay failing to start the compressor and the overload cutting the power to the relay and capacitor.

You need to replace the start relay, capacitor, and overload on the compressor. The cover will come off and the parts are easy to replace.

The part numbers and prices are:

46 106 2220475 1 58.42 START-DEVICE, COMBINATION (START RELAY AND OVERLOAD) FOR PRODUCTION COMPRESSOR ONLY 46 106 4387764 1 72.25 CAPACITOR (SERVICE) 46 106 4387835 1 37.54 OVERLOAD (SERVICE COMPRESSOR ONLY)

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 30, 2010
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Mr. K. Thank you for the help :) I may be late in asking this, but would this also make my entire refrigerator stop cooling? I didn't notice before, but it wasn't only my freezer that has stopped cooling, but also my fridge.

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Schuyler_Nemeth -
July 31, 2010
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Q:

How do I change the starter on my 2001 KIA Sportage?

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According to the KIA technicians’ reference, here is the process of replacing your starter.

  1. Remove old starter.
  2. Connect B-terminal wire.
  3. Install washer and nut on B-terminal and tighten.
  4. Connect S-terminal.
  5. Lower intake manifold bracket into position and insert the two upper bolts.
  6. Raise and support vehicle.
  7. Place starter in position.
  8. Insert the two upper starter bolts.
  9. Insert lower starter bolt. NOTE: The starter may require adjustment after installation. If required, rotate the starter slightly to provide proper clearance.
  10. Tighten the three starter bolts. Tighten the bolts to 27-40 lb-ft (37-54 N•m).
  11. Insert lower bracket bolts and tighten. Tighten the bolts to 27-40 lb-ft (37-54 N•m)
  12. Position clutch release cylinder and install bolts. Tighten the bolts to 27-40 lb-ft (37-54 N•m)
  13. Tighten the two upper intake manifold bolts. Tighten the bolts to 27-40 lb-ft (37-54 N•m)
If you require further assistance please resubmit question with more details. I will be looking forward to helping you again in the near future.

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Landell -
Sears Technician
January 04, 2010