Model #743 PORTER CABLE Saw Circular

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Q:

how to set the gap between the flywheel and igntion module on a leaf blower model # 358.794 743 358794743 Craftsman Blower

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

The air gap should be set between .010"-.012". It will be about the thickness of an index card. Just loosen it up unil it can be set with a feeler gauge and then tighten it up once set at the proper gap. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
May 20, 2015
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Difference between probe sensor and Oven temp sensor MER6775AAB Maytag Maytag cooking

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Thank you for being Sears’ valued member and for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your question about the parts for your Maytag oven model MER6775AAB. I am so sorry the difference between the probe sensor and the oven temperature sensor were not clear on our website. I will be happy to help you with this.

The probe sensor, part number 74003095 (substitute part number 743P044-60) is for the upper oven. This is the part that prices for $15.49. The oven temperature sensor, part number 74004943 (substitute part number 12001656) is for the lower oven and prices at $42.38. I apologize that the photograph shown for the upper oven is the wrong photo. We used the same photo for both elements, but they are different. I have submitted a request to have the photo corrected and hopefully that will resolve the confusion about the right part to order for the oven.

I hope this answers your question. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business.

 

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
November 17, 2014
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Traction 536887992 Craftsman Snowthrower, gas

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Hi this is Tim, owner of same model. When you enage drive you are engagining friction wheel(part number 212- drive diagram) against input pulley(part number 480 auger- housing diagram). Remove rear plate(the one that you would kick if you raised your boot to kick the rear of the machine for not running). When you look in you will see a wheel with a solid rubber tire around it. This wheel runs from front to rear of machine. It makes contact with input pulley which runs side to side, so it look like a letter "T" so to speak. When the engine is running the input pulley is moving. When you are squeezing your drive lever you will see the friction wheel come into contact with input pulley thus moving machine. If you do this and it does not go in any gear forward or reverse, you have to make the adjustment to bring the friction gear closer to input pulley. I believe this can be done by adjusting clutch cable on drive cable bracket(part 743-handle diagram) Part 743 is not labeled on handle diagram, scroll down to find part 743 and click on it to see pictuere of it. To confirm this before you complete this job call the help number for technical confirmation that this is the proper adjustment to do. Hope this helps.

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Tim -
February 17, 2014
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Tim is spot on, the traction adjustment is under the rubber boot on the traction cable, a simple procedure. The owners manual is free to read or download at Sears Partsdirect and the adjustment descripion and diagram is on page 24.

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madgolfer -
February 18, 2014
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