Model #9510 SHARP Countertop Microwave

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Question and Answers

Q:

DLT 3000 Won't start unless it's jumped

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I've sent you a reply to your question a moment or two ago regarding valve adjustment David. If you are going to jump the tractor from an automobile just make sure to not have the auto running. The auto charging system can easily overpower the system on the tractor. Will forward question for you David. Have a nice morning.

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Henry -
July 11, 2013
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Thank you for submitting your question. I understan your concern and I will be happy to assist you with your tractor. I show your question has been previously answered for both the valves and the unit not jumping. Please click on the hyperlinks to review this information. If you still require further assistance for this repair, please reply back to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Tykara -
Sears Technician
July 12, 2013
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Last night I took both of the valve covers off and there wasn't a gap on either of the 4 valves. I left it that way since I wasn't sure. Both videos I watched showed the gap too large and sloppy. I didn't want to take a chance since both videos I watched were of different tractors. While I was putting another new battery in I noticed a wire on the regulator was real lose. I tightened it down. The mower started right up. I cut grass last night. I will test it tonight when I get home from work. I did notice while the mower was running that the charger on the mower displyed it charging around 9.5/10 volts. Shouldn't this be more like 12 and above? Thank you for your help

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David -
July 12, 2013
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Hey David, I just stumbled across this thread and wanted to throw in my two cents. Tractors are just like vehicles, they need 12 volts to run but should be receiving around 13 volts when in use. 

To find out if the battery is charging, you will need to use a multimeter and test the output voltage of the battery with the engine off and when it's running. With no load and no charge on the battery, the multimeter reading in DC should be about 12.6 volts. With the engine up and running, your multimeter should read about 13-14 volts. 

However, without being able to start the tractor unless it's jumped, I think we need to test voltage to the solenoid. If you haven't already, I recommend checking the fuse. The fuse is located behind the dash. I have also included a wiring diagram you can follow to test voltage to the solenoid to trace the issue. 

Once you verify 12 volts on the battery, follow my diagram and check voltage on all the blue dots. After the battery check, have someone sit on the tractor and hold the brake pedal while turning the key to start position.

If you have 12 volts all the way to the white wire on the solenoid, the solenoid or the starter is defective.  To determine whether it's the starter or solenoid, short the two large posts on the solenoid together with a screwdriver. Once shorted the starter should run.

If by chance you don't see the wiring diagram I attached, click here to be directed to ManageMyLife.com to see the attachment.  

Hopefully this guides you through the troubleshooting, if you have any further questions or inquires, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for using ManageMyLife.com

 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
August 28, 2013
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Craftsman DLT 3000 won't start unless it's jumped

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I know that it can be very inconvenient for you not to have your mower working properly.  While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have added a helpful link (click here) that may provide information to assist you with your question.

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Yadira B -
July 10, 2013
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This will most likely be a problem with the valves on your engine. The valves have a compression release mechanism made into the system. This causes too much compression and the starter is not able to spin past it.

Do the procedure, as shown in the video, and you should be back to starting the tractor normally in no time.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 11, 2013
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Last night I took both of the valve covers off and there wasn't a gap on either of the 4 valves. I left it that way since I wasn't sure. Both videos I watched showed the gap too large and sloppy. I didn't want to take a chance since both videos I watched were of different tractors. While I was putting another new battery in I noticed a wire on the regulator was real lose. I tightened it down. The mower started right up. I cut grass last night. I will test it tonight when I get home from work. I did notice while the mower was running that the charger on the mower displyed it charging around 9.5/10 volts. Shouldn't this be more like 12 and above? Thank you for your help

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David -
July 13, 2013
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I'm glad you didn't touch anything. When I answered this question initially I could not get any diagrams to download for it. I can now. Your engine is a Kohler and does not have adjustable valves.

Scrap my initial response as I was going on the assumption that your tractor has a Briggs engine and it does not.

Check this: Start your engine and measure the voltage at the battery. When the engine is at full throttle, you should read about 13-14VDC at the battery. If you do not, then check at the regulator to see if you have DC voltage (13-14) there (check on inside, black, wire) and then check to see if you have about 28-35 VAC on the 2 outside (white) wires.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
July 13, 2013
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Wade, thank you. I will check the voltage this weekend. After installing another new battery and tighting that lose wire the mower has started 3 times in a row. Last night it wouldn't start again. I jumped and noticed the gage only reading about 3 amps. I first thought that was the charge of the system but I'm assuming it's the battery. I did buy a new regularor and plan to install that as well.. Thank you for your help.

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David -
July 19, 2013
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Strobing Horizon RE7.6

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The problem with the screen can be very frustrating. I did some research on your model number but was not able to find a solution. Your expert will be able to help answer your question. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope that everything works out.

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Marc -
January 07, 2013
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Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the elliptical. If the console is lighting up and blanking out I recommend checking the electrical connections from the power outlet to the console. If all of the connections are fine you will need to check the voltage going into the elliptical from the power supply. You should have at least 6 volts DC. If you have this reading the voltage to console. If you have the voltage going to the console the console is likely the problem. The parts can ordered from the following link.

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Matthew -
January 10, 2013
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Matthew, I am glad to hear you have the elliptical working without any explosion. I am sorry about the service you received at the parts store. I am not sure why there was that big of a price difference in the power supplies. If the part numbers were the same then Parts direct will price match. I the store had a universal power supply and Parts direct had the original power supply that would explain the difference in price. I most every case an aftermarket part will be less than an original replacement. We have a return policy that is similar if not the same as all part supply companies in that we usually do not return opened/installed electrical parts. The reason is we have no way to know if the part is good or bad. For instance. If the electrical wires in the elliptical were shorted and you plugged in the new power supply to test operation. It would have shorted the power supply and not fixed the problem. Now you return the power supply thinking it is still good but in fact, it was shorted and now does not work. I know yours was not shorted I used it as an example. I hope this explains why we have this policy. We will exchange defective electrical parts if defective. Thank you for using Manage my life. Mark.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
January 13, 2013
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