Model #R-43 SEARS Projector

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Q:

Lamp Replacement on Sears Easi-load R 43 Slide Projector Model # 837.98430 83798430 Lxi Sears, easi-load slide projectors

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Thank you for contacting Searspartsdirect.com with your question about your television. I am sorry you are having issues with you TV. I know the TV is a key part of our daily lives and know you want to get it working as soon as possible. We are unable to give any information on televisions. In this case I would recommend having a qualified technician test and repair your television. Internal components of the TV can retain dangerous high electrical charges even when the TV is disconnected. So as a safety precaution we do not give advice on repairing TVs. If you wish to have service set up you can do so at www.searshomeservices.com.

Thank you for your understanding of the situation. Again thank you for choosing Sears we appreciate your business. 

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Benny23 -
Sears Technician
June 02, 2015
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Hi Benny 23, I am not trying to replace a lamp in a TV. It is in our slide projector. This should be a simple replacement by any owner and not require a service appointment. So far your reply has not been helpful. Sandy

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Sandra -
June 02, 2015
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This is not acceptable

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Sandra -
June 02, 2015
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Benny 23, I took the projector to our local photo shop and the young man there was able to replace the lamp for me, free of charge! Sorry to say that your responses were not helpful, in fact they have been unacceptable.

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Sandra -
June 03, 2015
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I have a stack-able Maytag Neptune W/D and my washer won't engage in the spin cycle. Why is the water pump still is pumping water but no spinning?

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A Maytag washer is an appliance that everyone depends on and when it does not function properly, it is something you would want to repair as soon as possible. I am attaching a few links on other washer with similar issue which may help while waiting for an expert answer.

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Anna T -
May 15, 2012
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Thanks but both of the links suggested didn't help.

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Chris -
May 15, 2012
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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I understand how frustrating it is having trouble with your washer not spinning. We are here to help. The water pump on your machine has its own motor. It does not rely on the main motor to reverse. Based on what you said, the circuit board and the wax motor may be bad. This is how you can tell. The resistor R11 is on the machine control board located above the dryer, mounted to the top panel. If the R-11 resistor is burnt, this would indicate that the wax motor and the machine control board will need replaced together. Here is a copy of the R11 and other resistor locations. A multimeter would help you test the components. I hope this helps.

To order parts please visit SearsPartsDirect.com with the model number.

If you do not feel comfortable repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears Technician. You may visit SearsHomeServices.com and click on the red next now button.

Please feel free to let me know if you need further assistance. We are always here to help.

Thank you for using ManageMyLife.com.

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John H -
Sears Technician
May 16, 2012
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Thank you for the info. After careful examination of the machine control board I noticed the resistor R43 is fried. Could this cause the problem I'm having with the washer not spinning out?

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Chris -
May 18, 2012
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Chris, You found the problem. When the wax motor fails it will the overheat Q6 triac. This will cause Q6 to short out which applies 120 VAC to the center lead (gate) of triac which burns R11. R43 can also burn when the wax motor fails. So the control board and wax motor needs to be replaced.

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John H -
Sears Technician
May 19, 2012
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Hi John, The wax motor does work it locks the door and the light comes on so does this mean that I will have to replace it and the machine control board also? Thanks, Chris

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Chris -
May 19, 2012
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Chris, That is a good sign of the wax motor. If the door is still locked and light on in the spin cycle then it is good. Generally the door locks in the beginning, but unlocking during the spin cycle causing the high current draw which burned the resistor. It is possible if the wax motor is OK, you may be able to get away with changing Q6 triac and the R43 resistor. However, you have to know electronics and know how to solder on circuit boards.

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John H -
Sears Technician
May 21, 2012
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Well I have replaced the machine control board and the wax motor does indeed work but I'm still having the same problem. What else could be causing the spin cycle not to spin out?

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Chris -
May 23, 2012
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Chris, Check for a stuck button on the door lock enable switch in the door lock mechanism. You can check this at the machine control board by checking for continuity across P3(7)yl 36 to p3(1)/rd23. If the door is unlocked and there is continuity, the switch button is stuck. At the end of the wash cycle, the machine control monitors the door lock enable switch to see when the lock is disengaged. If the switch is stuck, the washer will continue to tumble till the door unlocks,even though the door is actually unlocked. Replace the door lock mechanism.

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John H -
Sears Technician
May 24, 2012
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