Model #ST12 THERMADOR Counter Unit Electric

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Q:

Is there mulching blades for my tractor?

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I understand that you need help with converting the mulching blades on your lawn tractor. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached some helpful links below that may provide information to assist you with your question. Have a great day!

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Alina F. -
April 05, 2012
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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I understand your concern with trying to find mulching blades for your tractor. We are here to help. To convert your tractor to mulching, you would need a mulching kit. The discharge chute has to be blocked, besides the blades. Due to the age of your tractor, this is no listing for a mulching kit. I did find blades, but it is possible it would not mount properly. I provided you with the retail part number 24665, and 24676. These mulching blades are for a 42" mowing deck. I suggest you go to you local Sears store and look at the blades. The star in the middle may be a problem. I hope this helps.

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John H -
Sears Technician
April 06, 2012
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I have a 106.55616400 fridge. Fridger does not stay closed and gasket seems too thick.

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I know that this can be a very frustrating process. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I have found a link that provides the instructions for replacing the door seal. I would suggest that before you replace this that you relevel the refrigerator. The unit should be higher in the front to tilt the frige back. This allows for the doors to close on their own and to seal more tightly. If this does not help, then replace the seal. I hope this helps you.

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aashe -
July 05, 2011
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I can understand your concern about the fridge door not staying closed. Now, if the gasket is making a good seal and is not torn, it should not need to be replaced. It's not unusual for a gasket to be thicker then the other gasket. It's also not unusual for the door to pop open, especially if the doors are being closed too hard sometimes. If the door is popping open too easy, I would suspect the door closers # 2182179 (upper) and # 2155311 (lower) may need to be replaced. If you would like to replace the gasket, I'm sending you a picture with instructions to replace this type of gasket. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, any additional details will be helpful and I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
July 06, 2011
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Did my last reply get saved? I seemed to have lost it.

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andrew -
July 06, 2011
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Thank you Scott. When I hit the REPLY button before I lost my entire response so I guess the safe way to use this forum is to type up questions in Word and then past them. The liner looks to be in excellent condition (except for it appearing to be over expanded which you said is fine) and the door pops open even if we gently close it so the problem must lie elsewhere. 1) Maesto aashe suggested the fridge should be tilted towards the rear. Our fridge has such a tilt already but it is very slight. Can you quantify this? Should the front be �� higher? �� higher? Or more ? 2) I looked up the two door closer parts on searspartsdirect.com and found #2182179 which was labled #10 on the diagram. The diagram shows it as the lower CAM and not the upper. And # 2155311 is not shown at all. Can you confirm that these are the right part numbers? 3) How exactly do the door closers (CAMs) work? They don�t seem to have any moveable parts. 4) I like that the CAMs are only $5 each. Are there instructions on how to replace them? Thanks, Andrew

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andrew -
July 06, 2011
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I'm sorry for the confusion. The upper door closer (cam) # 2182179 is showing to be the top cam on my parts list. The lower closer # 2155311 will be in the cabinet section on the parts list. The upper closer attaches to the bottom of the fridge door and the lower closer attaches to the bottom door hinge. To replace these parts, the door will need to be taken off. First turn the unit off and be sure to remove everything from the door. Take the top door hinge loose and you will be able to lift the door up off the lower hinge and lay it down. Now you can remove the screws holding the closers in place and install the new closers. If you would like more assistance, any additional details will be helpful.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
July 07, 2011
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Thank you. My other two questions were: What do the door cams do and can you quantify how many fractions of an inch the front of the fridge be higher than the back.

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andrew -
July 07, 2011
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The door cams help hold the door closed and also help keep the door opened when it reaches a certain point. When tilting the unit back to help the doors close, the only determination of how far is, when the doors close freely by themselves. It could be a 1/4" or less or it may be a 1/2". I hope this helps you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
July 07, 2011
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Thanks again. When I open the freezer door 3-6 inches it closes by itself. When I do the same with the fridge door, it just stays put, in an open position. Seems like the cam(s) are the issue. I'll be ordereing a couple.

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andrew -
July 07, 2011
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Oh, and can you tell me the water filter part number (whatever it is that gets replaced) for my fridge ?

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andrew -
July 07, 2011
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The water filter for this refrigerator is # 9030 and is available at the link listed below.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
July 07, 2011
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Q:

What type of oil is specified for my lawn tractor?

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Tecumseh made the engine for your Craftsman ST12 lawn tractor and they recommend SAE 30-weight oil for normal summer use. If you prefer a multi-grade you can run 10W30 but 10W40 is not recommended. In my experience, these motors tend to run a little hotter and consume a little more oil when you use a multi-grade during warmer weather.

Your profile did not state where you lived, but if you use the unit in temperatures below 32 degrees then Tecumseh does recommend switching to a multi-grade, either 5W20 or 5W30. If a multi-grade is not available use a SAE 10 oil.

Remember to complete your Manage my Home profile and you can view manuals online to get all your service specifications.

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expert -
Sears Technician
February 18, 2008