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Kenmore Compactormodel #66513614101

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Trash Compactor is making loud noise

my Kenmore trash compactor (66513614101) is making a loud noise. Upon inspection and reviewing the parts breakout it appears that the plastic "Ram Stop" on both threaded drives have been destroyed. All the gears and chain are in good condition and well greased. I've ordered replacement Ram Stops but I'm wondering how to get them installed. Do I remove the entire threaded drive assembly from the bottom to get those on?

Posted December 10, 2012


Stel, December 10, 2012

the ram stop part i've ordered from sears is 9870037 (i'm getting 2 as both have been destroyed).

Joseph , December 10, 2012

i am sorry that you are having some difficulties with your trash compactor and i will be happy to help. i did some research and i was able to find a link that will provide you with some good information. i am also adding a second link in where you can set service to have your compactor repaired by a certified technician. i hope this helps with your repairs while you wait for your expert response.

Fred M, December 11, 2012

this is an ambitious do-it-yourself project. the top panel will need to be removed then the ram pulled out. the unit will need to be laid on it's side to access the nuts holding the power screws. remove the nuts to remove the power screws. i hope this helps. good luck.

Stel, December 12, 2012

ok so i got the parts to day and one of the power screws was extremely easy to remove and replace the ram stop on. the other one will not unscrew from the ram. i'm unscrewing it and when the top of the thread gets to the plastic not on the ram it stops. any ideas? thanks in advance. stel

Stel, December 12, 2012

also a suggestion on the type of grease to re-grease the cogs with on the bottom of the power screws.

Fred M, December 15, 2012

try heat or oil soak on the nut. the grease for the power screws is part number 675351 and can be obtained from the following link: searspartsdirect .


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