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Question and Answers

Q:

My Craftsman 5.50 Torque Rating 22 in. Deck 2-n-1 Mulch-Side Discharge Push Lawn Mower shuts down. Why?

A:

This problem is usually related to the fuel or carburetor. Be sure the fuel in the mower is no older than 4 weeks.

If the fuel is good, the carburetor will need to be overhauled or replaced.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 17, 2009
Q:

Where is the drain plug on a Craftsman 2-n-1 Side Discharge Front Propelled law mower model 917.375611?

A:

I am sending you an image of the page in the owners manual that shows the oil drain plug. Sometimes the plug comes out with an allen wrench instead of the older square top plugs you used a wrench on.

I was surprised your mower showed this method. The late model Craftsman mowers usually show turning the lawnmower over and pouring the oil out of the oil fill tube. If you don't find a drain plug underneath the deck, drain or run the fuel out of the fuel tank and turn the mower on the side. Put the oil fill tube on the low side of the mower. Turn the mower over until the oil runs out of the oil fill tube (remove the dipstick) into a suitable container.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 10, 2009
Q:

My garage opener works fine in the warm months, why does the cold make the door difficult to close/open?

A:

From your description it sounds like the problem is in the door safety sensors rather than the mechanical drag on the door. Have you tried holding the button on the wall switch in? If the problem is in the door safety sensors you can override the sensors by holding the button on the wall switch in.

Bright sunlight can affect the infra-red transmission between the 2 sensors. Sometimes reversing the sensors will eliminate this problem.

Your garage door opener did not come with door safety sensors. I am assuming it has been upgraded to the door safety sensors. If it has not been upgraded you should buy a new safer garage door opener.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 14, 2008