Model #137 Husqvarna chainsaw, gas

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Q:

I have a tractor model no. 917.275810. The float bowl and needle assembly have come off. How do u reinstall?

A:

You will normally need the carburetor overhaul kit to properly reassemble the carburetor. There are no instructions that normally come with the overhaul kit or the parts. A mechanic or technician will normally pay close attention to how parts on the carburetor are assembled as a reference for reassembly. If you have never pulled apart a carburetor and overhauled it, I recommend that you have a service technician perform this task. Here is a link for the Sears Service website: Sears Home Services .

If you are going to try and reassemble the carburetor yourself, here are some general tips:

Remove the screws holding the carburetor to the fuel tank and engine. Remove the carburetor from the fuel tank and engine. Take pictures of the carburetor linkage or make notes for assembly.

Lay out the parts in the overhaul kit and locate and replace the parts in the carburetor with the parts from the kit.

The new parts will go on just as the old ones come off.

NOTE: The overhaul kit includes part 137. The part 975 should include everything in the box (bowl and parts 137, 276 and 1127). You may be ordering duplicate parts.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 24, 2010
Q:

Drill press switch

A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem getting the switch. By looking at the image you sent and the image of the part on our parts website these are the same switch. if the switch is defective you have to replace the whole switch. If the switch came apart that is ok. Just remove the remaining parts of the switch, push the new switch in the hole, and connect the wires.

Please reply below if you need further assistance on the drill.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 24, 2012
A:

Hi Harold, I am a little confused. If you could please reply below with a model number and possibly, an image of the switch parts from the drill press. Then I should be able to find a complete switch for you.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 25, 2012
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Thank you for the reply. I think you have the correct switch this time. To remove the switch, unplug the drill press and gain access to back of the switch. When looking at the backside of the switch you should see 4 tabs. You have to push these tabs down. Once you have them pushed, push out on the switch. The switch should come out. This can be tricky to do but the good news is you are replacing it so you do not have to worry about breaking it. Just click on the image below to enlarge them. Please let me know if you run into problems.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 25, 2012
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Q:

Dishwasher failing to heat properly

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The 120 degree water temperature should be hot enough for that dishwasher. It is true that once the water enters the dishwasher tub that it will be about 105 degrees in most situations. As water begins to enter the tub, you will probably be filling with cooler water that is sitting in the fill line. Once the hotter 120 degree water enters the dishwasher and mixes with the cooler water, the end result will probably be fill water that is around 105 degrees. The dishwasher has some options that are described in the owner's manual that Anna T. posted in that above response. Here is another link for that same manual that may be easier to navigate: Owner's Manual for Whirlpool Dishwasher WDF530PAYT2 . The Hi-Temp Wash option will heat water during the wash portions of that cycle. You can use the Sani Rinse option to sanitize your dishes. That Sani Rinse option is described in the first image below. It uses 155 degree water that meets the sanitation standards for residential dishwashers. You can use the Hi-Temp Wash and the Sani Rinse options to see if the dishes dry properly. Keep in mind that plastic will not dry well in the dishwasher since they do not retain heat. Rinse aid is recommended for proper drying of the glass, metal and ceramic dishes. That rinse aid will cause the final rinse water to sheen off the dishes and will promote proper drying. I recommend that you continue to use rinse aid. I am not aware of any need for food particles to be left on dishes during the wash cycle for the dishes to dry properly. Pre-rinsing the dishes can cause the problem that is described in the second image below. The technician in generally correct in the guidance that he provided. I hope that this additional information further explains the operation of that dishwasher. Since that dishwasher is an HE (High Efficiency) model, it will use less water than other models that you may be used to.

If the dishwasher is apparently not heating the water properly, then you may need to have it checked by a technician. If it is under warranty, then you can call Whirlpool at 1-800-253-1301. If the dishwasher is not under warranty, then you can schedule service through this page: Sears Home Services .

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 01, 2012

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