Model #2155-4 JAW Lather drill chuck

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Q:

6inch vice jaw faces.

A:

Thank you for your question on the vise. This vise was made by Warren vise and it is now obselete.

I am sorry but I cannot verify that the part number you have given will fit that vise.

In recent years it has been very difficult to find replacement vise jaws because Warren is not longer in buisness. It was bought by Wilton and then Wilton was bought by Meir.

I am sorry that I cannot help you with the information as to if the part you found will work.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
July 11, 2012
Q:

Craftsman vise replacement jaws

A:

Thank you for your question on the jaws for the vise.

The parts you are looking have been superseded they are no longer available.

09 506 51777-41 JAW FACES 1 0.00 0.00 50651777 NLA - Part Unavailable for ordering. - Parts No Longer Available.

This information is from the parts system.

I am sorry that we can no longer provide you with these parts. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 10, 2011
Q:

What would cause all 4 burners to quit working?

A:

If the oven works and heats that would confirm that 220 vac is being supplied to the range. However since none of the surface burners will work there must be a break in one of the 2 lines of voltage being supplied to the left front burner switch. The incoming voltages to all 4 infinite switches are connected in parallel.

In order for all 4 surface burners to fail, Line 1 (L1) or Line 2 (L2) voltage is not being supplied to the left front burner infinite switch. There could be a loose or bad connection it the top harness connector for the burner elements.

I added an image of the wiring circuit. You will be only concerned with the left hand diagram showing the 4 infinite switches. The voltage supply to the L1 and L2 on infinite switches originates at the terminal block on the rear of the range where the incoming power supply is connected. Since all 4 burners quit working most likely it has a burnt or loose wiring connection either at the terminal block or at the left front burner infinite switch.

You should be able to find the problem by sliding the range out and removing the rear console panel and terminal block cover.

In order to diagnose the failure a volt/ohm meter is needed or you should be able to visually find the bad or burnt connection somewhere between the terminal block and the infinite switch.

NOTE: Disconnect power to the range before servicing the range.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
July 25, 2008