Model #22RW-4K-49 Magic Chef range sub assemblies

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Question and Answers

Q:

craftsman chainsaw 358.350601 part #49

A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the handle. In 18 years, I do not think I have ever replaced the springs in the handle. I searched for the instructions for installing the springs but did not have any luck. I was able to find out the instructions come with the set of isolators. I tried to get a copy of the instructions but I think it will be a while for these. If you need the instructions, I recommend ordering a set of isolators. The cost of the isolators is about $8.00. They can be ordered from the following link.

Isolator kit for Craftsman chain saw 545006036

Please let me know if you need further assistance.

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Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
April 05, 2012
Q:

KENMORE DRYER 110.72062100 WON'T START. DIAGNOSTIC TEST SHOWS "49" INSTEAD OF "88". THE DIAGNOSTIC TESTING WORKED EXCEPT FOR THE FACT THAT 49 WAS ALWAYS IN THE

A:

Since the 88 initially appears, the control panel with the LED display is apparently okay. This type of problem would likely be caused by a failed electronic control board.

Since the entire diagnostic test was successful except for the 49 being displayed instead of the 88, the control board may still be working properly in regards to other functions. Since the dryer is not starting, I recommend that you open and shut the door to see if the control is detecting the change of state in the door and beeping. If not, then you could have a bad door switch or a failed control board. A wiring failure between the door switch and the control could be causing this problem.

I provided additional troubleshooting help for the dryer not starting that is provided in the link above provided by Celene.

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

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 26, 2010
Q:

Ref. Your Ans. of 3-4-09. You mentioned removing Item 49 after removing the pulley.

A:

You are correct, item 49 is the tapered shaft the pulley mounts on. I talked with another tech here and we decided you don't need to remove item 49 to get the quill out. If you do want to remove item 49, after the quill drops out the bottom, you can access the retaining ring, item 48, from the bottom.

The quill should now slide out from the bottom. You might need to clamp a pair of vice grips to the spindle and tap on the vise grips to remove the quill.

The bearings and the quill are just tight in the housing. They should come out.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 10, 2009