Model #32-1002-66-09 Frigidaire free standing, gas

  • Cover
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  • Backguard
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  • Backguard
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  • Cooktop Parts
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  • Door Parts
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  • Door Parts
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  • Burner, Manifold And Gas Control
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  • Burner, Manifold And Gas Control
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  • Burner, Manifold And Gas Control
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  • Burner, Manifold And Gas Control
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  • Broiler Drawer Parts
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  • Body Parts
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  • Control Panel
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Question and Answers

Q:

remington22lr model 66

A:

I see that Marc posted a link in the above response for the page on the Remington website that has the Owner's Manual links. That should help you find the manual for the Remington Model 66 rifle.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 26, 2012
Q:

my ignitor has 66 omhs instead of 40 omhs is this a problem

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting the information on the igniter.

Yes, I would change the igniter if the ohms are that far off. It needs to be real close to 40 ohms or it will not get hot enough satisfy the sensor and open the gas valves.

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
December 10, 2010
Q:

The power does not come on my Protron TV.. The cord is good and the tv is only 3 years old.

A:

Unplug the set and plug it back in, hit the power button a few times and repeat. Since you don't mention a power surge or the losing power then it could be a failure in the TV itself. This TV has a power supply board that is in charge of converting your AC into DC and distributing it to where it needs to go. My first guess would be that some filter capacitors have gone bad and the voltage is slightly off. That is why attempting to turn it on multiple times can get it on. This is not a fix but an indicator that you are on the right track. Find a local shop and see if they are willing to take a look inside for you. A lot of the times, the caps are visible swollen and can be replaced to get it working again. If the technician cannot see anything wrong visibly then it becomes a challenge to find what is missing since there is little service information on these sets.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
June 02, 2010