Model #32-1272-32-05 FRIGIDAIRE Free Standing, Gas

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Q:

what does f 32 mean on model number 461970235742

A:

The number you provided as a model number is NOT a model number. Without having the model number I will only be able to provide general information. The "F-32" fault code indicates a water level pressure switch failure. The water level pressure switch will likely need to be removed and replaced. The water level pressure switch is located underneath the top and mounted on the right hand side. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before removing the top.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 11, 2010
Q:

Regarding a Sears 32 year old radial arm saw.

A:

Thank you for the question on the radial arm saw motor stalling in a piece of wood and now will not run.

You may be able to fix it if you did not smell any odor coming from the windings.

There is a start switch and a start capacitor and either one or both may have failed.

First remove power to the saw.

If you will take the blade guard and the blade off the saw and the raise the arm a few inches and then pivot the motor so the blade shaft is pointing towards the table top.

Then look on the motor cover for the recessed screws that holds the two half's of the motor cover together and remove the motor cover.

On one end of the motor there is a flat start switch that may have melted the run contacts together when the motor got stuck in the wood.

They are correct in that this motor is no longer available. They were built by Emerson electric specifically for the radial saw manufacturing division and not used on any other brand.

I am sorry but I do not know of any radial arm saw motor repair shops that rebuild the motor any longer. You may find a local electric motor shop that is willing to do the repair.

Carefully remove the switch and make sure you can see where the finger of the switch is located on the mechanism for re-installing the switch. Carefully take the switch apart to examine the contact points on the switch are burnt or stuck.

If they are then I would suggest ordering a new replacement switch.

You can remove the start capacitor and have it checked to see if it too has failed.

Start switch for radial are saw model 113.19771 .

Start capacitor for radial arm saw model 113.19771 .

Please let me know if you decided to try to repair the motor or if you found someone to repair it for you.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
May 23, 2012
A:

Thank you for the update on the radial arm saw motor Tom. I am glad that you will be able to get it running again. Thank you for the information on the company that is willing to repair the motors. The last two I had available no longer do it, so it is nice to have a new one to send people too. Thank you for your response. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
May 23, 2012
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Q:

Why do I have 32 volts ac going to my icemaker? Should it be 120?

A:

If you check at the wires coming out of the wall across black/ with white stripe and white you should read 120 volts ac. If you get on the tan wire you might read 32 volts ac.

If you need help diagnosing the problem send another question and send some details of what the icemaker is not doing. The sequence of the harvest cycle you describe is normal.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 18, 2008