Model #34-440 (SN88J00001 THRU 90C12579) Delta saw table

  • Table/extension/miter Gage Body
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  • Blade/front Trunnion/guard
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  • 30" Unifence
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  • 30" Unifence With Rail
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Question and Answers

Q:

washer sounds like airplane while spinning

A:

Based on your symptom and details the likely cause of the noise is worn out spin bearings. Open the door and push up on the spin basket at the very front of the spin basket to check for up and down play and then rotate the basket 1/4 of the way and repeat. Also push and pull on the spin basket in order to check for end play. The rear tub will need to replaced and possibly the spin basket. The rear tub w/bearing will cost approximately $170.00 not including the labor.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
June 07, 2010
Q:

How do I get the saw to change the angle of the miter cut? 8323 Tradesman Miter saw

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

In order to change the angle of the miter cut you will need to loosen the locking handle knob, push down on the lock lever above the locking handle knob and then the table should rotate. If it does not rotate, the table is likely jammed. I added an image below to reference. 

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post. 

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 01, 2013
Q:

Kenmore Electric Range not heating properly

A:

The first image below shows a relay chart for that oven control and a wiring diagram. The broil element will alternate with the bake element in the bake and convection bake modes. I do not have the exact programming for that model that indicates when or how long that broil element is energized during that bake mode. When it is on, it is usually only for a very short time to promote browning. It is not used as a significant heat source in that bake mode. Your failure is likely in the bake element, the oven temperature sensor probe or the oven clock control board. I recommend that you unplug the range and check the resistance of the oven temperature sensor probe first. Here is a brief repair video that shows how to check that component using a volt/ohm meter: Oven Sensor Testing . Here is a link for a video that shows how to access that sensor in this type of range: Oven Sensor Replacement . Be sure that you unplug the range before accessing internal components. The resistance of the sensor probe should be around 1091 ohms at room temperature (75 degrees). If that sensor is bad, it will need to be replaced. You can order that part from the Sears PartsDirect website. The part number is 316490000.

If that sensor is okay, you can plug the probe back into the wire harness and check the resistance of the entire sensor circuit from the clock control board. Here is a link that shows how to access that component (with the range still unplugged from the electrical outlet ): Range Clock Control Replacement . You don't have to remove that clock control board yet. Just unplug the connector with the sensor wires (violet wires) and measure the resistance through that circuit. You should measure the same resistance as the sensor (1091 ohms at room temperature). If the resistance through that circuit is high, then you have a problem with the wiring harness. The disconnect plug at the sensor is the most suspect component in that harness. You may need to cut that disconnect plug out of the circuit and properly connect those sensor wires using ceramic wire nuts. You can get those ceramic wire nuts at you local hardware store or electrical supply outlet.

If you find not problems with that sensor circuit, you can check the resistance through that bake element circuit from the control board. Unplug the yellow wire on the BK (BAKE) spade (with the range still unplugged ) and check the resistance through the yellow and orange (L2 OUT) wires. You should measure around 16 ohms of resistance through that circuit (between 15 and 25 ohms). If you do not measure the proper resistance through that circuit, you can check the resistance of that hidden bake element directly at that component (with the range still unplugged ). Remove the bottom oven panel to access that bake element. You can remove it as shown in this video: Bake Element Replacement . If the resistance of that bake element is okay but the resistance measured from the clock control board is high, then you have a problem with the wire harness. If the resistance of that bake element is not around 16 ohms (15 to 25 ohms) then you will probably need to replace that bake element.

If the element circuit and the sensor circuit are both okay, then you will probably need to replace that clock control board.

These tips should help you fix this oven heating problem in your range. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2011
A:

Thanks for the feedback. Don't hesitate to reply with more details if you need additional assistance.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2011
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