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Question and Answers

Q:

How do I wire a 3.2 hp Sears compressor?

A:

You need to check on the local electrical codes for what size and type of wire are approved for your area. Fifty amp circuit breakers are too large for this compressor. You need smaller circuit breakers to afford protection for the motor and the wiring on the compressor.

I am sending you 3 images from the owners manual regarding installation of the compressor.

If you want an owners manual, you can view, download, or print one by going to [www.managemylife.com].

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
Q:

How do you go about creating 220 out of 2 110 lines, how would I configure the power terminal wiring????

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern. I do not have enough details in order to fully understand what type of product or appliance that you are wanting to connect 220 volts to and if you already have a 220 volt outlet or not. I must assume you do not have a 220 volt outlet and your wanting create 220 volts by using to 110 volt lines.

First, you house must be supplied with 220 volts and it must have proper size wiring and enough amperage to operate a 220 volt appliance or product. You cannot get 220 volts out of two 110 volt lines unless each line is on a separate leg. You need two separate legs of voltage in order to get 220 volts.

If both 110 volt lines are originating from the same leg of voltage, you won't get 220 volts. Each 110 volt line must come from separate legs of voltage.

I highly recommend calling an electrician to come and inspect you electrical service and wire up a 220 volt outlet. A person really needs to understand electricity and know how to work around live voltage or you could get electrocuted and or burn down your house.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 15, 2010
Q:

RCA F36650yx01 36 inch tube type TV. Where is the horizontal output transistor located?

A:

The location should be TL02. The transistor is usually mounted to a heatsink. I could not find a diagram on the web that could show you physically were it was so I drew one using MS paint. The board could be laid out differently but I don't think it is. It's just an approximate location of where you should find it use the location number to be sure.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
September 29, 2009