Model #604 MTD Lawn, Tractor

  • Autodrive Lawn Tractor Front Cover
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  • Table Of Contents/finding Model #
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  • Important Safe Operation Practices
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  • Important Safe Operation Practices Page 2
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  • Important Safe Operation Practices Page 3
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  • Slope Gauge
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  • Attachments/accessories/set-up
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  • Controls
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  • Controls Page 2
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  • Controls Page 3
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  • Controls/operation
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  • Operation
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  • Operation Page 2
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  • Operation/adjustments
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  • Adjustments
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  • Adjustments Page 2
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  • Adjustments/maintenance
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  • Maintenance
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  • Maintenance Page 2
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  • Maintenance Page 3
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  • Maintenance Page 4
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  • Maintenance Page 5
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  • Maintenance Page 6
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  • Lubrication
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  • Troubleshooting Guide
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  • Bulb/socket Headlight Assembly
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  • Electrical System/tractor Body
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  • Lift Assembly
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  • Lift Assembly Page 2
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  • Steering Assembly
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  • Steering Assembly Page 2
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  • Drive System
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  • Drive System Page 2
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  • Power Take-off System
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  • Power Take-off System Page 2
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  • Cutting Decks - 46"/42"
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  • Cutting Decks - 46"/42" Page 2
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  • Engine Accessories
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  • Engine Accessories Page 2
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  • Warranty
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Question and Answers

Q:

darby refrig

A:

Thank you for your question on the Danby refrigerator freezing the contents.

The model has an electronic control and you cannot adjust the temperature until the display is flashing.

I have given you a page from the manual for setting the temperature.

If you have already done this and it is still freezing the food then the control sensor will need to be changed.

The control sensor is on the left side wall of the inside of the refrigerator.

The sensor can be replaced but removing the plastic grill over the sensor.

The part number for the sensor is: 610.14

Sensor part .

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 .

Please let me know what you find and we can continue to troubleshoot if needed.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 08, 2011