Model #64 HOOVER Vacuum, Upright

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Q:

On the question of gears. the diagram also shows 63 and 64 as gears do I need 3 of 64?

A:

I recommend you take the gearbox apart and wash and inspect the gears to find any worn ones. A good practice is to not put a new gear to run with an old one. Traditionally, the old ones don't last long and sometimes damage the new gears.

If you start with disassembling and cleaning the gears and putting new grease on the gears when you reassemble, you will get many years of use from the planer. Replace any gear that is questionable and replace the gears that come in contact with the new one and you will be fine.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 15, 2009
Q:

My Friedrich SS09J10A airconditioner temp is stuck at 64 degrees SS09J10A

A:

Based on your symtom, I agree the electronic control panel assembly is the problem and it will need to be replaced. The touch pad panel and control board will come as an assembly.
Unplug the air conditioner before removing and replacing the Electronic Control Panel assembly.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 06, 2015
Q:

How do I open the pressure switch item 64, on a Sears model 153651 air compressor, to replace the wires?

A:

To remove the cover on the pressure switch there is usually 1 screw from the top that holds the cover on. Remove that screw and pry gently around the edges of the cover, it should lift off.

Pressure switches are made by several companies. The compressor manufacturer might use 2-3 different pressure switches on the same model air compressor. All pressure switches come apart more or less the same. You can't hurt anything removing screws from the outside of the pressure switch. The screws inside the cover are more critical.

I am sorry I can't give you specific instructions. Just remove whatever screws are on the cover (top portion) of the pressure switch and pry gently around the edges of the cover. You won't damage anything.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
March 03, 2009

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