Model #7203 TYPE 2 PRO-TECH Miter Saw

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Q:

CONTROL FOR GUARD 7203 Pro-tech 8 1/4" miter saw

A:

I checked for that part but I did not find it available. I don't believe that the manufacturer Pro-Tech is still in business. I apologize that we cannot help you find that part.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 03, 2014
Q:

What type oil is used in a Craftsman rear tine tiller engine and gear box? There are 2 oil plugs.

A:

Both oil plugs are for the engine. Engines that are used in tillers are used for a number of applications. The oil plugs are placed in more than one place on the engine so if one plug is not accessible the other will be.

The engine uses 30 weight motor oil. The transmission on your tiller doesn't have oil in it. It has axle grease and never needs changing.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
Q:

Whirpool Dryer(Model#LER7646EQ2; Type #178-00) is taking multiple cycles(2 or more) to dry clothes on the HIGH (Cotton) settings.

A:

Based on your symptom if the dryer is taking 2 or more cycles to dry the clothes usually indicates a restriction in the vent system. The dryer could also have a bad door seal, drum seal or the lint filter screen could be covered in a clear film of fabric softener residue too. Take the lint filter out and wash it with a soft bristle brush and warm soapy water. If the door seal and the front and rear drum seals are okay then the venting system is likely at fault. In order to know if the venting system is at fault, disconnect the vent hose from the back of the dryer and dry one load of clothes. The exhaust temperature should average 150 degrees when set on High heat. If the clothes dry in a normal amount of time then the venting system will need to be checked for any kinks, restrictions or blockages. If the clothes still takes 2 or more cycles to dry then the heating element will need to be removed and checked for any breaks in the element where it will likely be touching and welded to the housing.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 26, 2010