Model #73-3757-00-06 Tappan ranges, electric

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Question and Answers

Q:

Why does my Kenmore dehumidifier stop working after it shuts off in comfort mode?

A:

In the comfort mode, the unit will work automatically to maintain a humidity level based on the ambient temperature that is being sensed at the unit. You did not indicate what temperature that you actually measured in the room. The temperature measured by the dehumidifier may be a few degrees off. If it is more than 10 degrees off then this would be unusual. Before deciding whether something is wrong, I recommend that you accurately measure the temperature in the vicinity of the dehumidifier with a good thermometer. Since the dehumidifier has an evaporator coil inside, it will normally cool the air in the immediate vicinity of the unit.

Try using other manual settings on the dehumidifier. See if it will operate properly. If it does, then there may be nothing wrong with it.

The dehumidifier has a self diagnostic feature. It will normally display an error code if it detects a component problem.

The remote display works off of RF (Radio Frequency) transmission. You could have RF interference that is preventing the remove from always receiving the signal from the dehumidifier even if it is in close proximity. This could be normal. If it connects most of the time then it is likely okay.

When you turn the unit off and back on, it could affect the temperature being sensed by the thermistor (temperature sensor). It may also affect the humidity being sensed. This could be normal.

I don’t have enough details to help you determine whether the dehumidifier is malfunctioning.

If the unit will not work in other modes, then it could have a problem. If you are certain that it is malfunctioning then it may need service. If it is still under warranty, follow the directions for warranty service in your owner's manual.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 18, 2009
Q:

Snow blade for '06 DYT4000?

A:

Thank you for your question.

I will be happy to assist you. I searched through our fit up books. The only model snow blade I show for your tractor is model 486.24441. The models you listed for older tractors with different frames.

I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you need further assistance on the air compressor.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
December 06, 2012
Q:

Craftsman commercial metal turning lathe, model #101.28980, purchased 4-25-73, it is in excellent condition, purchsed in '73 for $899.00. Considering selling,

A:

Thank you for your question.

Trying to figure out what the lathe is worth can be difficult.

* If as you say the lathe is in excellent condition you may be able to get $1200.00 to $1500.00 for it.

  • If you have any tooling pieces that go with it,extra head stocks, and tool cutters you may do even better.

  • It kind of depends on where you live and the type of people and retirees you may have.

  • As an example if you live in Florida with all the retirees, you may be able to get the high end.

  • I you live in a remote or country area you may only get $500.00 for it.

  • You could put it on E-Bay or Craig's list, or at least look at the sites to see what the currant prices are going for.

  • You could also put it up for bid and have a reserve for the bidders to meet which would be your lowest price you would except or also a buy it know price.

You have all kinds of options so don't be in a hurry and you will probably get much more than you paid for it. Metal Lathe's of that era, if in good condition go up in price.

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
October 01, 2010