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Question and Answers

Q:

The "BR" plug and the "L1" plug are in opposite spots from the old timer. What do I need to do?

A:

The location of "BR" and the "L1" should not matter. Just make sure to connect the "BR" harness plug to the "Broil" (BR) on the "BR" connector terminals and connect the "L1" wire harness plug to the connectors marked "L1" on the ERC and you should be OK.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 12, 2009
Q:

Pressure washer craftsman 580767700 Pressure washer doesn't build any pressure.. I don't know if it the unloader, or the valves. The valves don't have any br

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to know why the pressure washer will not build any pressure.

I think you are on the right track with looking at the unloader valve. It may have some debris stuck under the valve seat and will not close.

Look at the image below and I am referring to key number F.

If you need more help, please reply and I will help you in any way I can.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 17, 2011
Q:

Need advice on old hardwood floor

A:

Thank you for your question.

Trying to figure out what to do to make the floors look nice can be a puzzle.

This could be real easy or you can work real hard on these floors.

It depends on how much labor you want to put into the floors.

Certainly if you completely refinish the floors, they will look great. But in doing that you may find out after sanding that you may want to change to a different color or have to add stain to get back to the color you now have if that is what you want. Over the years the wood will aquire a natural patina and you may not want to change that.

• Since you said that the floors are probably standard hardwood and that they are in pretty good condition, I would recommend the simple method first, before going through a complete refinishing job.

• It really doesn’t matter at this time whether the floors have a varnish or polyurethane, or just waxed finish on them. If you decide to do the complete refinishing job you will remove all the finish anyway.

• The product I would recommend it Johnson hardwood floor past wax. You will need a bunch of soft clean cloths. If you have some old towels you can part with, they will work fine. One of the Johnson products will shine with out buffing after you apply it. But I recommend the past wax. It seems to work the best.

• I would try this first and I think you will be pleasantly surprised with the results.

• This will still be a little labor intensive but not as much as a total refinish job.

• I would not even sand any of the area’s that are a little worn because it will change the look and not be pleasing.

• If after the wax application you do not like the results you get, you have not spent a lot of money to see if the results are adequate.

I have included a link for Johnson's Paste Wax products.

http://www.floorcareproducts.com/wood-floor-wax/index.asp .

I hope this information will help in your decision.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 02, 2010