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Q:

Lawn Tractor #917 287 140

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Thank you for your question. The bagger I show listed for the tractor is 917249030. I looked up the lower chute for that model and it is part number 405455. the lower chute can be ordered from our parts website: Sears Parts Direct . I believe the lower chute is compatible with the bagger you have. We do not have any bagger here to confirm the tube sizes.

Please let me know if you need further assistance.

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Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
May 16, 2011
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How can I best repair a 2004 Honda Civic LX?

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The amber light on the dashboard is likely the check engine light due to the damaged wire on the oxygen sensor. Repairing the damaged wire may fix this problem. The problem with the oxygen sensor is not likely causing the rough idle, difficulty in starting and the stalling problems. Since our expertise is in home maintenance and repair, we are not the best source for recommending troubleshooting and repair of your Honda Civic. I recommend that you have a mechanic check the car and make recommendations for repair.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 17, 2009
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Healthrider Softstrider LX treadmill, Start/Pause button not working therefore treadmill will not run

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Thanks for adding that model number. I provided the technical information for that treadmill in the images below. There is a chance that you have a problem with that wiring or that switch. The information shown below should help you (or a technician) check that switch and the wiring. Some of the parts for that treadmill are no longer available. Here is a link for the page that has the available parts: Healthrider Softstrider LX 831.297820 Parts . The controller under the hood is still available as a replacement part. The wire harness does not appear to be available. You may be able to have a technician repair the existing wire harness or switch. The console is no longer available. Be sure that you unplug the treadmill before accessing internal components.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2012
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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2012
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Hello Melissa. I am glad to help you further. There are limited parts available for this treadmill since it is a 1998 model. It is no longer currently produced. The repair parts are normally manufactured for about 10 years after the model is introduced. The parts that are still available should be shown on that link for the Sears PartsDirect page that I sent in the first response. That controller is Key 73 on the Walking Belt Assembly page. It is circled in red on the first image below. To check the wiring, you will need to UNPLUG the treadmill and make sure that all of the wires are connected properly and securely. Check for corrosion on the contacts. To remove that hood cover (Key 52 in the image below), remove the screws on the sides. The second image shows the wiring diagram with some of the essential wires traced in the actual wire colors (gray is used for white wires). I suspect that the blue wire is connected properly since the console lights up. The connection between the motor controller (Key 73) and the drive motor should be checked. To check that switch, you can measure the continuity through the black and blue wires at the console (with the treadmill unplugged) using a volt/ohm meter. A technician may need to make that check. If you have to make that check yourself and need more help, let us know. Eventually, you may need to check the live voltage being supplied to the motor controller. The DC voltage going from the motor controller to the motor (on the A- and A+ terminals -- white and black wires to motor) may also need to be checked. I definitely recommend that you have a technician check that live voltage unless you are completely confident that you can check it yourself. Wear electrical safety gloves and safety goggles if you check that live voltage yourself. You do have a legitimate concern about the availability of parts for this treadmill. Although the motor controller is available, the console and some other key components are not. (continued)

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2012
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Based on the parts availability, you may consider replacing that treadmill instead of repairing it. If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2012
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There is not currently a method for contacting me directly. This thread is the best method for obtaining my personal advice regarding this matter. You can call 1-800-803-6775 to speak with a technician according to my understanding of our current set-up. You can also Tweet your question as shown below. I understand your desire to fix this problem yourself. It is more difficult when you have numerous questions at one time. You may be able to get the help that you need through those other resources. You can refer to this thread (question 305820) in your correspondence. I will be glad to continue to help you through this thread as well. I am glad to answer any and all of your questions.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 22, 2012
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Hello Melissa. You could either have a problem with that motor controller under the hood or with the console. That console replacement part is no longer available. In this situation, the only part that is available for you to replace is that motor controller. Based on your description, that may fix the problem. That part costs about $90. If you replace that motor controller and the drive motor still won't run then that console is probably bad. Since that console is no longer available as a replacement part, there is a significant risk in replacing that motor controller. I hope that this makes sense. If I were in your situation, I would probably replace the treadmill instead of attempting a repair since some of the function parts are no longer available. Even if you fix this current problem, you could have a failure of that console in the future that would not be repairable. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 25, 2012
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Hello Melissa. I am allowed to look at that part. We have a wide mandate to help you with anything that you need. I looked at the console and it appears to be the correct one. Based on your symptoms and circumstances, you may consider replacing that console first since you found a used one. That start button on that console may be causing your problem. Since that part appears to be less expensive than the controller, replacing the console first may save you some money. If that does not fix the problem, then you can save it as a spare part. You should be able to replace the console and the controller without any problems. Just be sure that you unplug the treadmill when accessing internal components. If you need more help, let us know. We are always glad to help you with any issue.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 27, 2012
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If the button itself is bad, then replacing that console display will not fix your problem. There is some risk involved in replacing that console display with the circuit board. In most situations, the circuit board is more likely to fail than the switch. I performed a web search for additional parts on that console but I did not find any available at this time. It will probably not be possible to fix the treadmill if the button itself is bad.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 27, 2012
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If the button is bad then you will not be able to repair the treadmill unless you can find the console part with the button. The ribbon cable could be bad if the control circuit board in the console does not detect the button being pressed and the button is actually okay. The console display appears to cost less than the controller. If I were in that situation, I would buy the console display first. That is not a guarantee that replacing that console display will fix the problem but it appears to be more likely to fix it based on your details. The circuit board is more likely to fail than a switch because it has components that are more susceptible to damage in the outside environment that you described. That control board is more delicate than a switch. The switch on the console is just an on/off switch that will complete or interrupt an electrical circuit. I hope that I provided answers to your questions. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 28, 2012
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That console part that contains the buttons and attaches to the console display with the ribbon cable is part 144696. I searched for a compatible replacement part but did not find one. That part does not appear to be available from the Sears PartsDirect source or any other parts suppliers. Getting a custom ribbon cable fabricated will probably be cost prohibitive if you could find someone to make it. If that controller does not fix the problem then you probably won't be able to fix that treadmill.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 18, 2012
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