Model #M1 Superwinch winch

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Q:

Water Pressure Regulator 3/4" Model N55BU M1 not working correctly

A:

Thank you for your question on the water pressure reducer.

In trying to find the rebuild kit also the person in the plumbing department may be right.

But if you could find the kit you would not have to remove the reducer from the plumbing lines and replace the repair kit from the top of the valve.

I have done some online searching and also cannot find the repair kit for this pressure reducer.

I guess the best thing to do is to replace the whole valve.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
January 30, 2012
Q:

Can you get me a wiring schematic for my icemaker?

A:

I am sending you an image that shows the wiring diagram and the schematic of your icemaker.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2008
Q:

I need to know what colors on the wires for the plug for a model w10190961 ice maker go to as I am wiring it up to replace a model m1.

A:

Without a model number of the refrigerator you are working on I can't be sure how the icemaker is wired. I hope the information I am sending you helps.

I am sending you an image of the wiring from the refrigerator to the icemaker on most refrigerators.

The bk/wh wire is the L1 feed to the icemaker and might be a bk wire. The wh wire is neutral to run the motor and heater of the icemaker. The tn wire is the L1 feed from the icemaker to the water valve. On the model I selected the tn wire also goes to the control board so the board can monitor the operation of the water valve. On models with manual controls the tn just goes to the water valve.

There should be a tech sheet with a wiring schematic behind the grill across the bottom front of the refrigerator. It will be inside a plastic envelope that is glued to the refrigerator cabinet.

You can take the motor cover off both icemakers and compare the wiring also.

Be sure to disconnect the power to the refrigerator when you are working with the wires. The icemaker gets voltage whenever the control is turned on and could lead to a dangerous electric shock.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 08, 2010