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Question and Answers

Q:

Changing gas in lawnmower

A:

Thank you for your question.

I will be happy to assist you with draining the old gas. The easiest way to remove the gas out of a mower is to use a turkey baster. You can pick up a cheap baster for a few dollars. Once you have the baster take the gas cap off and use the baster to suck the old gas out of the tank. Then empty the baster into an approved container. After the gas is out of the tank seal the drain container. The best advice I can give for disposal is to call your local hazardous waste department. They will be able to give correct information for your area.

Then refill the gas tank with fresh gas. I hope this is helpful. If you need further assistance, please reply below with more details and a model number.

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Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
April 03, 2012
Q:

Testing water hardness

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to know if your water softener is giving you soft water.

Jackie S has provided a link to a previous answer by Joey S. that should answer your question.

Sears provides a free service that will test your water and let you know what the hardness level is.

If you put a sample of your water in a small clean glass container and take it to your nearest Sears retail store they will be happy to test your water for hardness level.

Zero to three grains hardness level is considered soft water

If that is not convenient for you, you can order test strips to check the harness of your water in the comfort of your home.

Check the web-site below for the test strips.

Hard water test strips .

I hope this information will help you with testing your water to see if you softener is working properly.

If you need anymore information or have some other questions please reply and I will be happy to help you.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 13, 2011
Q:

Kenmore 90 Dryer- Wouldn,t heat. Replace cut off-tml, but the new one went out first load. what would cause that and can yuou operate bypassing the cutoff ?

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern. Overheating or the lack of air flow will cause the thermal cut-off to fail.

A restriction or blockage in the venting system will cause the heating element to over heat and cause the thermal cut off to fail open.

If the lint filter is covered in clear fabric softener residue, it will restrict air flow and cause the thermal cut-off to fail.

If the heating element happens to burn in half or it sags and welds itself to the heater housing, the element will stay powered up with 120 volts and over heat and cause the thermal cut off to fail. Pull the heating element out of the housing to see if the heater has welded itself to the heater housing.

DO NOT RUN the dryer with the thermal cut-off by passed or you could possibly have a thermal event.

NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before removing the lower access panel.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
January 07, 2011