Model #OW-95 Amana misc hvac

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Q:

Where is the temp control on my 95 Kenmore freezer model 253.9155010?

A:

The image below shows the temperature control for this freezer. Key 18 is the control knob. Key 21 is the temperature control.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 23, 2008
Q:

Why does my Kenmore dryer model 417.84052500 start for a second and then quit with a flashing error code of 95?

A:

I recommend counting the blinking lights on the control again. You may see the code 9E being displayed. The four indicator lights (Drying, Cool Down, Wrinkle Rid and Clean Lint Filter) are likely flashing 9 times as you indicated. Cover these lights and count how many times the start light flashes. If it blinks 15 times, this indicates the digit "E". The 9E error code is not on the tech sheet. It indicates a low voltage to the control board. If you are able to unplug the dryer and access the control board, you can check the red wire that goes to the heater relay. A loose connection on this wire going into the control board would result in this error code. A floating neutral on the dryer outlet could also cause this problem. This would cause the L1 leg of voltage to drop when the heater is energized through the L2 leg. NOTE: I do not recommend checking live voltage yourself. An electrician would need to diagnose and correct this type of problem with the electrical outlet. If L1 voltage is not dropping when the heater is energized and you do not have a loose wiring connection on the red wire to the control board, then the control board will likely need to be replaced. I recommend calling a service technician to verify this type of failure and replace the control board if necessary.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details after rechecking the error code.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 24, 2009
Q:

What kind of gas trimmer starts easy,uses .95 line and is reliable to last for a few to several years?

A:

I am naturally biased toward Craftsman products so I recommend you go to a Sears Retail store and look at their trimmers. To be fair Home Depot and Lowes have a good selection of trimmers also.

I think you need to go to a store and pick the trimmer up and check it for balance. The Craftsman will be one of the easiest to pull, and all trimmers will last several years. The feel of the trimmer is what keeps it from tiring you out when you use it.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
June 17, 2009