Model #QUANTUM XL-1 Singer electronic sewing machines

  • Cover Components
    3 Results
  • Thread Guide Cover
    3 Results
  • Front Panel Components
    3 Results
  • Main Shaft/idler Pulley Components
    3 Results
  • Face Plate/encoder/solenoid No.1
    3 Results
  • Solenoid No.2/thread Sensor Guide
    3 Results
  • Needle Bar/pressor Bar Components
    3 Results
  • Thread Trimmer Link/moving Knife
    3 Results
  • Hook/hook Driving Shaft Components
    3 Results
  • Feed Dog/feed Rock Shaft Components
    3 Results
  • Bobbin Winder Components
    3 Results
  • Needle Bar Rocking/feed Stm
    3 Results
  • Power Circuit Board/main Motor
    3 Results
  • Optional Parts/accessories
    3 Results

Question and Answers

Q:

Can you give me some microwave replacement part help?

A:

What part and what part number are you replacing? How many terminals does the original part have on it? How many terminals does the replacement part have on it?

If you are replacing the magnetron you sometimes have to cut a plastic plug in 2 to make it fit on the replacement.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 29, 2008
Q:

craftsman quantum weed trimmer.

A:

Thank you for your question.



I am sorry you are having a problem removing the trimmer head. Without a model number, I am not sure what model trimmer you have. If you could please reply below with the model number off the trimmer, I will be happy to give you the correct information. The model number will be on a sticker on the engine cover. The model number should start with 315 or 358.



I hope to hear from you.



Thank you for using Manage my life.



Mark.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
June 20, 2012
Q:

where are the fuses in a GE Spacemaker XL?

A:

There are typically several internal fuses in the microwave but these are components that should only be accessed by a service technician.

The nature of your question indicates that the microwave may not be powering up. If this is the case, here are some tips that may help:

  • Make sure that the microwave is properly plugged into the outlet (usually in the cabinet above the microwave).

  • Check the house circuit breaker for the outlet that the microwave plugs into to make sure that it is not tripped.

  • Plug a small lamp or appliance into the outlet for the microwave to make sure that the outlet is working.

If these tips don't help, then you will likely need to have the microwave serviced. Microwaves are inherently dangerous to service due to high voltage components that can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the unit is completely unplugged. The microwave must also be checked for microwave leakage following any internal component repair. These are the reasons that a technician should complete any internal component repair (including internal fuses) on a microwave. Here is a link for the Sears Service website in case you need it: Sears Home Services .

NOTE: It may be more economical to replace the microwave instead of repairing it.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 29, 2010