Model #SC120H-2-5 Climette/keeprite/zoneaire package units(both units combined)

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Question and Answers

Q:

temperature of single burner on range at settings of 2 and 5

A:

Aashe is correct that the owner's manual shows information about the burner settings on page 11. The exact temperatures of the burner are not a specification that is provided by the manufacturer for the surface burners. That information on page 11 should help you when using the surface burners. The setting of 2 will normally heat the surface to just over 220 degrees. The setting of 5 will probably heat the surface to around 300 degrees. These are just ballpark estimates but they may be what you are looking for. If you need more help, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 27, 2011
Q:

wiring switch for 5 1/2 circular saw

A:

Thank you for your question on the wiring of the circular saw.

The switch number changes to a new substitute part number 606340-002.

If the new switch did not come with wiring instructions and because it is a different switch from the original I would suggest that you use a volt/ohm meter to the continuity through the switch from whether is has continuity from side to side or top to bottom.

Put your black probe on one of the terminals and the red meter probe on another terminal on the same side and pull the trigger to see if you get continuity.

Once you determine the connections in the switch then you can start with your black power cord wire to one side of the switch and the white to the other side. Remember this is a circle loop electrical circuit. The power comes from the cord into the switch and then into the motor windings and then out of the motor winding to the neutral side of the line back out of the power cord. The motor windings have to be between the hot and neutral on the power cord and the switch breaks or makes the circuit.

I am sorry but I could not find an appropriate picture to illustrate this for you.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2012
Q:

I have a 8 1/2 hp chipper that won't start. It's been in my shed for about 5 years.

A:

You need to decide if the problem is no fuel or no spark.

Remove the spark plug and hold your finger or thumb on the hole the spark plug screws into. Get someone to pull the starter rope or engage the starter and the compression should push your finger off the spark plug hole. This will tell you the valves are operating inside the engine and you have compression.

Pour a thimble full of fuel into the hole the spark plug came out of. Quickly install the spark plug and pull the starter rope or engage the starter. The engine should try to start. This would tell you there is a spark and the engine will run if you get fuel. If the engine doesn't try to start, pour another thimble full of fuel into the cylinder. Look at the anode of the spark plug and see if it is wet. Try to start the engine again. If it still doesn't try to start, remove the spark plug and connect the ignition wire to the spark plug. Hold the bottom of the spark plug to a clean area on the engine block. Use insulated pliers or gloves to hold the spark plug to prevent shock. Get someone to pull the starter rope or engage the starter and see if you get a blue spark from the anode of the spark plug to the base of the plug. If there is no spark the ignition module on the engine is bad.

If you have spark the problem is in the fuel supply. Did you run the engine after draining the fuel to burn the fuel out of the carburetor? If not the carburetor will be clogged with the remnants of the old fuel and need to be replaced. If you ran the fuel out of the carburetor, the float is probably just dry and not flexing. You should take the carburetor apart and clean the float and needle and seat.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 26, 2009