Model #SS3J5.5GH-WB Ingersoll Rand air compressor

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Q:

MMH_Expert WB Have gotten most of my problems solved on my Model 917.271815 Lawn tractor.

A:

WB is working in a different department right now, so I will attempt to help you solve your problem.

I suspect you have a leak around the gaskets on the intake manifold of the engine. When you make the fuel richer it makes up for the extra air being drawn in the intake manifold.

When the engine heats up the leak on the intake manifold will get worse. This would make the engine very difficult to start when hot.

Check the intake manifold for looseness. If it is loose, you can tighten the bolts and tighten it, but you should replace the gaskets as they will continue to deteriorate.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2009
Q:

radiant counter unit Mod 911.42675991 Element control 91142675991 Kenmore 30

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern. In order to provide instructions for the new switch, I need to know the color of the wires connected to the old switch and I need to know how the terminals are labled on the new switch and old switch. Also, is two of the termimals on the new switch bridged or jumped together with a wire? Did the new switch come with a jumper wire? Generally speaking, the violet wire (V) would connect to terminal (P). Orange (O) connects to terminal H1. Black (B) connects to terminal L1. Red (R) connect to terminal L2. 

If you can find the wiring diagram for your cook top, it will show you which terminals the wires will connect to on the switch. If you do not feel confident in wiring up the new switch, I suggest calling a service technician to complete the procedure.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 26, 2014
Q:

Why won't my Kenmore electric dryer model 110.60212990 work properly on the High Heat setting?

A:

The wiring diagram that I found for your model of Kenmore dryer is shown in the image below. I am confused about your voltage check between the WB and BU wires. According to the wiring diagram shown below, this voltage check would not properly check voltage coming from the timer. Voltage checks are dangerous. They should normally only be conducted by a service technician. Improperly checking voltage could result in lethal electrical shock and/or damage to the dryer.

The L1 voltage from the timer is supplied through the red wire off of timer switch 2. The L2 leg of voltage runs through the motor centrifugal switch to the heater on a second red wire. The heating element will be constantly supplied with L2 voltage when the motor is running. It will not heat unless the L1 leg is supplied through the circuit from the timer. The L1 supply will be interrupted by the normal cycling of the operating thermostat. In the high heat setting, the operating thermostat should be cycling the dryer between 140 and 150 degrees. Instead of conducting dangerous voltage checks, I recommend disconnecting the flexible dryer vent and running the dryer on the high heat setting with >5 minutes set on the timer. Fill the drum with a medium load of wet laundry to properly check the cycling of the dryer. Measure the temperature of the exhaust air coming out of the vent in the back of the dryer. It should heat up to 150 degrees. The operating thermostat should then open to cycle off the heating element. When the dryer cools down about 10 to 15 degrees, the operating thermostat should close to energize the heating element. When the dryer gets to the final 5 minutes, it will go into a cool down period where the heating element will not cycle. No voltage will be supplied through the timer. If this describes the operation of your dryer, then it is working properly. If it is not cycling properly at these temperatures, then you could have a problem with the operating thermostat.

If the dryer cycles and dries the clothes properly while venting directly into the laundry room but does not cycle properly when connected to the exhaust duct to the outside of the home, then a clogged or restricted exhaust duct system is causing your dryer problem.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician