Model #VR-510 Kenwood receivers

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Q:

Do you have to use the power cord for the Lifestyler St 510 stepper?

A:

Here is the manual for that stepper: LifeStyler ST 510 Stepper Manual . That manual does not describe a power cord. If your model does have a power cord, then it could be for rechargeable batteries in the console. As long as you keep fresh batteries in that console, you should not need a power cord. The batteries should normally last a long time even if they are not rechargeable. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 01, 2012
A:

Hello Jason. I reviewed that manual again and I see the information on the power cord on page 6. That is a 12 volt DC transformer (unregulated). It powers the resistance motor. The console is powered by the AA batteries. You may be able to find a 12 volt DC transformer that will work with that unit to adjust the resistance. I posted a link below for a DC transformer that should be compatible. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 10, 2012
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Q:

Why does my Craftsman 2 cycle snow blower over rev after 5-10 minutes use? How do I fix it?

A:

The governor is probably sticking, causing the engine to over rev.

The governor on your engine is an aluminum butterfly mounted near the carburetor. The air from the flywheel blows the governor causing it to open or close the throttle on the carburetor.

The governor and throttle linkage probably needs to be sprayed with some carburetor cleaner to clean and lubricate it.

Be careful to not change the adjustment of the governor. If it is set too high, it will cause external damage to the engine.

I recommend spraying the springs and linkage with carburetor cleaner. Start the engine and if it still over revs, get a technician to repair the engine.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
Q:

What would cause my Kenmore electric dryer to continue to shut off after about 5-10 minutes of running?

A:

Without knowing the model number of your dryer and additional details I will not be able to provide any specific information only general. I would need to know which cycle you are using and the model number.

Depending on the model number it could have a weak motor relay, control board failure, bad thermistor or an open moisture sensor.

Resubmit your question with the model number and additional details for model specific information.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 20, 2009