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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I did some research and read some posted emails between a couple of techs. If your TV was made in the 90's, as was mine, it was made by Sharp. I tried the Sharp codes after hours of frustration and lo and behold, it worked! Try the Sharp codes, it just might work.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
This site is the only place I could locate a manual, but it is not the exact model number. Some manuals will serve more than one model - ask before you buy.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
I doubt it since montgomery ward was bought out by maytag a long time ago, and now maytag got bought out by whirlpool.
Are you having a problem with your freezer? the manual wont tell you anything about troubleshooting
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
SOURCE: Lawn Mower wont start
You need to obtain a manual for Briggs & Stratten engines. All the info you need will be in it. The most common cause for non starting in these engines is "Tight Tappets" Wether it's an OHV or the old "L" head engine, because they rev and work so hard, the valves seat themselves deeper into their seat which reduces the valve clearance. There is no adjustment on the older "L" engines, so you have to remove metal from either the valve stem, ot the lifter itself. I have in the past done this in situ with a point file, but it is a tedious job. Otherwise you must remove the head and take out the valves and grind the stems. A tricky task and probably should be done by a mechanic.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Hi, I have a Montgomery Ward Sunheat heater. It's a dual burner enclosed type with a door on the front. The fuel tank is cylindrical and about 1 1/2 - 2 gallons. The cap has a needle valve and when turned upside down releases fuel to the burners by gravity. The whole heater itself is rectangular with louvers on the sides and top. I don't know what wicks go in this or if there are compatible replacements out there.
No 84ALO5800A is the only I.D. or Model No.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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