Question about Baby Gear
I went to sears yesterday to see if i could send the meter in for repair the desplay only shows half of the numbers . the small fuse is no good The man at sears said they dont make the 82026 anymore
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's probable that since it was running empty, the magnetron overheated and a thermal cutout or thermostat located on the magnetron opened. Magnetrons may be protected by a therostat, which will reset when it cools, or a thermal fuse, which is a one-time use device. It is also possible that in some cases, a thermostat will fail when opened. Please refer to the drawing. In my professional opinion, people should not work on a microwave unless they are fully informed and aware of the deadly hazards and necessary precautions. One can find such information in our safety and disassermbly text files at _.
Posted on Sep 17, 2006
SOURCE: car won't start
The clicking you are hearing is the starter solenoid. This is a relay that applies 12 volts to the starter motor when you turn the key.
I agree with the parts man, it is probably your starter. Put your car on jack stands, (don't trust the jack itself to support the car with you under it) Disconnect your ground lead on your battery. When you get under the car there will be 2 (sometimes 3) wires attached to the starter. One is a large size wire coming from the starter. It will usually be red. There will be a smaller wire connected to a separate terminal on the startere. disconnect both wires. There will be 2 bolts holding the starter to the engine. Usually 1/2 inch or 9/16 size.. Remove the bottom bolt first. remove the top bolt and as it is about to come out you will have to hold the startere with one hand whilr you remove the 2nd bolt.. THAT'S IT
Take it to the parts store and they can check it for you. BTW, a new solenoid should come already mounter to the new starter.
Hope this helps. Good Luck Loringh
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
I don't know of an available repair manual, but you can get a parts diagram by going here... http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action Enter your model number, then scroll down to Subcomponents, and click on Transaxle.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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