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can you look thru the small circle window of the cover of the furnace panel? to see the red light on the furnace control board. If you can see it. Count the blinks of the light. Also keep track if they are long flashes or short quick flashes. they might be 2 long flashes and 1 short or 5 short and 2 quick. After you determine the flashes or the sequence of the flashes. take the cover off the unit and look on the inside panel of the blower door. it should give you the code sequence of the problem you are having on the legend of the wiring diagram. or if there is no legend or wiring diagram on the inside panel of the blower door. it will be in the paper work or unit information package paperwork that came with the unit. If you don't have that. You would need to get the model number of the furnace from inside the furnace. the model number is usually inside the blower door or it could be close to the burners of the furnace itself. if you don't have the wiring diagram or the paper work. then you will need the model number for sure. I think you can go to American Standard.com and look thru their online library of unit specs to get that info. to look thru their library you have to have the exact model number or I believe at least the first few numbers of it. Not sure how many of the first few you need to have. if you cant find the info and have the model number. Give it to me & I will find it for you. Or see if I can find it? americanstandardfurnace.com I think is were it is. Or at the American Standard home AC & Furnaces home page you can search for it. It shouldn't be too hard to find. Or another way would be to call a American Standard parts or unit vendor and tell them your name is Dave or some other common name. And that you work for sears or some other large company like that or a large company in your area. And that you need tech support to get you the code info for that specific unit. If you call when they are busy they usually wont verify the company info or that you do work their. just hearing the company name, they will think you work for that place and get you the info. At most wholesalers they are just trying to make sure they aren't talking to a home owner or a regular person. when they hear a company name they will give you the info you need or tell you were to get it. Also its a good idea to be prepared when you give a company name that you work for or that you don't really work for. the guy on the phone will ask for the name of the company you work for. My name is Dave & I work for sears service. the one on Broadway Road (give them the address and or phone number) of the place. Some places use the phone number of the service place to look up their account and they will have a list of names and want you the verify the address or the phone number. Works good for getting info about a unit that you cant find any info anywhere else. But trying to get parts that way doesn't usually work unless you know how to do it. I would say but not sure these guys on fixya would be okay with that. Hope they don't have a problem with me saying how to get info from a vendor about a trouble code or where info for a code can be found. if they don't like it I am sure I will find out soon enough. and hopefully they will give me another try at this before taking any actions on me or on me being on here.
hope I was of some help to you. if you haven't already figured it out or if no one else has tried to answer your question.
As I am sure you already have figured out, your latch mechanism and probably you latch switch are defective. You can look them up and order them from www.searspartdirect.com by entering your model number and then finding your parts on the diagrams.
I'm assuming your saw is a model 351.228040 or a 351.228020. Manual is here. See page 18, Figure 7 for the Blade drive exploded diagram. Sears doesn't appear to have a part number for the fan and fan guard.
It looks like you can replace the entire motor and key for $217.55 (as of 6/13/2010) which isn't too bad for a 3 HP motor. Part number is 15094.00 and clicking it will link you to their parts site.
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If your TV model is TH-42PZ80U, and you want to replace the whole power supply unit, shopjimmy.com has them for $160. But for each parts# on that board itself, you need to find a Service Manual to look up that part.