I'm a big time Sears fan! If you're looking for sears parts, the most important thing here is to find the part of this article that applies to you, because Sears makes kitchen appliances, washers and dryers, lawn equipment etc.- and people need Sears parts for all those things!
Sears wants to be the preferred and most trusted resource for the products and services that enhance home and family life.
Sears appliances are built to last, and that means that somebody, at some point, is going to need some Sears parts. Whether you're the unfortunate husband stuck at home on the weekend making the wife happy, the even less fortunate single mom trying to fix it yourself, or the used appliance store owner trying to get it ready to sell, you need Sears parts to do it.
Sears has a pretty good online utility for finding their Sears parts- you can either browse by category, and search by part number. You can tell Sears is paying attention to fulfilling their mission (To grow our business by providing quality products and services at great value when and where our customers want them, and by building positive, lasting relationships with our customers), because they are indeed providing their Sears parts online, which is where I want them, by Jove!
Can you just go to your local Home depot or Lowe's for a Sears part? I mean, it's not necessarily easy to get in and out of one of those places, but at least you feel like you're doing something... Well, no, you can't get it at those places. But if you like waiting in line, I'd suggest you run right out to Home depot!
I'll tell you what, the last time I needed Sears parts, it was a little embarrassing. My wife and I had been cooped up over the weekend, and got a little too bored... I decided to do some laundry that couldn't wait for our cleaning lady, so I went out to the Kenmore washer and was starting a load, when she came in with the grass catcher from our Sears lawn mower and started throwing moldy old clumps of grass at me.
I wasn't angry, just surprised. So I grabbed the nearest Sears part that would help me fight this battle, which happened to be the rubber fill hose on the back of the Kenmore washer. I squirted lukewarm water right in her face and up her nose. I laughed pretty hard. She ended up clobbering me with the grass catcher, which broke, and when I fell down, the rubber fill hose stretched and cracked.
We had to go to the Sears website to order those Sears parts... but we were laughing while we did it.
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