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Maytag dryer model LDE9806ACE: grinds, groans, shudders, and grunts

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dryer Repair 05 March 2011 · 1,203 views

These are the good ol' Maytag dryers, one of the best designs ever made. They're not making this design anymore. If you have this dryer, it's definitely worth fixing and keeping.

If it starts sounding like this...


...then here's your shopping list:

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Easy job. :rolleyes:



John Guest fittings

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Icemaker Repair, Refrigerator Repair 03 March 2011 · 743 views

John who?

John Guest fittings are those magical fittings that connect plastic tubing in refrigerators and icemakers. The nice thing about them is they don't require any tools to make the connections; just push in/push out. To learn more about the in's and out's of John Guest fittings, see this post==> http://fixitnow.com/...tings-revealed/

Sublime Master kdog has put together a nice mélange of John Guest fittings commonly used in today's refrigerators. Come git you some:

Pick your Poison:

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Source: Moving a SubZero 532


Tips for removing the inner tub on a Kenmore Series 80 direct drive washer

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Washing Machine Repair 03 March 2011 · 1,328 views

Instead of putting the spanner nut back on and trying to hammer up on it, put it back on just flush with the top of the drive block.

Put the handle end of the spanner wrench on top of the spanner nut and drive block and give the other end of the spanner wrench handle a couple good wacks down, hard. This will usually free the tub from the drive block.


Other tips here:

Source: Removing the inner tub on a Kenmore Series 80


Frigidaire FEE368CCSD Range display blanks out

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Oven-Range-Stove Repair 03 March 2011 · 695 views

A grasshopper posts:

This started about 2 weeks ago that when the oven is turned on the Electronic Oven Controler goes blank that show the oven functions. The oven does not heat up in any mode. I can redo the inputs several times with the same results. Has the EOC failed or do i need to look at other parts of the unit?


Source: Frigidaire FEE368CCSD Range display blanks out

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