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slantsixdan

Member Since 29 Jun 2005
Offline Last Active Apr 07 2015 10:51 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: GE JBP35 electric range - uneven burner glow, why?

05 January 2015 - 04:20 PM

There is that! Also the "quality" (integrity) of today's parts distribution system, where counterfeits and knockoffs from China are commonplace.


In Topic: Exhaust-sized punchout on side of GE PCVH480EKW0W dryer

05 January 2015 - 03:10 PM

Ah, interesting. I must not have ever had occasion to look in the right section of the parts cattledogs. (It's also completely possble I fumblefingered the model number in starting this topic).


In Topic: GE JBP35 electric range - uneven burner glow, why?

05 January 2015 - 02:59 PM

H'mm. If "bad burner" is the only possible explanation, I've seen it often enough (and on enough new burners, and not just localised to the supports) that I have to wonder about the quality of replacement burners.


In Topic: GE PCVH480EKW0W dryer suspiciously cool exhaust

23 November 2014 - 04:30 PM

I guess, though its idea of "dry" is not much in accord with what I'm accustomed to. Another way of saying it: any given setting ("Warm", "Hot", "Extra hot"... or "Dry" "More dry" "Extra dry") is not as fast and not as dry as I'm used to with other dryers. 


In Topic: GE PCVH480EKW0W dryer suspiciously cool exhaust

22 November 2014 - 01:39 PM

Or maybe not. I put a thermometer probe in the lint filter and ran a load of towels on the "Antibacterial" setting. Temp reading hovered around 115° - 124° (F) until the moisture sensor told the dryer to jump down from 60 to 20 minutes remaining, then with 15 minutes remaining the temp ramped up and down between 125° and 156° before ramping down when "Cooldown" appeared on the display. Sounds right, then?



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