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betonjim

Member Since 16 Apr 2007
Offline Last Active Oct 30 2013 06:00 PM

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In Topic: Viking under counter I/M

30 October 2013 - 05:38 PM

If water is in Bin, you have a drain issue.  Likely solinoid as BMF mentioned or kinked drain line. 


In Topic: Worst Waser/Dryer install ever...

26 March 2010 - 08:16 PM

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In Topic: Worst Waser/Dryer install ever...

26 March 2010 - 08:11 PM

You certainly may use the photos.  The washer was installed that way when the current resident (my customer) moved in.  So I don't think they would be upset upon the slim chance they even found out.  To the other post.  It's not quite as bad as it looks.  The cabinet in front of the unit is fastened to the wall or floor however the counter and cabinet around the sink was designed to be taken apart.  The laundry sink would need to be uninstalled to have room to remove the washer cabinet.  The plumbing to the faucet was questionable as well.  I may have actually removed the laundry sink if the faucet was hooked up with nice supply hoses.  It was a cash job.  I actually did pull a laundry sink on a Samsung warranty job once.  I was pissed at myself after that call, I think I'm getting smarter.  I try to be a good service guy and sometimes I think I take it too far.  I'm gonna start getting more photos.  The whirlpool dryer with the thermister and teardrop fuse in the front on the blower housing.  One time I seen a guy remove the back of that dryer.  He cut through metal.  His wife heard me tell him he destroyed it.  You should have seen her face and heard what she said:shock:.  Than I had to collect money.

In Topic: Worst Waser/Dryer install ever...

24 March 2010 - 07:20 PM

The one in front of the washer does not move.  I told them to take apart the one on the left around the laundry sink and remove the laundry sink and maybe I could fix it.  Some people are clueless.

In Topic: Worst Waser/Dryer install ever...

24 March 2010 - 06:30 PM

[img][IMG]http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c151/Jimbeton/appliance/2010-03-23144719.jpg[/IMG][/img][img][IMG]http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c151/Jimbeton/appliance/2010-03-23144640.jpg[/IMG][/img]I'll just put these here...:shock:


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