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jambatt

Member Since 12 Jul 2007
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 03:29 PM

#325520 GE Water Line question

Posted by jambatt on Yesterday, 07:32 AM

You might try using a 1/4" hose barb connector. You might be able to get it inserted into the line in the door. Other wise you are looking at a new door.




#325517 GE Range JBP66DM2WW

Posted by jambatt on Yesterday, 07:16 AM

Kinda what I thought. Thanks.




#325234 Frigidaire FTF530FS0 fills and drains but will not agitate or spin

Posted by jambatt on 24 July 2015 - 07:32 AM

Door will stay locked until wax motor cools down and the plunger releases.




#324839 uline CLR2160 under the counter ice maker

Posted by jambatt on 19 July 2015 - 07:54 AM

The ones I've had all had cold control issues. Never had one of them fill the bin completely as the ice melts continuously unless it's one of the freezer units with the Whirlpool type icemaker.




#324394 Speed Queen washer AWN542SP111TW01 squeaking noise during agitation

Posted by jambatt on 14 July 2015 - 09:42 AM

Just looking at the parts diagram, I would try putting some grease on the drive block bell splines and  agitator. Sounds like the weight of the wet clothes might be putting extra torque on agitator causing enough movement in the splines or agitator to bell connection to create the noise. Just a thought...




#307543 Kenmore 11023822100 does not drain/ spin after wash/rinse agitation

Posted by jambatt on 13 November 2014 - 07:03 PM

Check the lid switch.


#306261 Maytag dishwasher MDBH968AWS2

Posted by jambatt on 23 October 2014 - 05:09 PM

Thanks. Parts supplier is replacing UI interface as warranty issue with out any questions asked. Surprised hell out of me. Apparently this is a fairly common occurrence with these interfaces.


#305910 GE GSD2200G02BB Won't run, sort of

Posted by jambatt on 18 October 2014 - 04:39 PM

Turn breaker off. Remove toekick. Use screwdriver to turn motor. Pump seal sometimes sticks to shaft keeping motor from starting. If motor turns free still will not start, it is probably the motor capacitor. GE doesn't sell it separate from the motor but have found the fan motor capacitor in a GE over the range microwave will work.


#305909 Dryer heats but barely dries, and I discovered it is holding water inside it....

Posted by jambatt on 18 October 2014 - 04:25 PM

I would remove the drum for two reasons. Makes it easier to access and you can vaccum out the lint buildup. To remove the drum, reach in and take tension of the belt and slip it off the motor pulley. Slide the belt to the rear of the drum and use it to help lift the drum out of the rear support bearing. After removing the drum vaccum out the lint and blow lint out of the motor. Use a pair of channel locks or vice grips on the motor pulley to hold shaft while you unscrew the nut on blower wheel. Sorry, can't remember if it is right or left hand thread. I usually replace the rear support bearing whenever I get this far into one. Check belt and front felts or glides for excessive wear. Saves another trip into it later.


#305815 Stackable washer dryer 41797812700

Posted by jambatt on 17 October 2014 - 07:16 AM

No need to remove dryer. Kill the power. Remove the front panel of the washer. Remove water level tube belt, and motor. Remove agitator. Remove screws from water inlet and move aside so tub will clear. Remove tub cap. Get two metal electrical boxes and remove the tabs for the cover screws. Remove the three small springs by gently straightening the tines that hook into base. Three heavy springs may be color coded, so make note of their location and setting in their base holders. Springs can be easily removed by moving tub to stretch spring and jam electrical box into spring to keep it opened up for easy removal and replacement. Once springs are removed, tub can be removed from the cabinet. Remove old tub seal. Remove three bolts holding plastic tub to base. Remove two screws holding tub bearing in place and remove tub. Transmission has two bolts holding it in the base. I always replace tub bearing and seals. Don't like to have to tear into it twice.


#301711 maytag performa model pdet910ayw drum wont turn

Posted by jambatt on 23 August 2014 - 05:09 PM

I'm glad Mr. Murphy messes with someone else besides me Sensai.


#301007 GE elec dryer: top of dryer gets too hot DBXR463EG6WW

Posted by jambatt on 14 August 2014 - 05:15 PM

Have had the same issue. Usually found vent issue or customer cut unit off before it went through the cool down period (no heat during last 5 to 10 minutes of the cycle). Sometimes the cycling thermostat (high limit) is bad.


#300604 pds22scrarss

Posted by jambatt on 08 August 2014 - 06:43 PM

Check airway between FF and Freezer. Had similar issue with different GE model. Found the foam seal was improperly installed and blocked the airway.




#289165 My fridgidare gallery front load washer

Posted by jambatt on 26 March 2014 - 05:24 PM

Model number??




#288641 Rotary start assembly seating clips

Posted by jambatt on 20 March 2014 - 05:43 PM

Replaced console on same dryer twice in less than six months. That's when I decided I was a little smarter than the GE engineers and designers. Fabricated a bracket to hold switch in place. Only modification since original design was to add shrink wrap to prevent shorting out if it made contact with one of the terminals. I guarantee it as long as the customer owns the dryer. Don't guarantee the POS GE rotary switch. Not had one fail yet.







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