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jb8103

Member Since 17 Apr 2005
Offline Last Active Aug 14 2014 11:12 PM

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In Topic: Issue with Carrier 58MVP 100 14120

11 May 2014 - 08:46 AM

ACTechGuy, that link to the manual doesn't work any more. Can you resolve, plz? I would very much like to add that manual to my collection - if I don't already have it.


In Topic: Kenmore electric dryer 110.67732791

10 May 2014 - 06:56 AM

We do have voltage to all components. Thermal switch is OK, door switch functional, confirmed continuity on the push-to-start switch.

 

But, here is where reality deviates from the schematic. I have 2 white/red wires supplying 120VAC to the switch, they are plugged into a ganged terminal. I also have a black wire, and also a plug for 2 tan wires. When I push the start button, voltage on the white/red pair drops to zero.

 

Tech sheet shows one white wire, one white/red, coming in, and one black on the other side.


In Topic: Kenmore electric dryer 110.67732791

09 May 2014 - 12:49 AM

You're probably wondering why I haven't done that already, considering it's a basic diagnostic, listed third in the Samurai's Dryer Repair FAQ's.

 

Well. It so happens I am in a fragile emotional state right now. Yeah. That's it. Tired and emotional.

 

So no snickering or making mock.

 

Thanks, Kurtius, I will do that as soon as I sober u.....Er, I mean, recover from my inner pain and distress.


In Topic: Whirlpool electric oven RF315PXDN0 runaway burner

03 April 2014 - 11:02 AM

Learn something every day around here - I never knew there was a "current" vs "voltage" type of switch.


In Topic: Whirlpool electric oven RF315PXDN0 runaway burner

01 April 2014 - 01:43 PM

Changing out one of these switches has to be the easiest $80 in the business, if you don't count flipping on a circuit breaker. But that's only $60, so still.



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