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Member Since 27 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 19 2013 09:47 AM

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GE Profile P2B930 leveling leg access

19 December 2013 - 05:54 AM

How do I get to the rear leveling legs once this slide in is in place? Owners manual reads that they can be adjusted from the top with the warming drawer removed.


Samsung RF263AEWP diagnostics

24 September 2012 - 09:54 AM

I used the service manual for the RF267A RF26XA to guide me through the disassembly of my refrigerator evaporator cover to get at the ice that had formed there. I had to get the unit back up and running and didn't get a chance to do any more troubleshooting. The LED panel diagnostic instructions in the service manual refer to button combinations that aren't on my RF263. If this unit has such a feature, does anyone know how to access it? I'd like to get some more info before I go in with my multi meter.


Samsung RF263AEWP manual defrost

19 September 2012 - 08:12 PM

I have a Samsung RF263AEWP that's doing the ol' icing up in the refrigerator compartment. Is there a way I can put it in refigerator evap only defrost like you can with some of the RS modeld (i.e., hold power freeze and power cool buttons)? Any way I can get a repair manual for this model? After defrosting, I guess the usual suspects would be temperature sensor or heater. What say you appliance repair gurus?


bosch smu 2042 timer question

02 September 2010 - 02:33 PM

My Bosch smu 2042 dishwasher stalls intermittently during the wash and/or rinse cycles. I've been reading about problems with thermostats and temp regulators but think my timer might be the culprit. The cycle stalls while the the pump is still running. When I "bump" the dial forward, the cycle continues. In other words, it doesn't hang right before or after a fill or drain action.  The water is heating above the temp at which it enters the tub. Does this sound right, or do I have to get down and dirty with some temperature regulation troubleshooting?


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