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cuzzin sam

Member Since 11 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 03 2015 12:16 PM

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In Topic: Frigidaire Range m#FES365EQA

03 August 2012 - 08:36 PM

thanks a million guys - i feel so much smarter now.

In Topic: whirlpool refrig m#GDSDHAXVB02

20 July 2012 - 10:10 AM

I just talked to the customer - they were told by another repair guy that crushed ice could cause a problem so for the last month they've only used cubed ice and the problem persists. I hate to change parts without knowing for sure but I'm starting to think the flapper may need to be replace just bacause I can't think of anything else. What's your opinion on that?

In Topic: whirlpool refrig m#GDSDHAXVB02

20 July 2012 - 06:24 AM

  • Hmm, that sounds possible, but for eighteen hundred bucks you'd think folks could use the crushed ice selection all they wanted - especially since it's an option right there in the door. Oh well, I'm gonna tell em to try cubed ice only for a while and see what happens. Thanks for the help guys, Sam

In Topic: whirlpool refrig m#GDSDHAXVB02

19 July 2012 - 08:59 PM

Nope, the door gaskets look great - as a matter of fact they look like they're making the perfect seal - touching great all the way around and no frost or anything around them, no coolaid dripping down and sticking, it just seems like an extra strong vacuum holding the door shut. Also, nothing else in the freezer is frosted, just the ice bin. One of the other repair guys told the customer that ice gut stuck in the flapper on this model and he should allways check to make sure it was closed all the way. I was just wondering if any of these flapper doors had given anyone else intermittent trouble - it just seems thats what has to be the culprit. Thanks, Sam

In Topic: TFX22CDRA WW GE Refrig

04 April 2012 - 07:37 PM

It's allways possible I "misspelled" the number, but I typed it like I wrote it so...I'll check again to see if I can find a drip but it just seems like an odd place for water to leak and it's not an icicle, it's nearly round and formed between the 2 fingers. Thanks for the help and I'll check on it again tomorrow. Cuz

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