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Chuck Gibson

Member Since 04 Oct 2005
Offline Last Active Feb 16 2014 10:15 PM

Topics I've Started

Which electric stove to buy?

15 February 2014 - 11:20 PM

I need to replace my 25 year old Tappan stove. We want to go for a double oven type. What should I look for? Any certain Brand/model recommendations? Thanks for your help!


Kenmore electric dryer shuts off

08 July 2013 - 09:37 PM

I am working on a Kenmore Mod. 110.64722400. This dryer when set on 50 minutes will run 20 - 30 minutes and shut off before the cycle is complete. It seems to heat up fine. Reading and learning from other post I have removed the back, cleaned the vent and aluminum vent duct. Checked the vent going outside and it is clear. I replaced the motor with the same results. The aluminum frame on the motor runs between 115 and 120 deg. F as shown with an infrared laser thermometer. I checked the resistance of the drum and noticed a little bit of drag and upon inspection it needs the rear seal replaced. To bypass that I removed the drum and belt to remove all resistance from the motor and I am getting the same results.... it shuts off. The timer does not advance once the dryer quits running. When it shuts off you can immediately push the start button and it restarts but it runs a shorter period of time before shutting off again. How and what should I check?? Thank you much for any help you can give me!!   


Need recommendation for new clothes washer

25 April 2010 - 03:52 AM

I need a new washing machine to replace a GE that is 9 years old. I have had to repair this machine two or three times during its lifetime and I AM DONE! I am not a rich man so I am looking in the price range of maybe $650-700 greenbacks. We don't need anything fancy or big, maybe a 4.0 cubic ft. size. Do you guys have any recommendations?

Thanks,

Chuck


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