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Electrician Dude

Member Since 12 May 2008
Offline Last Active Feb 24 2011 06:36 PM

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In Topic: Frigidaire D/W Won't Drain

24 February 2011 - 03:16 PM

It is brand new
It has never worked
The drain is connected to garbage disposal (with loop)
I'm not sure who installed it
I will check the knock out plug

In Topic: Amana wall oven model AOCD2770WW

23 February 2011 - 06:28 PM

Sorry it took so long to get back to you peoples. The long and short of this is: every attempt to fix the board failed. The semi good news is they were able to get a new double wall oven at a significant savings. This is due to the fact that the customer was not hip to the "we don't make those anymore story" I'm just glad I wasn't the guys that sold her the last oven. After a lot of yelling, screaming, and name calling she got a hell of a deal.

In Topic: Amana wall oven model AOCD2770WW

09 November 2010 - 12:53 PM

Just got my magic fix it juice from Newark Electronics today. Waiting for the board to return from Fixyourboard.com They said they didn't really have a good fix for the board. So like I said it's crunch time and I have nothing to lose. So I am going to give it a shot. I will take pictures of the repair process and share them with y'all. I will also give you a report on the success or failure of said repair.

In Topic: Amana wall oven model AOCD2770WW

22 October 2010 - 08:04 AM

Ok then. I am off to send the board to the board repair people. If they say they can,t do anything with it i,ll take a whack at 'er my self. It's crunch time and I got nutt'in to loose.

Robin The Hood you have probably tried this already (in regards to Everafter)http://www.auntjudys.../Avon_Facts.htm They say there is A replacement. And this one http://www.shop.com/...823318-p .xhtml

And http://cgi.ebay.com/BIG-AVON-1990-EVERAFTER-COLOGNE-1-7ozSPRAY-DISCONTINUED_W0QQitemZ370224667951QQcmdZViewItemQQptZfragrance

I will keep you peoples informed on the board if anyone is interested.

In Topic: Amana wall oven model AOCD2770WW

21 October 2010 - 09:47 AM

Ah! The (obsolete) word. Every technician in every field’s nightmare. The word your costumer/boss/bean counter, certainly doesn’t want to hear. In the industry I’m in I hear it so much I’ve just become numb to it. It used to bother me a lot. Now I expect it. The whole thing is double edged sword. On one hand I have to be an advocate of technology. It is a major part of my job. Better, faster, smaller, smarter, more flashy lights. That’s the way it is, and probably for good reason. On the other hand sometimes I miss the giant knobs, switches, timers, buttons that you could replace with a Radio Shack toggle switch if you had to until you could get the right one. I have parts in my inventory that haven’t changed in design since WW 2. I’ve got other parts that have an upgrade every 5 years. I have ran into circumstances where A part has failed and there have been two or three upgrades since that one was built. It’s just frustrating to junk A good whatever it is because you need some little part. Then you have these Johnny and Betty do-gooders who don’t want their landfills filled up by our throw away society. Or that it took dinosaur oil to build the part. I guess if nothing ever changed we would all still be cruising around in model T’s. I bet we would be happy though.


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