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Adirondack Bob

Member Since 18 Nov 2005
Offline Last Active Today, 06:10 PM

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In Topic: Need a service manual for a Maytag Commercial washer MFS35PDFTS

15 January 2015 - 09:23 PM


In Topic: Got my AllDolly

14 December 2014 - 05:12 PM

Ready to buy an All Dolly.


Now I see they have an Expandable version. (Expandable from 31" to 41" in width)


In you guys' opinion, is the Expandable model needed?


Looks like the horizontal cross bar is cut in half and a longer cross bar is inserted/bolted to make it wider.


Maybe weaken the All Dolly with this added cross bar?





In Topic: IMT1 Ice Maker Tester

02 December 2014 - 08:11 PM

I also have the IMT-1 and love it.


However, went on a no ice call today for the newer #D7824706Q Ice Maker and it would not fit on this ice maker.


Is there an IMT-2 in the works possibly?


Also, on this Ice Maker, my trusty jumper wire between T and H did not seem to work. It seemed that the T and H holes were hollow: I pushed the jumper in as far as I could and it did not seem to be making any contact. I even tried using my meter set to amps, but the meter leads did not seem to go in far enough either.


Are these newer IM tested the same as the older Modulars? T to H?


11 October 2014 - 12:35 AM

I second PDuff : Speed Queen

In Topic: Samsung Fridge M# RS265LBBP

06 October 2014 - 10:12 PM

Thanks guys, greatly appreciated.


I will check the duckbill.


I like those HD wire ties! I will picking up a bag of those!


Question is where would they attach to the fridge side heater on this Samsung? It looks to be a "foil" type heater and not a calrod.

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