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hrbanana

Member Since 05 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 12 2013 10:36 AM

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In Topic: GE Washer WJSE4150B1WW - Banging Noise During Spin

12 July 2013 - 10:14 AM

fairbanks, your blue/white wire trick worked! It will hold us over for a few days. Thanks!


In Topic: GE Washer WJSE4150B1WW - Banging Noise During Spin

11 July 2013 - 09:39 AM

Thanks guys, for the analysis! The wife has been asking for an new washer, so maybe this is the time.

 

I'll try the blue/white wire high-speed fix in the interim per fairbank56's suggestion.


In Topic: GE Washer WJSE4150B1WW - Banging Noise During Spin

10 July 2013 - 10:36 PM

^^

I should note that the video was shot while the tub was unloaded.


In Topic: GE Washer WJSE4150B1WW - Banging Noise During Spin

10 July 2013 - 10:25 PM

Hi,

Thanks for the tips. I did check and it doesn't look like the noise is from the frame or foreign objects in the tub.

 

Here's a link to the video on DropBox:

https://www.dropbox....erBangNoise.mov

 

Thanks!


In Topic: GE Dryer DWSR483GB1CC - Leaking Gas

11 April 2010 - 07:13 AM

Looks that the plugged vent was the issue. Now need to figure out why so much lint bypassed the filter & made it out to the vent; we clean/check the filter after each load. It doesn't look like as much lint is in the filter/trap as I would have expected. We had a lot of wind around the time it became plugged & the wind was blowing in the opposite direction that the vent discharges. Perhaps the wind made it difficult for the dryer to exhaust since there is no downward facing cover on the outside of the house (it's just a horizontal discharge with vanes).

FYI, model no. for the Maytag is MGDC400VW0. Didn't check the temp, but it does feel "normal" now coming out of the vent. Total vent length is < 36" from dryer to outside of house.


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