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ablock

Member Since 28 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active Aug 27 2012 06:31 PM

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In Topic: Fischer&Paykel DD603 not fully draining

10 May 2012 - 10:02 PM

@DanInKansas: Thanks, I'll check on that. But doesn't the fact that I can't blow through the hose suggest that it's pretty well blocked (whether or not the Y alignment is good)?

@kdog: I do have the SM, thanks. As I mentioned, it has no exploded parts diagram and doesn't mention the NRV at all...

/adam

In Topic: Asko T780 constantly overheating

30 October 2008 - 03:12 AM

denrayr:

I washed clean the lint filter and its plastic carrier pieces, removed and rinsed the door gasketing, sprayed out the condenser, ran a dryer cycle with the door open, and plucked the lint from the condenser inlet area and the lint trap outlet. Then I did a load of towels in the wash and dried them on regular heat (not low)...

It worked perfectly, like a new dryer!

THANK YOU! You saved me hundreds of dollars. You (and Fixitnow) are tops.

/afb

In Topic: Asko T780 constantly overheating

29 October 2008 - 10:20 AM

Thanks! I'll try cleaning the lint filter with soap and water tonight and see how it goes. I assume you run with the door open by jamming down the latch?


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