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TheApplianceTechnician

Member Since 22 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Nov 25 2014 01:12 PM

#299025 My freezer don't seem to work

Posted by TheApplianceTechnician on 18 July 2014 - 07:58 PM

"We have an old freezer that's not really cold enough" . . . . . They are great customers and great people. All I could do was scratch my head about how the hell do you defrost this thing?? It had to weigh 1000 pounds. I tried to tilt it and it wouldn't budge, I just started laughing.

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#257496 Viking stoves

Posted by TheApplianceTechnician on 07 June 2013 - 11:02 PM

Battle plan

1. Patience.

2. More of 1

3. repeat

 

You get the point. The ones i've worked on are pretty simple really., just a real pita because of the screws, rust, placement. . . . I like hadco for parts.

 

Vikings always seem to take 3 times as long as the regular ones




#213910 DIY recharge of Sub Zero 532

Posted by TheApplianceTechnician on 09 November 2011 - 01:56 AM

NO! Don't, the pressures are very different from a car 134a system. I have seen a few of these mechanic freon refills over the last few years and most of them are severely overcharged. Durham is right, it takes a lot more than a colored pressure gauge to figure out how much you would need anyway.


#211045 GE SXS refrigerator GSS20IEM3WW

Posted by TheApplianceTechnician on 12 October 2011 - 10:49 PM

Usually droplets are from a gasket problem, check the gasket around the door a good check to see if it's sealing properly.


#203433 I Thought I Was on Jerry Springer

Posted by TheApplianceTechnician on 22 July 2011 - 12:45 AM

hahah, guess I'm not used to this kinda stuff. Saw a youngin slapping the holy everliving crap out of her dad because she didn't get her way. Said I'd have to order a part and split never to go back. Dysfunctional family means dysfunctional checking account. No thanks. . . .



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