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sterracina

Member Since 04 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Nov 16 2014 09:15 PM

Topics I've Started

Upright Freezer Door Ajar Light Stays On (Frigidaire LFFU14F5HWC)

17 September 2012 - 08:44 PM

What would cause the door ajar light to stay on and the alarm to sound. If you reset it, it will stay off for a few minutes then start buzzing again. Everything else seems to be working fine. If I need to replace the plunger switch, how do I remove/replace it.

Thanks

Anode Rod for Rheem 81V80D and GE Profile PG40T9A

19 September 2011 - 03:58 PM

I see that anode rods come in several different materials. When selecting a rod, do you buy one specific for your brand and model number or are they somewhat generic? One reason I'm asking is because I just watched a video on YouTube and the plumber actually cut the new rod so that it would be the same lenght as the one he was replacing.

Thanks,
Sam

Whirlpool Washer (GSL9365EQ0) Making Howling Sound

31 August 2009 - 06:49 PM

My direct drive 1998 Whirlpool Gold Series washing machine (model GSL9365EQ0) has been making a high pitch howling type noise during wash, rinse, drain and spin cycles.  About the only time it's not making this noise in when it's filling with water.  The tub doesn't have to be moving to make the noise b/c it even makes this sound when it's draining.  It's has been making this noise for several months (maybe even a year).  The motor went out about a month ago and I replaced it.  The noise never dissipated (I looked that word up).  I also replaced the cams that are attached to the motor.   If it's not the motor (because its been replaced) and it also makes this noise when the drum is not moving, what do you think is the problem.


PS ==>   What can I do with my old washing machine motor.  I don't want to throw it in the trash.  I'd rather give it away.

Thanks

 



 



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