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AccApp

Member Since 03 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Mar 12 2014 03:40 PM

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In Topic: Sub-Zero 642 Groaning Noise

23 November 2010 - 03:34 AM

I have a similar groaning/moaning noise from the freezer section of my Sub-zero 680/S.

Does the freezer evaperator fan motor run whenever the compressor motor is running for the freezer compartment? Or, does the freezer fan run on it's own cycle independent of the freezer compressor?

Thanks

The freezer evap fan runs only when the compressor is on.

In Topic: LG WM3431HW Combo Washer Dryer

25 October 2010 - 04:01 AM

Just make sure the hot and cold water connections are correct. This unit will dry with hot water connected to the cold inlet but just barely and it will take forever. PS, these things are water hogs when used as a dryer.

In Topic: double wall oven cart

14 September 2010 - 07:05 PM

My All-Dolly paid for itself in about three months. I got a 2.5 lb r134a Robinair charging cylinder brand new on eBay for $175 about five years ago, be patient, the deals can still be had. I bought a 5 lb r12 cylinder (never used) for $80 from an eBay seller, you could probably buy a different outer cylinder or just the chart from Robinair.

In Topic: Hybrid Electric Water Heater

06 September 2010 - 08:43 PM

I installed one in my sister's house in rural Mass. (no natural Gas) and it works great for her. It makes sense where the only options are electric or propane.

In Topic: Questions for the Masters

06 September 2010 - 08:39 PM

[user=66622]AmTec Services[/user] wrote:

What is the purpose of attaching the power wire to the bottom of the mold?


Most wiring harnesses typically include a thermal fuse which is kept in contact (or near contact) with the mold with a small stainless steel clip. If the I/M overheats for any reason it kills power to the I/M , a good thing.


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