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Member Since 21 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Aug 15 2013 09:12 PM

Topics I've Started

DIY freezer project

21 August 2011 - 11:39 PM


I'm moving the whole fam damily back to Tennessee, my pre-usmc stompin' grounds. Sooo. I'll have three fridges in the new digs. Since my deer hunting should be alot better in Tennessee than it is here in South Louisiana, and my son is now old enough ans skilled enough to bag a limit along side me, (not to mention turkeys, squirrels, doves, ducks, bass, crappie, blue cats etc) I'd like to try to convert my top-freeze kenmore into all freezer. Possible?


Maytag DW won't complete a cycle

08 August 2011 - 11:07 AM

Customer says sometimes it won't complete a cycle. He also says he can somtetimes coax it to complete by opening and closing the detergent door a few times. Sounds weird to me. I am thinking its the door switch? Any ideas?



Signing in

08 August 2011 - 10:53 AM

Can you make it where after you click on "Sign in", you can see the input fields, so you ither don't have to scroll OR you can see that something actually happened. When I click on sign in, my screen shows no sign of having changed until I go to scroll.


Help on an oven

20 July 2011 - 04:13 PM

So this oven has a good element, good high limit. and voltage going in to the circuit board, but no voltage coming out. Oven sensor is brand new.

Bottom oven not working, the top oven and stove top work

I need help determining if it's the circuit board, or the membrane with the buttons. I see no burns or bad spots on either.

Can I get a hint?


BTW, this guy is really poor, and I cringe when I see that the control switch and membrane are each about $300!

Jenn Air Dishwasha - JDB109AWS

05 July 2011 - 09:16 AM

Got a DW here that fills with water when no one is around. It drains, or, pumps, I should say. Finishes the cycle and is dry when I put the dishes away. Come back in a couple of days and the tub is full of water. I blew some crud out of the drain hose the other day. Yet the insubordination persists. I' m thinking maybe a faulty fill valve. An ideas before I head over there this afternoon?


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