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eveready service

Member Since 08 Nov 2010
Offline Last Active Aug 11 2015 10:37 PM

#244105 Speed Queen LTSA7AWN

Posted by eveready service on 12 December 2012 - 08:26 PM

not needed, use a flat tip screwdriver under the tab on the bottom of tray. remove retainer wire from seal with spring in slot on panel edge,  screws from panel bottom,swing out carefully, unclip harness from panel top, rotate panel clockwise and set off to left side, now remove clamp from tub, older models will need to remove hose from valve on rear of soap tray, newer models have a worm clamp near the seal and don't come with the long hose, seal has a tab to locate in the 12 o'clock position (wetting the seal ) on tub and panel side will help with re-assy.

#223671 Speedqueen top load washer #awn542sp111tw01 noise

Posted by eveready service on 12 February 2012 - 12:37 AM

there is a steel washer and a plastic washer located above the trans pulley. If they are dry you will get a spuratic chattering noise. this is very common on s.q. washers. A couple drops of turbine oil on the edge and top of the washers will remedy this problem

#222837 no gas ~ 110.70622991 kenmore dryer

Posted by eveready service on 05 February 2012 - 09:50 AM

a shorted b coil (2) wire coil will cause the glo bar to stay lit with no valve opening. he did'nt say if the glo bar clicks off or not. the valve might have a broken stem or bad regulator also. Gas on?

#217854 w.p. duet dryer,ggw9250pw0

Posted by eveready service on 18 December 2011 - 08:59 PM

Thanks guys,
Turned out to be a bad door sw. It clicked normally and the interior light worked. I kind of passed it up and after looking at the wiring and control I checked the switch which turned out to be the problem. Should have tested it 1st.

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