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Anthony

Member Since 31 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 04:09 PM

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In Topic: SVD48600W Jenn Air Oven service manual needed

25 November 2014 - 11:22 AM

Search SVD486* in downloads.


In Topic: Samsung Twin Range FE710DRS/XAA Manual/Bulletin Request

21 November 2014 - 05:27 PM

     Touché.  I would love to respond more and will make a conscience effort to do so.  I use your site almost daily for assisting our team.  I love to read the scenarios and attempts to better the engineers.  It's seldom I see the opportunity to contribute.

     We've been shunned from factory authorization due to our service agreements, locked factory service companies and the cutbacks of the corporations since 1989.  I spend the majority of my work day searching for real answers and teaching/convincing the team to use their heads instead of parts to solve problems. 

     My access to factory technical sites is growing smaller though.  I'm quite the admirer of your site.  I look forward to the day we can convince the world (or at least the USA) that information shouldn't be a secret. 

 

     I guess that wouldn't be a good selling point for the corporations, to post all the bulletins for the products they're still trying to sell.  Amen brother...


In Topic: Samsung Twin Range FE710DRS/XAA Manual/Bulletin Request

21 November 2014 - 03:53 PM

Samanera = Novice  Really?


In Topic: Samsung Twin Range FE710DRS/XAA Manual/Bulletin Request

21 November 2014 - 03:50 PM

     Great, thank you!  This oven uses a partition plate (like a rack & hits a switch in back) in the middle of the oven to separate the oven cavity into a lower & upper oven.  Yes, it does have a warming drawer (usually the storage drawer).

     No seal on the partition, upper can only convection bake/roast or broil.  It uses the broil element & second convection fan to cook.  The lower oven can't broil.  It use the bake element & cycles the primary convection fan for normal (?) bake.  Need to read to be sure.

     Remove the partition & it just a normal full sized oven cavity.  Temperatures were fine on both.  Upper = 377F average set on 400F convection (8 degree swing).  Lower = 415F set on 400F (20 degree swing), little high.  

     Cooking times may vary due to the convection air.  Auto changes the convection temperature (thankfully).  Not a very "user friendly" oven if your not used to convection cooking and you don't "study" the owners manual (and take a test :woot:).  I just wanted to study the specs before I go back & recheck, then cook for her :thumbsup:


In Topic: Frigidaire 2011 French Door Refr W/Flextray I.M. Mod=EW28BS71ISA

05 November 2012 - 10:52 AM

Very cool! Thank you. I'll post on the blog if I find a true solution.


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