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Haydad

Member Since 13 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active May 07 2015 09:52 AM

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How to remove Timer setting control

07 May 2015 - 09:55 AM

The front of the panel of this washing machine has been basically removed except the timer control knob. The other knobs have been removed, just by pulling them. The timer control knob appears to be attached in a different manner as pulling does not work. How is this knob removed to allow access to the timer control assembly.

 

Thank you


Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

07 October 2012 - 10:22 AM

Some history, a couple of days ago, found water dispenser was not working, found top top two shelves of the refrigerator the items were freezing, Water filter was shattered, and digital display was blank. Found blend door broken, parts on order. Should solve refrigerator food freezing and hopefully will solve blocked water dispenser.

Need help as to why digital temperature display has stopped working, had been working prior to the above problems.

Thank you in advance.


UPdate:
If the temperture display is not working (assuming so since the display is not lit), is it safe to assume that the system is not keeping the proper temperatures. The freezer is still frozen and the refrigerator is still cold even with the blend door removed. As a note some duct tape has been placed over the port to the freeezer to minimize how much cold enters the refrigerator. Hope this is ok to do as I can't think of anything else to do until the parts arrive.

kenmore 417.42042100 puzzlement

13 April 2011 - 04:58 PM

Found the washer full of suds, all towels were water logged and it would not go into spin cycle. Tried several times to get the spin cycle to engage and it would not. It would start to tumble to the right and then spin, slowly, several times more to the left than what it did tumbled to the right but never would go into high speed. Emptied all the wet towels, drained the hose, verified the pump was working, and nothing was clogging it. Replaced the door latch, based on several sites implying this could be the problem. Started the washer, empty and it worked, to include the spin cycle. Put all the waterlogged laundry back in, started it up and it would not go into the spin cycle. Tried it in all the other washing mode options, and no spin cycle. Emptied the washer and it went into the spin cycle. Loaded about half of the laundry back in and it went into the spin cycle. Washed the other half of the load and it went into the spin cycle. Just put a full load in and it has just gone into the spin cycle.

The only thing I can think of is that I had too many items in the machine and the weight was the problem. Could this have been the problem or do I have still have a issue that is causing an intermittent problem? Is there another area where I should be looking?

Thanks in advance.


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