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AvanteAppliance

Member Since 21 May 2011
Offline Last Active May 15 2012 07:56 PM

#230291 Maytag MLE2000AYW Stack W/D Leaking Out Washer Door

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 18 April 2012 - 11:33 AM

ROFL!!!

I don't think Drano is really the best thing to be putting into a washer to clear clogged rubber tubing?




#220568 Starting the shopping process for new Washer dryer

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 13 January 2012 - 07:46 PM

need some help from the masters...what make and model (preferably stackable) washer dryer is recommended in terms of value.

OR, what make and models should I avoid like bad sushi?

Thank you!

Due, just save yourself all the hassle of comparative analysis and do it by hand like in them older days.....


#220475 Maytag Neptune MAH4000AWW Front Load washer wont spin

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 13 January 2012 - 03:27 AM

Smack it around rrrrreeeeal hard, that should do the trick....J/King, hyup, I second all the motions, pull machine forward and access the rear access panel, if its a slight whirring sound but wit no tub action whatsoever, it sho could be da belt. But.....with dis bein' said, this might be a symptom of an underlying issue. Like a failing bearing (outer tub) or even the drive motor bearing.
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#218967 Kenmore Dryer 110.66812694 Won't Run at all

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 31 December 2011 - 02:48 AM

Put cho ohm, wait a minute, unplug the machine first, pull out cho ohm meter and put one probe on one end of the door switch and the other end on the other end of the door switch, hit the switch, if there be continuity, meaning the meter actually reads something however so slightly then the switch is good, but with the probes attached to both ends and you flicking the door switch you get nothing on the meter then the switch be bad..........


#218966 Maytag MLE2000AYW Stack W/D Leaking Out Washer Door

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 31 December 2011 - 02:42 AM

Check and make sure cho door isn't misaligned as well, the door boot and door should be sealing properly to prevent any leaks.


#218857 Can I repair boot/diaphram seal on samsung wf210anw?

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 29 December 2011 - 10:35 PM

Click on the link above and get it on order


NOW!!!


#218827 Can I repair boot/diaphram seal on samsung wf210anw?

Posted by AvanteAppliance on 29 December 2011 - 06:59 PM

You could, but then would you risk your hardwoods/floors soaked if the patch were to fail? Not to mention if and when it does fail it'll take out other electrical machine components located on the bottom of the machine as well. So not worth the price of the part methinks...... just my .02$ After the repair put up a big sign that says, "PLEASE CHECK YOUR POCKETS BEFORE STARTING A LOAD."



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