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jwj2357

Member Since 03 Aug 2006
Offline Last Active May 19 2014 11:43 AM

Topics I've Started

model kenmore 600 type 111-05 makes noise

21 January 2012 - 06:50 PM

washer makes noise during the spin cycle, like an unbalanced load? it does it all the time so im not sure its unbalanced

dryer not heating up maytag model# MDE7057AYW

22 November 2011 - 12:21 PM

Maytag dryer not heating up. runs but wont heat. its a model# MDE7057AYW and serial # 28076929YD?

do these have the heater coil at back end of drum? do u know what the reistance should be at the element?

any schematics or dissassemble instructions to open up dryer would be great,.

kenmore washer HE2 110.46472501 model

17 April 2011 - 09:09 PM

kenmore washer making horrible noise especially during spin. bearing?? how do I get to it and remove the tin work?

its a kenmore he2
110.46472501 model

hLs4636779 sn


its a nice washer front loader so id like to fix it

fridge not cooling

17 July 2010 - 03:23 AM

kenmore elite turo not cooling

model: 59673504201

sn: 11182027

fridge not cooling? was going to check evap coils after defrost. maybe a door got left open? any ideas its not that old

panansonic microwave NN-L9300

18 January 2010 - 05:28 PM

I found a bad microswitch I believe it is the "primary" microswitch. I cant seem to find one locally. the other tow check out ok (ohm wise) but the upper one is broken basically. the plastic switch frame seems intact not sure if there is supposed to be a spring at the bottom orwitch not. Id like to get the switch. I looked and found many switches on this site but not sure of the numbers. I believe this switch is a NC switch based on the drawing on the back.

need part numbers for switches and switch frame

 


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