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Member Since 27 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 30 2013 10:12 PM

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In Topic: AEQ8000F50 No Heat electric dryer

20 September 2013 - 02:31 PM

Oh yeah, and cause Im lazy I was getting 220 at the element terminals but thats with one wire pulled and my other meter prong shoved in the motor wire harness it feeds off of. I know, breaking all the rules. I just want to know the deal with the 220 outlet. 

In Topic: temps all over the place

24 July 2013 - 07:53 PM

Yup, its the board. Check out core centric or another rebuilder. 

In Topic: GE Wall Oven

24 July 2013 - 07:51 PM

Self clean makes me more money then any other appliance feature, period. 

In Topic: Kenmore Washer (Direct-Drive) - intermittent spin problems until now - couple...

24 July 2013 - 07:48 PM

I would put the machine in empty and see if it spins. is motor running or is it locked up. If it does spin, can you easily stop it from spinning with the palm of your hand? You shouldn't be able to, and you run a good chance of getting hurt if the clutch is fine. 


*I would put the machine into spin cycle, empty, and see if it spins

In Topic: No "tickee", no "washee" - Kenmore Built Whirlpool's time...

30 May 2013 - 08:09 PM

Just for kicks, did you check the lid switch anyways? Your going to be stripping the case so you might as well jump it out. You know the routine. Pop the two pieces of the side trim, remove phillips screws, flip console back, pop the two case clips. yada yada. Check and see if the timer is getting voltage, check and see if its sending that voltage appropriately. etc and so forth. 

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