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micabay

Member Since 15 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 09:40 PM

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In Topic: Kenmore washer 110.29522801 loud wash cycle

23 July 2014 - 11:20 PM

Ok. Thanks. After taking the cabinet off without removing anything I did see a small to med amount of oil on top of the gearcase. Does this indicate any other problem?

Common to see the oil leaking from the transmission.  Not the best for your floor, but unlikely cause of the troubles with your machine.  As an experiment, my supervisor took all of the oil out of the transmission (same one/ design machine as yours) and ran it to see how long it would go before breaking....  It got used everyday for 19 months, before it had another unrelated problem that wasn't worth fixing....  Your machine still has oil in the transmission....  

 

Did you get eye balls on the coupling?


In Topic: frigidaire d/w #pld2855rfc1 water level

19 July 2014 - 08:28 AM

Also, run the water at the sing until you get hot water out of the fausit before you start the dishwasher....  you don't turn the water on in the shower and jump in right away yes?   you let it warm up first.


In Topic: DCS RD 305 stove: no gas flow to broiler and oven

18 July 2014 - 11:27 PM

Summary: I had to replace the igniters (to the oven and broiler).  Once replaced, the oven and broiler fire up fine and the unit works as expected.

 

Thank you, folks, for sharing your wisdom and helping ease my anxieties over my stove.

I appreciate your help very much!

Also, those ignitors are a ware and tear item, similar to tires on a car.  The more you used the oven the more they ware.  


In Topic: Was using cell phone as GPS

18 July 2014 - 11:23 PM

half my customers done even know cross streets, when there in a new development thats on my gps and i ask for directions they dont even know what road leads to the developmentvert

very true..... lived in Southern California for a short spell....  within 3 months of living there it was very apparent that I knew my way around better than most of the locals, some having lived in the same 3 block radius for their whole 50 years.....


In Topic: My freezer don't seem to work

18 July 2014 - 11:19 PM

"We have an old freezer that's not really cold enough" . . . . . They are great customers and great people. All I could do was scratch my head about how the hell do you defrost this thing?? It had to weigh 1000 pounds. I tried to tilt it and it wouldn't budge, I just started laughing.

:woot:  unplug it... see you two weeks from tomorrow!



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