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Member Since 08 May 2013
Offline Last Active May 20 2015 09:48 PM

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built in oven ge model jkp45wp3wg

20 May 2015 - 07:37 PM

wierd deal -guy said he got F5 error code all january . would clear and it would work and then F5 again. Finally in february guy sent board off to houston to get board rebuilt --installed and he had used the oven 4 times and then it stopped working. No error code this time but you set bake and 350 and the broil element heats a little but bake not at all(guess the broil is partially energized to help with preheat) . bake element checks good but when it trys to heat you hear a hum for like 5 seconds then a click up in the contol area and bake element is cold and broil is touchable but warm. every minute or so you hear it hum for 5 seconds then click  and you get a tick ,ticking sound in the cabinet like the element cooling and contracting .  this continues indefinitly and after 18 minutes the inside of oven finally reached 100 degrees (starting temp 78). i guess from those little 4 to 5 second bursts of the broil element. any ideas?

maytag washer model MVWB300WQ1

05 May 2015 - 06:26 PM

washes fine but during spin it spins at about a million r.p.m. and the roar is so loud it sounds like standing next to a jet. no kidding it is literally so loud we had to shout at each other in the laundry room just to hear each other. recent development didnt used to be nearly this loud. any ideas?

oh forgot to add its called a "bravos" if that means anything.

kitchenaid dishwasher model KUDS30FXSS0

27 April 2015 - 09:59 AM

set controls start dishwasher and it comes on  but just runs a while and then stops. dishes still dirty and clean light is not on and no water inside so it did pump it out. normal cycle used to take like maybe hour and a half now we can go in like maybe 30 minutes later and it has stopped running. .  any ideas?  oh if it makes a diference all buttons on the keypad respond and it doesnt seem to matter what cycle or options you use it does the same thing starts fills runs (water getting thrown around) but come back later and it will have pumped out and be off but no clean light and dirty dishes and you know the trime hasnt been long enough.

whirlpool cabrio dryer model wed6200sw0

04 March 2015 - 12:09 AM

dryer wont start. set to any cycle display lights up and reflects the right time for the cycle but when you hit start it doesnt come on and the little light above the word "sensing" comes on.  ran the diagnostic test in tech sheet and error code "F 25" comes up. this shows a faulty inlet thermister, I replaced the inlet thermistor but no change ,still wont start. other thermostats show continuity and did the moisture sensor test and it beeped as described showing its good. not sure where to go from here any ideas.  thanks

maytag performa washer model PAV1000AWW serial12765692

19 February 2015 - 07:38 PM

washer would wash on delicate only if you used the perm press or superwash the unit would fill and timer would move but no agitate and no spin. suspected the motor (two speeds delicate being slow other cycles being fast) but when i checked motor there was no voltage getting to motor in perm press or super cycles so i deduced not coming from timer. replaced the timer but now its unusable it will fill on all cycles but timer does not move at all on all three cycles if you move it and pull it out all cycles will agitate . move to spin all cycles will pump and spin fine. so all three cycles the motor now works looking like deduction was right bad timer but the new timer i got doesnt advance at all. . did i just happen to get a timer with a bad timer motor or can something else cause this. thanks in advance for your input.

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