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olyteddy

Member Since 23 Aug 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:42 PM

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In Topic: GE Dishwasher GLD6700N10 WW

Yesterday, 09:33 PM

Check the capacitor on the motor. There were a whole slew of them that have bad caps especially ones that have quick connect terminals. I haven't seen them sell the cap as a separate but the 10uf cap from an over the range microwave fan works well.


In Topic: Hot water runs out fast

18 April 2014 - 01:15 AM

What did you end up finding? My guess would be bad tstats or elements

Well since the OP said 'Gas' I kind of doubt it's either...


In Topic: PEM31SMSS GE Profile Spacemaker Countertop Microwave Paint Peeling

17 April 2014 - 09:21 AM

The client suspects steam in her case. She cooks lots of soup and vegetables in it.


In Topic: PEM31SMSS GE Profile Spacemaker Countertop Microwave Paint Peeling

17 April 2014 - 12:37 AM

It's apparently pretty common. First one I'd seen but lotsa stories about it...Here's one:  http://www.amazon.co...0#R7KLWTR5VED54


In Topic: GE WASHER MODEL WHRE5550K2WW

16 April 2014 - 09:46 PM

That nut needs to be really tight. The GE tool for it requires the use of a sledge hammer to tighten it down. The GE part number for this wrench is WX5X1325 but there are alternatives that are a bit more cost effective.



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