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Member Since 23 Aug 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 26 2014 06:33 PM

Topics I've Started

PEM31SMSS GE Profile Spacemaker Countertop Microwave Paint Peeling

16 April 2014 - 10:04 PM

Paint on the roof of this little hummer is blistering and peeling. Anyone ever paint the inside of a microwave?

WCVH6800J2MS Rock fell off

21 February 2014 - 06:30 AM

Serial ZT****** (Dec. 2010) model. The top rear concrete block worked itself loose causing untold destruction. Well, OK, needs a rear drum (the plastic studs that hold the rock are busted off), a new rock (the three holes in it have wobbled themselves huge), a new seal (don't want to use an old seal) and maybe a pulley (moderately scarred when the rock rolled over on it). Now the Questions...Anyone else ever have this happen? Any chance GE will buy me the parts (my GE warranty guy said they've modified the mount)? Anyone recommend a good strong Epoxy to attach the weight (I'd need about a cup - the little tubes wouldn't cut it)? Anyone know (from experience) what caliber bullet I'd need for a clean through and through ? :bomb_ie:


Remove the drawer and auger from a GE Side by Side

23 January 2014 - 07:53 PM

I have a client with a GE SXS fridge. She doesn't use ice. In fact she'd like me to remove the Ice drawer and Auger so she can have a bit more storage space in the freezer. I was wondering if that would be detrimental to the operation of the fridge. I don't think so but it could alter the airflow. What do you think?

GE DPSR610EG0WT dryer

24 November 2013 - 03:07 PM

Please sir. This one has me stumped like a Doug Fir at a logger's jamboree...

GE DPSR610EG0WT dryer - Timer doesn't advance in Auto

24 November 2013 - 03:05 PM

Checked vent (good flow); replaced control inlet and drum outlet thermostats; temperature at filter inlet varies from 120 to 180 degrees; heaters both 19.5 ohms. Also substituted heat selector, timer and EOC signal board from a known to work dryer. This machine doesn't have a separate 4500 ohm resistor to drop the voltage for the timer. It appears to be part of the EOC board and reads 4500 ohms. Also, on the schematic there appears something called a top rod and a bottom rod. Does the Auto on this machine operate differently than the traditional method of getting timer motor current from the heating coils? Perhaps the top rod and bottom rod comprise some sort of moisture sensor?

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