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phlattus

Member Since 24 Nov 2006
Offline Last Active Sep 03 2014 09:55 AM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Whirlpool duet washer WFW9150WW00 literally on the blink

04 August 2011 - 09:26 AM

I would sure suspect the user interface wiring or bad solder in the interface board. That symptom is just wierd.

In Topic: L6-20 receptacle determination?

07 March 2010 - 03:32 AM

The circuit you have should only be a dedicated supply you cannot branch off of that supply and have 2 240v outlets. If you want 2 240v outlets you must have 2 breakers and 2 sets of supply wires sized properly.

In Topic: Broken Appliance? Samurai Appliance Repair Man Makes Service Calls!

28 January 2010 - 01:29 AM

da gleen glatthopper gotta red a-hoe

In Topic: Trane heat pump BWR742E100A0

01 February 2009 - 04:33 AM

That would be perfect! All heat pump systems should be geothermal. But my 18v DeWalt just cant get that hole drilled. Fairly mild winters here in Oregon's Willamette Valley and this job needs to get done soon. Any input on Copelands Scroll compressor? Any advice on what not to install?

In Topic: Trane heat pump BWR742E100A0

30 January 2009 - 05:35 AM

Hey, Thanks for all the help. I am an appliance service tech. trying to move on to bigger and better things after a car accident. Two years out of the loop and am not going to retrain to fix complete crap coming out of the appliance industry. I have 30 years of experience working on residential/light commercial refrigerated and gas products. I totaly understand superheat/subcooling/flue gas anyl./ manifold press. ect.. The best knowledge doesent always com from the knowlagable. Only the experienced can correct what the knowlagable has created. I know I can do this job I just dont have the experience. It seems the best best solution for my friend is to replace the entire system upgrading to a more efficent unit. Plus it has a burn out condition anyway. The system is electric strip back up ( no gas ) has electric heat gotten more efficent since 1986?. Advice needed. Thanks


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