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  1. Just pulled a bad bake element out of a Kenmore electric oven 790.46893903. I have never seen anything as bad as this. The element cover (below the element in this model) had burn marks and a whole burned through. Do you think the element failed partially, drooped down and touched the cover while still partially energized until it failed completely? (Having trouble uploading pix.) Will do ASAP.
  2. Couldn’t find model anywhere, need closest service manual possible
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    Covers these Kenmore models: 592-893080 (Better-R/Elec-B/Silver) 592-893090 (Better-R/Gas -B/Silver) 592-893040 (Better-R/Elec-T/Red) 592-891070 (Good-R/Elec-I/Silver) 592-891170 (Good-F/Elec-I/Silver) 592-891080 (Good-R/Elec-B/Silver) 592-891180 (Good-F/Elec-I/silver) But teardown is essentially similar for all Samsung-built dryers so this manual should do for tear down for any Samsung dryer. For specific technical info, use the relevant Fast Track manual.
  4. Error Codes after using Diagnostic Setting: F9E1 - drain pump system problem - long drain F0E2 - Over Suds Detected This issue has been on/off over the last few weeks – and we were able to deal with it until now. Basically what happens, is the load starts washing and then it just stops when it gets to “spin”. Sometimes it just shows the red “lid lock” light only. When I cancel it and look inside, either the clothes are pretty wet but no sitting water (i.e. it drained but didn’t spin) or there’s a ton of water still there (didn’t drain or spin). We’ve been able to cancel t
  5. My Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.8576984 (GE? refrigerator 30 years old) has a damper that is stuck closed - refrigerator not cooling/evaporator fan replaced/no air from top vent. Freezer is fine and cools to 0 degrees. I believe it to be the reostat. What would be the OEMpart# or where can I find a replacement part? Thanks! Ron
  6. Tech sheet and a service manual for disassembly
  7. Need service manual for disassembly need tech sheet as well thx
  8. Need service manual for disassembly tech sheet as well
  9. I've got a Kenmore Washer model 110.29522801 will agitate and drain but won't spin. I thought it could be the motor coupler, but the black piece looks to be in perfect condition and the two plastic pieces are not broken or worn. (See images) I connected the motor back to power and ran the spin cycle. The motor moves the coupler without issue. What I think my issue is(I really have no clue. ha), the transmission won't turn by hand clockwise. It will turn counterclockwise, but not clockwise. Should it turn clockwise? If its not turning clockwise, does this mean my transmission is bad? Is a
  10. The compressor on my fridge needs to be replaced. I will be attempting to do the repair but I want to know exactly what the buldge is on the high side and the suction side of compressor. I can only assume it's some sort or secondary filter drier or muffler. Does it need to be replaced along with the compressor or can it just stay there? I tried searching for the part but it isn't listed on any website that contains parts for this fridge.
  11. The problem is the washer spins and halts, spins and halts, endlessly on most dial settings, regardless whether the lid is open or the dial is pulled. The only way to stop it is to unplug the machine. (It will fill with water on the CLEAN setting.) Here's a video I took of the problem. What I've done so far, all with no effect: Replaced the timer. Replaced the motor and motor switch. Replaced the entire wire harness. Replaced the lid switch. Tested the pressure switch (all good). Tested the capacitor (all good). Double-checked that the powe
  12. Hi, folks, my drain sink drains rather slowly, but my washer drains rather quickly. It does stop after a certain point to allow the sink to catch up, but only after a few gallons have found their way to the floor (not all the time, just under very interesting conditions, like washing a comforter). Anyway, before I go crazy trying to make a hack using a float switch, is there a built-in way to reprogram the unit to drain less water before pausing? Arigato!
  13. I NEED A TECH SHEET FOR THIS MODEL NUMBER, ALSO IT IS COIN OPERATED HOW CAN I PULL UP A PARTS LIST FOR THESE COMMERCIAL TYPE UNITS??, THANK YOU!
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