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  1. For almost 25 years I have been a technician in the Appliance repair industry. In that time I have seen and witnessed many things that technicians have said or done in a home but there always seemed to be some sort of creed or code with techs that they wanted to learn and to repair the item in the home correctly. My history was I went to Devry for Electronics and actually got into the business from a friend. I never thought that I would end up doing this however being mechanically inclined, having common sense, and skills with an electrical meter, and also the ability to read wiring diagrams
  2. I have a Kenmore Coldspot side by side fridge 106.54683300. It has stopped getting cold. I cleaned the condenser which was very dirty, having not been previously cleaned 12 years. The compressor was very warm to the touch. When I plugged it back in the compressor would go on for about 10-15 seconds then cut out. A few minutes later, it would repeat that cycle. I thought perhaps it was too hot, so I unplugged it and let it cool down. No luck. I pulled the relay start assembly, (2255198) and replaced it with the new generation one 2319792. Still, I am having the same issue, compressor c
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    SOURCE 110 2006 ELECTRIC & GAS DRYER Electric Models: 110.67032600 110.67042600 110.67052600 110.67062600 110.67072600 110.67082600 110.67086600 110.67087600 110.67092600 Gas Models: 110.77032600 110.77042600 110.77052600 110.77062600 110.77072600 110.77082600 110.77086600 110.77087600 110.77092600 Tech Sheet PUB W10035270
  4. File Name: Sears Kenmore Whirlpool Oasis Dryers Service Manual and Tech Sheet File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 06 May 2014 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper SOURCE 110 2006 ELECTRIC & GAS DRYER Electric Models: 110.67032600 110.67042600 110.67052600 110.67062600 110.67072600 110.67082600 110.67086600 110.67087600 110.67092600 Gas Models: 110.77032600 110.77042600 110.77052600 110.77062600 110.77072600 110.77082600 110.77086600 110.77087600 110.77092600 Tech Sheet PUB W10035270 Click here to download this file
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