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s4zando

Fisher Paykel DD602 Service Manual, please!

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May I please get a copy of the Fisher Paykel Service Manual for the DD602?

Thanks!

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ok, but if you have a DD602, it's pretty old and ready for the scrap heap.

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ok, but if you have a DD602, it's pretty old and ready for the scrap heap.

Other than a leaking hose, it's still working fine... I don't see a reason in replacing - isn't that the point of this website? ;) (especially considering the cost to replace!)

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Most of the DD602s I've seen in the field are in pretty bad shape.

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What is wrong with it? Some parts are no longer available.

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Be carefull if its an interior hose. The hose guide breaks easily and is dificult to replace also note the drain hse twit if you remove thedrain hose. it must go back inwith the same twist.

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Other than a leaking hose, it's still working fine... I don't see a reason in replacing - isn't that the point of this website? ;) (especially considering the cost to replace!)

true , but as mentioned some parts are no longer available

how long will it keep going and how much do you keep throwing into it that could be better spent on replacing the whole thing

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