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  1. Appliance tip of the week - Dishwasher Installation With Non-Wood Countertop

    Appliance tip of the week.
    Dishwasher Installation With Non-Wood Countertop.

    I am trying to install my dishwasher but my counter top is not wood, what can I do?

    From GE...
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    Dishwasher...
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    Originally posted 7-21-2013 8:52 AM Thankx...

    Originally posted 7-21-2013 8:52 AM

    Thankx for the update
    That helps others!

    jeff.
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    Originally posted 7-20-2013 12:08 PM ...

    Originally posted 7-20-2013 12:08 PM



    Problem - Gas flame comes on first few times then quits and igniter keeps cycling on and off but never lets the gas go.

    Answer ( most common ) -...
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    Originally posted 7-20-2013 8:05 AM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-20-2013 8:05 AM

    Hi,

    Sears site is down, this is a gas dryer?



    Is the ignitor coming on? Heating once or twice and then stop heating has often been the coils on the...
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    Originally posted 7-18-2013 5:14 PM A top...

    Originally posted 7-18-2013 5:14 PM



    A top freezer style.



    You have confirmed what is running?
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    Originally posted 7-18-2013 12:09 PM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-18-2013 12:09 PM

    Hi,



    Normally some #'s after the TBX (18)(22).

    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php
  7. Thread: leak

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    Originally posted 7-18-2013 8:00 AM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-18-2013 8:00 AM

    Hi,

    Drip pan/condensate pan is built into the compressor mount...

    #751...

    750
  8. Originally posted 7-18-2013 7:56 AM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-18-2013 7:56 AM

    Hi,

    When ever the temp dial is adjusted/changed...it takes 24 hours to take effect.



    Or the fan itself, many times the board is sending power to both...
  9. Thread: Fisher & Paykel

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    Originally posted 7-16-2013 7:50 AM Your...

    Originally posted 7-16-2013 7:50 AM

    Your welcome

    jeff.
  10. Thread: Fisher & Paykel

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    Originally posted 7-15-2013 9:54 PM Grab a...

    Originally posted 7-15-2013 9:54 PM

    Grab a copy while you can...

    http://www.applianceaid.com/pdf/517792A-PH7-USA-Eco-Washer-Service.pdf

    jeff.
  11. Thread: Fisher & Paykel

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    Originally posted 7-15-2013 8:36 AM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-15-2013 8:36 AM

    Hi,



    Nope.
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    Originally posted 7-15-2013 1:55 PM If the...

    Originally posted 7-15-2013 1:55 PM

    If the unit has one, sure...

    http://www.applianceaid.com/whirlpool-auto-dry-cycle.php

    jeff.
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    Originally posted 7-14-2013 9:46 AM 120/220...

    Originally posted 7-14-2013 9:46 AM

    120/220 on the timer body is usually the motor and heat contacts inside as some are for 120 volt items (motor) and some are for the 220 (heat) items.


    ...
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    Originally posted 7-13-2013 9:59 PM Timer...

    Originally posted 7-13-2013 9:59 PM



    Timer motor yes.....on the auto cycles.



    Should say right on the timer motor itself, there are some nowadays that are 220 volts instead of 120 volts.
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    Originally posted 7-13-2013 11:46 AM Most...

    Originally posted 7-13-2013 11:46 AM

    Most resistors are up beside the timer....they often cut down the 240 volt power to 120 volts for the timer motor......most times if something happens to the...
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    Originally posted 7-13-2013 7:59 AM Timers are...

    Originally posted 7-13-2013 7:59 AM

    Timers are probably worth trying a used one.....not much in the dryer will hurt the timer or timer motor.

    jeff.
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    Originally posted 7-14-2013 4:01 PM Thankx for...

    Originally posted 7-14-2013 4:01 PM

    Thankx for the update

    jeff.
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    Originally posted 6-21-2013 8:55 PM ...

    Originally posted 6-21-2013 8:55 PM



    Probably not all....but many that I see do.



    Not sure if it will help or not, but the newer model# you posted has a 5500 BTU burner, which is the...
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    Originally posted 6-21-2013 7:46 AM That's...

    Originally posted 6-21-2013 7:46 AM



    That's too bad...the hollow ones have a screw that can adjust the flame intesity.



    Trueish for sure....valve and orifice allow the gas flow to the...
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    Originally posted 6-20-2013 1:30 PM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 6-20-2013 1:30 PM

    Hi,



    LP burns hotter than NG does.
    The valve appear to be different between those two cooktops.
    Are the shafts ( under the knob ) hollow on yours?
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    Originally posted 7-13-2013 9:56 PM ...

    Originally posted 7-13-2013 9:56 PM





    Lid switch -sounds- ok since the drain out started to operate. Missing parts of the cycle is more often than not a timer issue.....burnt/blackened timer...
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    Originally posted 7-13-2013 8:01 AM Hi, ...

    Originally posted 7-13-2013 8:01 AM

    Hi,



    That appears to be part of a full model#...
    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php
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    Originally posted 7-12-2013 7:38 AM The...

    Originally posted 7-12-2013 7:38 AM

    The centrifugal switch cannot be removed, it switches from start winding to run winding....the heat part is not required for the motor.
    Do rememeber the...
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    Originally posted 7-11-2013 11:24 AM ...

    Originally posted 7-11-2013 11:24 AM




    Correct.



    Nope, it hs nothing to do with the motor itself running or not running.
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    Originally posted 7-10-2013 10:39 PM Put...

    Originally posted 7-10-2013 10:39 PM



    Put your mouse over it and click.....it becomes bigger.



    The motor heat switch should, it closes to complete the heat circuit once the motor is up...
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