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  1. Appliance tip of the week - Oven Bake Element Help.

    Appliance tip of the week.

    Oven Bake Element Help

    See the hole in the pictured element....

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    This is probably the most common way for an oven element to go bad....a spot in the...
  2. Appliance tip of the week - GE dryer disassembly help and tips

    Appliance tip of the week.

    GE dryer disassembly help and tips

    If your GE dryer looks like the one pictured below, we have some take apart/disassembly helps and tips.

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    Step 1: Remove...
  3. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    Good job! :) jeff.

    Good job! :)

    jeff.
  4. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    Let us know what happens when the new part...

    Let us know what happens when the new part arrives.

    jeff.
  5. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    A very good idea indeed! jeff.

    A very good idea indeed!

    jeff.
  6. Appliance tip of the week - Bosch dishwasher door helps

    Appliance tip of the week.

    Bosch dishwasher door helps

    Model Number: SHE55M16UC/64

    Brand: Bosch

    Age: More than 10 years old
  7. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    Probably sending 220 or a little less to the 120...

    Probably sending 220 or a little less to the 120 volt motor and it was objecting....or....sending less than 120 volts ( 90 -100 volts it should stall and not run ) to the 120 volt motor and it was...
  8. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    It is VERY strange.....and I have never heard of...

    It is VERY strange.....and I have never heard of this before.
    Only thing I still wonder about is your 220-240 volt feed as being possibly bad and to blame.



    The resistor should be for the...
  9. Appliance tip of the week - Water Reservoir Help

    Appliance tip of the week.

    Water Reservoir Help

    We have heard ( from forum comments ) a number of complaints recently that the chemicals used in water treatment facilities are causing the...
  10. I would suspect a min of 24 hours would be needed...

    I would suspect a min of 24 hours would be needed between adjustments.

    jeff.
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    Sometimes the 1250 watt element will not 100%...

    Sometimes the 1250 watt element will not 100% glow red.



    3 should be the same, 1 will be different. The switches are amperage sensitive so the large element will use a larger amp switch.
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    G'day, Parts breakdown shows 3 different...

    G'day,

    Parts breakdown shows 3 different elements.

    1 - Element, surface, large, 2400 W
    1 - Element, surface, small/6 inch, 1250W
    2 - Element, surface, small/6 inch, 1500 W

    So one of your...
  13. Hi, It has been years since I have installed...

    Hi,

    It has been years since I have installed one of those.
    Sorry, I have no information on this.
    Did you contact Viking?

    jeff.
  14. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    When using the "regular wiring harness" are you...

    When using the "regular wiring harness" are you using the dryers 220-240 volt plug and not the 110-120 volt test cord?

    jeff.
  15. Thread: Noisey GE dryer

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    Check the motor end bells for any cracks/cracking...

    Check the motor end bells for any cracks/cracking in the rubber mounts.



    Cheater cord is going into an regular 110-120 volt AC outlet and when using the dryer harness you are using the 220-240...
  16. Appliance tip of the week - Electric Range New Style Coil Surface Elements

    Appliance tip of the week.

    Electric Range New Style Coil Surface Elements

    Your cooking product includes a new generation of electric coil element. This electric coil element design...
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    The grooves cut in the shaft are also in...

    The grooves cut in the shaft are also in different spots.

    jeff.
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    Keep us posted Rick :) jeff.

    Keep us posted Rick :)

    jeff.
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    Yes. 768 Dryer Repair Kit, includes drum belt,...

    Yes.

    768 Dryer Repair Kit, includes drum belt, 4 rollers and idler pulley, For 27" wide dryers



    Nope.
    Shaft for dryer drum support roller
    Drum Roller Axle
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    Great video Rick. Noise is too slow for roller...

    Great video Rick.

    Noise is too slow for roller wheels.
    A screw backed out from one of the drum baffles hitting the cabinet would be a suspect.
    Something caught in the drum seal and hitting as...
  21. Thread: Dryer elements

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    Really depends on how accurate the meter is. Just...

    Really depends on how accurate the meter is. Just showing continuity on something with such a low resistance is usually fine.
    EG: If an element was suppose to be 12 ohms and my meter showed full...
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    A bulge on a cap is usually a kiss of death for...

    A bulge on a cap is usually a kiss of death for the cap.

    jeff.
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    That's odd Rick. When I click on reply I get a...

    That's odd Rick. When I click on reply I get a whole list of icons above where you type.

    The movie/video one looks like this one here.

    Are you on a phone or a real computer? That might make a...
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    Second from the last icon ( on the right ) looks...

    Second from the last icon ( on the right ) looks like a movie film...this is for videos.



    Roller wheels for sure, cracked drum, chunk missing from the belt, something in the roller wheel tracks...
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    I have had to solder a few weak joints over the...

    I have had to solder a few weak joints over the years and I found a good solder sucker is also needed when you want to remove something from a board.
    Hope this all works for you Rick!

    jeff.
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