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Washer Repair / Re: Frigidaire laundry center Model FLXE52RBS8
« Last post by emaring on Today at 06:42:47 PM »
Thanks for the reply. I didn't think the bronze bearing would make that kind of noise. For the age of the unit I don't think it's worth the cost and effort. Ed.
Pretty much the same experience as everyone else.  Negative management and LONG hours with little to show. Zero raises. Quantity over quality mentality.  I'm actually working for a small business now who may be contracting some of Sears calls out.  Oh boy, I can't wait.
Washer Repair / Re: GE washer not spinning or agitating
« Last post by olyteddy on Today at 04:40:09 PM »
Is this the same washer that's in your other thread? Cross-Posting is confusing.  O0
Dishwasher Repair / Re: Over-level water error Samsung DW80F600UTS
« Last post by GreenhawK on Today at 03:12:47 PM »
I had this same error.  I changed all 3 of these same part numbers, and it has been working perfectly since.  I think the dishwasher has been having trouble for a while now that I have it fixed.  The dishes are drying better than they have been for a long time.
Dab what do you think the problem is?
Here is the Tech Sheet.
It's a 120 volt motor, so the next number above that. There should be a tech sheet inside control panel near time r
Washer Repair / Re: Frigidaire laundry center Model FLXE52RBS8
« Last post by LowSL2 on Today at 12:27:44 PM »
The "bearing" under the tub is just a bronze tube. It won't be making the noise. The bearing on the base of the transmission is the problem. And it's not available as a seperate part. It's a special bearing that spins in one direction only. And the last I heard, the transmission is no longer available.

You could pull the transmission, use a puller to remove the bearing assembly and replace the bearing.

The bearing part number is DZ6205-2RZ.
Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: Jennair glass cooktop removal #JED8430
« Last post by Bailey on Today at 12:16:59 PM »
Disconnect the vent then from underneath push up on the cooktop. Sometimes installers use silicone to secure the cooktop and seal the edges. If you see any, use a very thin knife to cut it. It won't need to come all the way out. Only enough so you can slide some thin boards between it and the cooktop to support it.
Dishwasher Repair / Re: Whirlpool Dishwasher not cleaning properly
« Last post by LowSL2 on Today at 12:12:56 PM »
It sounds like it's not getting enough water flow to the spray arms. Is the dishwasher filling with water at the start of the cycle? Do you hear the wash motor running after it does with water?

Take the lower panel off of the dishwasher and look underneath. Is it wet? These dishwashers are prone to leaks from the pump hoses coming off. If that happens, call Whirlpool and demand they come out and fix it because of floor damage.

If it's dry, did you try cleaning the wash filter at the bottom of the dishwasher? You unscrew it a 1/4 turn and pull it out. Make sure the fine mesh isn't clogged with minerals, food or soap.

Also check the float at the bottom right. Is it stuck in the up position?

Let us know what you find.
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