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Washer Repair / Clothes wash at 60
« Last post by allensmithh on June 22, 2017, 11:37:53 PM »
Hello Everyone
I have one doubt about clothes wash in washing machine so all please give me suggestion ...
How do you know which clothes are safe to wash at 60? The labels all say 40, so that doesn't help.
Washer Repair / Re: Reset Washing machine ?
« Last post by allensmithh on June 22, 2017, 11:24:23 PM »
Thanks elizabethcarter.

Your information very helpful in this problem .

Chit Chat / rtgh-84dvln rheem on demand water heater pulsing
« Last post by haroldshell on June 22, 2017, 11:00:48 PM »
fairly new rheem at our house is now pulsing while it heats, new development, any takers?
Looking for the tech sheet to a Kenmore Refrig Model 253.78137890?

Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / GE JVM1950SR1SS
« Last post by dewitt8884 on June 22, 2017, 07:34:24 PM »
I hate working on microwaves just to be upfront.  I have a turntable motor that isn't working and immediately went for a motor replacement.  Had my meter on the lines and it's reading the proper 20vac, but with the motor connected I get nothing. Voltage drops completely.  All the switches and thermostats/fuses are good and the wires have continuity.  One goes to the board and the other goes to the internal fan which then goes somewhere else...I forget.  The wires under load show proper voltage so I think the wires are good.  I even checked each wire for continuity to ground and they showed open.  Any ideas?
Hate to bring this topic back up, but is there a procedure for resetting everything back to the defaults?  I've changed the options over the last few years and now have a fridge that is 40 and a freezer that is usually -20. 
Thank you!
That is actually the display/control board. Not the power board. That being said, the 3 screws you have removed hold the cover in place. The cover will lift off and then there are (I believe) 5 screws holding the circuit board to the front cover.
« Last post by Bailey on June 22, 2017, 09:49:36 AM »
Remember the movie Wall-E where people couldn't get out of their floating recliners? Welcome to Earth 2040
Trying to replace the power supply board and made it to the point of removing 3 screws from backside of assembly but it won't budge to where I can pull it off and replace the board. I've included picture of where I'm stuck, I must be missing something? Thanks for any help!
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