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« Last post by Seidean Sidh on December 08, 2013, 02:27:29 PM »
Hi Gypsy I accidentally pressed the wrong code and changed its setting so I just reset all to 0 and everything seems fine. I did go back and reset my fridge and freezer since i needed them to be cooler. Cool Select 20 is the slide out deli drawer I assume? This I may also need to adjust but wanted to make sure I was selecting the correct code.....
« Last post by stocpro47 on December 08, 2013, 02:23:55 PM »
ok let me ask u a question on that product [ro41] the package says that if comp uses a cap to install cap in series with white wire.is that correct or a misprint?their other unit 810 says to put cap in parallel with red/white wire when i tried the ro41 as instructed it wouldnt start comp...?
« Last post by Seidean Sidh on December 08, 2013, 02:03:07 PM »
Hi, I am also interested to know what these codes mean, so if anyone has an answer that would be great. I need to calibrate the deli drawer if it is possible in a SM-RF263BEAESR. Thank you
« Last post by DannyT on December 08, 2013, 11:37:12 AM »
I have an older Maytag stacked W/D electric dryer setup (SE1000) that has worked very well for many years. I've had to replace the dryer belt and a timer relay, as well as the drum roller (bearings) and support shafts, but that was years ago. It currently has a short vent run to an exterior wall. I want to move the dryer to a location where I would not be able to vent it to the outside. How bad of an idea is this? Is there a "best" solution for electric dryer indoor venting?
In the future it may be possible to run a vent up through a chimney 18' to the outside, and as I have a gas line already run to this new location for the W/D, I'd like to switch to a gas dryer, as gas is MUCH less expensive. As there was a gas version of this Maytag W/D (SG1000), if I could come across just the dryer portion, would it be possible to just swap out my electric dryer and use the gas dryer with my washer?
« Last post by jgraham37128 on December 08, 2013, 11:35:40 AM »
Hoping someone can help me out.
I have a AM-50BAE ice machine. it was working perfect, and I did my somewhat yearly cleaning. Now it's not producing ice. Here's what is is doing. Water is fine, water pushing up to the top like normal. The unit is colling down inside but only to about 37 degrees. I'm thinking this is where the problem is but not sure where to start on correcting this?
I'm not an appliance person by any means so please put it a 1st grade material.
« Last post by theoldstoveguy on December 08, 2013, 11:02:39 AM »
I found a new ipad forms program and really like it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Tq7fIFZpxHQ
Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: Fridgidaire - LFEF3018LWA (Circuit board bake damaged, replaced, damaged again.)« Last post by FinneyDe on December 08, 2013, 10:19:33 AM »
Hey guys. Just posting back had some time to toy with the oven this weekend, getting sick of frozen meals... ;(
I peal'd back a bit on the burnt connector and it didn't seem to have gotten to the wiring, either way I'm ordering a new connector and will redo the wiring if I cannot find a replacement as you've suggested.
I also took the time to check out the element real fast, and it seems like its in good condition - doesn't have any of the factors you've mentioned. Either way the help is great, I'll try to attach some pictures also so you guys can see.
As you can see in the pictures above - some real heat getting put into it. I checked the wire along the whole route and it doesn't seem to have any loose connections, I had to destroy the plastic connector just to get it unplug'd...
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« Last post by andyf80 on December 08, 2013, 08:30:47 AM »
I'll need to wait to answer that in more depth once I get my new ipad as I've sold my old one, but know a little about this. It's again an area that appears to be lacking. There doesn't appear to be an auto backup or 'cloud' option. It's all manual backup.
You must email a csv file manually that can then be used to restore if your ipad should crash, be stolen, or upgraded etc.
There IS a way it seems to upload your rates & parts lists via csv import, but again it appears to be a fairly clunky process. It would be amazing if someone had the blue book rates in excel format? If so, I could test to see if I could import all this data into the app.
The support email that I got did mention that there is an upgrade coming this month with new features - so it's nice to hear at least they are working on the app and it's supported.
« Last post by AJ on December 08, 2013, 07:59:41 AM »
How does the Mpengo app let you backup and restore that data you enter into it?
Also can you manual access the backup file so you can export it to other programs if you want?