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Chit Chat / Re: Used Appliance Business Resource Thread
« Last post by andersenappliance on March 25, 2017, 09:40:20 PM »
I got a lot from advertising "appliance recycling." I also kept an eye on craigslist "free."  I never went so big as to go for scrap from home depot or other places, though with metal costs so low these days, you can probably make a good deal for left overs.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Update: GE PFE29PSDCSS Fresh Food Not Staying Cold
« Last post by clarmstr on March 25, 2017, 09:32:36 PM »
Just wanted to let you all know that I ordered the replacement fan WR49X25197 and it arrived yesterday.  Installed the fan and updated the software this morning. Everything is working great. Thanks to all of you for your advice and assistance.

Charles
Edmonds, WA
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Chit Chat / Re: Used Appliance Business Resource Thread
« Last post by dewitt8884 on March 25, 2017, 08:25:27 PM »
How are you acquiring the used units?  Do you advertise?  Do you do free pickup?
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Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: CABRIO TUB PULLER
« Last post by dewitt8884 on March 25, 2017, 07:58:08 PM »
It looks like Jay's new design. I haven't needed the tool yet. On the stubborn tubs, I put it in manual spin mode and lift up on the tub. He suppose to making a base attachment for the tool that works with the VMW machines. If he does, I'll buy one.




You hold onto the basket as it spins?  Man, I'd be worried my arms would be ripped off.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: LG LMX25964st/00
« Last post by sarjushah on March 25, 2017, 07:25:41 PM »
these compressor consume less energy. they run at max about 0.7 amp. they start with low amp and it takes about 40 min. before they go up to the highest speed. how is the cooling? if evaporator has good frost pattern and evaporator fan is running, frost on suction line indicates overcharge
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: AJ this is for you
« Last post by dewitt8884 on March 25, 2017, 05:58:49 PM »
Here's the diagnostics for the optics.
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Washer Repair / Re: Shaky VMW Washer
« Last post by AJ on March 25, 2017, 05:55:56 PM »
Did you end up replacing the basket?
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Try removing the front panel knobs for the burner flame.  Sometimes there's little screws that hold that plate on there.
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aj can you cross post this to p.a.r.t.s section may be a tech will see it in their  that has done one or been to training on these.


This is the correct place for this topic. All repair related topic should be posted in one of the "repair" boards, washer repair, dryer repair, etc...


The reason is not only will our registered "technicians" see it but so can everyone else so it will get more views here then if it was posted in the P.A.R.T.S board.
Hope that makes sense. Not all appliance repair techs that visit our site bother to ask for "technician" status.


That and the P.A.R.T.S board is more or less for the business side of things (other then actual repairs) that should be kept private.


Hope I was able to explain that ok. :)

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un ________ believable 
went out on this  brand new unit less than 10 loads .
 found this unit has 3  i am not kidding 3 pumps in it, a recirc pump, a steam related i think pump, and a drain pump the problem is with the drain pump proper but it is virtually unreachable thru the back no way unless your stretch armstrong, it is all the way to the front right side of the washer tested 120v going to the pump tested at the control bd. due to the unreachable nature of its mounting position.
   i layed it on its back no access thru the access hole in  the bottom of the washer just unbelievable . i think you have to pull the front including tub boot just to service the pump   any one been to training on this unit?   
   they returned the set and went with a top load pair  due to this issue and the lady of the house has back problems and did not think it would be a big deal switching clothes from wash to dry.
  i am waiting for it to come back to the shop for further diagnosis  and ordered a pump for it as i wasn't going to go thru all that and not have a pump  i did check the sump under the tub  but it was clean no debris just like you would expect from a brand new unit with 2 older folks using it  once i get the unit and replacement pump in the shop i guess the front will have to come off to access the pump unless some one else knows how electroluxe intends you to service this monster   question aj can you cross post this to p.a.r.t.s section may be a tech will see it in their  that has done one or been to training on these.
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