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Washer Repair / Re: How to get the top off!!!!
« Last post by domain on February 12, 2016, 06:24:54 PM »
Last GE I had was like a labyrinth. A screw under the knob let the front interface to pop off and then the top.
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Chit Chat / Re: BryanS(appliantology.org)
« Last post by AJ on February 12, 2016, 05:48:45 PM »
Username changed from afbryanwv to BryanS as requested, thanks!

I never took his classes for that reason.  During thr beta version it was $100.  I was broke and unemployed because I quit at Sears without work for a year.  Then he upped the price to like $400ish.  They would argue over how to correctly wire nut etc.  Electric tape or dieletric grease in the nut.  You can't use compressor relay/overloads that aren't specific for that compressor.  Sure you can and have for years.  Any reason to try to act smarter than the next guy.  If he had an issue, then address it.  He did one time because I wasn't linking parts correctly for him to get paid.  I just told him I won't link anymore because the way to do it on mobile is really weird and I couldn't get it.

Interesting, I had no idea how much the classes cost or what they entailed.

I don't worry much about members posting affiliate links. That's not what our site is about, but I have tried to make it as easy as possible as all you have to do is highlight the part number and then click a button. Believe I posted directions showing how-to someplace, but I'm to tired to look for it right now haha.

I have a semi-auto linking system that sometimes works too so most of the time if a member just post a part number sooner or later a link is automatically created to AppliancePartsPros. It's does not happen instantly and does not always work, but it's better then nothing.

I don't believe I have ever pushed members to post affiliate links. I do have a couple of dedicated helpers that do make a point of posting part numbers and then use the button to link them to APP and I sincerely appreciate their help.

In fact I sincerely appreciate all and any help I get from the techs as our site is truly to much at this point for me to keep up with by myself. There is no way I can take the time everyday to answer all questions along with keeping up with the software, mod update, emails and spam control that also needs to be done.

Thanks for all your help guys!
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Chit Chat / Re: BryanS(appliantology.org)
« Last post by BryanS on February 12, 2016, 05:26:10 PM »
I never took his classes for that reason.  During thr beta version it was $100.  I was broke and unemployed because I quit at Sears without work for a year.  Then he upped the price to like $400ish.  They would argue over how to correctly wire nut etc.  Electric tape or dieletric grease in the nut.  You can't use compressor relay/overloads that aren't specific for that compressor.  Sure you can and have for years.  Any reason to try to act smarter than the next guy.  If he had an issue, then address it.  He did one time because I wasn't linking parts correctly for him to get paid.  I just told him I won't link anymore because the way to do it on mobile is really weird and I couldn't get it.
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Chit Chat / Re: BryanS(appliantology.org)
« Last post by mz3own on February 12, 2016, 05:02:23 PM »
I used to be one the main poster there.  A few months back for no reason I was demoted and had my privileges taken away. He wouldn't tell me why when I emailed him about it.  Then he gave them back.  Then recently he started giving arrogant responses to my comments.  Basically,  implying I couldn't read schematics, which I have been in some shape or form for 12-13 years.  So I had enough and blasted him for it.  He got butthurt, deleted my comment,  and demoted me again.  He is getting greedy is what it boils down too and wanted us all to pay for his forum.  I paid for lifetime membership years ago, yet he still put me down to grasshopper.   He is also raising the price for pro appliantologist to $150.  Like I said, I don't ask for help often, so I'm not paying to help others.  I emailed him after the fact and he replied best wishes and that's it.  Still no explanation.  If  this forum needs donations to stay a float just ask.  I've already made a small donation.  I just like helping others,  which is mainly why I'm here. I'll do what I can here.  I think I have notifications setup to receive new alerts in the refrigeration forum. 

-Bryan
He should be paying you for helping people for free, not the other way around :rofl:. I'm sure you had to pay to take his classes too. We all help here out of the kindness of our heart not to make a buck.
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Chit Chat / Re: BryanS(appliantology.org)
« Last post by BryanS on February 12, 2016, 04:59:37 PM »
Thanks. 
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Washer Repair / Re: How to get the top off!!!!
« Last post by dab147315 on February 12, 2016, 04:52:25 PM »
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Washer Repair / How to get the top off!!!!
« Last post by tprox on February 12, 2016, 04:48:09 PM »
Can someone help us with removing the top off the new style GE washer model GFWR4805FOMC.
The pic shows 3 screws to pop up the top but that is not working!!!

Thx in advance
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Dryer Repair / Re: LG dryer won't stop running
« Last post by mz3own on February 12, 2016, 04:43:07 PM »
Same Problem:  Model DLE2101W - what part no is needed for this model?   :thanks:
Main PCB
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Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / KitchenAid Oven Keypad Not Working Properly
« Last post by Some Guy on February 12, 2016, 04:03:56 PM »
I have a KitchenAid Superba YKERC507HW0 Stove/Oven/Range with a timer (part number: 9753667CW) where some of the buttons on the left don't work properly... you press a button to use Convection, and instead of beeping once and turning the display on, it just beeps 3 times and does nothing else. It may work after a few more tries, or sometimes it takes a few minutes of pressing. Also, on the far left there are two rows of buttons above/below each other; sometimes when pressing one of the buttons on the bottom row, the unit "thinks" that I press the button above (i.e. I press Easy Convect Conversion Bake on the bottom row but "Regular" Bake above is activated, or I press Easy Convect Conversion Broil on the bottom row, but the "Regular" Broil feature directly above is activated), or if I Press Easy Convect Conversion Roast, it goes into Clean mode (the button right above).

I contacted an unnamed repair repair service, and was told that the problem is caused by the touchpad (not the board) and they can't repair them.

Any ideas on what can be done?
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / 1946 Kelvinator conversion project
« Last post by doczip on February 12, 2016, 03:40:06 PM »
Greetings All,  I have a customer who has a 1946 Nash Kelvinator that due to a defective r12 compressor would like to convert it to a 134a system.  I'm not sure what all would be involved and how much fun it might be as well as $$.  Is there anyone with experience in such a project or maybe some advise or directions.  Every input is welcome.
Doc'
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