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Dryer Repair / Drum roller support shaft for older Speed Queen gas dryer
« Last post by Thorning on August 01, 2015, 09:55:23 PM »
I have an older Speed Queen gas dryer  model AGM439L that has a badly worn shaft for the LH rear drum support roller. I want to at least rotate this shaft or if possible to replace it. It is fastened into the rear sheet metal bulkhead with a nut on the back side  that is almost impossible to get a wrench on to loosen it. Can anyone tell me how to get a wrench on this nut ? I can feel it with my fingers but I dont have a wrench that will allow me to loosen it. HELP
Chit Chat / Re: Store software
« Last post by hurtacharles on August 01, 2015, 09:44:38 PM »
I think it's about 135 per month. Kinda pricey I know, but I feel it's well worth it.
Chit Chat / Re: Store software
« Last post by Larry the applia on August 01, 2015, 08:55:46 PM »
How much does walkabout run

Does your lock light come on? If not, likely r11 resister burnt on your main board, this is caused by a bad wax motor. If your lock light does come on, check your spin enable switch also check your out of balance circuit.
Sears called me out of the blue, which probably means they can't find anyone else - ;).  Anyway, they say they have an "opportunity" for me to work for them as an independent repair provider.  The PDF they sent is a one-page marketing blurb and is heavy on the attractive buzz-words but vague on what I'd actually be doing.  Essentially I'd have to go through a recruiter to get any real answers.  My concern with them, as with any "service provider" for any retailer is the pay.  I can't and won't work for peanuts and I won't be the low-bid guy just to get work so I can work myself to death for nothing.  Sears has a ton of requirements of me, which seem reasonable enough, such as liability insurance, technology requirements, etc., but like anything, believe not of what you hear and only half of what you see.  I'm leaning towards not doing this but wanted to run it through you guys first.

Anyone with experience as a Sears Independent Home Svcs Rpr Provider?  Need the low-down.

This is a G.E refrigerator make by Samsung.May want to get the Tech back.Here is a service Manual that should work.
Washer Repair / Samsung WF520ABP will not go in to high speed spin
« Last post by emt on August 01, 2015, 06:20:53 PM »
Samsung Front loader will not go in to high speed spin it starts to get faster maybe 100 rpm.  Then just goes back to wash rpm then it will try again  no error code is displayed.   I put washer in service mode and it will go high speed 1000 rpm or more.   Just will not under regular modes.  Pressure switch check good
  Hose is not block.  Washer pumps out all the water.     The hall sensor had 4.9 volts but on the pair that show as 0 to 3.7 volts only get 0 to1.2 volts as you turn drum.   Do not remember colors but this was in service tech manual to check.   Do I need to replace main control board?   Larry
I search the Google drive for a service manual but couldn't find it.

Just bought a used Profile PFSS6PKXASS that wasn't cooling. Repair tech came out and charged the compressor and it worked right away. Moved it from the garage into the kitchen and now it doesn't cool at all. Doesn't look like it's leaking. The tech installed a fill valve, opened it just enough to hear gas escaping then closed it back up. Don't hear any internal fans running and the condenser doesn't get warm.

Can't locate a service manual to get a diagnostics display either.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for the help and info.So there are no screws or magnets that hold the gasket to the door,just pressed into the channel?Thank you for the reply and your time.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: GE French Door PYE23PSDCSS 2 problems
« Last post by dab147315 on August 01, 2015, 03:50:28 PM »
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