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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?
« Last post by Loenow on December 08, 2013, 07:28:04 AM »
I WOULD SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING MEASURES:
CHECK THE - DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR COUPLINGS. MAKE SURE ITS TIGHTLY FITTED TO THE MOTOR, AND THE RUBERS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS COUPLINGS, IS IN GOOD SHAPE. OTHERWISE, REPLACE IT WITH A NEW ONE.
SECONDLY, CHECK THE AGITATOR BOLT. IF WARN OUT, OR NOT TIGHTLY FITTED, REPLACE IT WITH A NEW ONE.
FINALLY, CHECK THE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY. IF TJHIS IS WARN OUT OR HAS ANY SLIPPAGE IN IT, REPLACE IT WITH A NEW ONE.
THE GEAR CASE, WOULD BE THE VERY LAST THING TO CHECK FOR POSSIBLE GEAR-CASE-SEAL, OR OIL OIL LEAKAGE.
I HOPE, THIS HELPS....
« Last post by Ben B on December 08, 2013, 05:50:06 AM »
I rewired the plug powering the washer since the original PCB replacement... as part of the upcoming laundry room remodel..
The circut is fine and it got a new GFI plug. I checked power to the PCB after the filter and it was line voltage.. 121V...
The internal components are completely dry and show no signs of ever getting wet... The bottom is dry and a close exam of the dead PCB looks brand new...
So,, I purchased a used unit yesterday from Crigslist... $40 for the washing machine and low raiser.. The P/O said it was giving him an LE Code and he replaced parts but the code continued...
I put the PCB from the "used" unit into mine... and powered right up.. the red LED was on .. I did one load. fine.. it gave me the LE code on the second load.....
I had to go to work and my wife was going to do some more loads and we'll see how it goes....
I had received the LE code once or twice years ago with the original PCB installed... but haven't seen it since.. and not at all with the brand new (recently dead) PCB... I wouldn't think the PCB would "store" that info either.. I would think it would be supplied by other components.... so I don't know why I would get it now
Hopefully,,, this was like the original and it will reset and be okay,,,,
The story continues.......
« Last post by tgoods on December 08, 2013, 12:35:33 AM »
You should be able to bend the cover in the center, just enough to clear the tabs.
« Last post by andyf80 on December 08, 2013, 12:28:38 AM »
The Ancient Post Resurrection Project 2013:
I wanted to give a quick nuts & bolts review of the Mpengo app. I purchased this recently after Jason posted the link.
On a scale of 1-10 I give this app an 8. This is a tablet based invoicing tool. It gives a tech a way to capture customer info, provide job quotes, capture customer authorization (with customizable verbiage), associate photos with specific jobs, email invoices, and print various reports on all this data.
I've emailed back and forth with support already with a question and they
Responded within 45 minutes answering all my questions.
A couple of things lacking that would put this app over the top would be if it also incorporated a calendar/scheduling tool & Square Reader integration. You can't have it all I suppose.
I was thrilled with the purchase & at $20 felt like it was under priced for what you get. It's makes my invoicing process much more professional in my view.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for the tip Jason.
Supco RO41 no capacitor, I use that on everything with a 95% success. I have used that after a manufacturer relay would not start it and is still running 6 months later.
« Last post by schleven on December 07, 2013, 08:29:33 PM »
Is a new icemaker the only thing left to do?
« Last post by stocpro47 on December 07, 2013, 08:20:59 PM »
just wanted opinion on best non oem universal start relay for regular 3 pin ac compressors?ive had good luck with with supco hard 410 start but many guys say dont use them,,and id rather not worry about frying start windngs
« Last post by bzz on December 07, 2013, 07:58:34 PM »
I have a Sharp Carousel Microwave Model R-402JK-T.
The microwave recently started sparking at the waveguide cover and a
small dark mark is now on that cover.
I cleaned off the waveguide cover visible to me and so far no more sparking but I want to
replace the cover or at least clean the other side of it and the area
around it. (as mentioned in other postings and articles)
I need first to find out how to remove the waveguide cover safely and properly so as
not to do any damage to where it fits into the microwave or surrounding areas.
And how to do that is not clear to me so far.
I've browsed on the web about it but could not find any information
on how to remove it for my particular model.
1. The waveguide cover for it is OEM part # PCOVPB073MRP0
2. It is held in place under 3 small metal brackets or flanges.
3. I don't know if the brackets are meant to be pried up a bit
so that the cover can slide off, or if the cover is meant to slide
off without needing to lift or pry up those brackets.
4. The cover is not loose in the brackets, so if it does need to be
slid off without needing to pry up the brackets, some amount of force
would be needed. I'd rather not even try that until I can get your feedback.
===> What is the proper way to remove this particular cover for this model ?
Thanks for your help.
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