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Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Danby propane fridge, propane fridge, rv shop
propane fridge, rv shop, evaporator coil: Does the freezer have a full evaporator coil and if so, is the coil in the fresh food compartment completely frosted? If not, you have lost coolant. You need to talk to an RV shop, they deal in those units. We really do not. Thank you for your request...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Data on HVAC performance / heat-air, outdoor temperatures, heat strips
outdoor temperatures, heat strips, inlet temp: Larry, It is possible that the expansion valve is not working correctly. What you have described is a refrigerant metering problem. Enough refrigerant is not getting through the metering device (expansion valve) and is starving the outdoor coil (heating...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Date of Heating system, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DEHUMIDIFER, plastic grid, humidistat
plastic grid, humidistat, degreaser: To be honest, one or two manufacturers like LG Industries makes most of the dehumidifiers for all the other manufacturers like Whirlpool, GE, Woods, Frigidaire, Kenmore, Maytag and Amana. There is a newer name to the industry that has an impressive unit,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dead Dryer, priority mail, incl tax
priority mail, incl tax, timer: No problem, the timer comes up part number 3397273, cost of new would have been $64.95, shipping $5.95 in the USA via US Priority Mail, which is two day service. If you are not in PA, there would be no tax. So we could have saved you a few dollars. You...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dead mouse smell in heating system, blown insulation, flexible type
blown insulation, flexible type, dead mouse: It sounds as if that is exactly what happened to you. Flexible duct has insulation wrapped around it and mice love to get inside a warm place. You need to disconnect the suspected piece of duct from the trunk line and also the supply grille. It should just...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dead Thermostat, digital thermostat, float switch
digital thermostat, float switch, gmail: Sounds like you found the cause. The float switch can be wired to the compressor to stop cooling and stop the water forming and keep the fan running. It can also be wired to break r so the unit completely stops working. Craig achelpguy@gmail.co...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dear Jim, Last summer..., high efficiency furnace, honeywell thermostat
high efficiency furnace, honeywell thermostat, heat loss calculation: Ron, Furnaces are sized to heat a home to a given temperature difference. The output of the furnace is the factor your looking for. The efficiency of the furnace only has to do with using less gas to get the job done which cost less to run. When a heat loss...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Deawoo fridg freezer, turkey baster, fridge freezer
turkey baster, fridge freezer, multiflow: Hello Paul, Deawoo is not one we work on, however, if that water would be defrost water, where does it go? You can have a blocked drain line causing the defrost water to pool and come out where it can find an opening. Or some systems send the defrost...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Decision in choosing a new heat pump, trane american standard, trane xr12
trane american standard, trane xr12, allexpert: Hello Mike, Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Deep freeze quit working after a move, small chest freezer, chest freezers
small chest freezer, chest freezers, repair man: Heather, I don t do appliances like chest freezers, but you should never lay a freezer on it s side. The oil in the compressor that should be in the bottom can run to the top causing the freezer to lock up. You can try leaving it sit upright for 24 hours...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Defrost cycle, unoccupied times, programmable thermostat
unoccupied times, programmable thermostat, heat pumps: Hello Terry. Regardless of the outdoor temperature, all heat pumps are on a timer for defrost, or they initiate defrost based on the actual ice build up on the coils based on the refrigerant pressures. In either case, it will defrost as needed and it will...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Defrost mode on Heat Pump, heat strips, gmail
heat strips, gmail, heat pump: An air sourse heat pump is only good to 32F. Any colder then that, there is not enough heat in the air for it to function. At that point you need to use the em heat . Your t-stat should have a setting for that. Some units, and I am not sure about yours,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Defrost runs all the time, kenmore, thermostat
kenmore, thermostat, freezer: Peter, The fan runs whenever the compressor is running (not the defrost). If things are staying frozen, then this condition is normal. If food is freezing in the food compartment, and the controls are set half-way, then the thermostat needs replacing. If...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Defrost Terminator, pliars, fan connection
pliars, fan connection, needle nose: AND if you follow the wire from the fan connection it will most likely be attached to a connection leading to the terminator. Been there and done that. My idea is only a suggestion and not as a matter of fact. In other words I would be checking here becasue...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Defrost terminator, different components, appliance parts
different components, appliance parts, home appliance: Hello Joe....Need more facts here. In your subject, you request information about a defrost terminator and the L-value....Yet in your description, you refer to a defrost timer...two different components. What exact information are you requesting? Got a...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifer, refrigerant charge, basement ceiling
refrigerant charge, basement ceiling, sump pit: Mark, I would have the unit checked, it sounds like it may have lost a part of it s refrigerant charge. Depending on the make and size, dehumidifiers can be expensive, get an estimate of repairs and approximate age of the machine and compare the repair...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifer cycling question, humidity level, humidity sensor
humidity level, humidity sensor, warranty center: HEllo Mike, That s a tough one to answer without it actually being here so I can see the short cycling. I would have to test and see which component is actually shutting it off......Is the compressor tripping on overload since there does not...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, john calnan, humidity level
john calnan, humidity level, humid areas: The controls are not accurate. 50% is safe, usually. What part of the country are you in? (how close to the sea) In dry areas 50% is OK. In humid areas you will have to de-humidity down to 50% (hard to do in high H areas). Make sure the capacity of the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier/3in1 Hard Start Kit, plumbing supply stores, central air conditioners
plumbing supply stores, central air conditioners, appliance parts: Scott, Maybe the 3in1 hard start kits that I use are only available in Canada? The only place that I get then are at my appliance parts suppliers. You have to be careful to make sure that you get the right horsepower (there are 2 different models). This is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, trouble shooting guide, kenmore dehumidifier
trouble shooting guide, kenmore dehumidifier, auto 35: I do not know this unit. BUT #1. It is not working right. #2. It can be fixed #3. Look in the manual for a trouble shooting guide. Go in the store, see if one is on the sales floor, find the manual. Look on the web for a matching unit. Some manufacturer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, kenmore dehumidifier, auto 35
kenmore dehumidifier, auto 35, manual states: Hello Dave. The most common causes of frost build up are: 1. Either the coil is dirty and the unit is not getting sufficient air flow. 2. The unit has developed a leak and the charge is low. Most of these units are built similar to a residential refrigerator...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, dehumidifier, coils
dehumidifier, coils, whirlpool: Hello Mike, It is hard to say, you could have a compressor that is shorting which can be tested by scratching the paint off the compressor in a small area and using a multi meter put one lead on one of the contacts on top and the other lead to the scratched...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, kenmore coldspot, capacitor discharge
kenmore coldspot, capacitor discharge, microwave ovens: Scott, I figured you meant de ! The relay is on the side of the compressor, where the wires go in. Remove the plastic cover, and there should be a black thing that the wires go to. The best thing to do is go get a 3in1 hard start kit (relay,capacitor,and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, kenmore coldspot, humidistat
kenmore coldspot, humidistat, coils: Robert, Even if the fan was siezed, the light should still be on. The light is probably just a power on light (correct?). If so, then more than likely the humidistat has failed. It is the control that turns everything on. You will need to remove the front...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier frost, solenoid valve, humidity sensor
solenoid valve, humidity sensor, frost white: Hello Keith It sounds like the unit has a sealed system problem, it needs to have a full evaporator, if not, it is in the system, which could have a restriction or be low on freon because of a leak. Normally those units have a 5 year warranty on the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier reset, sears kenmore, kenmore dehumidifier
sears kenmore, kenmore dehumidifier, voltage meter: Check voltage at the humidistat and the compressor itself...where the wires attach. Prior to replying, please supply us with the complete model number off the unit as the one you gave us is invalid. If you need further assistance, feel free to e-mail us...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifier, westinghouse model, white westinghouse
westinghouse model, white westinghouse, circular coil: Dear Don, What that means is you need to add 9.25oz of R-22 froen to the unit if it were empty and in a30inch vacuum. You will need a license to purchase all freon blends except the o-zone safe R-134 which can be purchased at your local wal-mart....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifiers, wall mounted air conditioner, studio apartment
wall mounted air conditioner, studio apartment, eidson: Mike, a dehumidifier is really just an a/c that cools the air to squise out the moisture, and then goes through the condinser, to warms it up to room temp again. So yes it uses as much power as a a/c, except they are usually less btu s than a window a/c. Mik...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dehumidifiers, wall mounted air conditioner, electrical consumption
wall mounted air conditioner, electrical consumption, studio apartment: Mike, A refrigerated air conditioner takes the humidity out of the air. You can check your electrical specifications on your particular units to see what the electrical consumption is and do the math. Keeping the doors and windows shut and not running...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Design for 2 story 750 S.F. townhouse, slit system, humidity control
slit system, humidity control, savannah ga: 2.5 ton Goodman is hard to price being 5 states away. I can tell you that the Mr. Slim brand ductless mini split is the best on the market. It should be able to handle everything other than electrical for around 6000. The system is a 2 1/2 ton for around 4500...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Determining Airflow Through Registers, rectangular sheet, flexible duct
rectangular sheet, flexible duct, filter size: Eric, If you add a return you need to run the duct all the way to the air handler blower/return air plenum and not connect it to any part of your existing return air duct. Return air s work best at the floor for heating, and at the ceiling for cooling. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dettson Boiler, oil fired boiler, domestic hot water
oil fired boiler, domestic hot water, allexpert: Hello Karen, Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DI, ductwork installation, tin knocker
ductwork installation, tin knocker, residential ductwork: I can understand that point of view. but why should we give our knowledge away. this how we make our living. and now any jack leg and try to read a manuel and become an expert in 45 min. It would be better for you to write a text book and sell it to the technical...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DICO control for A/C system, yellow wires, dico thermostat
yellow wires, dico thermostat, false economy: Ed, You say your getting power to the compressor but the compressor won t come on. You say you can t get the outside unit to run. Are you saying that nothing in the outside unit runs not the compressor? Not the condensing fan? When you or somebody turns...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DICO Thermostat, room temp, auto mode
room temp, auto mode, thermostat: Hi Scott, I m not acquainted with that brand of thermostat. I presume it is a mercury bulb controlled thermostat?? Not a digital one. Sounds like there is an interlock between heat & cool settings.I would remove the cover & subbase to check it out for your...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DISH WASHER DOOR, dish washer, open slot
dish washer, open slot, door handle: Dear Glenn, Was hoping you had the owners manual. None the less....is yours the t-shaped handle? If so and it broke off, you should be able to pry up on the broken piece and unlock the door. Once you do get it open, supply us with the model...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DISHWASHER, kenmore dishwasher, appliance parts
kenmore dishwasher, appliance parts, campion: Hello Bob, Open the dishwasher door and remove all the screws to separate the front panel front panel from the rear panel. The mechanism is a mechanical one that is activated mechnically from the timer. See if you can see anything broken or out...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DISHWASHER REPAIR, dear sir or madam, dishwasher repair
dear sir or madam, dishwasher repair, kitchenaid dishwasher: Hello Frank, There is no parts available for the dispenser separately except for the rinse aid dispenser cap. Your part number for the entire assembly is 8193920 and your cost is 124.95 + 6.95 shipping in the United States. I am currently sold...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DISHWASHER, pump impeller, motor shaft
pump impeller, motor shaft, dear tom: Dear Tom, The first thing you must do is begin to take the pump/motor apart from the inside of the dishwasher. You want to get down to the pump impeller and see if it is jammed with debris. Does it turn freely? If it does, you need to know if...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Can a DIYer add freon to Central AC?, freon, ac unit
freon, ac unit, central ac: The average life of an A/C unit is 12 to 15 years. Yours is 17. Save your money for a new unit. Hears is what is hapening. There is a small leak. Some leaks take years to drop the freon level to the point it shows. You can get some freon added to make it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diagnose Washer Problem, top load washer, water level control
top load washer, water level control, white westinghouse: If it agitates immediately, the pressure valve or water level control is stuck. It is telling the machine there is already water in the unit so go ahead and agitate. Remove the top console cover and then find the rubber tube attached to the water level control....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diagnosing my AC/Heat Problem, pround owner, heat problem
pround owner, heat problem, ac unit: Dear Steve, Normally there is a breaker involved to disconnect the power from your heat/ac unit. I would not go and purchase a thermostat until you found out what the problem really is. In most cases, whemn you purchase an electrical part and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diagnosing a water feed problem on my fridge., ge profile refrigerator, micro switches
ge profile refrigerator, micro switches, water feed: Hello Jay, When you press the actuator for water, you should hear a very little click, the room would have to be quiet to hear it. You should hear it for the ice dispenser, there are micro switches in there, if you hear the click, I would send you down...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diamond 80 P3HUA12N06401c Furnace no heat, draft inducer, wall socket
draft inducer, wall socket, pressure switch: Hi Mark, I m not acquainted with any particular control boards.The induced draft motor starts first on call for heat.I would recheck the control wiring at the furnace, Also, expose the wires behind the thermostat & jump across the red & white wires to test...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dico Heat Pump, heat pumps, heating and air conditioning
heat pumps, heating and air conditioning, two summers: Hello Martha, Unfortunately, we do not service heat pumps, so our advice would probably not be worthy. However, there are heating and air conditioning experts on this site, I am sure one of them can properly help guide you. Thank you for your request...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dico Thermostat, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Differential cooling, noticeable temperature change, upstairs bedroom
noticeable temperature change, upstairs bedroom, hot rooms: The design on the duct work is incorrect. This is how guys do cheap work. Poor job. Short of ripping the place appart, you are in trouble. If you could find a spot, to put in a duct, from the floor level (where it is cold) up to the ceiling level in the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital T-Stat Blank Screen and Furnace is not responding, payne gas furnace, digital thermostat
payne gas furnace, digital thermostat, jumper wire: Well, well, it happens ! Check your furnace controls to see if you have a solid state circuit board controller. If so, look for a small fuse on the board somewhere. If a fuse is there, pull it out & look thru it for a burned fuse. Takes a 3 amp auto type fuse.Cooling...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital Thermostat, digital thermostat, fuel heat
digital thermostat, fuel heat, fan blower: This is an option I have never encountered. I have seen stats keep the fan on after the compressor cuts off to get the Free cool air out of the ducts, and also it is common to keep the fan off in heat with fuel heat until the heat exchanger heats up to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital Thermostat & A/ C not Working, digital thermostat, misty brown
digital thermostat, misty brown, gmail: This might seem kind of simple to ask, but did you check the batteries? Many digital t-stats need batteries to work. If it is not the batteries, then either the t-stat is bad, or the unit is not putting out 24 volts. Try reseting the breaker turn it off,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital Thermostat, seer rating, digital thermostat
seer rating, digital thermostat, fan blower: Well there can be a delay, but I think you are mixed up. The delay is normally the comp starts and the fan starts up soon after. This is done so the fan is not blowing hot air. The fan can also have a delay off to get the last bit of cool from the coil....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital Tstat, digital thermostats, energy calculation
digital thermostats, energy calculation, prime concern: Greg, Most digital thermostats will let you set the offset, I have never performed an energy calculation to compare the difference. I would think 2 degrees, 1 degree up and 1 degree down would be more efficient and I believe is a standard setting on the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital vs. Mechanical Thermostats, jack danials, mechanical thermostats
jack danials, mechanical thermostats, digital thermostat: I had an old style mechanical for 12 or 15 years (Honeywell $150). Got rid of the thing & put a Lux 500, digital, up ($45). That is the only kind I sell now. Volts passing through a T-stat, HUH. Some one has been hitting the Jack Danials, again. Digitals...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Digital vs. Mechanical Thermostats, mechanical thermostats, digital thermostat
mechanical thermostats, digital thermostat, therm: Stephanie, I can t give you any scientific study results on the longevity of thermostats. Digital Proubly is more accurate then mechanical, mechanical has less things that can go wrong, you can get a digital for $50 to $500 or a mechanical from $15 to $150....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Direct vent fireplace into brick wood burning chimney?, direct vent fireplace, napoleon direct vent fireplace
direct vent fireplace, napoleon direct vent fireplace, fire place: It sounds like you have an existing Fire Place that you want to put this unit into. And you are asking me can you remove bricks from the top and sides so it will fit? I have never tried this nor would I remove bricks with out an engineer or mason looking...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Direct venting existing heater, old furnace, york model
old furnace, york model, model numbers: Keith, I don t keep literature on all the thousands of furnace model numbers so I have no way of identifying yours. Furnaces that are 92% efficient you can direct vent. Furnaces that are 80% efficient need to vent up and out the roof. Check the rating...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dirty Filter on Air Conditioner, drain pipes, fan switch
drain pipes, fan switch, blower fan: Don, When you turn on the fan switch to fan on it just runs the fan as long as the cooling is off. The coil freezes and forms ice allover the outside of the coil and can make a huge block of ice that keeps the air from going through the coil, blowing air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dirty Ice, water line hook, water dispensor
water line hook, water dispensor, cold water line: Hello Scott.....try installing an in-line filte ront he copper tubing behind the refrigerator. In doing the look-up you model must be older and then it would not have an filter on the refrigerator. Does your ice maker hae the plastic tray that flips? Or,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dirty indoor coils versus a leak, dirty coils, indoor coil
dirty coils, indoor coil, refrigerant charge: The difference could very well have been as much as 2 lbs. The problem is the technician added to the charge without a thorough inspection of the sytstem. The original unit charge will never need adjusting unless the system develops a leak, and if it does,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Disable the lid switch?, jumper wire, lid switch
jumper wire, lid switch, marc frank: Exactly...Jump out the two outside wires in the molex connection coming from the machine that the lid switch plugs into. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Discolored Ice from Freezer, water dispensor, hot water tank
water dispensor, hot water tank, cold water line: Scott, I can only assume that since your fridge is hooked up to the hot water line, then the water is discoloured from the hot water tank itself. Try switching over to the cold water line, and see if it changes. Also, make sure you change the filter. I hope...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Disconnected dryer hose, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: If you had a problem with the dryer, you could supply me with the model number and I could take a good look at the problem. Unfortunately the problem is within the wall of your home and I cannot see what is going on. Can you vent out in another area of the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Disconnected dryer vent, cinder block, vent system
cinder block, vent system, dryer vent: There are no rules for length, elbows or angle. How did they clean it?? How far into the pipe did they reach? I don t know who you hired but they should have been able to tell you X number of feet along the pipe it is open. How did they Jump the opening...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Disgusting Odor coming from AC Vent, ozone treatment, musty odor
ozone treatment, musty odor, air handler: Hello Auntie, The technician should be able to see what s causing the smell. He may have to take some of the ductwork apart. Any mold or mildew will be visible. The air handler and the ductwork is all that is up there, nothing else that could cause odor....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dish Washer, dish washer, coffee cup
dish washer, coffee cup, number id: Hello George, There is no such thing as a no name dishwasher, someone had to make it. Usually the model number ID tag is inside on the door or the tub area that you can see with the door open. Without that it is almost impossible to advise you because...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dish washer, whirlpool dishwasher, dish washer
whirlpool dishwasher, dish washer, drain line: Since you have checked the hoses and the pump.....which in order to check, the unit would have to be taken apart. There are two impellers, one for circulating and one for draining. If the blades of the impeller break off, the force at drain would not be...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, plumbing problem, magic chef
plumbing problem, magic chef, dishwasher: Hello Rick, I do not think there is anything wrong with the dishwasher, it is more a plumbing problem. Is the dishwasher washing the dishes and is the water draining out of the dishwasher itself? If so, you need a plumber. Thank you for your request,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, wash dishes, rubber gloves
wash dishes, rubber gloves, dispensor: Hello Aaron, The very first thing you would need to verify is the level of the water inside the dishwasher. Turn the dishwasher on and in the beginning you will hear the water valve open. Once this is open, water will flow into the floor of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, screw driver, water valve
screw driver, water valve, electric model: Hello Jeannette, The first theing I would check is the water valve. The buzzing could be coming fro mthis. Follow your water line to the item where it connects to the dishwasher and this would be the water valve. Turn the water off and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, pictorial views, srewdriver
pictorial views, srewdriver, number id: Hello Rod, In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every part...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, wrapping film, ge model
wrapping film, ge model, repair person: Thanks for the update Frank.....not many ever do that. I am just left hanging not knowing whether the advice I gave resulted in a sucessful repair or they ended up calling in a repair person. As far as the wrapping film.....I ll stand back for a few days...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, dish washer, campion
dish washer, campion, condensation: Hello John, I do not know......All dishwashers have moisture coming out of them, either from underneath or at the door. If the Corian is that cold I can see the moist hot air coming from the dishwasher would cause a condenseing problem. How...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, ge potscrubber dishwasher, food debris
ge potscrubber dishwasher, food debris, food particles: Hello Nick, Remove the sump cover and sump cap located on the floor to the right side of your spray arm assembly. These parts stop forks and large objects from going inside the main pump area. Check this area for plastic bags and can lids. Then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, whirlpool dishwasher, plastic filter
whirlpool dishwasher, plastic filter, little basket: Would have to be mighty small to fit through the filter....Nonetheless.....grab the filter from the outside rim and gently wiggle and tub. It will come free of the tabs......Good Luck and If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, seal leaks, kick plate
seal leaks, kick plate, botton: Karen, a dishwasher usually leaks in one of two places. Either the pump seal leaks, or the door gasket. Remove the kick plate from the botton of the machine. Run it through a cycle, see if there s any water under the pump motor assy. it s probably leaking....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, ge profile dishwasher, piston chamber
ge profile dishwasher, piston chamber, gasket rubber: Hello Gary, I appreciate the vote of confidence and am happy the problem was resolved and your dishwasher will be working once you received the part from someone else who did not help you. I help and you order the part from someone else. Ever...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, kickplate, copper wire
kickplate, copper wire, unrelated note: John, Remove the bottom kickplate, and make sure there are no burnt wires at either the relay (the little thing with 3 wires coming from it, it has copper wire on it). Make sure it is free (by taking it off and shaking it). If it is burnt, replace it. After...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, soap dispenser, appliance parts
soap dispenser, appliance parts, home appliance: Hello Ethan, Eric said to look for other problems because one part of the dispenser stopped working before the whole thing stopped working. Is the unit filling with enough water? That is the first thing to make sure, then open the door panel and look...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, pump impeller, don beck
pump impeller, don beck, spray arm: Don, Frigidaire s have had a problem with not getting enough water on the fill, not enough water not enough pressure. After the machine fills try adding about a gallon of water, if the upper spray arm turns, try replaceing the fill valve. Frigidaire has also...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, water inlet valve, dirty check
water inlet valve, dirty check, chv: Dear CHV, I would have gone right to the water fill valve myself if the water in the dishwasher is clean. If it is dirty, check the drain and make sure it is not gravity draining from the sink. Since it happened on both dishwasher of different...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, campion, start button
campion, start button, dishwasher: Dear Ken, The model number as you submitted it is not coming up in our system. Look on the dishwasher within the frame where the door closes against. Here you will find the model and serial number. Once I have had a chance to look at your machine,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, ohm meter, water valve
ohm meter, water valve, definitive answer: Get me the ohms on that solenoid and take a good look at it for a swollen appearance, it still will not be proof positive because the diaphram inside could be the problem. Worst cas scenario, I have a used water valve, cost of it is $10.00 plus the shipping,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, cancel button, time drain
cancel button, time drain, dear george: Dear George, Glad to hear we are on the road to another repair. Keep an eye on the dishwasher for any other problems and let me know if something strange or odd happens. As far as the leak, there are numerous things that could cause the unit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Beeping, triton model, broken glasses
triton model, broken glasses, demo mode: Sorry had a senior momemt, yes I meant power. Sometimes a combination of keys are hit by accident and it sends the unit into a kind of demo mode. That is what I am hoping happened to your unit. Leaving the power off for a length of time tells the board...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher not cleaning upper rack, kenmore dishwasher model 665, spray fan
kenmore dishwasher model 665, spray fan, water path: Hello Joe, The first thing I would be checking is the level of the water in the unit when it stops filling and begins the washing cycle. I would not measure the first one but wait until you hear it drain and then fill again. When the water stops...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Not Draining, food debris, food particles
food debris, food particles, trap food: Dear Elton, Thanks for the offer but I probably would not have sold you the piston anyway. Yours must have been good since it did the same thing after replacing it. I suspect the housing check valve was stuck. By taking it apart, you broke...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Drying Cycle, side surfaces, spray arm
side surfaces, spray arm, condensation: Hello Allen, Is there any water on the floor of the dishwasher? Are all the dishes properly positioned as to not retain water? Do you know if the upper spray arm is spinning? How long is the unit staying in the heated dry cycle? Is the vent blocked...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher dispenser cup, soap dispenser, point model
soap dispenser, point model, hot point: Hello Carol, The guy doesn t know what he is talking about. The timer on your unit has an arm that works the soap dispenser, sounds like yours either broke or moved out of place. Someone has to take the door apart and look at the parts inside, however,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher door leak, hotpoint dishwasher, drainage problem
hotpoint dishwasher, drainage problem, outer rim: Real Happy to hear you are up and running. Nothing like the auto dish washer.....Good luck and if we can ever help in the future, we are here. You can contact us directly through our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com if you prefer...... Have...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher - does not drain completely, timer control, clothes washer
timer control, clothes washer, motor assembly: Dear Robert, Sounds like you have already checked the most obvious. It s now time to begin dismantling the pump motor assembly from the inside of the dishwasher down. As you disassemble this pump/motor assembly, you will find both circulating...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher will not drain, drain line, access panel
drain line, access panel, down position: Dear Jeff, There are several possibilities....First, your drain line might be clogged. Remove the drain line and clear any obstructions. The next item (and I would check this before removing the drain line) is to remove the bottom access panel...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher electrical problem, fuse box, electrical problem
fuse box, electrical problem, circuit breaker: Hello Richard, There is not much help I am going to be able to offer as I am in the United States and do not have look-up for units manufactured outside the United States. Bottom line is there is a short in the door dispenser circuit and I...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher fill problem, turbidity sensor, ge unit
turbidity sensor, ge unit, mechanical switch: Jim, I doubt the control module can be programed, probably a factory deal. The turbidity switch is located in the sump, so it shouldn t have anything to do with the fill. The flood switch is located under the float, and is just a mechanical switch, if it lose...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher does not fill, food scraps, ge potscrubber
food scraps, ge potscrubber, mounting brackets: At this point, your best bet would be to purchase a complete rebuilt pump motor assembly from us. This will come with a solenoid assembly and have brand new seals, impeller and cutter blades installed. All you will have to do is remove your old unit and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher GE, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: Hello Karen, Check the float on the inside of the dishwasher to be sure it is not stuck in the up position. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Grit, rinse cycles, wash cycles
rinse cycles, wash cycles, water temp: Hello Kathi, It s time to shut the water off to the unit and remove the lower access panel. Once there, you will see where your water line connects to the water valve. You will have to remove the water valve and check the screen on the incoming...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher giving false error message and stopping, solonoid, dish washer
solonoid, dish washer, gate valve: The only switch I can see down there is a flood switch with a long metal arm on it. Did you cut power to this unit for atleast three hours to see if the ERC would reset. Something may have passed through the system and the code just needs resetting. Also,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher heater element, kenmore elite dishwasher, heater element
kenmore elite dishwasher, heater element, kitchen faucet: Been repairing for a long time and over the years, I just might have replaced 10.....I really can t give you an honest answer one this one. They are just like heavy duty light bulbs....They do go out. Wish I could have been more helpful. If you need further...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher heater element, kenmore elite, heater element
kenmore elite, heater element, volt ohm meter: Tom, I bet I have not replaced two elements in two years, let alone on the same machine. If you have or know someone that has a volt/ohm meter check the element for resistance, and if it s getting power durning the dry cycle. If you have a sanitize cycle and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher heating element, dishwasher detergent, heating element
dishwasher detergent, heating element, rinse aid: Jeff, remove one wire from the heating element, and check for continuity. If yes, then it s ok. If not, then replace. Make sure that you are using rinse-aid (the liquid, NOT the stuff combined with those stupid gel-packs!). On some models, the electronic...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Leak, air gap, soap dispenser
air gap, soap dispenser, bottom middle: Hello.....This is a duplicate question. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major Home Appliance Parts...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Leak, air gap, soap dispenser
air gap, soap dispenser, bottom middle: Hello.....This is a duplicate question. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major Home Appliance Parts...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher leak, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: Hello.....This is a duplicate question. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major Home Appliance Parts...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher leaks at left side of door, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: remove lower cover and look underneath to see if there is water under the unit running out to where you can see it. Let us know what you find. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher leaks., powder detergent, veg oil
powder detergent, veg oil, dear mike: Trust me, even if that does not solve your leak, go back to Cascade powder, it is best. There is no build up, since those packets came out, I see more and more customers paying us a service call to put vegatable oil in the unit to stop the leak because they...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher noise, plastic casing, fan blade
plastic casing, fan blade, copper coil: Dear Bill, I trust you had a nice trip. Welcome back. I had been doing some research and found that GE inserted the older style pump motor assembly in the look-up instead of the newer style even thought it did use the correct part numbers. Try...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Problem, water jets, easter holiday
water jets, easter holiday, dishwasher: Dear Trevor, A simple thing that might be overlooked is....check your control panel and make sure it is set to heated dry and not air dry. I m not familiar with the brand dishwasher you have and if I had a service company in to look at it, I...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher plastic tub leak, undercounter dishwasher, metal brace
undercounter dishwasher, metal brace, metal tape: Fromnt he inside I would put on metal tape and then on the outside I would put on JB Weld epoxy that takes 24 hours to cure. If this don t repair it, nothing will.....Once the JB Weld cures, you can remove the metal tape from the inside of the unit. If you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher problem, sears kenmore, door latch
sears kenmore, door latch, micro switches: Hello Robert, Check the door latch, it has two micro switches that must be activated to let the unit know the door is shut. Was the unit filled with water when it stopped? If you advance the timer by hand is it still dead? Try opening and closing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher problem, kenmore model, inlet valve
kenmore model, inlet valve, water valve: Yes sir, it is the water valve, it is part number 5300809135, Sears actually has it cheaper than us, $27.99. From us it would be $39.00, so I surely understand you purchasing it from Sears. That should solve your problem. Have a great weekend. An...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher problems, maytag jetclean dishwasher, business card size
maytag jetclean dishwasher, business card size, water dishes: Thanks for the model number. The problem you are having is probably coming from the pump/motor assembly. The impellers inside the pump are probably worn or broken. Is the unit making any strange noises? Are you certain the pump/motor assembly is actually...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher - Repair vs. Buy New, dishwasher repair, heating element
dishwasher repair, heating element, comsumer reports: Dear Earl, Purchasing a extended warranty for a dishwasher that you only paid 200.00 for would not be worth the expense in my opinion. If you are followinf the advise of comsumer reports, see what they recommend when purchasing the new unit. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Repair, amana dishwashers, alex dear
amana dishwashers, alex dear, dishwasher repair: Dear Alex, Without a model number, I cannot even guess what design you have, a lot of the Amana dishwashers used the GE design. Is it making any unusual noises? Did you recently have a disposal installed? Are the other drains in the house running...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher repair, dishwasher repair, plastic spoon
dishwasher repair, plastic spoon, fridge repair: Hello Sarabeth, You must remove the lower panel and your home water supply attaches to this water valve. Before we can help you much further, you will need to verify your model number. The one you submitted is not valid....Check the float...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher repair, portable dishwasher, dishwasher repair
portable dishwasher, dishwasher repair, soap dispenser: Dear Evona, To professionally help you with your request, I will need the complete model number of your unit. Before you reply, Start your dishwasher and let it fill. When it stops filling, tell me how high the water level is from the bottom of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Soap Dispenser repair, liquid dishwashing detergent, kitchenaid dishwasher
liquid dishwashing detergent, kitchenaid dishwasher, dishwasher soap: Dear BJ, The name of the part is Bi-metal. It s located on the rear side of your saop dispenser and has two wires attached. The part you will be replacing has a black or white colored base with a silver arm mechanism that locks your soap dispenser...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Spray arm problem, spray arm, arm assembly
spray arm, arm assembly, gyser: Jennifer, I took a look at the page you sent me, and if part #66 or #62 are not installed properly (they kind of lock into place), then this will cause your problem. If you can pull the arm off while it is just sitting there, then they need to be installed...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher soap dispenser problem, maytag dishwasher, dishwasher soap
maytag dishwasher, dishwasher soap, continuity check: Cut the end off an old extension cord and make a jumper....I don t know what the reading would be without going to the shop and testing a new one. A jumper is a sure test. It opens or it does not. Let me know what you find. Waiting to hear from you,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher soap dispenser, dishwasher soap, business card size
dishwasher soap, business card size, soap dispenser: The model number you have submitted to us is incomplete or not correct for your unit. In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher stopped working, door latch, door switches
door latch, door switches, position thanks: You need to check the door switches. Try playing with that door latch. Sometimes the micro switch fails and sometimes the latch is no longer making contact with the switch, hence a dead dishwasher. Sometimes the wires break that run under the door. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher trips circuit breaker, line thanks, appliance parts
line thanks, appliance parts, circuit breaker: Charlie, You will need to determine what is causing the short circuit to determine if you can fix it yourself or not. If the motor is running, and trips the breaker, take the motor out of the circuit, and if it still trips the breaker, the fault is not in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher Won’t Fill Completely, ge potscrubber, business card size
ge potscrubber, business card size, arm moves: Hello Jean, Sounds like your drain solenoid is shorted causing the coil inside to swell and now the plunger cannot move up and down to control the drain cycle. Your part number is WD21X710 and your cost is 46.95 in new or 23.50 in good quality...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher won't wash, automatic dishwasher, pictorial views
automatic dishwasher, pictorial views, typical routine: Dear Edward, In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwasher, ge profile dishwasher, garbage disposal
ge profile dishwasher, garbage disposal, drain line: DJ, I checked and you don t have a built in check valve. So you could check the sump, sump filter, and there s a screen where the water enters the motor pump assy. The sump screen is a ovel screen that can be accesed from inside the tub. The motor screen has...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dishwater not draining properly, piston chamber, food particles
piston chamber, food particles, food debris: Hello Dave, Remove the sump cover and sump cap located on the floor to the right side of your spray arm assembly. These parts stop forks and large objects from going inside the main pump area. Check this area for plastic bags and can lids. Then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dismantling old ductwork, hvac ductwork, side bands
hvac ductwork, side bands, vise grips: Mike, The 10 side bands are called S clips, they are formed in the shape of an S if you look into the end of the clip, the ducts on both sides slip into the S clip. The bands on the 3 1/4 sides are called drive clips, the side of the drives are folded...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Distance from Air Handler to Condenser?, liquid freon, air handler
liquid freon, air handler, technical answer: Hey Stephen, Yes, yes. Technically that 30 + foot elevation & 100 foot length of liquid freon is quite a load on the compressor.Plus the resistance to the flow. But I have seen it done. Thing is the compressor will not last too long under that load. Where...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diswasher problem, soap dispenser, coffee grounds
soap dispenser, coffee grounds, maintenance department: It is beginning to sound like a timer could be the cause of the problem but before I can offer sound advice, I will need a good model number. The model number you have submitted to us is incomplete or not correct for your unit. In order for us to provide...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Diswasher repair, kenmore dishwasher, electrical meter
kenmore dishwasher, electrical meter, motor assembly: Dear Neil, I am about 95% sure your problem is in the pump motor assembly. Your part number is 675793 and your cost is 159.95 complete in new + Shipping to your state. Should you choose to order, follow this link: http://www.affordableappliance.com/orderforms.htm...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DOG CHEWED THROUGH A/C WIRE, type solenoid, air handling components
type solenoid, air handling components, voltimeter: Hello Robbie, Basically if you look on the transformer there is a primary secondary coil on the unit. The primary coil is where you would apply the 110 volts and the secondary coil is where the 24 volts would be. In other words, if you reinstalled...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DOG CHEWED THROUGH A/C WIRE, type solenoid, lumber yard
type solenoid, lumber yard, ace hardware: Replace the wire completely. Go to the lumber yard or Ace Hardware and get 18 ga wire. This wire carries 24 volts (control system). The wire sends 24 volts outside to the contactor , then it returns to the furnace to the common of the 24 volts transformer....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DOG CHEWED THROUGH A/C WIRE, type solenoid, voltage wires
type solenoid, voltage wires, intertherm: Robbie, I assume you repaired the wires that the dog chewed through? The two wires are 24 volt low voltage wires that snaps the same contactor together so you don t have to hold it down. Try checking those two wires for breaks or more chews that maybe...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DOOR SWITCH REPLACEMENT, ge spacemaker, top screws
ge spacemaker, top screws, priority mail: Look on the rear of the top panel and your will see a few screws, remove these and then the top. Next you will see top screws securing the front panel to the side of the unit. Remove these top screws and pull the front panel toward you. Now you will be...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: "Dog-gone" AC, ac unit, thin wire
ac unit, thin wire, ahold: Corine, If it is just the 24V wire (the really thin wire) you can just splice the wires together again. If it is the BIG wire, you can do the same, but just make sure that you turn the breaker off first (actually, turn it off anyway for either repair). If...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dog ate thermostat wire, volt transformer, visible marks
volt transformer, visible marks, c unit: I used to make a lot of money fixing wires chewed on by dogs! Once they do that they never stop. Over & over again. Wrap chicken wire around the whole mess of wires & pipes. Several layers. When the insulation is missing & the 2 bare wires touch, as is common,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dog ate thermostat wiring, thermostat wiring, condensing unit
thermostat wiring, condensing unit, contactor: Kim, Sounds like your not getting any 24 volt power to the contactor and if your furnace wont work sounds like your not getting any 24 volt power to the furnace controls. The 24 volt power for the inside unit and the outside unit both come from the transformer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dog chewed wires, lumber yard, screw cap
lumber yard, screw cap, ace hardware: You are right, it is a simple fix. I assume you mean the small (door bell size wires, 18 gauge). They carry 24 volts to the relay in the outside unit. They only have juice (24 volts) on them when the furnace calls for A/C. Go to the lumber yard or Ace Hardware...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dog peed in air vents, air vent, pet deodorizer
air vent, pet deodorizer, duct work: You should be able to remove the floor vent. You need to see if the duct work is metal or fiberglass.if it is metal, then, reach down in there and see if you can clean with a pet deodorizer. If it is fiberglass, then try and spray it with a pet deodorizer....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dog urinated on grill covering the a/c unit, rtv silicone, unit thanks
rtv silicone, unit thanks, c unit: 1st. Put up a fence to keep the dogs away. If you mean the alum. fins are gone. That is bad. The hole needs to be sealed. Get some clear RTV Silicone & close the hole. Will still look ugly. If you want looks improved. A complete new unit must be bought &...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Domestic Boiler, domestic hot water, clock timer
domestic hot water, clock timer, timer function: Mike, I can think of a couple of instances where the problem you are having is not a problem, when you are setting the control to either call heat or domestic there has to be a demand on the boiler. When you have the control set to heating is the loop...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Domestic Hot Water - Forced Air Heating, hydronic heating system, hot water heater
hydronic heating system, hot water heater, domestic hot water: A system that uses water as the heat source, whether steam or hot water is a Hydronic Heating System. If air gets trapped in the system, the water will not flow efficiently, also the circulator pump may have a problem. Check at the highest points of the piping,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Domestic hot water on boiler, oil fired boilers, downstairs bath
oil fired boilers, downstairs bath, domestic hot water: They work well. I would suggest having the hot water maker completely removed and replaced. This will cost close to the same as a tankless unit. Maybe even save you a few bucks on the install. Over time you will save more money with the new hot water maker...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Door for a heating unit in a clset, combustion air, solid doors
combustion air, solid doors, fresh air: Paul, this really depends on local codes and how the fresh air is being supplied for burning. if the room is a large utility area and combustion air is provided then most code allow for solid doors. I would call the local inspection office with the size of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Door Lock, whirlpool range, solenoid
whirlpool range, solenoid, thermo: Crystal, There is usually a T.O.D. (Thermo-disc) on the back of the unit that pops if it gets too hot. Disconnect the power to the unit, and pull the back of the stove off. Follow the wiring diagram, and check the t.o.d. for continuity. If it is open, it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Double Oven not heating up together, double oven, single oven
double oven, single oven, improper installation: Candy, You need to confirm that the unit is installed properly, as per the use and care/installation guide. There only needs to be one wire supplying both ovens. The wires going to the unit must have a grond wire though - have you properly wired it correctly,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Downflow furnace need a/c, forced air furnace, cooling coil
forced air furnace, cooling coil, c unit: Tom, I got to tell you I don t like your dad s idea. I can t get a clear picture in my mind as to what he is purposing but the air needs to blow strait out of the furnace supply end and through the cooling coil without making any turns. I don t know how...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Downstairs Air Conditioning, fan switch, thermostate
fan switch, thermostate, air handler: Don t run the cooling without the inside fan.Check the auto type fuse on the circuit board in the furnace. Look thru it to see a small wire, broken or not? Next, turn on the fan switch at the t stat. Run or not?. Next, open the lower access door on the fornace...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRING CYCLE KNOB/TIMER PROBLEM...NEED PROFESSIONAL HELP!!, timer switch, delicate cycle
timer switch, delicate cycle, max time: Tom, I tried finding the part number for your dryer, but no luck. A guess would be $80 to $100, beacuse of the four cycles. Usually there are about ten or so wires on the timer, and they should be labeled and color coded. To replace it pull the knob off, you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRING CYCLE KNOB/TIMER PROBLEM...NEED PROFESSIONAL HELP!!, priority mail, timer switch
priority mail, timer switch, delicate cycle: Dear TOm, The timer you are going to be replacing will be an easy changeout. Simply remove one wire from your old timer and attach it to the new one. Do the same with the rest of the wires and you ll be up and running again in no time. Waiting...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER TOO LONG, vacuum hose, folding doors
vacuum hose, folding doors, ducting systems: Can t really help on the sucking end. I would contact someone in heating and air conditioning because they have to have equipment to clean out house duct work. The dryer manufacturers do not recommend going more than 8 feet of exhaust. Sorry, but again...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER REPAIR, auto sense, dryer repair
auto sense, dryer repair, electric dryer: Dear John, Do me a favor and run a load of towels in the auto dry cycle. Before you start the dryer, remove the vent hose completely before starting the dryer and let me know how long it takes to dry the towels and does the timer move now. Keep...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicate from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicate from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicates from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicates from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicates from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DRYER STOPS ON HEAT, kenmoore, heat duct
kenmoore, heat duct, kick plate: All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicate from your end as I cannot on this end. Hi Kurt, I am going to need your complete model number to offer professional advice. I really...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Down Draft Gas Furnance, gas furnance, gas furnace
gas furnance, gas furnace, duct work: I am 5 11 and 200 lbs. I install ducts in 18 spaces all the time. It is not easy but do-able. Heat rises, so the best way is to run the ducts under the floor. Attic installations are sub-standard and have a lot of problems. Difficult it may be, but it is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Draft inducer run cycle, draft inducer motor, sorry ann
draft inducer motor, sorry ann, plumbing and heating: Hello Joe, Unfortunately we do not do any work on furnaces, so I am unable to give you a good answer. Please look for another expert on this site that deals in plumbing and heating. We are strictly appliances like washers, dryers, ranges, refrigs., dishwashers,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drafty House!, cold air return, cold air return vents
cold air return, cold air return vents, exterior doors: Bob, What is the outside temperature , how busy is the house, 1 kid, 5 kids, no kids, what type of flooring, is it drafty everywhere or only in spots , thermostat location in relation to the return grill and in the home, ie upstairs or downstairs? Definitely...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain issue, back porch, main drain
back porch, main drain, drain line: George, You are on the right track, the secondary is piped as you described , some where noticeable, to let the home owner know that the primary is plugged. If you can, let your wife know that a small amount of compressed air will usually do the trick,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain Line Cleaner, condenser unit, fish tape
condenser unit, fish tape, concrete slab: There is not much you can do to stop it from happening. I would use a wet/dry vac instead of the fish tape. Pouring some bleach down the line will work better then drain cleaner. Adding a small amount of bleach to the drain line once a month and cleaning...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain Pan replacement, allexpert, drain pan
allexpert, drain pan, home appliances: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain Pan, drain pan, oned
drain pan, oned, drainage: In response to your question, there should be drainage from your unit unless the charge in the unit is incorrect it is possible that they may have overcharged the unit you may want to have the re check the charge hope this helps you some have a great summer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain Pipe Noises Using Heater, trane heat pumps, service mechanic
trane heat pumps, service mechanic, drain pipe: Sarah, This could be refrigerant noise, I have seen some of the Trane heat pumps produce a noise that sounds like water when in the heating mode, to verify if it is or not try running the fan only and see if you still hear the noise, if the noise continues,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain pan, condensate drains, drip pan
condensate drains, drip pan, gas furnace: Joey, I d want the auxiliary drip pan under my furnace in an attic even if I had to pay for it myself. When I was installing cooling coils in attics it was required by the building code, I don t know if there have been any changes in that area since I left....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain pan, condensate drains, gas furnace
condensate drains, gas furnace, drain pan: 80% furnaces do not condensate, so they never need a drain pan. An extra drain pan under the coil is nice. That way if the pan ever leaks, your ceiling is protected. I would require the contractor (aat no cost increase) to have a pan under the coil. The pan...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain pans on inside condensor unit / condensate tray, aluminum metal, metal pan
aluminum metal, metal pan, putty: normally if it is really rusted it is hard to repair. there are too many leaks to fix. but if it is just cracked in one location then there is a appoxie putty in a tube that works well. most plumbing warehouses have it. but it is still putting a band aid...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drain problem, housekeeping duties, gas furnace
housekeeping duties, gas furnace, drain pan: The drain pan has two outlets. Primary drain & secondary drain. They are hooked up to a drain line. It is plugged. Open the drain line & replace or clean. Soap & water, round brush, housekeeping duties. If the outlets are not plugeged, then you look at the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drip Pan Plug, overflow water, drip pan
overflow water, drip pan, desirable condition: First, it is critical the unit is perfectly level. The plug should not be removed. There is an area towards the rear of the unit where the metal base appears to be bent down slightly near the coil base. This is where the overflow water should drain. If it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drip Pan, drip pan, air conditioning coils
drip pan, air conditioning coils, main drain: James, Air Conditioning coils have a condensate drip pan built on at the factory. When an Air Conditioning coil is installed in an attic space it needs to have an auxiliary drip pan under the unit incase the main drain pan malfunctions. There are code requirements...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drip pan is shot, drip pan, galvanized iron
drip pan, galvanized iron, drain pan: Mark, There are some drip pans available for some types of coils. You Proubly would need to contact a dealer of the type of coil that you have to see if one is available, You might be able to find a sheet metal shop in your area that could make you one...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping Amana Ice maker, water supply line, amana refrigerator
water supply line, amana refrigerator, water valve: Hello Phil, It sounds like your water valve is leaking. It is located in the back of the unit behind the cardboard like cover. The water supply line connects to it and then the supply line to the icemaker also connects to it. The part number is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping air conditioner, drip point, whirlpool room
drip point, whirlpool room, inchs: They all make water condensate, normal operation. They usually drip outside on the ground. Look on the bottom for a drip point, it may be cloged up. Yes, tip it a bit toward the outside. Most of the unit will be outside, only 4 to 6 inchs inside. Hope this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping Ceiling Vent, drip water, problem thanks
drip water, problem thanks, condensation: lucapsan, Most likely it is condensation. If the vent is for air conditioning only you can close it off or cover it in the winter so that the heat from the bedroom doesn t go up and in the vent, or you can check the insulation around the vent in the attic...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping/Condensation in Heating/Air Ducts, air ducts, ductwork
air ducts, ductwork, condensation: first make sure it is dripping and not ticking of metal heating up and moving against wooden joists etc. hold a screwdriver to the duct and handle to your ear and listen for mechanical sounds. yes you can get condensation in ducts but it should stop when...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping moisture from AC ducts, ac ducts, fiberglass insulation
ac ducts, fiberglass insulation, high humidity: Lynn, Conditions that will cause condensation on ductwork are pretty much the same as will cause condensation on the outside of a glass of ice water - just a little higher temperatures. Whenever the temperature of the duct (usually metal duct) is below...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping Noises from heater, excess condensation, condensate lines
excess condensation, condensate lines, chinese torture: Pramen, I would make sure this is in fact the noise you are hearing, if so you have a few options. Relocating the condensate lines or installation of a pump at the furnace location are a couple. Do any of your neighbors share the same complaint? Hope...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping noise from upstairs ac unit, main drain, unit thanks
main drain, unit thanks, drain pan: Any unit in an attic is required to have an auxillary drain pan under the unit, so if the main drain clogs and the unit overflows it will drip into this pan. My bet is this main drain is clogged and needs to be cleaned out. With the pump attached, it will...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dripping Vents, drip water, sw louisiana
drip water, sw louisiana, ceiling vents: Carla Jean, The inside of the supply ducts are cold in the cooling season and the attic space is warm/hot, if the two meet each other the condensation occurs. The same situation can happen in the heating season if warm air inside the ducts/supply runs goes...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Drive belt, clothes dryer, spindle
clothes dryer, spindle, washing machine: Dear Valerie, I have never heard of the washing machine you are seeking help on. I am sorry but we are not able to provide you professional help on your unit. Keep trying...someone just might be able to offer you assistance. Are you from outside...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dry air in a condominium, wal marts, window seals
wal marts, window seals, air leaks: The air is so dry because according to your question the oustide temperature is -30C which is -22 deg F which is extremely cold. There is no moisture in the air and I am sure that the relative humidity in your condo probably 10 to 20 percent. You need to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, electric dryer, appliance parts
electric dryer, appliance parts, home appliance: Please supply us with the model number of your unit so we can take a look at it and offer progfessional advice. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, vent hose, vent cap
vent hose, vent cap, drying clothes: It is tumbling? Try removing the vent hose from the back of the dryer and see if that makes a difference. There should not be water gathering at your vent hose.... Are you sure the washer is properly wringing out the clothes, is it possible, they are...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer 220 volt, slow drying, dryer vent, med heat
dryer vent, med heat, heat settings: No your symptoms still sounds more in line with an air circulation problem. You do not have to go near the crawl space to remove the vent hose from the back of the dryer, not even in a condo. That is the only way to eliminate the air flow as a problem,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, 220 volt, venting issue, vacuum hose, ducting systems
vacuum hose, ducting systems, electric dryer: Your welcome Allen, I hope I can be of help. These Questions go through a web site and are edited so I never get an E-mail address unless a person types it in. I haven t been to Los Vegas for about twenty years, I don t think I would recognize it these days....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, westinghouse model, white westinghouse
westinghouse model, white westinghouse, business card size: You are going to have to lift the top and take the front of the dryer off and disengage the belt and pull the drum to see if your heating element is broken. If not, is the terminals that stick out of the ceramic you see darkened or discolored? Those terminals...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer - 4 prong /3 prong wiring, prong cord, dear bill
prong cord, dear bill, pigtail: Dear Bill, The black wire is L1. The Red wire is L2. The white wire is the neutral or middle terminal and the green wire is connected to the ground screw located in the area where the wires connect to the terminal. It does not matter which one...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, electric dryer, strange noises
electric dryer, strange noises, appliance parts: Hello Troy, There are several reasons that could cause the burnt like steaks on your clothing. The first being, it was caused by your washer. If you are possitively sure it is coming from your dryer, take a white rag and wipe the rear housing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, clothes dryer, screwdriver
clothes dryer, screwdriver, tumbler: Hello Doug, it is most likely one of two things, either the belt broke, or the tumbler motor has died. You can unplug the dryer and raise the top to check the belt. It may require removal of several screws at the back, or some do not have any and the top snaps...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, kenmore model, clothes dryer
kenmore model, clothes dryer, appliance parts: Hello Doug,, The belt is part number 341241, cost is $13.95. You have to remove the whole front also, it comes off as one piece door and all, that is the only way you can wrap the belt back around the drum, under the drum is a pulley that will be laying...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer blowing fuses, thermal fuse, blower wheel
thermal fuse, blower wheel, motor shaft: Dear Steve, Thank You for the model number. Yes, thermostats can act erratic and go on and off at differnt temperatures. The only problem with that is you have an older unit and it has a adjustable thermostat with a probe coming from the control...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer does not complete dry, correct model number, vent hose
correct model number, vent hose, venting system: This forum changed and I am not seeing what we have discussed previously. I need the model number and for you to get me operating temperatures. Set the timer to high setting and them read the temperatures at the outlet duct with the vent hose removed. Get...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer does not continue to fire, vent hose, infinite resistance
vent hose, infinite resistance, exhaust hose: Hello Mike, I guess the first question I have is if the heat comes back on once it shuts down? If so, how often? Approximate time is fine. Also, when you said you cleaned all the lint out, did you do at the bottom of the actual lint chute where you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer or not to dryer, motor windings, vacuum pump
motor windings, vacuum pump, central air conditioning: He didn t know what he was doing. You had a burnout of the compressor motor windings spewing hydrofluoric acid into the suction & liquid lines. That acid will eat up the motor windings before too long. I put on both filters( BIG size) on a burnout & evacuate...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not drying clothes, dryer vent hose, kenmore elite
dryer vent hose, kenmore elite, kenmore dryer: I would be looking at the temperature coming out the the rear vent of the dryer. During the dry cycles, the temp should go up at high as 150-175 degrees and drop down to 120-130. This is the continuous cycle temps -- approximately -- What degree of temperature...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer duct cleaning, dryer duct, dryer vent
dryer duct, dryer vent, flexible duct: It depends on the kind of duct that it is. If this is a dryer duct for your house it would probably be cheaper to install new dryer vent. On my dryer I have a piece of flexible duct connected to a piece of sheetmetal duct running to the outside of the house...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer exhaust, dryer vent, dryer vents
dryer vent, dryer vents, instillation: Joe, Dryer vents are installed pretty much to the discretion of the person who installed it, it s not likely that you will find the same type of instillation in another part of town, I have no Idea how your dryer vent is installed other then venting out...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Four Prong Cord, ge dryer, appliance parts
ge dryer, appliance parts, home appliance: Change the cord rather than the outlet. To change the outlet you will need to run a new wire from the panel box. To change the dryer cord, simply remove the four prong and install the three prong. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer follow up..., blower wheel, motor shaft
blower wheel, motor shaft, altantis: Are both the front and rear drum seals in tact? What abouot the blower wheel? Hold the motor shaft and then try to turn the blower wheel. It should be real tight. Finally, the idler pulley which takes up the tension on the belt. Something is really obvious...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer With No Heat, thermal fuse, flame sensor
thermal fuse, flame sensor, whirlpool dryer: Marti, First, SLIGHTLY pull the plug out of the outlet, so that the blades are visible, but still making contact. Check for voltage between the center terminal (neutral), and each outside terminal respectively. There should be 120V between the neutral and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Not Heating, electric clothes dryer, heating element
electric clothes dryer, heating element, fuse box: Good Job!! That is indeed your problem. That item usually blows (opens) because of a lint or air flow problem. Be sure your vent is not block or restricted in anyway. Pushing the dryer back and crushing it a little would cause this problem. Your part number...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer will not heat, heating element, voltage meter
heating element, voltage meter, campion: Do you have a voltage meter and test the voltage to the dryer coming from the wall outlet? There are many things that could cause the dryer not to heat. Check the heating element, it must be physically broken....is it? Waiting to hear from you, Eric...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer without heat, start at square one, ge model
start at square one, ge model, voltage tester: First of all, you have a gas dryer and it cannot be hooked up to run on electric only. THe next thing you need to do is borrow that meter and set the meter to read voltage. I need to know the voltage at the ignitor when you turn on the dryer with all the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not heating, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, number id: Dear Jolene, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business card...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not heating, thermal fuse, glow bar
thermal fuse, glow bar, gas dryer: Hello Jim, If there is no voltage at the ignitor, I would check the thermal fuse that is white plastic and located in the blower housing, it can be checked with a meter for continuity, if it does not have any, that would be your problem, there are other...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer heating, gas dryer, plug hole
gas dryer, plug hole, handy man: Hello Again Nathan, You need to check the ignitor to see if it is good. If you can remove the ignitor, apply 110 volts to it. The ignitor should light up real bright. It will be hot and it is very fragile so be careful. Let me know...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not heating, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, heating element: Hello Tom, If you look good at the tage you will find your model number to be 110.86570110. First I would make sure that the unit still is recieving 220 volts at the terminal in the back where the cord attaches. I would look in that area for burned...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not heating, heating element, necessary repairs
heating element, necessary repairs, appliance parts: I personally do not think too much voltage is the issue here. The fact that the unit was pushed too close to the wall could have caused all of the problems. When the unit heats and can t get rid of the heat and moisture, the heat builds up inside the unit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not heating properly, vent hose, air circulation
vent hose, air circulation, gas dryer: Unfortunately, a new dryer will have the same problem. Maybe even more so because the manufacturer s on the newer units do not want you to go over 8 feet in hose length. You can either go to the hardware store and get an electric power vent, that has a...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer no heating, lint filter, fuse one
lint filter, fuse one, thermal fuse: Dear Mike, It can be a loss of 220 volts, which will allow the dryer to tumble, but not heat. The heating element is inside a cannister, it must be removed and checked for a physical break. There are up to four thermostats on the interior, with one...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, getting hot, spinning, but not pushing any air!, kenmore elite dryer, lint trap
kenmore elite dryer, lint trap, business card size: No that is not normal....In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business card...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer-Lint Trap, dryer lint trap, dry time
dryer lint trap, dry time, trap door: The vent chute gets filled with lint over the years, I will bet if you put a clothes hanger down there with the dryer unplugged, on the end of the hanger would be lots of lint. The unit has to be taken apart to access that chute for cleaning. Normally...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Marks, wd 40, appliance parts
wd 40, appliance parts, home appliance: Dear Patty, You said you replaced the felt that runs around the drum. There is a top piece that has three pieces of plastic on it and then the lower one. Each is sold seperately. Did you replace both of them? With the door open, run your finger...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer makes buzzing noise, electric dryer, campion
electric dryer, campion, amana: Yes unfortunately, it sounds like your motor is failing, the part number of the replacement motor is 2200376, cost of new is $108.95, shipping would depend on your location. Of course we cannot guarantee that will solve the problem, but from what we had...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer making high pitched sqealing noise, belt pulley, ge dryer
belt pulley, ge dryer, heat levels: Shelley, If it IS in fact the problem that I said, it takes 15 minutes to repair, and the cost of parts is roughly $7x4 for the glides, and maybe $10 for the pulley. I was thinking about your problem afterwards, and there is also a drum bearing on the back...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer model 63932101, kenmore model, windings
kenmore model, windings, push down: Hello Chris, That tells me the run windings or your motor are bad and when you run it with the button depressed your running on the start windings. The motor switch could be the problem or the motor, but they are sold together. So a motor replacement...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer noise, stackable washer dryer, whirlpool stackable washer dryer
stackable washer dryer, whirlpool stackable washer dryer, appliance parts: Hello Diane, Sounds like a rear drum roller. Remove the angled panel just above the washer lid and look inside paying special attention to the rear section. Do you see the rollers supporting the rear drum? Check these for excessive wear. Let...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer overheating, degree thermostat, heating element
degree thermostat, heating element, heater element: Thanks for the good rating......Keep in mind, where ever the coil had touched the heating element cannister or it s own metal body created a weak spot in the heating element coil. This will result in premature heating element failure.....When you need this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer and possible problem, metal screw, ge dryer
metal screw, ge dryer, loud pop: Hello Carrie, Remove the light bulb and shine a flashlight up in the socket. This may be shorted. Your part number for the socket is WE5M5 and your cost is 15.95 + 5.95 shipping. Should you choose to order, follow this link: http://www.affordableappliance.com/orderforms.htm...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer problem, top screws, screw driver
top screws, screw driver, centrifical: Dear Sandy, Thanks for the model number. You have an older style Whirlpool built dryer. Unplug the unit and then remove the two top screws located under your lint screen on the top of the dryer. Next, using a flat headed screw driver, pry up...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Repair, dryer repair, campion
dryer repair, campion, model number: We will need a model number to help you on this one so we can see the unit as you do. Before you email us back, put a thermometer in the vent and tell me the hottest temp coming out of your dryer and how long it took to get there. Waiting to hear from...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer repair, kenmore gas dryer, dryer repair
kenmore gas dryer, dryer repair, appliance repair: Pamela, if you run the unit for 10 or 15 minutes on no heat, and you don t hear the rattle, the noise is probably coming from the burner. The coil on the burner can cause no heat and a rattle noise when they act up. Get your model number, and call a local...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Smell when AC first turns on, heat pump, lint
heat pump, lint, warranty: Ed, I m sorry but I have absolutely no idea what the smell might be? About all I can tell you is that it s not common. If the smell is when the A/C first comes on and is only momentarily I wouldn t think any thing would have a chance to heat up enough to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer not Starting, fabric care, thermals
fabric care, thermals, appliance parts: Hello Corey, Most likely one of your thermals or safety fuses. Do you have a mulit-meter and know how to use one? Remove the lower front panel and check all the thermostats and fuses you see for continuity. If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer starts then turns off., pictorial views, number id
pictorial views, number id, home appliance: In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every part in your Major Home Appliance....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer does not stop, ge electric, door switch
ge electric, door switch, coin box: Dear Chin Lee, It s on it s way.....Pay close attention to the three microswitches referenced by the letter D on the breakdown we faxed you. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Thermal Fuse, thermal fuse, safety fuse
thermal fuse, safety fuse, minimal risk: Hello Kathy, Of course there is some risk or the part would not be in the system. But if you stay home while laundering you should be fine until you can afford to replace the fuse, but I would replace it when you can, category wise in risk, it is minimal,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer thermal cutoff, limit thermostat, kenmore dryer
limit thermostat, kenmore dryer, thermal fuse: If you bought part number 279769 it is correct. I did not got to the link you had in there, I have no need. The lint build up is probably going to be found in the lint chute at the very bottom where you pull out your lint screen, it packs in there over...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer timer motor, continuity test, new timer
continuity test, new timer, patiance: Hello Sam, Your persistance is appreciated but I still need to know the temperature of the air blowing out of the dryer. It will help me determine which thermostat is shutting down first or not shutting down. THe lighter test just shows they...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer timer, whirlpool dryer, service person
whirlpool dryer, service person, inset: First we need the model number which is found on the ID tag inside the dryer, not on the door but on the inset where the door would sit when closed. Next, do you have to wait 10-20 minutes to turn it back on when it shuts off. I am thinking it sounds more...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer tripping cicuit breaker, amp breaker, electric dryer
amp breaker, electric dryer, wiring harness: Tyler, First, make sure that all the connections are tight in the outlet, including the connections in the breaker box. The breaker itself might be weak too. After that, make sure that all the connections are tight in the wiring harness of the dryer. Are...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer tripping, loose wires, loose connections
loose wires, loose connections, electric dryer: Nam, If there is no loose connections on the breaker or outlet, or in the dryer, run the machine with the heater out of the circuit. If it does not trip the breaker, then the heater is at fault. Continue with the other components. If it trips the breaker,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Vent Duct/Airconditioner Location, dryer vent, operation efficiency
dryer vent, operation efficiency, condensing unit: Ricky, What can I say? I don t like ether one of your options. Any type of a blade or fin from a booster fan? that s in the air flow is likely to cause you proublem s. There is no housing code that I know of as far as the condensing unit a/c is concerned...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Vent Placement, dryer vent, laundry utility
dryer vent, laundry utility, fire separation: Brian, Venting a dryer vent into a garage is illegal according to the international building code that governs building codes in the U.S. Your better off venting into an attic or a crawl space under the house. The best way is to vent up through the roof...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Vent, concrete block foundation, flapper valve
concrete block foundation, flapper valve, dryer vent: If you go to lowes or home depot they make dryer vent products that have animal proof screen that could be emptied of lint or you could by an outlet fitting with a flapper valve. If you run the dryer vent through the window you will have to either remove...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer/Ventilation Problem, maytag performa, business card size
maytag performa, business card size, correct part numbers: Thank You for the model number. Slip a putty knife in the two front retaining clips just under the lid. Unplug your dryer before performing this operation. Once the lid is up and resting against the rear wall, look at he left rear corner and you will see...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer/Ventilation Problem, hoze, dryer vents
hoze, dryer vents, pitched roof: Dan, Assuming your dryer is all electric rather then gas just disconnect the vent at the dryer and run it normally a couple of times and see if it makes a difference. If you come to the conclusion that the vent is plugged maybe you can access what you need...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer Venting into Crawl Space, preventative maintainence, dryer vent booster fan
preventative maintainence, dryer vent booster fan, pell city alabama: Harry, I am not sure that there would be any advantage of venting clothes dryers into a crawl space, but there are a number of negatives. First, it is against mechanical code in most cases. Second, it would vent hot and very moisture laden air into an area...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer without vent, cinder block, inch hole
cinder block, inch hole, duct tape: Kelly, To put it plainly: THE VENT MUST TERMINATE TO THE OUTSIDE, AND BE NO LONGER THAN 15 FEET, WITH NO MORE THAN 2 ELBOWS! So, if you can find anybody who can pound a 4 inch hole through cinder block (I assume it s in the basement), and then run 4 inch...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer ventilation, exhaust vent, roof vents
exhaust vent, roof vents, metal pipe: Trey, There are roof vents for 3 & 4 round pipe that have back draft dampers and screens, you can remove the screen so that lint dosen t collect. If your local building supply store doesn t carry them you can probably order through a sheet metal shop...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer venting, dryer vent, vertical run
dryer vent, vertical run, dryer vents: Jack, Dryer vents belong to my trade and area of expertise. It s the dryer itself that I don t know a whole lot about. Pushing air is like pumping water you encounter head pressure with water and you encounter static pressure with air. The more length...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer venting..., floor joist, appliance parts
floor joist, appliance parts, home appliance: Hello Mike, Here is a link to our website which gives general guidelines for installing a vent for your dryer. We hope this information helps you in designing your dryer venting system. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer venting, furnace duct, dryer vent
furnace duct, dryer vent, inaccessible place: Kerri, Once a dryer vent starts catching lint it can plug up fairly easy. When you cleaned the ends some of the lint may have dislodged and traveled through the vent to an inaccessible place and hung up on more lint. I don t know what kind of material...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer wires burnt,burning smell, kenmore model, lint trap
kenmore model, lint trap: Hello Charles, It could be a number of things, is the heat cycling on and off? Did you check other wires? Did you clip back the wire far enough and then make a good connection? Check your original repair and the other wires. If the unit is not cycling...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer won't respond to new home :(, 220 volt, clothes dryer
220 volt, clothes dryer, campion: Dear Beth, A few things....I would remove some covers and see if a wire might have come off during the move to your new home. I realize you had a new 220 volt wire run....was it installed correctly? I ve seen qualified electricians have a bad...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer won't start, zero resistance, service person
zero resistance, service person, wheel: Wen, The lower buzzing sound is the motor trying to start. Make sure that nothing is stuck in the blower housing/wheel area. Make sure that the drum turns freely. If so, then the motor is probably seized (since it is apparently getting voltage). I hope this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer wont heat...help pls?, kenmore dryer, heating element
kenmore dryer, heating element, appliance parts: The first thing would be to check and see if you have 220 volts at the dryer. If half of your home circuit breaker is tripped....the unit will run but produce no heat. If voltage is there, you will need a multimeter to proceed. Do you have one and know...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer wont start, ge dryer, old model
ge dryer, old model, appliance parts: Hello John, Have you taken the unit apart yet? If not, I would do so. One of two problems could be happening. First, the motor centrifigal switch could be stuck in the run winding because of all the lint in and around the motor switch. Cleaning...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dryer, sears repair, thermal fuses
sears repair, thermal fuses, chimney sweep: Dear Bob, I am not sure what is normal as I do not know which dryer you have. You did not supply us with your model number. I can tell you that the gas does cycle on and off as if it were to stay on all the time, tour unit would over heat causing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DUCT INSULATION,AND COLD AIR RETURN, trane furnace, cold air return
trane furnace, cold air return, duct insulation: Ron, I m not sure if I understand you correctly but I ll give you my thoughts. I m assuming that you have a standup basement and not just a root cellar. I m also assuming that when you say furnace your talking about a gas fired furnace. I m kind assuming...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: DUCT'S, duct work
duct work: Suzy, You kind of lost me? I don t know what the proublem is/was other then moisture under the house. The duct thing is what I m not sure about. If your talking about ducted supply runs, ducted return s or both? if there is no proublem heating or (if you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual action agitator, priority mail, mail order
priority mail, mail order, agitator: Hello Grant, Sure sounds to me like the agitator dogs are worn. The part number is 80040 and your cost is 5.95 + 4.95 shipping US Priority Mail. Order from us and we will guide you right through the installation. Turn the top portion of the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual HVAC condesate piping, hvac unit, overflow pipe
hvac unit, overflow pipe, drain pipes: I am not sure why they would have installed more then one drain pipe. The unit should only need one, as most units do. There are normally multible spots to connect the drain depending on which way the unit is installed. The lost connection point is normally...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual Mode Thermostat Replacement, ac system, dual mode
ac system, dual mode, air handler: If you had two separate thermostats then you Proubly had two separate sources of 24 volt electricity, You need to eliminate one.If you had two separate thermostats then you Proubly had two separate sources of 24 volt electricity, You need to eliminate one...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual Thermostat, attic exhaust fan, floor ducts
attic exhaust fan, floor ducts, room doors: Lou, Every supply register in your house needs a path so that the supply air coming out can flow unobstructed to a return grill somewhere in the house, If you close bed room doors and the bed room doesn t have a return in the room you won t get a good air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual voltage tv, multi system tv, military buddies
multi system tv, military buddies, dual voltage: Usually there is a converter that you plug the unit into, is it possible you never had that part? Then the convertor plugs into your power. Don t you have any military buddies that might have done the same thing with tv s and stereos, they may be more...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual wall-mount A/C thermostat, wall mount air conditioners, control circuits
wall mount air conditioners, control circuits, meat locker: Wow, 6 tons for 200 sq. ft. !!! You could use it for a meat locker too. Each one of those units has a transformer for control circuits & you can t interconnect 2 separate transformers, doesn t work.Never heard of a thermostat that would alternate units like...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual water heaters, weil mclain boiler, hotwater system
weil mclain boiler, hotwater system, isolation valves: i do not know each particular model you refer to as i am uk based. but if you email me with pictures etc i will be able to assist you. as to heating whilst electric is supposedly more efficient than oil its high cost makes oil the far better alternative...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual Zone Air, service switch, hi john
service switch, hi john, dual zone: First check the breakers. Then maybe check and make sure that the service switch is not shut off on the furnace. Sometimes there is a light switch mounted to the side of the furnace that can turn them off and on. I have seen then get bumped off before by accident....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dual Zone Heating/Air Conditioner, zone control panel, level townhouse
zone control panel, level townhouse, zone zone: Brian, A zoning system would be an add-on for that air conditioner. This means that you have a zone control panel that takes input from the 2 thermostats and then tells the system to run, and also opens and closes dampers in your ductwork to direct air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ducane filter location?, cold air return, cold air return vents
cold air return, cold air return vents, heat unit: Nathan, The unit outside has a supply air section and a return air section, Both sections have access covers that can be removed for accessing that particular section for service, when you take the cover off of the return section you can access the blower/motor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct Cleaning of ducts in forced air gas furnace systems, corner crease, elbow grease
corner crease, elbow grease, furnace systems: Mostly it is a scam. In very unusual circumstances ducts need cleaning. The dirt cakes on the metal and sticks in place. Once that happens, leave it alone. If you have active mold growing, clean the ducts. I have seen all shapes of duct cleaners for ducts....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct Cleaning, Vapor Barrier, pine beams, heartwood pine
pine beams, heartwood pine, rat problems: Terry, Here are a few links that you should look at prior to having ducts cleaned: http://www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/airduct.html http://www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/images/airducts.pdf (the pdf version) The information here will educate you so that you can make...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct Cleaning, dust accumulation, hvac service
dust accumulation, hvac service, dead insects: Steve, I am not a big fan of duct cleaning. I usually only recommend it when there has been a problem such as a previous owner or tenant running the system without an air filter or some other such abuse. Normal minor dust accumulation will be removed by...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct cleaning, lumber yards, ace hardware
lumber yards, ace hardware, static filter: Basic answer, Waste of money! If you have a special problem in the ducts, that can only be solved by cleaning, should you mess with them. If you want to take off the grills & vaccume & wash with soap & water, that will give you a better job than the run of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct cleaning, vacuum system, television commercials
vacuum system, television commercials, art art: Art, It s a vacuum system, The vacuum is very powerful and will suck fairly well for a few feet from the register. The rest is like trying to smoke a cigarette with holes in it or if you ve never smoked it s like trying to suck liquid through a straw with...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct cleaning, fiberglass fibers, allergy sufferers
fiberglass fibers, allergy sufferers, gmail: In my opinion duct cleaning does not really help the unit work better execpt in some extreme dirty cases. Duct cleaning is more to help allergy sufferers etc. Some duct cleaning can cause the duct fiberglass fibers to come loose, and it done wrong could...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct cleaning, heating ducts, waste of money
heating ducts, waste of money, duct cleaning: It would probably depend upon how much it costs to get the ducts cleaned. I would say that it is probably worth it if the cost is less than 500 dollars. I would not clean the ducts any more than once every 5 to 10 years or every 5 years if you have bad allergies...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct Design, gas furnace, static pressure
gas furnace, static pressure, air distribution: If the ductwork decreases in size as it goes to the last drop, you can do this, although I never do. I find that the static pressure is better and you have better air distribution when you have some way to build it up against something. So, I would certainly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct fan or return air?, inline duct fan, return location
inline duct fan, return location, diffusers: Bill, I m assuming that air conditioning is your main priority? You need your supply at the ceiling to be able to cover the two outside walls, you can use one diffuser if the air pattern will reach both walls or if not you should use two separate diffusers....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct work, pac model, warren oregon
pac model, warren oregon, gas valve: Don, Manufactures of heating and cooling equipment use lots of different types and makes of gas valves as well as other parts. The same make or type of gas valve that is on your unit might be of might have been used on many different brand and types of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duct, mechanical engineer, qestion
mechanical engineer, qestion, hvac program: Kasey, It s all Greek to me? I guess I get an F . The only way I ve ever measured air is by CFM, even if I did know how to calculate it I would have to know the CFM of the 5 ton air handler. Any way you probably would be better off asking a mechanical...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ducting, elbows, degree elbows, gmail
degree elbows, gmail, trunk line: Elows can degrease the amount of air flow, so the duct needs to be sized to allow for the elbows. I am not sure what would happen to he air flow, because the size alone does not mean anything. The trunk line and the current cfm would have to be checked....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ducting, ft mcmurray alberta, ft mcmurray alberta canada
ft mcmurray alberta, ft mcmurray alberta canada, gas furnace: Diane, Ducts expand when heating and contract when cooling. Snapping and Cracking is not unusual on start up and shutting down or a temperature change in between. A duct that is in a tight space and doesn t have any space to expand into is more likely to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ductless air conditioners, ductless air conditioner, ductless air conditioners
ductless air conditioner, ductless air conditioners, decent product: Janette, There are all types of air conditioners that are considered ductless . Window, Through the wall, Portable type, there are other ductless types used in commercial applications. Air conditioners need to have the condenser section outside or ducted...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ductless air conditioners, ductless air conditioner, water condensation
ductless air conditioner, water condensation, ductless air conditioners: Janette, Ductless (or mini-split) systems are a great way to add air conditioning (heat also with a heat pump model) without having to add a duct system. We use them quite a lot in small computer or telephone equipment rooms and have great results and very...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ducts, furnace insulation, ductwork installation
furnace insulation, ductwork installation, duct insulation: Marie, Your right, to many variables, I ve never heard off bubble wrap duct insulation and I don t know what sealtites,, consist of. In my area using flex duct for return air is illegal and you didn t say if the system was going to be for heating and air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ductwork Estimate, ductwork installation, oil furnace
ductwork installation, oil furnace, heat registers: Every part of the country is different (price level). There is no way to answer this. Here in Montana, we design for max heat usage. I hate flex duct. You loose air flow with it. Unless it is stretched very tight (length wise). When you say ceiling return...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ductwork sizing, oppertunity, ductwork
oppertunity, ductwork, complete system: Christopher, It s not all that simple, There are plenty of manuals on the market but I can t tell what might be appropriate for you or where to get one. I m sure if you search the web you can find hundreds. When your sizing a system it all depends on what...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ductwork, return ducts, flex duct
return ducts, flex duct, flexible ducting: Tom, You don t have to look at anything that s not in the attic, cold air is not going to rise and then come back down. Since you have insulated flex ducts I doubt if that s the problem. on the supply side I would look for sheet metal duct s or extended...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dunkirk furnace - pilot problem, gas furnace, pilot light
gas furnace, pilot light, gas valve: The thermal couple is usually the culprit. It may also be either a gas valve failing, or there is not a directional cap on the vent at the top and wind is blowing down the vent putting the pilot out. I believe as inexpensive as they are I would try another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Duo_therm troubles, electric furnaces, duo therm
electric furnaces, duo therm, heating coil: Robin, I don t have any expertise about electric furnaces, there not used in my area because it cost five times more to heat with electricity then gas. It sounds to me like you may need to replace the electric heating coil or at least part of it. If you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dust coming from the air vents, furnace filter, heat registers
furnace filter, heat registers, warm areas: Christin, The air that comes out of the supply registers from your furnace is the same air that comes out each and every one of your vent s/registers. There is nothing different in the air that comes out of your kitchen/living area vent s then there is in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Dyer, cycle 3, lint
cycle 3, lint, seeing things: Hello Kyle, Since you have the top up, look from the inside at the top of the front panel and you will see two screws, one on the left and one on the right. Remove both of these and then pull the front panel toward you and give it a tug upward....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: damage from AC clogged drain, air vent, daughters room
air vent, daughters room, clogged drain: Robin, Leaks coming through the ceiling air vent can do so because the water is actually leaking through the ductwork (not as common) or because water is leaking in the attic and the opening in the sheet rock of the ceiling is just the hole it finds to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: damaged freezer, small waist, freon
small waist, freon, blow dryer: Hello Theo, Unfortunately, your refrigerator is done. The gas is freon and once some has leaked out, it must be replaced to cool. The freon in the freezer is the coolant for the whole unit. So even if you found an epoxy to make the patch, the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: damper system broken on forced air A/C&oil heat, damper system, electrical bills
damper system, electrical bills, metal blade: Jim, You have got to get into where the dampers are installed and see what s going on. There are lots of multi zone systems with different motorized dampers. You need to have a description of your damper assembly to really know what you need to do. There...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: damsel in distress, kenmore gas dryer, damsel in distress
kenmore gas dryer, damsel in distress, two birds with one stone: Suzanne, the shafts are held on with nuts on the other side of the bulkhead. I think I ve had to replace one shaft in thirty years, so if you don t have to don t, it s not worth the trouble. The end of the shaft is beveled, so the triangle clips go on easier...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: danby bar fridge, freeon line, bar fridge
freeon line, bar fridge, repairable: Marie, The unit is un-repairable. Even if you COULD afford it, the moisture that has entered the sealed system will prevent it from working properly again. You can buy a new fridge for less than the cost to attempt to repair this one. I hope this helps! :...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: data plates, coil size, rhem
coil size, rhem, model numbers: Most of the time one can tell by looking at just the model number. Some manufactors make it a bit harder to know. Most model numbers will have a 024 2 ton 030 2.5 036 3 ton 048 4 ton 060 5 ton It is not the case for all units. If you were to send...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: daY/NIGHT FORCED GAS FURNACE, flame failure, gas furnace
flame failure, gas furnace, carrier day: Considering you have not had the unit serviced in almost 20 years means you are pretty lucky. There are far too many things that can go wrong, and you have not even given me a starting point. Safties, gas valve, high temp, flame failure, induction fans,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: definite purpose contactor, test meter, definite purpose
test meter, definite purpose, diagonal line: different contactors have different connections the coil connections will usually be shown as a small box with a diagonal line through it the coil contact connections are usually the smallest use a test meter asnd check for the resistance of the coil...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: How to defrost an Antique Hotpoint Fridge, freezer section, blow dryer
freezer section, blow dryer, hotpoint: Hello Seana, That old of a unit is most likely a manual defrost, which simply means that you unplug the unit, remove the food, and get your trusty blow dryer, keep it focused on the ice until it melts. You will need like a large rectangle cake pan to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: defrost cycle, tiny gears, russ russell
tiny gears, russ russell, jumper wire: Russell, That little wire is what sends power to the motor (or supplies the neutral, in certain cases). You need to determine what terminals power the motor. They are usually the middle of the three, and the one by itself. Therefore, one of the terminals...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: How do you defrost a freezer?, small chest freezer, heat guns
small chest freezer, heat guns, blow dryer: Hello Edward, There is no way to defrost it without taking the food out. But if you have a drain plug on the unit that will allow water to drain from it, hot water would be the quickest way along with a blow dryer. No sharp objects should be used...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: defrost on fridge, food section, fresh food
food section, fresh food, model number: Hello Ray, You did not supply enough info to answer your question. I do not know the make or model number of your unit, please reply with that info so we can look at your adaptive defrost control. Some can be tested, some cannot, we need the model...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: defrost timer, doc id, document search
doc id, document search, search asp: http://www3.sears.com/Paul/document_search.asp?bnd_id=0582&prd_typ_id=0165000&model_num=25357672791&doc_id=&model_desc=SIDE-BY-SIDE%20REFRIGERATOR& That is a link to Sears that will give you the breakdown of your unit. Your timer should be in the very...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier, kenmore dehumidifier, auto 35
kenmore dehumidifier, auto 35, manual states: Dear Dave, Shut the unit off overnight. When the next day comes, remove one of the covers to gain access to the coils and look carefully at the coils....are they dirty? If so, clean them well. We use a coil cleaning acid and then hose the unit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier compressor not running, resivoir, humidistat
resivoir, humidistat, hampton bay: Hello Jeff, You seem capable enough.....remove the cover from the compressor terminals and then check voltage on the two wires going to the compressor when you have the unit running. Do we have voltage at this check point? If you need further...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier freezes up, warm climate, dry in the sun
warm climate, dry in the sun, course water: We spray them all over with water. That is why you must let them dry out. It s the same with Window unit A/C s. We acid bathe the coils and of course water does get into the controls. Never had a problem as long as you let them dry out. A/c s and dehumidifiers...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier: full light won't go off, warranty service, fedders
warranty service, fedders, water container: Deidre, Check to make sure that the float is attached to the water container. If that does not work, here is a link to the owner s manual for your dehumidifier. Page 4 has a process you need to follow to obtain warranty service and there is a toll-free...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier starts - then shuts down, electrial problem, gmail
electrial problem, gmail, warranty repair: If I had to guess, this unit has an electrial problem. I do not believe the unit has refer loss protection. The comp would probably start even is there not refer in it. It is probably cheaper to buy a new one then you try and fix the old one. Depending...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidifier, freon, loudness
freon, loudness, coils: Dear Julie, Usually when the coils freeze up it means the unit is low on freon. Keep in mind, that when you are low on freon, it leaked out. It can only leak out through a hole in the sealed system. The noise can be the compressor running without...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dehumidify, dust mites, air temp
dust mites, air temp, ductwork: Portable dehumidifiers are fickle and most of them barely have any performance after the first couple of months. Dehumidifiers are best utilized on a centrally located nit adjacent to the ductwork. It ties in closely to the unit and with minor power and drains...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: derating a conventionally vented gas boiler, heat loss calculations, gas boiler
heat loss calculations, gas boiler, efficiency ratings: as a follow up proper individual zone controlls would help enormosly and you would not be wasting money as they could be utilised when the new boiler/s are eventually installed bearing in mind when installing them that they will eventually be used with more...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: desired gap under door, gap size, air circulation
gap size, air circulation, interior doors: Russ, The gap size would mostly be a function of how large the room is and how often the door would remain closed. A 3/4 - 1 gap between the bottom of the door and the top of the flooring is most common, but if it is a very large room requiring a lot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: how to determine the cooling capacity of my portable room A/C, don crosby, e mail
don crosby, e mail, friend john: Hello Donald. The only way to get the exact BTU output would be to do an in depth diagnosis while the unit was operating. It requires calculating the fan RPM, wet and dry bulb space temperature, return air and supply air temperature and the system temperatures...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: How do I determine tonnage of heat pump, jim ray, hvac business
jim ray, hvac business, condensers: Ray, If you want to know how much you need? roughly one ton for every 400 sguare feet of space that you want to cool (a lot of variables here). If you want to know what you ve got check the rating plate where the electric goes into the unit 12,000 BTU s...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: determining adequacy of combustion air, combustion air requirements, national fuel gas
combustion air requirements, national fuel gas, national fuel gas code: you MUST ensure that you meet and or exceed the combustion air requirements of a boiler to ensure correct and safe combustion. if you do not have direct access this can be achieved by pipe / ducting from external source or from a adjoining room provided...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dettson mini hot water radiant heating, electrical wiring diagram, quebec canada
electrical wiring diagram, quebec canada, radiant heating: Gerry, Unfortunately the Dettson web site is terrible, looking at the HGRC model it looks pretty standard, can you describe what you are trying to figure out and maybe we can resolve the problem with out the schematic, I would be happy to help any way...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: diffrance in temp from the return to the outlet, degree difference, cooling coil
degree difference, cooling coil, tempature: Ryan, If you stuck your thermometer on each side of the cooling coil right at the coil you could hope for a 20 degree difference, 18 or 19 would be acceptable. The air going in your return air grill could rise in tempature one or two degrees depending on...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: digital thermostat, hunter digital thermostat, yellow wires
hunter digital thermostat, yellow wires, glass vial: Hey Cheri, I congratulate you for changing out the t stat yourself. I m a do-it-yourselfer too & get into trouble but that1s the way to learn. You should have had a red, green, white & blue(&/or yellow)wire. The Hunter stat should have had R,G,W,Y terminals.That...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty a/c coils central system, dirty coils, fan motor
dirty coils, fan motor, cleaning solution: The chemical you described is a product only available to licensed contractors and should be used by such. This may not be your only problem , you may have blower issues or a refrigerant problem causing the freezing. question for you. Are you filtering this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty coils, dirty coils, cleaning chemicals
dirty coils, cleaning chemicals, wholesale supply: Todd, I can t quite grasp a picture of how your A coil is installed, usually they are placed down stream of the air flow the last thing before the air leaves the unit. If you have a little air compressor or access to one you can blow the fins out and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty filter on AC, static quality, quality filter
static quality, quality filter, ac unit: Who on Earth told you that? Friend or professional? Usually the drain line from the pan is plugged. Clean &/or replace the line. Then see if it drains right. What quality filter? Good quality I hope (HEPA or electro-static quality) Cheap fliters let a lot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: "dirty sock" smell every airconditioning season, metal ducts, dirty sock
metal ducts, dirty sock, performance issue: The smell is a common problem, believe it or not, and can be remedied by cleaning the coil of the unit with a product called x-odor. It is caused by debris building up inside of the coil and once it gets wet (which the coils do during the A/C time of year),...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty sock syndrome, drip pan, dirty sock
drip pan, dirty sock, drain line: Kathy, There is nothing that the Air handler might give off that could have an odor. The coil dose condensate in the cooling mode and drip into a drip pan that may not be draining properly, also the drain line may drain into a sewer drain line and could...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty sock syndrome, pleated filters, indoor air quality
pleated filters, indoor air quality, dirty sock: First, I hope you are using the good pleated filters, and not the cheap ones. The UV light only kills certain things, and odor is not one of them. Have you had the ducts cleaned? You might have a problem there. I would also have the unit check to be sure...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty sock syndrome, mold and mildew, mildew growth
mold and mildew, mildew growth, getting close to summer: The odor is usually from lack of dehumidification. Often it is the result of an oversize unit that will run and cool down the air temperature quickly, but does not run long enough to properly dehumidify the air. You may try some other dehumidifiers as well...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dirty water from hot water heater, hot water tank, hot water cylinder
hot water tank, hot water cylinder, hot water heater: you have given me enough information i am of the opinion that your hot water tank is badly scaled up (if it was indirectly heated by the furnace i would have said that the heating coil had perished and was leaking contaminated water into you washing water)so,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: discrepancy between upstairs and downstairs temp, upstairs and downstairs, little don
upstairs and downstairs, little don, average temperature: Heat rises, cold air sinks. The problem will reverse in the Winter. Open the downstairs vents just a little, don t completely close any. Now, get a ceiling fan near the open stairway(the culprit)& let it blow downward in the Summer, up in Winter. Reverse...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dish washer, pictorial views, dish washer
pictorial views, dish washer, door switch: Hello Gil, I would first check the power coming to the unit and the door switch, however, in order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dish washer/ water softener, hard water stains, soap residue
hard water stains, soap residue, dish washer: Steve, Proper water temperature is ESSENTIAL for a dishwasher to operate properly, whether it is a $200 G.E., or a $3000 Bosch. I have the cheapest dishwasher possible, and my dishes come out SPOTLESS. The temperature of the water must be AT LEAST 140 degrees....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dish washer, business card size, dish washer
business card size, dish washer, series numbers: Hello Linda, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, dishwashing detergent, kenmore model
dishwashing detergent, kenmore model, food particles: Dear Jackie, I am leaning towards the water fill valve. I really don t know how to have you check it further. You say the water level is lower than the element while it should almost touch the element. If there is not enough water in the unit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, number id: In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business card size metal/foil plate....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, soap dispenser, spray arm
soap dispenser, spray arm, arm assembly: Dear Gordon, The best way to determine where the leak is coming from is to remove the inner door panel from the outer door panel with the screws you see when you open the door all the way and look down at it. There are usually seven. Once removed,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, debree, motor assembly
debree, motor assembly, access panel: Hello Jeff, Remove the lower access panel and you will see the rear of the motor assembly. On the left side just back a little further, you will see a drain solenoid with a plunger inside of it. Will the plunger move freely up and down? Waiting...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, white consolidated industries, latch assembly
white consolidated industries, latch assembly, mop bucket: Hello Again Steve, Unfortunately, you have a very poorly designed pump motor on your unit, it is made of plastic and the motor is sealed, internal parts are not replaceable like most dishwashers. The shaft inside that particular motor is also plastic...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, water connection, water valve
water connection, water valve, dishwasher: Hello Stefani, I do not even know what brand of dishwasher you have in your home, so I will need the make and model number to actually give you good advice. But the first thing I would be looking at would be the water valve of the dishwasher to be sure...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, white westinghouse, spray arm
white westinghouse, spray arm, campion: Hello Sherman, Thanks for the model number and the update information. I would be checking the filter body for blockage. The filter is the rather large white circular item your lower spray arm attaches to. Your part number is 5300809011 and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher or not, flex hose, light indicator
flex hose, light indicator, appliance parts: Sorry Noel, I am not familiar with that brand of dishwasher. Are you in the United States? If there is a float inside the washing cavity, check to make sure it is not stuck in the up position.....If you need further assistance, feel free to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, drain water, water temperature
drain water, water temperature, putty: Kirsten, I had a smiliar question last night from another person. Other than drain water getting back into the machine, I really don t have any ideas. Make sure the detergent is fresh, and the water temperature is a minimum of 145 degrees (run the hot water...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, rinse aid, live in canada
rinse aid, live in canada, dishwasher: Angela, Glissen won t help with your problem. Your chopper is either plugged, or your rinse aid is not dispensing properly. If you don t live in Canada, I can t tell you where to buy Glissen. If you do, then email me at CERTIFIEDWINDSOR@aol.com . Thanks!...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, business card size, soap dispenser
business card size, soap dispenser, series numbers: Hello Marcel, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher???, water inlet valve, plumbing problem
water inlet valve, plumbing problem, quiet series: Does any water come in before it stops? I ask because if not, then that may be the reason it stops. In this case it could either be a plumbing problem or a defective water inlet valve on the dishwasher. However, if everything seems normal up until it stops...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, kenmore dishwasher, apples to apples
kenmore dishwasher, apples to apples, lamar mo: Length depends on cycles used. Perhaps you are using a heated wash and it heats the water up to temp every now and then. Check your owners manual for proper lengths of time. This varies drastically from model to model nad brand to brand. Compare apples...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, portable dishwasher, soap dispenser
portable dishwasher, soap dispenser, broken spring: Evona, if the cover that you close after you put the detergent in moves freely, and isn t hard to open or close, the dispenser itself is probably ok. There is a bi-metal actuator inside the door that trips when current is applied and allows the detergent door...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, x6, dishwasher
x6, dishwasher, model number: Dear Joe, I need to know the make and model number of the unit so I can properly advise. Does the dishwasher wash the dishes properly? Does it make a louder than normal noise when draining? Please get me the answers to these questions so I can...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, sump area, visible water
sump area, visible water, impeller: The model number is easily located, it is right on the tub when you open the door. If the 1/2 is only in the center of the tub, you are fine, it was always there. If the 1/2 goes across the whole bottom of the tub, it means that the pump assembly may...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher not clean well, maytag performa dishwasher, food particles
maytag performa dishwasher, food particles, large drain: Sandra, it is possible that when the machine quits pumping, and the level of the water is above the disposal, it can syphon some of the dirty water, and disposal crud back into the dishwasher. Sounds like you may have a blockage in the drain line from the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher doesn't drain, t drain, drain system
t drain, drain system, glitched: Got a model number so I can take a look at the drain system...If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher doesn't drain, david littlefield, air gap
david littlefield, air gap, t drain: When you set your timer to the first wash cycle, does the machine start up and pump water within the washing cavity....if it does, turn the timer dial one click at a time until the motor stops. Now, go to the next click and it should start once again. This...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher doesn't wash, jerry dear, fan blade
jerry dear, fan blade, dear jerry: Dear Jerry, Thanks for the request.....Under normal conditions, 5 weeks is not a long enough time to bind up a motor. Your unit does have a few years underneath it s belt and it s highly likely that by the end of this email your unit will be functioning...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher heating element aglow during wash cycle, heating element, glows
heating element, glows, kenmore: I would not concern myself. It is normal. Leave the door shut and allow it to complete the cycle and you would never even know it was happening. Your refrigerator glows read behind the freezer panel also......did you know that? Good Luck and I ll be here...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher heating elements, kenmore dishwasher model 665, heating element
kenmore dishwasher model 665, heating element, heating elements: Hello Shelly, I cannot see your element so I do not know how much residue is left on there. You can try removing the lower rack and setting the timer for the heat dry, then while the element is hot, you can try steel wool to get it off. But be careful...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher leak, motor shaft, ge model
motor shaft, ge model, motor assembly: Yes that is the most common place for a leak, the seals on the motor shaft inside the pump housing fail. You have three option, rebuild your pump housing with a kit for $36.95. Install a rebuilt pump motor assembly for $75.00 or a new pump motor assembly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher leak, water level control, dish soap
water level control, dish soap, rinse aid: Hello Lee, There is a little rubber grommet in the soap dispenser, the part you see is about about a 1/2 wide and 1/4 high. It is usually gray or black in color, if it is not in good condition, that would cause the leak. Check it and let me know....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher leak, shaft seal, ge model
shaft seal, ge model, seal kit: Jason, with a ten year old dishwasher, it is probably the shaft seal that is leaking. A pump seal kit is probably about $30 to $40. The problem is the labor, you have to remove the pump motor assy, and the old seal can sometimes be a bear to remove. I don...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher motor blade, motor windings, ge potscrubber
motor windings, ge potscrubber, business card size: Sounds like the motor windings are beginning to wear....This is not a common occurrence in this machine. We do have the complete pump/motor assembly rebuilt for 79.95 shipping if you are interested. When you say manually spin it, you mean you have the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher pump, ge profile dishwasher, rocker arm
ge profile dishwasher, rocker arm, motor assembly: Hello Leonard, The pump/motor assembly must be removed and then rebuilt. We have all the necessary kits and seals needed for this repair. The kit is about 25.00 and the seal another 8.00. If you need further assistance, feel free to email...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher repair, kitchenaid superba, bearer of bad news
kitchenaid superba, bearer of bad news, rinse cycle: Dear Terri, Your dishwasher was one heck of a work horse in it s day, but it s day was a long time ago. The unit was pretty sophisticated for it s time, so diagnosis could be difficult and the parts will not be readily available if available at all....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher repair, dishwasher repair, plastic valve
dishwasher repair, plastic valve, bottom front: The valve is part number 3374621, cost from us would be $21.95. If you were to remove the access panel from the bottom front of your dishwasher, you will find a blue body, plastic valve with two wires going to the coil on the valve and your water supply...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher repair, dishwasher repair, business card size
dishwasher repair, business card size, series numbers: The model number you have submitted to us is incomplete or not correct for your unit. In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher repair, spray arm, rinse cycle
spray arm, rinse cycle, drain valve: Terri, there are a couple of things that could be the problem. The drain valve could be not sealing, allowing water from the tub to drain during each wash and rinse period. Or it could be the pump assy is bad. Put the machine into it s normal cycle. When it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher soap dispenser, dishwasher soap, soap dispenser
dishwasher soap, soap dispenser, spring bar: The reason we you are loosing the information is you have two requests going. Bottom line here is you and only you can tell if the spring is broken. If there is no tension in the door when pushing it closed, the sping is broken. In my last correspondence,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher stopped working, kenmore, dishwasher
kenmore, dishwasher, timer: Hello George, Is the unit completely dead? Can you move the timer to another selection and will it work? Do you hear anything at all? Try checking the door switches to see if they are telling the unit the door is closed. Did it make any noise before...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher not washing, pictorial views, diswasher
pictorial views, diswasher, answear: Dear Gabe, In order to offer you professional we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every part in your Major Home Appliance....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher/whirlpool, thermal fuse, pictorial views
thermal fuse, pictorial views, number id: Hello Greg, Thank you for the model number. There is a thermal fuse located in the control panel on the control board. Your part number is 675813 and your cost is 14.95. Shipping would be 5.95 in the United States. Should you choose to order,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher not working, kickplate, water pumps
kickplate, water pumps, eric eric: There will be clean dishes for this Easter Holiday. Glad to be of help. If you need further assistance, we do have our oun website and can help you there as well as purchasing any parts you might need for any of your Major Home Appliances. Our website address...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher not working, answer line, gsd
answer line, gsd, water pressure: Ina, Couple of questions, does the motor run as it goes through the cycles? The water that s left at the end of the cycle, is it just a little bit, or does it cover the bottom of the tub? GE s have a habit if their not used for a long period of time, the motor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dishwasher, food particles, spray arm
food particles, spray arm, garbage disposal: Jackie, if the food particles are in the cuped surfaces of the glasses and bowls. Then either you don t have a upper spray arm that s mounted at the very top of the tub, or your not getting any water out of the spray arm if there is one. If there is no water...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No display on HVAC thermastat, allexpert, thermastat
allexpert, thermastat, home appliances: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No display on thermostat, volt ac, c terminal
volt ac, c terminal, split system: Chris, t-stat has 24 volt ac , remove t-stat to reveal the subbase wiring hookup should have 24 volts at R to C if you have a c terminal or maybe a B terminal also check between R and Y , R and G etc. using the R as the point. if no power...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: diswasher on strike, serving spoon, diswasher
serving spoon, diswasher, computer controls: Most modern appliances have internal computer controls that get... confused every now and then and need to be reset. I would suggest cutting the power to the dishwasher, allowing it to sit for a few minutes, and then powering it up again. By unplugging...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dometic refrigerator, rv systems, residential appliance
rv systems, residential appliance, dometic refrigerator: Hello Ricky, Unfortunately we do not work on those type systems, we are residential appliance repair folk. Completely different systems. It is best you look for an expert that handles the RV systems. I am sorry I was unable to help, but no advice is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: I don't trust techs to my house, I turst you!, pvc pipes, ac unit
pvc pipes, ac unit, sp80: Reggie, That is a GENERAL way to test for proper operation. The big line should sweat. The ONLY way to check for proper operation is by using gauges. NEVER replace just a compressor though - replace the entire outside unit. Like I said though, if the big...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: In-door ice dispenser, low water pressure, ge profile performance
low water pressure, ge profile performance, side by side refrigerator: Dear Hank, In my experience, The problem with the crushed ice/cubed ice in is the time delay module. The time delay module is the control board in the front fountain assembly that has the two slide switches on it. Basically what happens is the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: double wide a/c flow, furnace blower, double wide mobile home
furnace blower, double wide mobile home, squirrel cage: Steve, Your motor, the squirrel cage, and size of the furnace are all matched, if you get too much RPM s going you can slow the air flow. You need to take a good hard look at the supply air/ return air going into the furnace. You can only blow out what you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: downdraft vent, downdraft vent, downdraft cooktops
downdraft vent, downdraft cooktops, exterior exhaust: They make downdraft cooktops with exterior exhaust and interior exhaust. The down draft appearance would only affect you went the down draft is in use, when it pops up. Or you could go with a style that has the fan in the center of the burners that does...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: downstairs unit fan never cuts off, downstairs unit, split unit
downstairs unit, split unit, unit heat: If the t-stat fan switch is in Auto, then the fan should turn off. Does the fan turn off when you select Auto and OFF ? This is not a unique problem though. Depending on the unit it could be a bad control board or fan relay located in the control section...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: draft inducer motor for a bryant unit, draft inducer motor, venting system
draft inducer motor, venting system, static pressure: Gerardo, I don t keep catalogs and literature on all the hundreds of furnaces, I suppose if your venting system were at the maximum for 3300 RPM then you might have a proublem, on the other hand if your venting system were at the minimum ( length and bends,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drain on air conditioner, unit thanks, swicth
unit thanks, swicth, gmail: The amount of water in the unit does not affect how well it runs. Now, if you have a high water or overflow swicth, then that can cause the unit to shut down. Depending on the way the switch is wired, it may only shut down the comp. or the whole unit. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drain pan not draining, answer asap, drain pan
answer asap, drain pan, drain tube: Try blowing in the drain tube from the exit end. Why take the unit all apart. Most likely you are going to find a lot of rust in there. Wait until the fall and then take it apart and scrape all the rust..then primer it to last a few years longer. If you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drain pan line, mold and mildew, vent pipe
mold and mildew, vent pipe, downstairs bath: The drain should not have been piped into a vent. It should be pumped to the outside via whatever means necessary. Instead of the drain going up to the attic, it should have been piped below the floor and to the outside. The mildew in the closet is a definite...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drain tube on refrigerator, drain tube, frigidaire refrigerator
drain tube, frigidaire refrigerator, air blow: Hello David, Worked on a few over the years....They are not a unit I ever want to work on again. Bottom line is you must take the little box apart and gain access to the drain pan. I am sure it is blocked with ice. If it was my unit, I would...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drainage pipe outside, hot water heat, hot water heater
hot water heat, hot water heater, drainage pipe: The water can be coming from several places... If your A/C is in the attic, then is could be coming from the overflow pan. The water will warm up while in the attic space. Check the main drain line to see if it is plugged up. I could also be coming...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drainage and sparking problems, garbage disposal, appliance parts
garbage disposal, appliance parts, home appliance: I think I would tackle the spark first.....take the inside screws out of the dishwasher door after removing power to the dishwasher. Now, separate the panels and find the wire on the door that has shorted. Repair this and we will then tackle the leaking.....If...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drayton digistat rf1, rf wireless systems, digistat
rf wireless systems, digistat, life batteries: Where on Earth are you located? That is a European product. I do not know if they can be bought in the U.S. (assuming you are in the USA) (I ve never had any questions from outside North America). Anyway, go to http://www.invensyscontrolseurope.com/lwwcm/connect/Invensys+Controls+Europe/Home/Products+%26+Services/Product+Selection+Tool/Drayton/Wireless+Control+Systems/Digistat+RF+Wireless+Systems?CACHE=NONE&CONTENTCACHE=NONE&CONNECTORCACHE=NONE...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: too much drip on ac unit, drip pan, safety precaution
drip pan, safety precaution, foot prints: dennis, I don t know what you got but this is how it should be. With your units in the attic each one has a main drip pan, the drain from the drip pan should drain into a convenient drain some place other then just to the outside, the health department or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drip pan leaks and no way to get to the AC unit in attic, drip pan, cracked pipes
drip pan, cracked pipes, rubber latex: as i am UK based i do not know whats available in us. there are liquid sealers that are rubber/latex based oor resin based products used for repairing cracked pipes. perhaps if you can get the tray out and repair it in the attic? let me know if you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drip pan repair, fender washers, drip pan
fender washers, drip pan, rust hole: Perry, There s not much that can t be repaired. I don t know how the rest of the drip pan is, if there is any good material to adhere to. Whatever you use needs to withstand water and 200 degrees of heat. If you have space you might use a couple of fender...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dripping air conditioner duct, electric baseboard, propane gas
electric baseboard, propane gas, laundryroom: Chances are where the vents come though the ceiling need to be insulated. The attic is getting cold enough to allow the vents to get cold enough for the moisture to condense on the vents (the same way water drips from a glass of ice water). You can get some...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Can not drop inside air temp / system constantly runs, hvac system, gamil
hvac system, gamil, newer systems: If the unit is not big enough, then it will run all day long to keep up. If it is oversized, then it will not run long enough to remove humidity. There has to be a happy medium. It is possible that some duct work may not be sealed correctly and leaking...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer, hello bill, door switch
hello bill, door switch, voltage meter: Hello Bill, Thanks for checking the door switch. The next few tests will require the use of a voltage meter. Do you have one? If so, you will need to check the voltage at the rear of the dryer where the cord attaches to the dryer. Remove the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer, flame sensor, secondary coil
flame sensor, secondary coil, machine model: HEllo David, Yu need to replace the booser and holding coil and also the secondary coil. Your part number is 5303931775 and your cost is 24.95 + 5.95 shipping. If you need further assistance or have any questions at all, feel free to REPLY to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer, rgx, door switch
rgx, door switch, switch button: IF you cannot turn the motor by hand, your motor is most likely seized up. Motors run about 100.00 in new or 50.00 in good quality used. Interested? If so, let us know and we will quote you pricing and availability. In addition, we will guide you through...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer, motor windings, motor shaft
motor windings, motor shaft, rgx: Sounds liek the motor windings are shorted.....Over heading in that short of a time period either comes from a increased resistance or a shorting motor. Run it without the belt on and see how long it runs. Still over heats? Waiting to hear from you, ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer age, electric dryer, appliance parts
electric dryer, appliance parts, home appliance: Sorry...yoou would have to contact Sears on this one. They have a special working with the serial number.....If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer belt replacement, dryer belt, electric dryer
dryer belt, electric dryer, idler pulley: Actually, we sell a kit that includes the two rollers, the belt and the idler for $28.95, it comes with instructions. I would need to know your model number to determine if that kit is to be used on your style. Thank you for your request and have a good...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer blows cold air, 220 volts, 110 volts
220 volts, 110 volts, cold air: Hello, You need to make sure there is 220 volts at that outlet for the dryer. After verifying that with a meter, if you still have a problem, email us but make sure to include the make and model number of the unit. It is possible something shorted...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: my dryer is burned out, heating coils, heating element
heating coils, heating element, heating elements: HEllo Pamela, The reason they burnt out in such a short period of time is because they were not installed correctly. There is an art to insalling the heating elements which have to be stretched perfectly and installed in a fashion where they...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer heat, stackable washer dryer, vent fan
stackable washer dryer, vent fan, fingers in the air: Put your fingers in the air stream, outside. Does it blow a lot or only a trickle? When there is very little air, the vent is blocked further than you can see or the vent fan in the dryer is broken. Undo the flex hose at the dryer & check both ways. Good...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer no heat, heating element, thermal cutoff
heating element, thermal cutoff, electric dryer: It seems strange that two items would go bad at the same time. If the heating element is open, there is a break in it. Remove it from the cannister and physically look for a break. If you need further assistance, feel free to e-mail us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer is not heating, crackling noise, kenmore dryer
crackling noise, kenmore dryer, radio reception: being a uk resident i do not know this particular machine it is quite possible that the system is not going through sequence you should be able to hear the arc of the ignitor either by ear or by placing an am radio near to the furnace (when the spark...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer not heating, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: The unit you have is a good unit regardless how old it is. The same problem can happen within a few years on a new one. If you and your husband are not handy and do not have a multimeter, call in the pros or go shopping. I would however shut off the breaker...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer not heating, heat coil, heating coil
heat coil, heating coil, electrical meter: It could be a heating coil, but the only way you are going to find out is to take the drum out and look at the heat coil to see if it is actually broken. If not, you will need an electrical meter to test the outlet for 220 volts and to check thermostats,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer not getting hot enough, rear vent, vent hose
rear vent, vent hose, electric dryer: Hello Frank, Are you sure when you say it s not getting hot enough that the symptom is that it s taking too long to dry the clothing. If this is the case, Remove the rear vent and then dry a load of clothing and see if the dryer dries clothing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer insulation, kenmore elite he3, gas dryer
kenmore elite he3, gas dryer, fire hazard: There is no insulation in the dryer....I think I would cancel the service call and run a few more loads. Are you sure this bat of what you are referring to as insulation, did not come off the towels? Anything in the lint screen comes from inside the dryer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer take a long time to heat, timer mode, heating element
timer mode, heating element, themostat: In both cycles, the dryer uses the same operating thermostat. I would be looking at the timer. Check there for burnt or darkened contacts......Look at the temp selcet switch also. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer motor replacement, tunnel chute, wire cutters
tunnel chute, wire cutters, blower wheel: Gina, Un-plug the dyer! Before you open the new motor box (and therefore cannot return it), remove the back panel. On the left hand side, there is an aluminum tunnel/chute thingy . Very carefully, remove the screws at teh bottom (on the round part), and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: My dryer needs help!, center bearings, continuity test
center bearings, continuity test, whirlpool dryer: Hello Michael, It sounds like one of the felt drum seals has come out of place or is damaged. With the dryer unplugged, you will have to rip it down, lifting top, removing the front panel that includes the door and then you have to check out the drum...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer question, maytag performa, ribbed belt
maytag performa, ribbed belt, preforma: Hi Bill, It is time to open up that dryer and check the belt for some worn spots and cracks and thinning on the edges, it is a ribbed belt, I am suspecting you will find the edges fraying and the idler pulley center bearing wearing or the area where the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer repair, high temperature paint, rust streaks
high temperature paint, rust streaks, mold and mildew: Hello Randy, Well unless there is moisture in the house, we don t really see rust on that dryer after 14 years, they were built of better materials than what is on the market today. As for the heat, with it comes additional moisture. I am not sure where...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer repair, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, dryer repair: Hello Linda, I went to do the look-up to offer assistance and I found the model number invalid as submitted. In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer repair, screw driver, dryer repair
screw driver, dryer repair, fridgidaire: I was not familiar with the Fridgidaire # and thought you had a refrigerator. On a dryer, the back is still removable, and also the top will lift up. It may require removal of some screws in the rear to raise the top, but it has snaps that are very stiff that...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer repair, kenmore dryer, vent hose
kenmore dryer, vent hose, heat coil: The first thing I would do is disconnect the vent hose and make sure the dryer is atleast 18 from the wall and run a load through to see if air circulation is your problem. I cannot match that model number (are you in the USA) but Kenmore is typically just...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer runs but doesn't get hot, thermal fuse, gas valve
thermal fuse, gas valve, gas dryer: Cheryl, Unplug the dryer, and remove the rear panel. On the blower tunnel, there is a little white plastic piece, (called a thermal fuse). Remove one wire, and check for continuity. If it fails, replace the fuse, and then check the venting for blockages....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer with scrambled brains, sears appliance repair, kenmore appliances
sears appliance repair, kenmore appliances, permanent press: Hello Ed. I have the Whirlpool models just like this set, and actually Whirlpool makes the Kenmore appliances. It sounds like a circuit board failure. Try to contact either the Sears appliance repair and speak to a technician, or call Whirlpool and speak with...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer shock, kenmore dryer, electric shock
kenmore dryer, electric shock, service person: Hello Stacey, Apparently there is a short inside the dryer, so you must unplug it shut the breaker off and have someone find the short. DO NOT USE THE UNIT UNTIL THE SHORT IS FOUND. IT IS VERY HAZARD TO YOUR HEALTH. If you are going to attempt this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer stopped, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: Hello Thea, Now, it s my turn to keep it as simple as possible. I will need the model number and brand of dryer to help you further....if ya know what I mean....SMILING....If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer thermistor, thermistor, high heat
thermistor, high heat, orr: I am sorry, it is time for Sears, but don t tell them you were into the unit. That was a very expensive machine, maybe you can push them to warranty it, since it is not a simple part. Please let us know the outcome so I can use the info to help others....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer vent, airline magazines, dryer vent
airline magazines, dryer vent, garden leaf: Hi Bruce, I m sorry I ve taken so long to get back to you but I was unexpectedly unavailable the last few days. In any case, your last message seemed like you were on the right track and I wanted to see how everything went. I look forward to your response....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer vent..., lint trap, kenmore dryer
lint trap, kenmore dryer, dryer vent: Mike, Each elbow counts as 10 feet, even though they are only an elbow. Therefore, the vent that you have is 15 feet+30 feet, which of course, totals 45 feet. That is a little long, but you can buy a dryer vent booster if you like. They just fit in the vent,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer venting under the house, floor joist, dryer venting
floor joist, dryer venting, wood flooring: Kathy, Dryers cannot be vented into crawl spaces - it is against code. Here is the link to an answer I gave to a previous user here on the same subject. If there is something significantly different in your situation, respond back and give me the details...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer venting..., horsepower motors, power vent
horsepower motors, power vent, dryer vent: Hello Mike, The window is not the problem, the run is though. You are doing 15 with 3 90 degree turns. It is not meant to go over 8 for the newer style dryers. Years ago, there were higher horsepower motors in dryers and they could take the length...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer won't heat up, kenmore gas dryer, expertise thanks
kenmore gas dryer, expertise thanks, gas valve: Dear Michael, That could be the reason why your model number does not come up in our system. We will still be able to help you diagnosis your problem. Taking it apart will be a little feat since I am not sure who made it. Is there any access...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer won't run, appliance parts, home appliance
appliance parts, home appliance, campion: Dear Carol, In order for us to provide professional advice, we will need the model number and the brand of dryer you have. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer won't spin, rear rollers, kenmore
rear rollers, kenmore, lint screen: Sherry, More than likely the belt has broken. remove the lint screen, and remove the 2 screws. Lift the top of the dryer up (use a screwdriver under the front corners to pop it up), and then remove the 2 screws holding the front panel on. The repair kit includes...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer wont dry, vent hose, peep hole
vent hose, peep hole, pictorial views: Hello Mike, Remove the vent hose and turn the dryer to the highest dry settings and the I want you to feel the amount of air coming out of the dryer vent. Does it feel forceful? If it does, put a thermometer there and tell me the highest and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer will not work, kenmore model, timer clicking
kenmore model, timer clicking, blower wheel: Jon, The motor is finished. The smell is from the windings burning. You will have to replace the motor, and ensure that there is nothing stuck in the blower wheel, which may damage the new motor. It is also good practice to install a dryer repair kit (rollers,belt,and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryer, white westing house, heating coil
white westing house, heating coil, ball bearing: Don t feel dumb. You have to pop up the top, take off the whole front panel, and then disengage the belt, then using the belt as a handle, you can pull up on the drum and then out. The drum is held in by a ball bearing that rides in a U shaped holder,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dryers, electric dryer, repair man
electric dryer, repair man, appliance parts: Check the element for a break. If it is not physically broken, it it good....If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: drying time--Brand new house, brand new dryer, vent length, vent hose
vent length, vent hose, gas dryers: Hello Lisa, The first thing I would do is remove the vent from the rear of the dryer and then run a load of wet clothes as you normally wood. Let me know if it drys much better and then I ll explain how to proceed.....If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dual control, square foot bedroom, programmable thermostats
square foot bedroom, programmable thermostats, air exchange: Hello Loyd. With this large of an addition you will need another unit for the new bedroom. This is too large of an area to use either of the existing units. Dampers would allow some air exchange in the addition, but neither area would be comfortable. The advantage...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dual fuel heat pump/propane setting, honeywell visionpro, propane furnace
honeywell visionpro, propane furnace, trane xl14i: Chad, I looked up your t-stat on line.Honeywell lists 43 different models.I am not familiar with every model. There are probably hundreds of t-stats out there.You can go to their web site and look under Vision Pro series yours looks like model TH9421 and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dual zone systems cost & issues, floor thermostat, zone systems
floor thermostat, zone systems, stair cases: Hello Kimberly,How much insulation is there on the ceiling of the new room ?? Lots I hope. Figure this: Rule of thumb says you need 1 ton of cooling for every 500 sq ft. Is that an overload on the 2nd floor unit ?? And don t forget that cool air sinks rapidly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducane #10b30a, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. No, it is not normal. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct booster blowers, journeyman electrician, duct booster
journeyman electrician, duct booster, squirrel cage: Giles, I m not sure what the booster blower fan is You might get a little help out of squirrel cage type fan but the one s with a fan blade are useless. If there is no return air in the bedroom and the door is shut you ll have a tough time getting the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct cleaning, furnace duct, construction debris
furnace duct, construction debris, heating ducts: Ray, I have never been a staunch supporter of furnace duct cleaning where they bring in the big vacuum mounted on the back of a truck and they have all the brushes, cables, and cameras. Unless you have been running your unit without a filter you haven...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct config. vs. zoning, damper control, bells and whistles
damper control, bells and whistles, zone controller: Larry, there are a number of damper control systems on the market. It is difficult to use a manual damper to control the amount of air for three floors. The best control method is to install a damper with a zone controller for each floor. There will be a thermostat...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct inspection, fiberglass insulation, downstairs bathroom
fiberglass insulation, downstairs bathroom, floor register: Tammy, I would think that if there were anything in any of your ducts that you would smell it in other rooms also. However if the register in your bathroom is a floor register it s likely that a flooded bathroom floor might have gotten water into the insulation...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: no duct for return intake, air handling unit, foundation level
air handling unit, foundation level, filtrete: Paul, I have absolutely no idea what your air conditioner is or where in the house it is if it s even in the house as apposed to on the roof or ground. Filter between the foyer and dust pit means nothing to me. If you want to filter the air going into an...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct size, circular slide rule, rule of thumb
circular slide rule, rule of thumb, bernoulli: Hi Alan,Duct sizing is a function of Bernoulli s Equation for airflow in ducts. That equation applied to ducts is in the form of a circular slide rule(ductlator) used to size ducts for the airflow required in each room of a house. How s that?? Easy question,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct sizing, residential renovation, cfm system
residential renovation, cfm system, air velocity: The basics on duct sizing is that you need to gain pressure throughout the system. If you can t get a basic pressurization, you can t circulate the air and your building will become stale. Other than that plenums can be enlarged to create area to pull from....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work, allexpert, duct work
allexpert, duct work, home appliances: Hello Dell, Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work, fiberglass fibers, ductboard
fiberglass fibers, ductboard, gmail: For the most part, flex duct is just as good as metal. Although they both have advanages and disadvanages. Cost is clearly an advanage for use flex. The import thing is to make sure the flex is properly installed. The issue with the old duct board that...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work, return ducts, gmail
return ducts, gmail, duct work: That might actually work. All the rooms in the house have to have return air to the unit. My only question is what is below the floor? If it a conditioned basement, then I see no problems with this. Keep in mind this is site unseen to know for sure. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work air flow, gas furnace, filter size
gas furnace, filter size, static pressure: With 1400 cfm s at .10 static pressure, the correct sized return for your unit is 16 round pipe or 14 X 16 square pipe (depending on if the unit is mounted horizontally in an attic or vertically in a closet). If it is in the closet, you might need larger...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work schematics for double-wide manufactured home, floor registers, blower unit
floor registers, blower unit, rough shape: Both ends of this question are my specialty, too and I ve seen aloto f duct cleaning companies that aren t all that great. Make sure the duct cleaners DO NOT USE a rotobrush, as the vacuum nozzle is at the head of the spinning brush and after about 3 feet,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duct work, duct insulation, penny nails
duct insulation, penny nails, fiberglass insulation: Shari, You can wrap a piece of stove pipe wire around the insulation and pipe every so often as necessary to hold it in place. You can pin it like you might strait pin the hem on a dress using 16 penny nails. A little more expensive are plastic straps that...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: all ducted out, dryer vent hose, hose clamps
dryer vent hose, hose clamps, appliance parts: Yep...go to your local hardware store and ask for metal dryer vent hose clamps. That should take care of your problem. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducting, space wall, wall structure
space wall, wall structure, square inches: Albert, Free air is the amount of air that is un obstructed by grills, filters, or building structure. If you have an 18 X 10 duct and it maintainers that size from the foot of the stairs, down through the floor, floor joist, joist space, wall structure,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducting, attic space, duct work
attic space, duct work, air flow: The plemun is a space that is open to allow air flow. Depending on who you talk to, they might call it different terms. In residental apps., the plemun is the section of duct work between the unit and the attic space. The plemun goes from the unit and into...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducting, fiberglass duct, particle board
fiberglass duct, particle board, wood chips: I am going to guess that the unit is going to sit on top of the return box? I would not use that type of product....once it gets wet, it expands and falls apart. At some point in time, the unit is going to drip, and ruin the chipboard. I would build...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ductless air conditioning, story townhouse, bedroom doors
story townhouse, bedroom doors, quietness: Catherine, Tough question, if the children share a room that would be 1 unit, since it is suggested that you keep the door shut in the evenings, then depending on your own comfort I would say another unit for the master bedroom and depending on the layout...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ductless mini splits, gas space heaters, ductless mini splits
gas space heaters, ductless mini splits, 12000 btu: Mylinda, You need 12000 BTU s of cooling for every 400 sq. ft, How you split it up would depend on the floor plan. a heat pump is good for mild tempature s, if you have near freezing tempature s you ll need an auxiliary electric heat strip. It can cost...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducts, duct work, gmail
duct work, gmail, air flow: Sounds like the a/c is not balanced in your home. You did not mention if the house is new, or the a/c system is new. The problem can be corrected by install dampers and balancing out the air flow, if the duct work is sized correctly. Good luck Craig...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ducts, ceiling diffusers, air diffusers
ceiling diffusers, air diffusers, dead possum: James, Have you been in your attic, Where is your Air conditioning air handler or furnace or whatever you have for cooling. Do you have air diffusers in the ceiling, If you have ceiling diffusers unscrew one and look inside, If nothings going on in your attic...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ductwork, ac unit, duct work
ac unit, duct work, gmail: Yes and no...You may not have enough velocity to get good air movement. You probably will not have to remove the duct work, just intall dampers to the branch lines to balance everything out. I would try to see if it works ok first. Craig achelpguy@gmail.co...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ductwork and Carrier vs. Trane, carrier gas furnace, degree elbows
carrier gas furnace, degree elbows, floor registers: I suggest long sweeping 90 degree turns for the ductwork. And make sure when it is secured, that it doesn t squeeze off the the air flow less than the designed size (i.ee. Installers like to use black fabric strap, but if you pull it to tight, suddenly a 10...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ductwork, old furnace, cold air return
old furnace, cold air return, water boiler: Candice, You really didn t say what type furnace you had or where it was installed other then the center of the house? I ll assume the furnace is in the basement and that it is an up flow furnace, the air blows up and out the top. Your cooling coil should...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dunham spacepak issues, fractional hp motors, shaft size
fractional hp motors, shaft size, blower wheel: Rich, Found another person or maybe it s your listing that has the same problem at another web site .Listed as 1971 Dunham Bush space pak model # 5510ES blower problem Phone 724-322-3240 medi@hotmail.com. If that s not your listing you can call them to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: duo matic olsen oil furnace, oil furnace, old tank
oil furnace, old tank, new tank: Did you get lots of oil through the bleeder? Is your oil valve at the tank open? Was the oil in your new tank taken from the old tank, and if it was did you filter it before putting it in the new tank? Could be sludge stirred up during the transfer. Did...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: dust, black granite, c company
black granite, c company, gmail: There are several types of room air filters that seem to work quite well. Just shop around for them. You can also consider installing a good filter system on the air unit. Just ask your local a/c company for that. Good luck Craig achelpguy@gmail.co...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: E.F.M. PK750 4238 Unit, air mixture, rule of thumb
air mixture, rule of thumb, rough rule: i think i have already answered this question however try new nozzle, 100psi for kerosene 180 for gas oil, and air mixture to ensure abt 12% co2 and co no more than 50ppm. you wiull need an anayliser to acheve thes figures but a very rough rule of thumb...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Education and Training for Refrigeration & HVAC, refrigeration mechanic, mechanical abilities
refrigeration mechanic, mechanical abilities, classroom study: Hello Scott. I hope you enjoy this field, I actually stumbled on this, doing it as a side line as a favor to a relative who has his own business. I was operating a janitorial service at the time and eventually closed the business and went into this field full...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Efficiency, cold air return, bedroom doors
cold air return, bedroom doors, air circulation: AS far as looking out for expenses goes...I would stay away from relocating the unit into a hallway. It is the old style of HVAC distribution and the attic is the best location for the placement. I can suggest replacing the system, in place, and installing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Efficiency of System, bedroom doors, good housekeeping
bedroom doors, good housekeeping, open doors: If you trap the air withing the rooms, it effects the designed airflow and you have all of the air keeping rooms cool and nothing else. It is a hard question, though, because you will notice it when it changes the environment indoors. Until then, I honestly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Efficiency, seer unit, payback period
seer unit, payback period, solar screens: David, To look at a 15 year plan to cut energy consumption, I would recommend that you consider: 1. Insulation - upgrade where you can. 2. Windows - make sure yours are energy efficient and use solar screens if you have solar gain. Blocking or reducing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER, electric clothes dryer, limit thermostat
electric clothes dryer, limit thermostat, heating coils: Hello Stephen, Where there is sparks there is a burn mark. Check a little closer and let me know what you find. Did you remove the drum from the unit and look at the heating element visually? If they are shorted to the element housing, it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Elecrtic furnance not working, heat strips, fan work
heat strips, fan work, slim chance: The control/relay that turns the heat on is bad, the heat strips are burned up and will have to be replaced, or the high temp safety has tripped and needs reset/replaced. There is a real slim chance that the t-stat is bad. Unless you are comfortable with...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Baseboard Heaters, electric baseboard heaters, electric baseboard heat
electric baseboard heaters, electric baseboard heat, installing duct work: Ellen, I don t know what your utility company charges for utility s, They all have different rates depending on supply and demand. Where I live it costs four to five times more to heat with electricity then it dose with natural gas. A house that cost $50...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric A/C unit, temperature measurements, hot afternoon
temperature measurements, hot afternoon, c unit: Hello Janine, Yes the system should shut off when room temp reaches thermostat set point. As far as the on and off times, that depends on the load. On a really hot afternoon the off time will be shorter and on time longer. This is not a good way to tell if...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric central forced-air heating, electric furnace, little knowledge
electric furnace, little knowledge, blowers: James, Most all of my expertise was derived in Colorado where it was five times cheaper to heat with natural gas then electric. Needless to say I have little knowledge about the longevity of an electric furnace. The components are basically the same as far...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric clothes dryer, electric clothes dryer, heater coils
electric clothes dryer, heater coils, campion: If the dryer tripped the breaker as soon as your started it, I would be looking at the dryer. Since it takes some time, it s not a direct short and I would be looking at the breaker. If you need further assistance, we are here..... Waiting to hear from...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Dryer brands, whirlpool duet, laundry products
whirlpool duet, laundry products, electric dryer: Whirlpool, which also makes Roper, Estate and Kitchenaid. The one that says Whirlpool on the console is the most value for the money. Estate and Roper are their low end units and Kitchenaid is their high end. Maytag has serious issues with their laundry...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Dryer, electric stoves, amp breaker
electric stoves, amp breaker, wall ovens: Basically the dryer only requires a double 30 amp breaker and a 30 amp cord. If you change this to a 50 amp...which is for a range, you will not have the safety features within the breaker. A fire could start before the breaker would trip since maximum draw...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric dryer., heating coil, electric dryer
heating coil, electric dryer, pigtail: You won t get continuity on that other terminal until it reaches it temperature. Check the thermostat with only two wires on it that is on the heating can and look in the blower housing for a plastic thermostat with two wires and check it. Did you check...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric dryer, kenmore md, appiances
kenmore md, appiances, electric dryer: The motor is most likely bad, that is why you cannot restart it right away, it has to cool down. Sometimes you can clean up all the lint around the motor and the motor switch and get a little more life. If not, the motor is part number 279827, cost of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric dryer, mail address book, e mail address
mail address book, e mail address, electric dryer: Just rinse it well and you will be fine. Just don t get carried away with the amount you are using. Other products are abrasive and will ruin the coating on the inside of the drum. There are citric cleaners, but I don t think they do much for ink. An...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Furnace - Heat Delayed, electric furnace, furnace heat
electric furnace, furnace heat, temperature sensors: You can still check to see if it is the t-stat. Remove the stat and connect the wires that go to R G and W. When you connect them the heat should come on. If you still have a delay, then the problem is in the unit. If do not have a delay, then it could...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Furnace Problem, furnace black, electric furnace
furnace black, electric furnace, gmail: If everything is wired normally, then the white wire should turn on the heat. If it does not, then you need to check out the unit in the control section of the unit to see where the problem is. If could just be a bad relay, not energizing the heat strips....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric - forced air - BUT NOT COLD AIR, condensing unit, freon leak
condensing unit, freon leak, campion: Hello Leroy, You could have a freon leak that needs to be found and the unit charged, or you could have a service tap on the system that has leaked over time, but it does not sound like a problem you can fix unless your qualified to tap the system and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric forced air furnace problem, electric forced air furnace, air registers
electric forced air furnace, air registers, indoor coil: Josie, Is it the actual heat that keeps turning back on and off or is it just the fan? If it is just the fan, there is probably some kind of problem with a sequencer or other relay. If it is the actual heat then there is most likely a problem with air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric fuses in TV's, electric fuses, electronics shop
electric fuses, electronics shop, chasis: I would not advise it, why don t you just go to the local electronics shop and purchase the correct amperage and voltage. Secondly, there is a reason the fuse blew, they normally don t go bad on their own, they are there to shut the unit down to prevent...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Heat Pump - Furnance, heat strip, heat pumps
heat strip, heat pumps, condensing unit: Rebecca, Heat pumps are Air Conditioner condensing units that cool when the thermostat is in the cooling mode. When you switch to the heating mode the Air Conditioner condensing unit reverses it s flow and the coil in your inside air handler heats instead...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Heat Pump vs Oil fired furnace, oil fired furnace, efficiency level
oil fired furnace, efficiency level, source unit: I have a link here: http://www.opm.state.ct.us/pdpd2/energy/flows94.htm here is what I came up with... 1 gal #2 oil (diesel fuel) is 138,690 BTUs 1 kw is 3,411 btu s 1 gal of oil = 40kw You will have to determine how many kw the heatpump will use...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Heat, baseboard heater, heating elements
baseboard heater, heating elements, heating element: most electrical heating elements are of the metal encased type or infra red low temperature any decent electrical contractor should be able to source these for you you probably will find a store that specialises in elements only and they should be able...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Heating, electric furnace, heat strip
electric furnace, heat strip, ac works: Nichele, Set up means what have you got heating your house? Is it an electric furnace, Is it a heat pump, Is it a heat pump with an optional electric heat strip, Is it an air handler with an electric heat strip, Is it a split system or is it self contained,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Oil Furnace Purchase, electric baseboard heating, oil filled radiator
electric baseboard heating, oil filled radiator, oil furnace: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Oven Temp Control, heating elements, customer hotline
heating elements, customer hotline, degree mark: Hello Mark, This is a story that could go on for a long time. Bottom line is gas is much easier to control and maintain temperature. If you had gas in the past, I can see you concerns. Bottom line is with electric calrod heating elements, once...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric oven problem...., convection oven, voltage service
convection oven, voltage service, loose connection: Hello Vaughan, I would definately have the wiring changed. Before trying to figure out something might be wrong, this could potentially be the culprit and may have even caused problems once the conversion is complete to surface. Who knows,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric ovne won't heat up, wall oven, cooktop
wall oven, cooktop, electric oven: Is this a wall oven or range with a cooktop also? If a cooktop also, does the top burners get red? When you turn the unit to broil, does the upper element get red? If this is just a wall oven, are you sure you have a full 220 volts going to this unit....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range, ge electric range, pictorial views
ge electric range, pictorial views, number id: Hello LaHugh, In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range burner, westinghouse electric, dean
westinghouse electric, dean, element: Dean, Either the switch itself is bad, or the block that the burner plugs into is bad. Check for burnt connections on the inside of the burner block. If it s burnt or worn, then replace. Usually, if the switch fails, it will just stay on high , but I have...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range noise, youy, erc
youy, erc, mail: Just emailed youy via regular mail....Thank You for your request, Eric Good job on the light. I am at home now and won t get to see the fax until tomorrow morning, a picture could not hurt, I am still thinking a failing relay, but I could be very wrong,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range Repair, tv repairman, variable resistor
tv repairman, variable resistor, ge mark: If this is all it takes for your girlfriend approval, wait till you tell her you can fix a TV. I agree it would be next to impossible to have both elements out at once. Typically a range does not have fuses persay, it most likely does have fusible links....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range repair, wedding rehersal, tv repairman
wedding rehersal, tv repairman, variable resistor: Bad timing Larry.....getting ready to go to a wedding rehersal and then an all day wedding tomorrow. It must be an older unit since the model number you provided is not in the electronic look-up...First thing I would check is the clock assembly and make sure...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range Stovetop Burner, left position, electric kitchen
left position, electric kitchen, kitchen range: First thing you want to do it swap the burner in the other 8 inch position and determine if the burner is bad. Get this far and let me know how you made out. Once we figure out what is wrong, I ll supply you with pricing and availability along with the part...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range Stovetop Burner, left position, electric kitchen
left position, electric kitchen, kitchen range: Exchange the burner in the 8 position and tell me if the burner that did not work works now. If so, let me know and I will tell you what to do next. As far as the parts....we sell them and can ship to your door...If you need further assistance, feel free...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Range, internal fuse, indicator light
internal fuse, indicator light, circuit breaker: Rob, about the only thing you can do is get inside where the switchs are and check the wiring. I don t know of any range that has the surface burners on an internal fuse. It sounds like you ve lost one leg of your 220 volts. It may be just a wire came off,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric range, ge electric range, smoke eliminator
ge electric range, smoke eliminator, heating element: Without actually being there to determine where the heat is coming from, you might want to check the smoke eliminator circuit. There is a heating element in there that only is suppose to come on with the oven. It might be shorted and activating while cooking....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric requirements, 10 seer, amp service
10 seer, amp service, tone system: Pat, If you want to get an accurate tonnage sizing for your brothers residence go to www.hvaccomputer.com or call them @ 1888-736-1101 they have a computer based calculation for $49.00 .You may only need 2.5 tons or 2 tons.which would draw less amp. than...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric stove/dryer, electric appliances, electric stove
electric appliances, electric stove, lighter fluid: Hello Marci, Did you have your home debugged recently. I notice when I have the exterminator in they spray around and when the dryer heats or the oven comes on this smell is prominent for a few days. Could this be the problem? Otherwise, you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric Tappen range, oven cavity, clock timer
oven cavity, clock timer, business card size: Hello David, It appears that your unit s clock timer is only used for timed bake and self clean, so temperature is controlled by the thermostat. How far off is the temperature? Up to 50 degrees is acceptable, even for a new range. Is the bake element...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Electric vs Propane and what size, propane furnace, hot water heater
propane furnace, hot water heater, electric furnace: Hi Mary, WOW !! That s a huge heating bill.You would need about 4 -20 kw heating elements. That s an 80 amp draw.That s 19,200 watts at 100% efficiency.( 1 watt= 3.42btu/hr. That compare with the size furnace you have?? But, how about a high efficiency propane...