I'm not sure if this is the kind of "repair" this website was thinking of, but i'll give it a go anyway. ok so my sunbeam is all mashed in the front, and i need a new front panel. does anyone know how or where i can get the replacement parts? its just the front plastic, and not even the whole thing! the main thing that broke is the vent/fan cover and i may be able to salvage it if i get a new one of those. any help is appreciated.
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Hi there. I just repaired mine. The wire connected to left side (as you are looking at the front of the toaster) of the front top heating coil had come off. I replaced all four of the crimps going to each side of each of the top two heating coils as well as the wire going between the front and back coils on the left side. Make sure that you use HIGH TEMP crimps and HIGH TEMP wire. I had the crimps and purchased the wire from a ma and pa repair shop here in my town
I think that those numbers are for the spacing of the feet? I'm not sure what that number is, but anyway you have to push select 3 times and it will save and then the scale will zero out. After that you can push one of the four buttons and program you height/age/gender. I think they really made this scale kind of user difficult.
Hi MITCH, Happy New Year!Somebody at Sunbeam must have been asleep when the mixer passed by on the production line...duh?I hate when that happens.The good news is that you can download a PDF Users Manual from the Sunbeam website. Just click on this link Heritage Series 2353 Mixmaster and look for your M-I-L’s model to about ½-way down the page.Open the file and save it to your PC. I’m not very keen with the way Sunbeam lays out their User’s Manuals. You’ll need to do some editing and repaginating to get it into a format that your M-I-L- can use, but at least you’ll have it.You can send it to her electronically or print just the English pages and mail; your choice. Good Luck.I hope this helps. Howard, Burke, VA If this solution has been helpful, please rate it, thanks! - hslincoln
I don't like to post anything without some kind sort of solution but this one's been tough.
For a list of what seems to be a chronic issue with RCA. I included a list. http://www.netnoise.com/boycott_rca/rcabook2007-8.html
I did come across these two posts, hope it helps.
"well people don't be afraid all you have to do is to change a Horizontal
out put transistor D3402 and that all is common problem I am a tv
technician and already know that this kind of problem is normal good luck"
"It is the front panel on the tv (button panel). I took my friends tv apart and unplugged the button panel from the circuit board
before it turned it's self off and the tv worked fine. It didn't turn
off and on or change channels on it's own. The problem that I found is
that this part is hard to find,online anyway. It can be fixed by a
repair shop, but they will want to charge you 100.00+ dollars to it.
It's simple to take apart and simple to install. The Tv is already
messed up anyway, why not give it a shot if you think you can."
Hi try taking the front face panel off first and see what is obstructing the button and put the panel back on again.If you dont know what to look for behind the panel then its better to take it to a repair shop.
If you can't get a replacement under warranty there is both an T-Mobile G1 Repair Guide and a third party T-Mobile G1 Repair Service, If you try a self-repair make sure you feel comfortable with opening devices that are not meant to be user serviceable.
i don't mean to be too basic, but have you used the slider at the mixer base that moves the bowl so the beater can be at the bowl edge or towards the middle? It works on ours, it's the black pad or button there at the front of the base, just push down and slide it. Maybe they made a cheaper model with no sliding base.