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1= change the batteries by new ones 2= clean the contacts cleaners with contacts cleaner 3= resolder the wires contacts batteries 4= retight the spring contacts batteries with pliers for better contacts 5= open the r.control clean the kepayds switch for dirty, oxide, and test for open, bad contacts. 6= try agan, if doesnot work go to the repair shop TV for fix it.
If the brake adjustment is good for awhile but bad after a bit of use it sounds like thsomething is leaking brake fluid or they weren't bled properly to begin with. A GOOD shop would figure this out the by the second time.
Hello jluiken, The motor in the fan is going bad. Unfortunately it will not be cost effective to repair the item as you will be doing an overhaul on the main component. It would be cheaper for you to just purchase a new one. If you leave the fan on for a long period of time you will see that it will become hotter and hotter, which could be a fire hazard so please be careful. Sorry for the bad news.
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either you have something stuck betwwen the two tubs(ie. a sock. ) preventing the tub from free spinning.or there is a clutch mounted on top of the transmission not engaging, as far the agitator not spinning correctly sounds liek the agitaor dawgs are stripped preventing proper agitaing(bottom of agitator works fine but upper portion free spins both ways without resistance?? correct??
sounds like you need a set od AGITATOR DAWGS. part number 80040. located with iin the agitator it self. with the heel of your hand hit the fabric softener sectio off agitator. reach down inside agitator and remove the opaque seal. under there is a 7/16 bolt. this will release the agitator all together, tip it over and hte inner workigs should fall out. the dawgs are small plastic "gears". should be self explanitory at this point . reassemble, and you just saved about $150