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A lot of times you can ask generic questions to the tech support agents of the company that produces or sells the object you have an issue with. STAY GENERIC with what you are trying to find out about. Don't get specific with your issue, ask them where to find the information online. Tell them you don't want them to solve your problem, that you have been looking and the information you have found is conflicting. Ask for clarification on where to look for find the infomation yourself. Questions such as, "Where on your website does it address an issue such as mine?" or "for a problem involving >>>??<<< where would one look for the correct information to address the issue?" <BR><BR>Most of the time they will direct you precisely where to go to get what you need and you can fix things without paying for anything out of pocket - no fees for out of or no warranty. Of course it depends on the item having the problem and what the type of issue is.<BR><BR>Never be afraid to ask or try. Nobody is going to send out the phone mafia because you asked a question. They can't take away your birthday and there are no tech ninjas out to kidnap your wallet haha! I always give it a shot before I spend any money on electronic/computer or cell issues, I have yet to pay for any answers!<BR><BR>Good luck!
Any 2 way rocker switch will do..if looks are not an issue(!) otherwise have yo tried any Toyota Yaris switches (from same generic parts 'bin') ..or any Toyota, General Motors/Holden, Nissan, switches...also I have to ask...Are you 110% certain it is the switch? Have you checked the relays and the motor?
You didn't list any specifics about your particular model of dishwasher, so this will be at best a generic reply, but most dishwashers have a separate heating unit for drying and "super clean/sanitary" cycles. If you are experiencing a no-heat situation, chances are this heating element has failed and will have to be replaced.
You didn't buy anything from FixYa.com ... because this is not merchandise site. FixYa.com sells DIY services. Advertisers here do sell merchandise and if you have a problem with that product, you should contact them directly.
Ortherwise, I have no idea what you bought, how long you have had it, nor what, if any, trouble you are having. You posted this question in the free section, so yo are not out any money at this point.
Please post a question if you are having trouble. Mention the make and model and what the trouble is to get assistance.
Question posted under water heaters, but no brand or model number is given. Question asks for product manual. And asks for interpretation of error code.
1) Look on side of water heater for machine information, and then add a comment and include all possible detail for best result, including brand and model number, and approximate age of machine, and whether machine is gas or electric powered. Adding a comment with specific information will tell expert what answer to give, or expert might not be expert in your product and will suggest that new question be re-posted at fixya for another expert.
2) To find a product manual on your own, Google search model number of machine, and add the specific words to search parameter: instruction .pdf For example search for: Rheem Pro40NE2 instruction .pdf
Don't know if this applys to you but if you have purchased anything but Osram or Philips replacement lamp for your DLP tv then this is probably your problem.. The generic is VERY tempting in this recession but in this case generic is poison to your dlp tv... i have a Mitsubishi 60735 and went thru 2 generic bulbs when my tv kept shutting down on it's own and the lights on front would flash, i could cut it back on for 10 minutes then flicker and shut down again ..well since the bulb was new i thought it may be defective so i got is exchanged for another one ... after all of the post i have seen how much repairs were going to cost on dlp sets no matter what the problem was ..i was ready to chunk the tv out the door when the second lamp was doing the same thing.....!! well a last ditch effort to save my tv before i trashed it or taking it apart to dissect it.. was to buy a brandname lamp ... in my case i purchased a Philips ..it cost twice as much =/ ..i could just return it if it didn't work.. well it was the generic lamps that was causing trouble.. the brandname worked perfectly .. i am just glad the generic lamp didn't do any damage to my TV!!! I have done further research on the generic lamps and realized that the damage it could have done was not worth the money i saved when i purchesed it... Generic is a great deal In some cases (household cleaners, etc..) but in this case GET THE NAME BRAND!!!! the only name brands i know of for these lamps are Philips or Osram/Sylvania.. hope this helps others from this headache. Do your research don't by generic lamp replacements, your DLP set cost to much to risk it.
This only works if your device and carrier support tethering and if you have data plan. You need to refer to your operator's manual of your phone and contact your carrier to see if this is possible. There is not a generic solution for this issue and since you didn't provide any specific information on your device or carrier, I can't give you more of a specific answer.
Welcome to FixYa. If there is a sewing machine dealer in your area, I would take the machine in and ask if they have a generic foot pedal. If they do, make sure you can insert it into your machine. If that fails, go to the manufactures website. I've included a link to the page that lists the accessories and parts for their sewing machines. If nothing is listed (your machine is discontinued), don't give up. Call their cust svs department and ask if your machine is compatible with a specific generic foot pedal, or with another brand of machine for which you can buy replacment parts. Just make sure you don't pay more for replacement parts than you would for a new machine:)