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HOW TO REPLACE THERMAL COUPLER ON HOTPOINT MODEL HG4OTO1AVGO2

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SOURCE: Wall furnace model # SFB50146B Thermal Coupler. Does it have 2 wires?

if the pilot light stays lit, but the burners don't kick on, it's a problem with the thermostat or thermostat wiring, or a problem with the valve inside the gas actuator

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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The Hot Point washing machine has stopped agitating but does spin-what is wrong?


Hello,

The most usualthing wrong when the Hotpoint brand washer doesn't agaitate is a stripped agitater coupler,i don't see a model number in your question so i don't know if yours uses that coupler but its by far the leading thing wrong with that problem.

This youtube video will show ya how to replace that coupler,watch it and take off your agitator to see if that's the problem. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N26MCQKuXn0


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Oct 13, 2011 | Hotpoint Washing Machines

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All cycles on my washing machine work, but machine will not agitate. What are possible solutions to fix the issue? It is a Hotpoint, top load, model # is vvsr1070daww


Hello,

The most probable thing causing it to not agitate is going to be stripped/broken agaitator coupler.
The video will show you to take out the agitator and check for a defective agaitator coupler
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N26MCQKuXn0


GENE

Sep 05, 2011 | Hotpoint VVSR1070D Top Load Washer

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We have a Hot Point washer, model #V1WSR4162G1WW. The agitaor won't spin. I looked on Hot Point web site for help, but it doesn't list our model number. Can you help?


Hello,
Typically the model number on hotpoint is 4 letter first and then a combo of numbers and letters
is should start as VWSR------------
so when i searched without the 1 after the V i found your model and believe the coupler between the agitator and transmission is stripped that is fairly common and fairly easy to repair. This youtube video will show you exactly how to replace that coupler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N26MCQKuXn0 the part number for that coupler kit is WH49X10042 it could be purchased at your local appliance parts store,or on online at;
searspartsdirect.com
apdepot.com
repairclinic.com
assuredparts.com
applianceparspros.com

I hope this will help you be able to repair your washer,
Gene

Aug 06, 2011 | Hotpoint VBXR1090D Top Load Washer

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THE PILOT DOES NOT STAY LIT AND WE HAVE GONE SEVERAL TIMES COULD IT BE THE SENSORS


Sounds like you may have to replace the thermal coupler. check your local hardware store for a replacement for your model.

Dec 02, 2010 | Rheem RTG-74PVN-2 Natural Gas Pronto Whole...

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Pilot will not stay light after holding down button as required, assuming a thermal coupler or transformer? how do i test. had problems in past with corrosion on thermal coupler. unit is on naturalngas


i will say replace the thermocouple since the pilot don't stay on, if you have a milivolts meter you can unplug the thermocuple from gas valve and put you positive leg from the meter and with the negative leg from you meter touch any part of metal you should get bewteen 19 to 35 milivolts if you got below or higger reading, then you need to replace the thermocouple for  sure 

Oct 09, 2009 | Goodman Heating & Cooling

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Need to plastic coupler that holds turn table in place


If you need a replacement turntable coupler, you can find this part listed as item number 942560 at repairclinic.com. Just type in your model number.

To replace, all you need to do is carefully slide something under the existing coupler (if you can) and pry up. The coupler will pull off the motor shaft.

If you cannot access the coupler due to the way it was broken, simply remove the bottom panel UNDER the oven. With the panel removed, locate the small turntable motor and loosen the mounting screws to remove. The coupler should be easily accessible with the motor out of the unit. Make sure you reinstall the turntable motor and bottom panel BEFORE you try to install the new coupler. The coupler needs to be installed from inside the oven cavity by placing it in the opening in the oven floor and pushing straight down onto the motor shaft.

If you have questions, or require additional assistanc, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

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