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Why does it turn itself off on/off.Thought it was a cooling issue.I unplugged for 2 hours.Tried again and within 15 mins it started turning itself on/off again.


definately sounds like an overheat problem .it might have a cooling fan in it contact the manufacturer thru their website .

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Why is my plymouth mini van transmission slipping? It refused to go into gear after running for half and hour yesterday, I shut it off for a half hour then went in gear and I drove it home ten blocks


The thing that stands out in your complaint is that you were able to let transmission cool down and then shift into gear. That points me to the automatic transmission cooler not functioning due to excessive heat either clogged,leaking,fan not operating, cooling fins packed full of debris all or one could keep fluid from remaining cool enough to operate gears correctly. Hope this points to something obvious for ya

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How to change heater core


THIS A HEAVY JOB, REPLY ME I CAN DO ON YOUR HOME IN FRONT YOU, VERY SHIPPER MY FLAT RATE IS 40.00X HOUR , LET ME KNOW IF IS GOOD PRICE FOR YOU, THIS JOB TAKE 4 HOURS, INCLUDE FLUSH COOLING SYSTEM IN FULL.

Feb 10, 2011 | 1999 Subaru Forester

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Goodman heat pump stopped cooling


yes, but I would try a "hard-start" kit before replacing the compressor itself

Jul 10, 2010 | Goodman CPLE24-1 Air Conditioner

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Used Kenmore freezer won't get cold enough


If it is running but not cooling enough the problem is in the sealed system.

If you started it up just after hauling it home it may have be moved around enough to get oil in the systems smaller tubing causing problems. Unplug the unit for 24 hours and let it sit. Try it again for 24 hours and see if it cools.

If not this means either there is a refrigerant (freon) leak in the system or a restriction causing the refrigerant to not flow properly.

Either one are an expensive repair. and will require a professional to look at.

May 09, 2010 | Kenmore 5 cu. ft. / 142 liter Chest...

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Refrigerator-lights on not cold


If has a electronil controlboard i would say it is faulty.Cheak on warranty.

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