Question about Exercise & Fitness
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My microwave was totally dead. Things I discovered: 1) There is an easily replacable fuse accessed by taking off the top front vent cover (two screws on top, gently massage off) and then the inside plastic grill. UNPLUG before doing this! 2) Pop off two wires on either end of fuse holder for safety. Then pop out fuse and replace. For more extensive help, there is an evelope with a wiring diagram inside the case on the inside wall! Very helpful when diagnosing the surface lamp problem (I forgot to plug the ballast back in when I closed up the bottom).
Posted on May 15, 2008
Take off the back panel of the dryer and look at the motor and belt turning the drum. There may be something caught on the drum and is pinned in place causing the noise. The motor could be loose on the platform and needs to be tightened. It is probably something physical and seen causing the noise.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
No longer "ultra quiet" huh?
A sound during certain cycles indicates a broken part. By the information provided sounds like a pump may be the problem. You may need to contact a service tech about this issue. If the appliance still under warranty, the service should be provided for free.
Every time when you hear noises (other than the normal ones) in the appliance, it indicates there is something wrong and it will worsen over time, so as soon you hear something is not ok, get assistance.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
Check to see what is working or running when it is making the buzz...is it when the water is coming in ...then it would be the soleniod coil on the fill valve...
if it is when it is washing, then it would be the motor going bad...
if it is when it is draining, then it could be the pump if you have a separate one or it could be a soleniod that directs a flapper to run the water out...
lots of possibilities...
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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