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Cual es el codigo de control de la universal general electric 24991, para un tv TECNOMASTER


Cuales es el c?digo de mi control general el?ctrico ge24991 para sony Brav?a de 42

Mar 30, 2015 | General Electric Televison & Video

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Looking for upc code for circuit breaker thql 100 amp or the e a n code


The General Electric THQL two pole 100 amp double breaker?

http://www.azpartsmaster.com/Products/Circuit-Breaker----GE-THQL-100-Amp-DP__BKRTHQL21100.aspx

It's coded HACR.
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration equipment.
Means it can be used with electric motors. Electric motors draw a surge of electricity to start.

The UPC code will be for THAT style of breaker, and THAT manufacturer who made it.
Same with the EAN.
It will be on the breaker.

Let's use the Connecticut General Electric THQL 21100 100amp 2-pole breaker for an example;

http://www.plumbersurplus.com/Prod/Connecticut-Electric-THQL21100-100-Amp-2-Pole-General-Electric-Thick-Series-Plug-In-Circuit-Breaker/159077/Cat/1478

Here you see it's UPC is 094925005165

If you are trying to purchase, or guide someone remote from you, in buying a breaker that will fit their service panel, find out what service panel it is.
The Model Number.

This will tell you, or a representative that sells breakers, what General Electric style of breaker that is needed.
Or state it in a Comment, and I'll look it up.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Oct 25, 2011 | Electrical Supplies

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My ge gas dryer glides I suspect are bad model # NVL333GY0WW but I dont know how to remove front panel there are no screws only door hing screws how do I remove it?


http://www.appliance-parts-warehouse.com/general-electric-parts/General-Electric-Dryer-Parts/General-Electric-Parts-NVL333GY0WW/General-Electric-Parts-58994.cfm
Shows a picture of the lid of your dryer. #7are the clips that hold the lid down. Locate them then use a flathead screwdriver to release them.

Oct 25, 2009 | GE Dryers

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