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F-02 is usually the drain pump on Maytag and Whirlpools.
I would take the pump apart- it should have three screws that hold it together. It could be that the pump has something really small like a paperclip stopping the impeller. Once you have the pump apart, you can even (carefully) wire the two electrical prongs on the pump to an old electrical cord, (carefully connecting one wire to each prong) and plug it into the wall to see if it runs.
The drain pump works on 120 volts just like the wall outlet, so if it doesn't spin when you plug it into the wall it needs to be replaced.
Also, there should be a technician sheet inside the machine somewhere which might have some helpful troubleshooting tips.
I wouldn't advise taking the motor apart until you have tried a lot of other things first.
Wow what entertainment. Both the poster and the bobint17 don't have a clue how this flashlight works... why answer a question you don't know the answer too? To screw with people? To sound like you know what you're doing?
Anyway, the Gerber TX 3.0 uses a Luxeon 3 LED. There is no bulb. It is not designed as a user replaceable item and unfortunately even someone skilled at soldering and such can't fix the light because the head is permanently attached and not designed to be removed allowing access to the LED assembly. Can the head be removed? Possibly. Will it damage something while trying to remove it with a lot of force? Possibly. Should you try? No. Why? Because the light has a limited lifetime warranty from Gerber. Send it to them and they will fix or replace it!!!
there should be instructions on the cord that you purchased. if not here it is, on your dryer, the 3 prongs are L1-N-L2.. and the green is a ground L1 line 1, L2 line 2, and N nuetral. L1 and L2 dont make a diff. as long as the whie(nuetral) is in middle terminal and the green screws to hte ground screw
dre, sounds like you moved and the dryer electrical outlet is only 3 pronged, This tells me that the dryer will be grounded through the neutral leg. Just hook up the cord and you should be fine. Make sure the white is in the center. Catriver.