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Sears electrolux range model C970-440984 Oven is heating making loud noise, thinking it's the fan and motor....do i need to replace, looking at manual looks like i can do this myself, unit was made in

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SOURCE: Very loud clicking noise from my LG LSC26905TT refridgerator

first you have to remove all shelves in the freezer,then remove all screws in the interior rear panel. In some cases you'll have to remove a couple of shelf tabe located on the side wall. Once tha panel is removed,the fan will be in plain sight. The blade is usually aboue 4-5 inches in diameter and is attached to a small motor with 2 wires and a green grounding wire. Note: you might want to check why it's making noise. Is there ice built up around the blades?Are you getting too much moisture entering the box thru faulty door gaskets?

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SOURCE: The dryer makes a loud noise when running. It

Could be the one of the 4 drum rollers, Idler pulley or belt.
I usually replace them all at once for long term reliability.

Posted on Jan 20, 2010

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SOURCE: LG WD-8050FH LOUD noice when spinning & 'funny' burning smell!!

I had the same symptoms and almost dismantled the whole machine to locate the root of the cause. The issue was one of the 3 arms of the spider (like a 3 spoked wheel that connects to the rear of the drum and holds it in place and provides the drive shaft to through to the motor at the rear), had snapped after weakening from corrosion due to undissolved washing powder building up in the grooves.
To prevent this, do a hot wash every few weeks to dissolve the powder, don't think your saving the environment by using only cold washes, this should be in every washing machine manual to save the environment from waste from un-economically repairable appliances.
The burning smell was the unbalanced drum leaning heavily on the rubber shroud on the front between the drum and the outer casing. The replacement spider part was only about AU$60-80.

To check if this is the problem you may be able to tell by opening the door, and reaching in from the front with your palm up about a hand distance till you go past the rubber shroud and just touch the stainless steel drum. Grip it gently with your four fingers and pull towards the front (to you) about 1cm or two, with about as much force you would need to open the machine's door. Rotate the drum approx one third of a rotation and repeat, do this 3 times and you should feel one point give more than the others.
If no luck try again in sixths of a rotation, you can gauge the distance by the 3 plastic agitators attached on the inside wall of the drum.

Note: get a price on labour first to replace the spider, as this will be probably more than half way to a new machine, and then the cost of the part, and the call-out fee if you can't get it into a service centre.

What's the point of having a long lasting stainless steel drum when the key part that connects the drum to the motor is a weak cast iron / alloy part.
Ask your local service person what units have quality parts before buying a new machine.

ps: the loud noise is probably the cracked arm rubbing or the unbalanced drum hitting the sides and making the machine jump.

Hope this all helps!

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I have an LG DLE3777W

drum rollers/glides:

http://www.partselect.com/dryer+dryer-tears-clothes+repair.htm

I don't know how quickly you need the parts, but on eBay they are cheaper:

http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=dryer+drum+rollers+&_sacat=0&_odkw=dryer+drum+rollers+and+glides&_osacat=0&_trksid=p3286.c0.m270.l1313

Hope this Helped Tim

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SOURCE: Sears botched repair on my LG washer (Model

If a LG washer hums look into a part called a HALL SENSER it is a small part that go's in the motor at the rear of unit they are known to go and the humming is the give away ..If this helped please vote if you need more help please feel free to contact me..czerney@msn.com

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Good Afternoon Friend,

I understand you are hearing a loud fan noise in your Electrolux range, model# EI30ES55JS. Typically, a fan will be running if the oven or cooktop area is on. This is to help keep the electronics cool so they do not become damaged. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.

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If the microwave is loud or noisy the stirrer motor might be worn out. The stirrer is a metal blade which slowly turns around, deflecting the microwave energy in a random pattern inside the microwave oven. As the motor nears the end of its useful life it begins to make grinding noises. The microwave will not heat food evenly without this stirrer, the motor should be replaced.

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Turntable Motor If the microwave is loud or noisy the turntable motor might be worn out. This is a common problem and relatively easy to replace.
Stirrer Motor If the microwave is loud or noisy the stirrer motor might be worn out. The stirrer is a metal blade which slowly turns around, deflecting the microwave energy in a random pattern inside the microwave oven. As the motor nears the end of its useful life it begins to make grinding noises. The microwave will not heat food evenly without this stirrer, the motor should be replaced.

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2, If your ELECTROLUXfan oven is getting warm but takes a very long time to cook or is burning thefood more on one side than the other, then you need to check if your oven fan motor isworking you will see the blade turning fast if it is ok. if the element isheating but the fan motor is notblowing the heat into the oven then you need To replace the oven fan motor is alittle more expensive and a bit more involved.
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