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GE profile dryer,Runs fine but no heat


need to have the heat element checked with a multimeter and visually if u can and look for burns and corrosion and breaking of the wire connections. Also have the thermostats checked, Im assuming its electric and not gas? the thermal cut off may be bad and the hi-lo thermostat, these can shut heat off from the dryer. Ive replaced the element on my G.E profile and it wasn't all that hard rather simple.

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My 1996 volvo 960 is over heating after i replaced the thermostat. What else could be causing this


check which way you put the thermostat in. The body of the thermostat has to face the water (in head or block) for the heated water to make it work. In the wrong way and it blocks off the water flow and the care will over heat.

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Not heating water


Check to make sure you have 220 Volts to the top of the upper thermostat. Also, if there is a reset, it is going to be a red button on the upper thermostat. Google electric water heater thermostat and you will get plenty of visuals on how they are positioned & wired. With no power (end the wires pulled off the elements), Ohm out the elements which should read under 20 ohms. This will prove that your elements are good. The only other electrical to go wrong is the thermostats.

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RTH6580WF how do i reset to factory default?


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After changing thermostat, car is running to cold


Did you install the thermostat in the same direction as it came from Factory? Did you used a new rubber gasket on the thermostat?

Can you Test the thermostat in a pan of hot w?ter, to visually verify that it opens as intended (at 195°F)?


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Screen of my cam (Sanyo Xacti VPC A5) has lost its visual after fell down from table..


Cameras do not fair very well from even slight impacts, it will need to be looked at by repair shop.

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Dryer gets severely hot on top and rear of machine,is this normal?


Reasons for overheating can include:
1. Shorted heater coil
2. Bad operating thermostat
3. Worn drum seals (felt seals in back & front)


Use a multimeter to check the coil and thermostat for continuity
Visually check the felt drum seals

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Hi my son's 92 Honda LX smelled bad this morning like the engine was overheating Son dumped water into resevoir and drove car back home. The engine was steaming. After letting it cool. Visual inspection...


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