- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Assuming you had a working machine prior to cleaning it, I would suggest you visit this site to follow instructions for the 27". The procedures are very similar (and nothing currently available specific to 21.5 yet) Understand that the process requires very tedious gentle handling of several cable connections that CAN EASILY BE DAMAGED if you are not extremely careful. I have performed several disassembly procedures on these models and they MUST be done with the proper tools and precise attention to detail. If not you can easily damage the delicate connections. Every screw, fastener, piece of tape, has a specific purpose and any item left out will likely result in a failure. Retrace your steps using the instructional guide (linked to above) and you may yet save the day. good luck and take a deep breath before starting!
It sounds like the only thing you are missing is the circlip to hold the whole lot together. With it de assembled you should see a cut out part on the timer stem that's where the circlip goes when it's all back together
Hey dude i had the same problem n_n. Attach the screws in place and try to screw one by one gently. Soon this pressure will keep the spring tighten (instead your finger's pressure) then it will be easier to reassemble the component. I know you'll fix it n_n.
Good luck. I would myself try to find a general stove schematic and work out how different it is. There may be a few different rated thermostats and elements, but the bulk of the wiring pattern will be similar.
It may have to come a bit of trial and error as well. (also, they disassembled the wiring to clean it? that's thorough!!)
Well, if you could hang on for a few hours, I could ask my husband. I know he had to pull all the little plugs out of everything and basically remember where they go after to put it back together. I know after unhooking everything, and undoing the plug wires, the whole piece slid out and then he was able to disassemble the casing and get to the wheel. Then he just used a lens cleaner cloth to clean everything. Let me know if this helps.