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This is both a courtesy and safety issue on many high end vehicles. The light from the interior lights can cast enough light to get to front door and possibly show dangers in your path. And after first getting into you car and starting it, you can check the back seat for any unwanted hitchhikers. As for the 10 minute timer, I don't know if this can be adjusted. A Chiltons/Haynes repair manual for you car may have that answer, or, the Buick dealership shop foreman. Best of luck.
Hate to say it, but that could be anything. I would start by emptying the fridge, shelves, drawers and all and seeing if it closes. 9 times out of 10 I see something obstructing it. If that doesn't doo it, then the door closer may be bad. They have 2 styles on this unit depending on age. either 2 white plastic cams that can break and "squish" out from between the 2 halves of the bottom hinge, or a closer arm that has lost it's tension and needs to be replaced. That would be rare, but it can happen. I have also seen one instance where the pair of switches at the bottom of the door have gotten so hard to push in, that they hold the door open. push those in by hand and make sure they don't resist too much. The other thing that can cause this is a sagging door. the lower hinge can bend or sag and the whole door droops then doesn't allow it to line up correctly with the box. look for signs of that too. Hope this helps.
The issue may lie with the door latch; a door switch is used to start and stop your dishwasher. It's a safety feature that won't allow water to flow with the door open. With a faulty door switch, there is a chance your dishwasher won't start at all. Dishwasher door switches are about an inch long. They are usually black but can be red. There are metal prongs on the body of the switch called terminals. Some door switches have two terminals and some have three. If your door switch is OK, check the timer assembly. This controls when and how long power is sent to other controls on your dishwasher. If these controls don't receive power, they won't work. The timer assembly contains a motor. Check this motor as well. It is often cheaper just to replace the timer motor rather than the complete assembly. My last suggestion is to check the cycle selector switches. These switches indicate cycles for washing, drying, and setting the temperature of the water. If one of your switches is the problem your dishwasher may not start. Dishwasher cycle selector switches tell the timer which cycle to run by opening and closing electrical circuits. Most selector switches are six to eight inches long. They are usually black and have terminals. By testing each one of these parts with an ohmmeter you should be able to determine why your dishwasher is not working. It is possible for other parts to fail but these are the most common parts to check. If any proves to be ineffective, I strongly suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately.
TRY THIS PART num. 0166110 for both. is the same part. DEPENDS IN YOUR SERIAL NUM. MAKE SURE TO HAVE THE COMPLETE MOD. NUM AND SERIAL NUM. WHEN ORDER YOUR PARTS..... good luck. LEAVE YOUR COMENT IF IT WAS GOOD FOR YOU.... THANKS
This is a problem with freezers that have their drain outlet blocked.
Clean the doorseals anyway with a warm cloth and soapy water, then remove inner drawers. There should be an access panel at the rear to remove, and this will reveal the cooling coils and the drain at the bottom of these. You will need a short length of wire to clear the pipe. Make sure power is off while you do this.
hmm... it's possible your freon pressure is low. i would check the thermostat first though. if lowering the thermostat has an effect then it's just getting week. you will have to get a new thermostat eventually but i would leave it untill it fails. if the fridge is running continuously and just cannot get any colder you definately need more freon. i would check for leaks too. since it's a built in i would recomend that you have a tech do this.
Congratulations on being able to install one of these beasts. You may have a gasket dragging on the hinge side of the door. Apply some petroleum jelly to this side of the gasket so that it doesn't hang up on the ref cavity. Make sure that all your screws are screwed all the way in. There are no adjustments. Use a blow dryer to heat gasket to get any wrinkles out. careful not to scorch the gasket.
There are two door switches one for fan and the other for the lights. With the compressor running, there are two so yu need to make sure it is the refrigerator and not the freezer, open the door and press the right switch and listen for a fan. The left should be your light switch and the problem is generally in the switch, on rare occasions there is a failure of bi-metal safety switch part number 4200850. One very rare occasions you may have a wiring proble.If you go to www.subzero.com there is a showroom locator tab on the top right corner, click it and you will go to a locator page which will get you to your local parts didtributor.