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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fire on the eye!
yes the switch that controls the element is bad the oven is a natural thing there is no general promblem bad with the range the oven elements are called cal rod elements its a wire with insulation between it and the out side part if the insulation breaks down then the wire shorts out and its like an electric welder and your right its a scary site to see lol the eye is a bad switch just replace the switch and it will be fine the element you took out is still good plug it in where you took the other one out and see
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Its the clutch ,And it sounds like it time for a new washer,the clutch is expensive and washer are cheap try a second hand store that sale scratched or almost new machines
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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If your electric oven is not heating then you probably have a bad heating element in your oven. This is not that hard to fix yourself...
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Posted on Aug 12, 2010
Hello, I will try to point you in a direction from reading the symptoms. What I would like you to do is time the amount of elapsed time between starting the car and when it quits. Your problem may be that a running interval on the Cold start is all the Engine Management stuff you have working in the car. Some of the controls are on a timer.
If there does seem to be a timer involved, then a Repair Manual should state what device takes over after a certain time interval elapses. That part that follows the Cold start sequence would then be the defective part.
Your car could also have a Thermal switch. This would be harder to pinpoint as the base Temperature would be different each time the Weather changes. However, a Repair Manual may indicate that once the car heats up to "X" degrees, a second computer control senses the water or air temperature and takes over the Engine management from there. Then it would be this unknown part that is your problem.
I Service mostly Ford family Brands. But I confess that I once owned a Pontiac and the module went bad similar to your car. It would run for a fixed time period and then die. It would not matter if it was in Park, Neutral, or Drive. After maybe 30 or so seconds it stopped. Would start right back up and run another 30 seconds.
Found out it was a bad Distributor module and that it had a timer. Once the Cold start routine of 30 seconds ended, it stalled. I do not claim to know anything about a Nissan, but a timer and a Temperature sensor would be 2 areas to check. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
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