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measure the contacts over the 2 coils of the electric field sometimes if there was a faltering powercable the pulsation from the coils was to heavy and then by the field the winding wire can also be broken important by broken wire on electric field , test in all cases always the power cord to stretch test
Hi, Make sure that the camera is set to record to the memory card... often the internal memory will only handle a couple of pictures... If it still shows memory full then a ribbon cable has come loose inside the camers and it is not recognizing the memory or cards...
- try running it without any load to see if it still hums. - if it does, see anything underneath the pulsating disk if there's anything stuck. (like a coin or a pin) - if it doesn't, You can also try removing the belt between the motor and the pulsator to isolate if it's a defect in the motor or the pulsator. After that, If the motor is defective, then you'd have to replace that or repair it if you know how to. If the pulsator is defective, check again if there's something stuck in the bushings. If you've used the washing machine for quite a long time, you may need to replace the bushings and bearings of the pulsator. You can also buy an assembly unit for the pulsator if there's one available in your area.
If your tub spout has a knob that you lift to divert the water to the waterpic then replace it with a Delta service part #RP17453 pull down spout. It always sends 100% of the water to the shower head and will always snug tight to the wall.
This sounds like an internal leak. If you are handy enough here is a schematic. On B@ it could be #25 is sticking or the valve inside #8 is leaking or the water seals #18 need replacing or #1 is leaking
most likeley the front calipers are hanging up and heated up the rotors warping them. the cheapest way out is jack up each side of the van and spin each tire while someone slightly presses the brake to find out what wheel has a pulsation hesitation. then pull that brake caliper off and clean and re grease the gliders that alow it to slide back and forth and cut that 1 rotor. most likeley you will need to do this to both sides and replace the pads plus check the caliper pistons that they move freely. so to sum it up you might need a complete brake job.
If the light is not on it may not be the ABS that is pulsating on slow braking but it may be that your have warped brake rotors, even if the rotors were replaced with the pads the new ones may be warped already, we always check new rotors on a brake lathe before installing them because we have seen this happen many times