Well,i know what your saying,but that unit has been outside for several years without any problem,when you open the door,theres no suction holding it shut,like the freezer side....or like the fridge side used to have.
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Suction at door is caused by the rapid reduction in air volume after you have had a freezer door open and then close it. The refrigerator door side does not have as pronounced air reduction volume due to less temperature difference.
Test you door gasket seal by closing the door on paper (dollar bill) works fine. If you have resistance when sliding or pulling on the paper you have a good seal. No resistance means your door is not sealing properly.
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It could be that your electric eye has something blocking it and it senses that something is in the way. The eye is usually located about 18" above the floor on one side of the door and points over to a receptor on the other side of the door. Make sure that they are lined up properly, one may have been bumped.
Should be no connection between the two. Those vehicles are always having problems with the radio units in them. You will either have toi get the radio fixed or find a used one at the wrecking yard but then will have to go to the dealer to get the security code done to make it work or get a after market unit. I would say go to a after market unit.
Hi there! If your side by side refrigerator unit is not cooling properly there could be several causes. The damper door, between the two doors, is not functioning properly and not allowing the freezer's cool air to move into the refrigerator's side to cool everything down. You also could have a clogged sealed system line or faulty compressor. Do you hear the unit running as normal? Do you notice any side of the unit, or external area, that is severely warm/hot to touch? Make sure the unit is clear of debris underneath and around any coils or connections outside of the unit. You may want to power cycle the unit by unplugging it or turning the circuit breaker off to it for a few moments. If these steps do not prove to be successful, please contact a professional for further assistance.
This could be caused by an installation problem. The system could be severly overcharged, causing the compressor to load up and can cause a failure. i would start there. Is your intaller qualified to install these systems? (does he know what he is doing?)
I recommend, checking the refrigerant pressures first. You can also check the Polarity of the high voltage in to the outdoor unit. If the compressor is an Inverter Drive compressor, and the polarity is reversed, the compressor can run backwards causing the noise and eventual failure. To correct a polarity problem, simply remove the 2 high voltage wires that feed power to the outdoor unit from the board or contactor. Then reconnect those 2 wires, in the opposite position. (say you take loose from the unit and the Black wire is on the right side, and the white wire is on the left side. Simply swap sides, reconnect the Black wire on the left side, and the White wire on the right side.
I have this problem every year with my car, 1993 buick regal custom, 3.8. What happens is it gets cold, warms up a bit, and ice or snow melts and gets in the door, then it gets cold again and it freezes. I go to unlock and open the door from the outside and this problem arises.
There is a vertical rod on the left side of the drivers side, right side of the passenger side, that gets bent, from trying to open the door when that mechanism is frozen up. Just bend it back, a TINY bit and it will start working.
I got tired of taking my door apart every time it happened so i cut a little "door" in the cover thing, so i can get at that bar.
I also tried coating it in grease and that seems to lessen the frequency.
Was the copier working fine before you changed the cartridge? If so I think your cartridge is the problem. If it started making blank copies right after you changed it. If this is not the case the first thing I would say is it is not the drum. Try opening and closing the right side door. There are contacts in the door that will cause blank copies. I have had several customers do this and it fixed the problem. You can also try pulling out the toner and then pull the drum unit partially out and re-seat it. Then re-install the toner.
On the rear of your motor unit just to the left of all those white wires you will see a small light. If this light is flashing randomly it is normal. If it is flashing rapidly it is an indication of interference or you have keyed your remote. It really sounds like interference and you will have to do some more checking things.
315 mhz is the radio frequency and you cannot change that. In fact if you purchase a new opener you will get that same frequency.
Your opener was made by Chamberlain Mfg. Co. that also makes Liftmaster. That may be where the confusion comes in.
Upon closer inspection I found that the power board had burnt. Weve had several power surges after the ice storm and apparently one weakend the unit. Price for the board (from craftsman) is like 80.00 and not knowing what else may have took a hit I replaced whole unit for 140.00.