I agree! They need to pay for the shipping also and get rid of that model! RCA told me that it was being recalled, so why would they send out the same model? Walmart quit selling it (I bought it less than a year ago).
I totally agree with you. It is one thing to be taken care of with a new unit AND new model and quite another to get the very same thing. I have read several posts that others are having the very same problems with the replacement unit. I also asked for reimbursement of the shipping to get the first piece of junk back to them and received nothing.....while it looks like others were send a shipping label for free shipping. I am NOT a happy RCA customer.... Wasn't that RCA of Mexica???
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Know its a year later, but I have the manual, and will look through it if still interested. Just wondering why you would be replacing the handles? I have this refrgerator and it has held up well and really have no problems or complaints,...except for those darn handles! They work perfectly, but the white began to slowly wear off soon after I bought it,...revealing an unsightly beige rubber color. I've even resorted to spray painting the handles,...a very time consuming process, just taping all around them. It would last and look good for a few months,...but then it was back to that beige, rubbery worn off look again. Would love to swap out the handles for some new ones,...just wondering if you are or were having the same complaint with this model's handles
I've got the bloody thing in bits as I write - I had the same problem as you - and it's the switch itself that has blown! From al the carbon in the swithc unit I would say we were luck the thing did not catch fire!
I'm looking for spare parts now to see if I can get a new switch or a complete unit of switches. The problem will be, it is one new switch, or a new board it all requires soldering.
Just to confimr, there is not a seperate fuse for the lights - perhaps there should be.
If they went out completely it is probably the flasher unit. I just had to replace mine. It's on the fuse block on the left end of the dash. It's the big square unit on the bottom left of the fuse block (looks more like a relay than a fuse). Very simple fix, just unplug and plug in a new one. Part was $11.99 at the auto parts store.
pull drum unit out and clean corona wire by sliding blue plastic tab from side to side, making sure you put the tab back on the side that it was. if that doesn't take care of problem, then i would say you need a new drum unit.
Thanks for the information. We sent in our unit and just got a new one back yesterday. Of course the very same model....asked for something else based on so many complaints with this one.
Are you saying that it could be a fire hazard? I am a little afraid to try this new unit, if that is the case. Do you feel a new circuit board would be available? Are you planning on just replacing the board yourself? If it is a fire hazard then perhaps RCA should have a re-call on this unit. Have you informed them about the problem you found? Not really your job to do so, but I am wondering if you did notify them if you got a reply.
Thanks again for your help..... I will keep your email address.
when something is broke you can never break it worse so dig in and look for a stuck button or broken piece of plastic lodged in between the buttons or
you may want to go to: harmony web site and see if your model of a/c is supported these remotes are rather expensive us$129-$499 but much less than replacing the A/C and can control 225,000 devices made by 5000 different manufacturers just about any device under the sun. on the website under device choose home automation then climate control your brand then model number to see if your A/C is there. If you decide to go this route I would reccomend to check all the other devices you have also.