- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
You have an expensive Monogram microwave so you can expect the parts to be expensive also. The outer glass assembly by itself ballpark cost is about $160 and requires a complete dis-assembly of the door to replace since the screws are all inside. Then if you go by the book--- the door should be checked for microwave leakage after the repair which requires a special test meter. They also sell a complete door assembly at around $300 that comes completely assembled. You need to compare that cost against the age of your microwave and possibly a new unit which I think is still available. Either way its not a cheap fix.
There are multiple models that are listed as Odea Go series. Unfortunately the espresso community does not speak highly of these machines because of the low quality parts and assembly processes. The manufacturer for this unit has changed several times.
The repair shops are correct in the fact of it being more costly to replace just the boot. It's not that urgent to replace the axle if the boot just ripped. If you do start hearing popping and clanking sounds while turning corners, then it's time to change that axle since it will start making noises when it's worn.
WTF !!!! Who told you this exactly? All you need to do is replace the bulb at a cost of a few dollars......Job done!...... Do it yourself, it's quite easy. If you have the HID bulbs, then they will be more expensive than ordinary filament bulbs but certainly nowhere near $1500. I'm from the UK so I don't know the prices in the USA.
any gas station with garage or small shop should be able to fix this problem. it is not that big of a job. The part may be expensive thats why the dealer might be charging so much. iv seen electronic/hydraulic fan assemblys for a jeep cherokee i did cost around $600 for the part alone.
I am assuming you replaced your fan by now. However in the future call Gibraltar Industries, they are the ones who manufacture all fans and motors. My attic motor fan also died and I first called Ventamatic and they wanted $65 for a new motor. I then called Gibraltar and they shipped one our for free. 800-527-1924.
The optics assembly is the most expensive part in the player. Typically the laser assembly will cost about $75-$125 for the part. Since most players don't cost this much, it makes no sense to replace the part. Take into account that that is only the part cost. Labor would not be chaep either.
The short answer to your question is yes, if the laser is gone, toss it.