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You can call any GM dealer with your Serial/VIN number of the car and they can tell you what engine you have. There is also a emissions sticker under the hood that gives the engine size. You have 2 choices the 3.5 Liter V6 or the 3.9 Liter V6.
OK, now replacement of major appliances in your home should be left to someone
that you don't even know. Why should I recommend Whirlpool replacement
appliances. This is your decision.
It depend on what you want in appliances; such as, top quality, the most
expensive, mid level appliances, and many other factors involved in your choices
of replacement appliance.
Mrs Alecia William you need to talk it over with your husband and friends, do
your research on appliances on the internet. Just remember this....Everybody
will give advise on what appliances to buy but the final decision will be left
you and your husband. I could recommend different types of appliances, but who
am I! Please do your research. All I can recommend is BUY AMERICA. And
yes, United States does make all the appliance that you have mentioned. GB
It looks like you have two arrays here. The first one being a mirrored RAID array and has only one disk. This means that the other disk has failed in some sort. This does not mean that the drive is bad, just the RAID failed for some reason. You will need to rebuild the RAID if you want to maintain the same level of redundancy.
You can just attempt a rebuild the RAID to the same drives but if this fails you will want to replace the bad drive. In order to do this you will need to make sure you can tell which drive is which. You do not want to mirror the bad drive to the good one.
If attempting a rebuild to the existing drive does not work or is not an option (because the failed drive could really be bad), you will need to determine which physical drive needs to be replaced. You may be able to hot-swap the drive but if you can power things down, that is always safest. Once the new drive is installed, you can rebuild to it and all should be well after that.
In most cases look on the model number tag, the one with the serial number on it and in most cases it will tell you what amperage breaker you should run it off of. It could be a 30 amp 40 amp or 50 amp 220 breaker.