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We have a model F-18 sn 9901807 but no manual to know how many minutes it takes per load & wether it recycles rinse water for the nextwash etc.Can you help?

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  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2010

    MNfisherman,thanks for the info on accessing the tech manual on the dishwasher . Is there an operators manual also that would give me specifics on making it work efficiently?

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Www.jet-tech.com/products/F-18DP/f18_tech_manual.pdf
Hi, above, I have found you a user manual, all is explained in there please download it and it will tell you what you wish to know... Hope this helps. :)

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Www.jet-tech.com/products/F-18DP/f18_tech_manual.pdf

Copy and paste that link into your internet address bar or type it in.
That is your manual

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Just had the exact same issue with my F&P it would stay in the drain cycle(without draining). It would show 2 minutes left in the cycle, dropping to 1 minute, but would never complete the cycle.
For some reason the machine would not drain the water from the drum and would continually remain in the drain cycle, spinning the load(back & forth), but not draining the water.
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This is how I sorted the machine: -
1. I turned off & unplugged the machine.
2. I drained the machine manually. Opening the manual drain compartment located at the bottom right of the machine.
a). Firstly drained the majority of the water using the small black hose into a plastic container(ice cream container will be fine). Took a little while as the machine was quite full and I also didn't want to flood the laundry.
b). Once I had drained most of the water I undid the filter plug to drain the remainder of the water, which wasn't too much & was able to mop up with a towel. I gave the filter a good clean, removing as much build up in there(which in actuality was very little lint, gunk, etc. Though I did find a small button & a collar stay wedged in there).
3). I blew very hard into the washing machine drain hose a few times(read this on another forum so thought I'd give it a try!). Use a plastic bag, etc. to cover the hose etc. for hygiene purposes :)
4). I then plugged & turned on the machine. The machine went straight back into the 2 minute drain cycle. It attempted to drain/pump remaining water, however this time machine successfully went through the 2 minute drain cycle. Machine stopped, counted down, click and I was able to open the door.
I put the washing through a rinse setting to see whether the machine would complete cycle. I can happily report that the machine completed the rinse cycle on the washing with no issues. I also put through another load to see if it would complete a full wash cycle, which I can report it happily did so.
This may have just saved me a grand$ :)
Good luck.
cheers
Monkeyboy :^)

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Taylor model c300 service manual


Hello. How old is your Taylor Model C300? If you have had this microwave oven four or more years. If it none functioning then recycle it for the metal and other materials. Now the price of copper is $3.25 per/lb, brass 1.85 per/lb, nickel has gone up. stainless steel. Almost everything in your microwave is recyclable. If you don't fell like take it apart and salvaging the material in it.
Call the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, recycling centers, etc.

If you need service manual search the Internet and used wild cards, such as***-----. example: ***Service Manual Taylor Microwave #C300*** or ***Service-Manual-Taylor-Microwave-C300*** Now, if you use to many -- between words this will make the search engine tighten it search to a point it can find anything. So, try it out, if nothing comes up take out a few dashes out

It almost cost prohibitive to repair microwave oven, TV, DVD, VCR, Cassette players, etc. I don't work on them anymore. By the time I get the parts and I have waited months for parts and my time plus parts it to expensive. GB...stewbison

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LG Washing Machine Model : WD658 When using the function "Rinse & Spin", the timer decreases when rinsing. However, the timer decreases and stops at 9 minutes. This results the machine...


Try setting a lower spin speed. You may have a bulky load which the washer is having a difficult time getting up to the high speed spin you have selected. Also, did you know that on most LG washers, you can do just a spin without a rinse? Just turn the washer power on, then, without selecting a cycle, just push the spin speed selector to select the spin speed desired. This should set the cycle for about a 12 to 14 minutes pump and spin only. Then push start. You can spin that bulky load at the lowest spin, then try it again at the next faster spin if needed, without adding rinse water.

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I have a Whirlpool Gold Utimate Care II washer (model # GSQ9364HQO [not sure if that last figure is a zero or O]; SN CJ 4931194]). The washing machine stops at the end of the wash cycle. I'm left with a...


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Error 4E + timer countdown is delaying


When error message 4E is displayed, you should clean the water hose mesh filter. To do this:

1. Turn off the water source to the washing machine.
2. Unscrew the hose from the back of the washing machine.
3. With a pair of pliers, gently pull out the mesh filter from the end of the hose and rinse it under water until clean. Also clean the inside and outside of the threaded connector.
4. Push the filter back into place.
5. Screw the hose back onto the washing machine.
6. Turn on the faucet and make sure the connections are watertight.


Also, please check the following:
• Make sure the source water faucet is turned on.
• Check the water pressure.

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Manual claims machine has ability to spin out water but there are no options on the control panel


There are different models withing this line by GE. There is one model that have a "Drain & Spin" cycle on the main cycle selection knob, but on the higher end models, you'll need to use the "Rinse & Spin" cycle.

This will add some water to the washer, but the basic cycle will give items a quick rinse and spin.

If you're trying to use just a spin cycle to wring out towels, etc. and you don't have the "Drain & Spin" cycle, (which you shouldn't based on your higher end model #), just use the "Rinse & Spin" cycle and it'll do a nice job of getting out a lot of moisture from your clothes, towels, etc.

I have this same washer in my own home and refreshed my memory by reading my manual (again) to see that this is what you need to do, to spin out stuff.

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No problem, just looking for gal. per minute flow rate


It uses 1.2 gallons for each wash or rinse action in a cycle.  The water only runs until the 1.2 gallons amount is reached and then that water recycles through the pump for the duration of the action.  Start the dishwasher and time how long it takes until the water stops filling (not the entire time of the action).  Divide 1.2 by the number of minutes including seconds as a decimal fraction (i.e. 1 minute and 30 seconds = 1.5 minutes) to get the flow rate in gallons per minute (GPM).

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Water usage per cylce


water usage is about right. top loaders use far more and so does hand washing
only way there would be excessive water usage is if machine were overfilling

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