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If it is an older mechanical machine, 1-2 drops oil (ONLY fresh, good quality sewing machine oil) applied every place where metal rubs against metal. AVOID belts, plastic gears, CAMS. Slowly hand-rotate or wiggle the handwheel, watch where metal parts move against each other and apply a couple drops. Be sure to get the top mechanism, the side mechanism where the needlebar is located, and under the sewing surface, ie the feed dogs area. Also, move levers and dials and apply a couple drops where metal rubs metal.
see this causes and fix it. God bless you Washer does not drain Again, depending on the brand,
different parts should be checked. 1st check the lid switch. If you
hear the machine trying to work but no water seems to be draining, you
might have something stuck in your drain pump. You need to check the
drain pump. Whirlpool & Kenmore direct drive systems use a
mechanical pump attached to the front of the motor. Most other newer
models use an electric drain pump except for some of the older
Frigidaires, Maytags, Amanas, & Admirals, they have a belt driven
pump. Check for clogs & belt conditions on these models.
1996 DODGE STRATUS 2.4L 2429cc 148cid L4 MFI (X) [EDZ] DOHC : Heat & Air Conditioning : A/C Compressor Bypass PulleyWiki
DORMAN Part # 34227
This was found at rockauto.com. this will take the place of the AC compressor and allow the use of the original serpentine belt.
Take it to another shop and have them do a compression check. If the compression is low, you have found the problem. If the compression is the same as the other cylinders, trade the fuel injector at that cylinder with another cylinder and see if the problem moves. If the problem moves (misfire code in different hole), the injector is bad. If the problem didn't move, and the compression is fine, then you have a vacuum leak on the intake runner to that cylinder, possibly the intake gasket. Print this and give it to your new mechanic.
at leas 15 yrs old??? think it's done its time, its a great machine andwould reccomend replacing with a whirlpool/kenmore unit again.no tworth servicing in my opinion, average call here in new york 150-225, anbd those are for simple issues. id rather put money into new unit! bit be sure to check your venting id say 85% of dryers taking too long to dry are vent related issues