That makes sense.
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Hi Bob, Can't decide which to purchase.Which unit do you think would give me more "bang" for my buck? Thanks, Larry
It would almost be easier to install a seperate faucet just for the filtered water. I know Moen makes a filtered faucet like that. It has one hand...
OK have you verified that the lid switch at least makes that click sound when you put the cover down? it's on the right hand side and there is a...
try the other red wire on the switch. if not then it must be blown. if you get a new one don't get a 3 way this time, get one that only has 2 w...
from the switch box connect the new dimmer black to the black of the kitchen switch along with the other wires that are already in that group. new...
you already cleaned the exhaust pipe right? 1 take out the lint filter and remove those 2 screws. 2 the top swings up after you release 2 clip...
they have vent like that made for a furnace it's stronger than the flexible type for dryers.(which i would not use on a dryer because of the lint f...
the top swings up after you release 2 clips with a putty knife from the front. then 2 screws and the front panel lifts up and off.
this was a perfect example as to why a homeowner shouldn't be afraid to open up an appliance. LOL
try unplugging unit for 15 minutes for starters then plug it back in and see what happens. XL44 is not the model number. post the complete mode...
it was my understanding that as long as the unit isn't connected to the power grid then a grounding rod is not necessary. the frame of the generat...
it should show some resistance not necessarily enough to make the beeper sound and not infinative. but not zero ohms either.
you should get at least some kind of reading across that gas valve coil. how about across the new igniter ?
first thing would be to check the lid switch for electrical continuity. on that particular washer the connector for the lid switch is under the co...
just because the switch clicks when you close the lid doesn't necesarily mean that electrical contact has been made. try this first:when it gets...