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Posted By PJmax

The black version is W10811155. Not sure why...

The black version is W10811155.
Not sure why the black version is so much less money. Typically the black is higher.
W10811155 control panel (https://partsdr.com/part/w10811155-control-panel-black)
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Posted By PJmax

Defective keypads is the #1 problem with...

Defective keypads is the #1 problem with Whirlpool series dishwashers. One of my personal pet peeves. At one time you could buy the actual keypad membrane. Now they sell the entire plastic panel with...
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Posted By PJmax

You can either switch the sides they are mounted...

You can either switch the sides they are mounted on or use Charmin or Bounty sun blockers.
Yes... a short piece of paper towel or toilet paper tube is all that's needed.
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Posted By PJmax

Welcome to the forums. Not sure what the...

Welcome to the forums.

Not sure what the vertical bracket is there for. Doesn't help support the opener bracket.
You could try larger screws but they may not hold well either.

My...
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Posted By XSleeper

Move the bracket 1/2" to the left and drill new...

Move the bracket 1/2" to the left and drill new holes.
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Posted By Dave G.

There are cams on the chain that hit the limit...

There are cams on the chain that hit the limit switches. The one on the right is for open. Yours may have fallen off or may be adjusted wrong. If you look on top of the head you will see the...
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Posted By cheese

The green slime actually works really well. I...

The green slime actually works really well. I think it's better than a tube in that a tube can get punctured and then requires removal and replacement but the slime just fills the new puncture and...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

You need to use strain reliefs where your cable &...

You need to use strain reliefs where your cable & wires pass through the sharp sheet metal enclosure. They are cheap and easy to install and will prevent the wires from being cut by the sharp metal.
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Posted By XSleeper

The best bit to use is not a spade bit, but an...

The best bit to use is not a spade bit, but an auger bit. It has a thread on the front that pulls the bit through the wood so that you don't have to push so hard. A spade bit would work, and is the...
04-13-20, 05:48 PM
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

This is not true. As long as the insulation...

This is not true. As long as the insulation rating is higher than the voltage of all the conductors, they can be run in the same raceway.

Example: https://www.encorewire.com/products/mc-led.html
04-08-20, 10:53 AM
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Posted By sky jumper

RobDude - I saw your other thread about your Iron...

RobDude - I saw your other thread about your Iron Filter. In that thread you said your system seemed to work, and you were curious about periodic maintenance of the Fe filter... I take it by this...
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Posted By PJmax

Welcome to the forums. Make sure there are...

Welcome to the forums.

Make sure there are no LED bulbs near the receiver unit.
The driver circuit in LED bulbs is very noisy and can mask the remote signal.

Try turning off any in the house...
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Posted By cheese

The carb needs cleaning. There may be a small...

The carb needs cleaning. There may be a small brass jet screwed into the side of the carb. It may have a plastic cap over it that needs to be plucked out. Depends on which carb it has. There is a...
09-22-19, 10:16 AM
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Posted By PJmax

The most common pull sizes...

The most common pull sizes are....................
3”
4”
96mm = 3.77" (roughly 3-3/4")
128mm = 5"
160mm = 6-1/4"
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Posted By dumb01

Genie Safety issue

Thank You all for your replies, you were correct, I had the chain and trolley on backwards, all fixed now, working safely. Thank You again.
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Posted By aka pedro

Thank you Doorman. I learned something today. And...

Thank you Doorman. I learned something today. And now I know where the phrase "assume makes a you know what out of you and me" comes from; someone must have come up with it just for me!
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Posted By aubinp

Fixed

So i called another vendor to give me an estimate on a new door and he had some thoughts on a fix. he stated if is did not work he would not charge me. So he proceeded to install a new heavy duty...
05-20-19, 05:57 AM
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Posted By pugsl

Part 15 under buckhead in diagram ...

Part 15 under buckhead in diagram
https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/3rh3yobr57-001268/amana-ned7200tw10-dryers-parts
Just google original part # and first site I came with had it for 5.00$...
05-19-19, 01:13 PM
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Posted By pugsl

All should show continuity. The open one is bad....

All should show continuity. The open one is bad. It is the hi limit thermostat. After you replace it clean the vent to the outside. Can tell you it is partially clogged.
05-15-19, 01:01 AM
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Posted By PJmax

No ...sorry. No one here can answer that...

No ...sorry. No one here can answer that question.
The best place to ask that is on an electronic engineering website.

www.stackexchange.com...
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Posted By CasualJoe

You need to know the wattage, convert wattage to...

You need to know the wattage, convert wattage to kilowatt hours and multiply times the cost of electricity per KWH. For example consider a 100 watt light bulb. 100 watts X 10 hours equals 1000 watt...
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