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I had th esame problem with one once. It had sat...

I had th esame problem with one once. It had sat a while. The resevoire became slimey. no real idea why.except maybe just sitting full of water and it got stale and slimey/greasy feeling. But I...
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I would think the first thing to check is the...

I would think the first thing to check is the condensor fan. Do you know that it is clean and working?
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Clean/ replace the resevoir and flush/replace...

Clean/ replace the resevoir and flush/replace line/tubing.
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Glad you fixed it. For anyone reading this, I...

Glad you fixed it. For anyone reading this, I advise to always unplug when checking appliances, unless you are accustomed to checking live power and know what is live! and when! it is live.
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Ditto on the spotty frost pattern. Low...

Ditto on the spotty frost pattern. Low refrigerant or contaminated coils.
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The drain line could still be partially blocked. ...

The drain line could still be partially blocked. Assuming you have the back panel off and have access to the evaperator coil area, flush the drain line with warm water with a turkey baster (...
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Couple of simple things to check would be the...

Couple of simple things to check would be the door seal/seals and check that the light goes off when the door is shut.
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The housing on the motor is the clutch housing on...

The housing on the motor is the clutch housing on older machines. Sounds like the pads are stuck.
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The inlet valve can go bad and let a little water...

The inlet valve can go bad and let a little water seep through. Does it still drip after you thawed the tube? What kind of water lines to you have.

"BTW, the ice-maker has been working fine."...
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Hmm, this dw got a reset switch? Does any of...

Hmm, this dw got a reset switch? Does any of them? Never messed with dw's much. Kind of avoided them.
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Unplug it and remove the thermostat switch. Put...

Unplug it and remove the thermostat switch. Put it in the basement freezer long enough for it tto reach freezing temp. Ohm it for continuity while it is still cold. This switch does not close...
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I would check the defrost timer. It could be in...

I would check the defrost timer. It could be in one of a number of places. Look along the front of the bottom behind the kick plate to start. It iwll have several wires coming out of it and have a...
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No experience with front loaders here, but is...

No experience with front loaders here, but is this near the seal like has been mentioned? Do you wash tennis shoes in it or any thing that might crack the tub? Sounds like blaster is on to...
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If you find the door seal is not the problem, try...

If you find the door seal is not the problem, try having someone place some dry cardboard under the washer. If possible check for wet areas during different cycles to help determine where the water...
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You have already replace the timer, right? If...

You have already replace the timer, right? If so, I would ohm the start switch and motor before I risk the timer. Make a sketch of where the wires attach and remove the switch. Test terminals on...
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Well, I think I understand part of that. Found a...

Well, I think I understand part of that. Found a bad intake capacitor on a tv once by ohming it. Another time I was messing with a tv and found out real quick to not touch the back of the picture...
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Posted By boman47

rca no cold pic

Rca portable lower channels will not play until the unit heats up. What's the deal??? This problem seems to be getting worse.
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Might take the fan motor to a place that reuilds...

Might take the fan motor to a place that reuilds electric motors and have them ohm it for you to see if the windings have gone bad. They may keep a meter under the counter for such situations at no...
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Sounds like a bad connection somewhere. need to...

Sounds like a bad connection somewhere. need to check all connections, timer wires, motor wires, maybe the lid switch, water level control switch, etc for tight fits. Sometimes a wire can break...
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I agree with Dave. I have no idea why the fan is...

I agree with Dave. I have no idea why the fan is running like it is unless the timer has shorted out someway. Makes me wonder if it is trying to defrost and cool at the same time. Nevr ran acrossa...
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By the way, if the lint filter is in the top of...

By the way, if the lint filter is in the top of the dryer, remove the two screws holding the filter cage to the top. If it is in the door area, remove the filter and see if there is a thermostat...
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Got to thinking about this. Have you checked to...

Got to thinking about this. Have you checked to see that you are getting full voltage to the dryer? Do you have breakers or fuses? If fuses, it takes two to supply 220 voltage to the dryer. ...
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Heheh, don't you hate when you take something...

Heheh, don't you hate when you take something apart and springs and who knows what go flying everywhere? Did it have holes/slots and pins/hooks to align the front to the cabinet?
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"We have always had the filter." How long...

"We have always had the filter."

How long have you had this same filter? Inline filters will sometimes clog up with chemicals removed from the water and cause low water pressure from that point...
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Posted By boman47

If that does not work, place you putty knife or...

If that does not work, place you putty knife or something similar about 3 inches from the corners on top under the top of dryer and push in whuile applying upward pressure on the top. Raise top and...
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