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Thanks for the feedback Rick.

Thanks for the feedback Rick.
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Rick, thanks for the reply and good point about...

Rick, thanks for the reply and good point about the echoing. Hadn't thought about that. There is no audio system in the room, figuring on the HDTV to provide the audio from the other participants but...
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video chatting

I want to mount a camera and mic in a conference room, run both to my server and then use Google + Hangout to link up with other offices and real time video chat. Any ideas if it will work and if so...
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The coils are inside the freezer section. Either...

The coils are inside the freezer section. Either on the back wall inside the freezer or the floor of the freezer section. Unplugging the unit for a day will not defrost the coils. Depending on the...
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Yes, a service tech can measure air flow. Just...

Yes, a service tech can measure air flow. Just because the heating element "glows red" when you start the dryer does not mean the element is staying on, that is cycling like it should. I'm not sure...
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clothes not dry

You said in your post that you cleaned the hose out. Does that mean you have white plastic vent? If so it needs to be replaced. If it is plastic it could be your problem. You say it heats but the...
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wrapped up sheets

What model dryer do you have? Some dryers have a tendency to twist clothes but Maytag has never had a real problem with that. The speed of the drum turning will have an effect on the clothes in the...
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no drain maytag

How old is the machine? Does it spin? A model number would be real helpful. Possibly taking the drain hose out of the stand pipe and laying it on the floor will drain the water out. Might make a mess...
09-08-06, 01:43 AM
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Thanks

Thank you for your prompt replies and I apologize for my late response. The circuit is now grounded and everything works fine. Thanks again.
09-06-06, 04:58 PM
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help with ungrounded outlet

I was running power from an outlet in an old house that was not grounded, just black and white wire to a new outlet. I used 12/2 with ground to the new outlet and used jumpers in the old outlet and...
08-22-06, 06:53 PM
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Thanks Bob for the reply. I Understand- I think....

Thanks Bob for the reply. I Understand- I think. Should be a black wire (hot) coming in connected to the switch and black from the switch going to the ignitor. Hopefully then there will be a neutral...
08-22-06, 04:03 PM
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Posted By rodf

switch to outlet

Hi Panel,
I have a gas fireplace in my finished basement. Beside my fireplace is a bookcase with the switch to light the fireplace. I would like to put an outlet underneath the switch, the switch is...
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Thanks for the reply guys, I will take your...

Thanks for the reply guys, I will take your advice and see if I can identify the fluid and post back.
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bandwidth-high or wide?

Thanks ironhead and classicsat for the response. Just because my brain works this way-is bandwidth measuring the height or width of the sine wave. I may not be using the right terminology but my...
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fluid leak?

Hi folks,
I own a '91 Camry with 110k miles. Recently, while changing, oil I noticed fluid around the right front axle near the wheel. I don't think it's a master cylinder because the car seems to...
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bandwidth

Thanks gentlemen for your response. I'm putting the cables in the wall is why I'm using rg6 instead of component cable. I don't like the idea of rca connections in the wall, I think I would rather...
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Your garage has to be very hot to make your...

Your garage has to be very hot to make your freezer work intermittently. How much do you have in the freezer? Probably that freezer came with a 5 year complete warranty on the sealed system and other...
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Could be gas and if so I would immediately shut...

Could be gas and if so I would immediately shut the gas off to the dryer and not use it until you have the gas company out to make an assesment. My guess is it is not gas but the varnish from the...
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It depends. If the drop in is fairly old the cut...

It depends. If the drop in is fairly old the cut out is probably less than 30". Most newer drop ins have a cut out of 30" or more. If your cut out is 30" all you'll need to do is remove the base and...
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I agree with Mattison. 24 hours. If there is any...

I agree with Mattison. 24 hours. If there is any way I would try to haul the thing standing up. That's the way it's packaged from the factory.
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Do you mean the heating coil "snapped in half" or...

Do you mean the heating coil "snapped in half" or burnt in half? No, there is not enough force from the bottom wash arm to snap the heating element in half. My best guess is if indeed the coil...
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bandwidth capability

A local distributor told me rg6 coax will not carry as much bandwidth as component cable will consequently my picture quality will suffer if I run 3 cables of rg6 instead of component from my a/v...
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side vent

On some dryers the front comes off for access to side vent. Others have a panel on the front 12" or so on the bottom that needs to be removed to gain access. As DaVeBoy says some dryers have rear...
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It sounds to me like your saying you think the...

It sounds to me like your saying you think the problem of excessive water under the crispers is coming from the ice maker over flowing. If that is the case (which would be pretty unusual for water in...
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jerky video

When I click on a video to watch, as an example a news video, the picture of the person talking and the audio don't match and then the audio and video will freeze for a second or two then proceed. I...
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