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09-22-19, 09:16 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, 04:57 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, 12:13 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, 12:01 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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