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Exactly what I'm thinking. It is clicking as it...

Exactly what I'm thinking. It is clicking as it normally would, sounds fine, etc. Heating elements are fine. Feel like I'm missing something obvious but at this point I have no idea what it could...
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Thanks. If I follow the failure flow in the...

Thanks. If I follow the failure flow in the manual it seems to bring me to the primary board as the last resort step... but I'd hate to just replace that unless I can get some certainty that is the...
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I'm still troubleshooting this and I guess it's...

I'm still troubleshooting this and I guess it's about time to call the repairman. Bummer. I have the new relay board in place and it seems to be working from what I can observe. All elements are...
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Posted By Jegrayum

So, still playing around with it. Something...

So, still playing around with it. Something interesting. I put the old oven relay board back in. Still no heat response for bake/broil HOWEVER I do here the oven relay board click fairly loudly...
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Posted By Jegrayum

No problem. Thanks for the link. Walked through...

No problem. Thanks for the link. Walked through the troubleshooting flow. Everything seems good except possibly the oven sensor. I'm not an electrical expert but on my analogue multi-meter tester...
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Any additional assistance or input? Somewhat...

Any additional assistance or input? Somewhat stumped here. Just wondering if there are other things I should test.
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Posted By Jegrayum

Are you asking about the oven model number? I...

Are you asking about the oven model number? I had included that in my post below. Here it is: Oven model # LRE30453ST /01
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Posted By Jegrayum

Thanks again. A few things... 1. Attached...

Thanks again. A few things...
1. Attached pics of old and new board. Any way to test the new one is actually good?
2. When I tip the old one over I hear a small sound of something moving inside....
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Posted By Jegrayum

Thanks for helping. Here is a picture of...

Thanks for helping.

Here is a picture of back of the old board. Some slight discoloration there also I think. Also attached a portion of that original picture slightly zoomed in (I can take a...
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Posted By Jegrayum

LG oven not heating - electrical issue?

Our oven was heating inconsistently at best. Typically it would start to heat up slowly and then stall. We could not get it to to heat anywhere above 300ish and even then it took forever to get...
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Posted By Jegrayum

LED and Dimmable Switches - flickering and inconsistent on/off

I'm remodeling my basement and am at the point of finally putting bulbs into my recessed light fixtures. It is a basic 20A circuit with 3 way LED dimmable switches. I also bought bulbs that are...
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Posted By Jegrayum

Plumber coming to check it out next Tuesday. ...

Plumber coming to check it out next Tuesday. Let's see what happens! Thanks for everyone's assistance in helping me determine the best course of action. If this were during the summer I would be...
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Thanks for the input. I wish it wasn't so but I...

Thanks for the input. I wish it wasn't so but I agree with your advice/concern. My question... would you recommend this repair ASAP? Just trying to make the $ thing work out. Figures I'm trying...
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Posted By Jegrayum

So, I was able to look around a little more......

So, I was able to look around a little more... both around the boiler as well as research on the web. I'm still trying to learn more about the system and how it works. The only perceived problem...
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Posted By Jegrayum

Thanks, I'll have to check it out further. I...

Thanks, I'll have to check it out further. I don't know of any leaks and the heat seems to be working ok (i.e. the house is staying warm). I haven't done anything with the boiler so I'm not sure...
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Posted By Jegrayum

Troubleshooting - trickling sound and low pressure?

I don't know much beyond the basics but over the last few weeks we started hearing water running through the hot water baseboard heaters. In the past 4 years I've never heard water running through...
02-03-14, 10:13 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Your answer makes perfect sense to me. That's...

Your answer makes perfect sense to me. That's kind of what I was getting at but wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.

Last question (for now). This is similar to another post I had...
02-03-14, 08:43 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Thanks Ray2047. You've been a big help (on my...

Thanks Ray2047. You've been a big help (on my other previous posts as well). I don't plan to do this but for my own knowledge I have a follow-up question. Is it possible to run a 12-3 (or 14-3)...
02-03-14, 07:21 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

14-2 spliced to a 12-3

Is it accpetable to run a 14-2 wire from the panel to the 3-way switch and then from there run 12-3 wire (because this is already what I have) to the second switch and then converb back to 14-2 to...
01-28-14, 11:37 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Ok, thanks. Makes sense. In the case I'm...

Ok, thanks. Makes sense. In the case I'm proposing which is a simple three way switch with one light it looks like it DOES require a neutral at both switches. That was the main question. In other...
01-28-14, 11:25 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Ok, so you are confirming I cannot use 3-way wire...

Ok, so you are confirming I cannot use 3-way wire if I want to wire it from switch > light > switch. I'll need to use 4-way wire. I'm not quite sure what you mean by the conduit comment.
01-28-14, 10:19 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

3 way wiring - neutral required at switches?

Someone had mentioned that code requires a neutral at each switch in a 3-way light circuit. Does this mean you ALWAYS have to wire through both switches first and then to the lights? Can you ever...
01-28-14, 09:32 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

If I'm going to be running 8 LED recessed lights...

If I'm going to be running 8 LED recessed lights with dimmer switches (4 lights per dimmer switch) and 2 standard lights with one switch should I use 12AWG and 20A or can I use 14AWG and 15A?
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01-22-14, 09:28 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Good point. Thank you for pointing that out. If...

Good point. Thank you for pointing that out. If I count correctly I guess I need 45 cubic inches. So a big 3 gang box might do the trick. I'll make sure I validate before I put it together.
01-22-14, 08:45 AM
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Posted By Jegrayum

Thanks, I will probably try a 3-gang box first...

Thanks, I will probably try a 3-gang box first and see if I can make it all fit. It will actually need to hold three 3-way switches. It will also need to run two more lines out of it to another...
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