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Only cutting power will turn it off. I've inspected the element and connections which are good, the thermostat has continuity, and the relays are perfect working order. However, the locking feature has never worked, (2nd owner), and after taking off back panel the motor which controls the lock had partially melted at some point. Can I remove the motor, tape up the connections, and still safely operate the unit?

Edit for model #: Whirlpool gold series Gr396lxgb2

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I've got an older top load whirlpool TAWS690AN0 pre HE that overflows...now I've already gone through everything I can find and its still no working..I replaced the water inlet valve before realizing that the old one was functioning properly (got the same multimeter readings on both old and new, and water isn't flowing when power supply is cut) checked the water pressure switch,ran continuity test on it and its performing as it should...checked the air line down to the air dome for cracks, clogs leaks...even blew the air dome out with compressed air but no clogs or blockages there....if I blow into the air pressure switch while its filling it will activate the shutoff and the wash cycle will start(also the continuity will switch as it should)...its like the switch isn't noticing the pressure changes at all in the line...I'm not sure what else to check, everywhere I look online its only those 3 possible solutions offered...switch, inlet or hose....anyone got anything or should I just chuck this damn thing?

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外围体育投注Hi! I have a Bosch dishwasher (SHX7PT55UC/04) that is constantly giving me problems. It’s only 5 years old, but the buttons on the control panel are often unresponsive. The dishwasher frequently shuts off just seconds after starting a cycle and closing the door. It sometimes takes 5-10 attempts opening, restarting, and closing the door to get it to run. It also randomly shuts off in the middle of the cycle, and will sometimes start on its own after loading a few dishes. Less frequently, I’ve also seen a water tap error even though the water lines are clean and unkinked.

If you have any suggestions on diagnosing/fixing the problem, please let me know! I’m trying to avoid having a repair man come out because of Covid. Thanks!

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外围体育投注Hello! I have an Electrolux EI28BS51IW2 fridge. It seems like the evaporator fan fails about once a year. And whenever I open the back panel, I see that the defrost thermostat too has failed.

Usually I notice that the fridge starts to struggle to keep temperature cold. Then eventually I get the dreaded SY EF error message.

Is there any particular reason why these components keep failing? Anything I can do to prolong the life?

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