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#12796 - 07/03/03 04:22 PM Re: yammi rvx1300 question
twodan19 Offline
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Registered: 12/20/02
Posts: 624
Loc: Pembroke, Massachusetts
again, thanks, will re-wire tonight.

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#12797 - 07/07/03 09:15 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
twodan19 Offline
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Loc: Pembroke, Massachusetts
thank you people, read all the posts and correctly wired the sub thursday evening. now when i select speakers "b", the sub is silent. hard to believe, but the system doesn't sound much different than it did before.
since you all helped me, if there is anything you guys need in the way of replacement appliance parts, let me know and i'll return the favor.
dan

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#12798 - 07/07/03 04:07 PM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
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Do you do car parts, too? The flux capacitor on my Delorean just stopped working last night.
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#12799 - 07/07/03 05:40 PM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
sushi Offline
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Registered: 02/09/03
Posts: 1490
Loc: Dallas, TX
This is serious... The inner "basket" of our GE laundry washer has started to rotate itself lately. Do you know how can I fix it?

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#12800 - 07/07/03 10:25 PM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
BigWill Offline
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Registered: 05/01/03
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Loc: Corona, Calif. USA!!!
I don't think I gave you any advice, but do you know anything about AC systems?

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#12801 - 07/08/03 08:40 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
twodan19 Offline
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Registered: 12/20/02
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Loc: Pembroke, Massachusetts
parts is parts, but we don't do car parts. major appliance and hvac parts is our forte.
dan

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#12802 - 07/08/03 08:42 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
twodan19 Offline
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Registered: 12/20/02
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Loc: Pembroke, Massachusetts
i think you need a new transmission. your washer is probably older than 9 to 10 years old. get me the model number off the washer..down near floor on left hand side on a sliver sticker, and i'll check stock.
dan

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#12803 - 07/08/03 08:44 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
twodan19 Offline
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Registered: 12/20/02
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Loc: Pembroke, Massachusetts
haven't done service in years, but what's your problem?

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#12804 - 07/08/03 11:48 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
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Loc: Corona, Calif. USA!!!
New construction. We've got two AC compressors outside - a 3 ton and a 2 ton (I think). Big one cools the downstairs, little one the upstairs. Rather than running two different sized suction lines for the two differently sized compressors, they installed both with 3/4" suction lines. According to the manuals that is the appropriate size for the smaller unit, but too small for the larger unit. They offered to rip everything out and redo it (massive stucco and drywall damage) or install a TXV valve (I think) that is supposed to sense the temperature in the suction line and increase or decrease the volume in the liquid line accordingly. We opted for the latter solution and received another year on our warranty. Is that setup going to work? Or are we going to have trouble down the line?


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#12805 - 07/08/03 11:56 AM Re: yammi rvx1300 question, and problem solved
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Registered: 02/09/03
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Loc: Dallas, TX
Dan,

The model number of our GE clothes washer is: WJSR2080T8WW.

[And no, it's not the serial number but the model name! No wonder nobody calls these stuff by the model number. Have you ever overheard the conversation at Best Buy like, "My Maytag XRGH8496WS has more power reserve than your wimpy GE WJSR2080T8WW, and get you a distortion-free finish. HAHAHA!" LOL]

Back to business, I think we bought this one like 6-7 years ago. A new ransmission??? -- Ouch! Sounds like it's gonna cost...


[P.S. Peter was joking -- remember Back to the Future?]


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