Hello Giorgio; Here is the link for the user manual for the Epson EB-675W projector,; https://www.manualslib.com/manual/126757...-Powerlite-675w.html#manual I cannot determine actual fix for this issue given the amount of info you gave, perhaps you can more closely determine the fix using this manual, or even call their tech support if needed! Good Luck! Rich Lilja
Hello Lora, From what you’ve said it, it definitely is the motor. Here is a link to repair clinic and their selection of motors, and prices; https://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts?query=kenmore%20dryer%20motor . I hope this helps you! Rich Lilja
Hello, Almost every time that the brush stops turning, it is because of hair wrapped around the brush roller. You will burn out the belt if you use it too long in this mode. Your only fix is to take it apart and and clean it (and cut any hair stuck in it in the process). Good Luck! Rich Lilja
Hello, In my opinion, I would replace the whole valve assembly for about $177.16 You could maybe find it cheaper through Ebay or Amazon. I wouldn’t even consider taking it apart due to the fact of it has to be perfectly sealed, and you don’t want your house to blow up or catch fire due to leaking gas. It’s not worth the risk! The gas valve at repairclinic.com can be purchased here (includes 2 new solenoids); https://rdt.prod.repairclinic.com/PartDe...-Valve-Assembly/WP31001485/894085 Good Luck! Rich Lilja
If the fan is electric then you just have to reverse the wires going to it. If it’s mechanical, then you’ll have to remove the fan assembly again, unbolt the fan, flip the fan over and rebolt the whole assembly back into the truck.
My first answer is have the repair company come back out under warranty and fix it right. I really suspect that the gas flame is not staying on due to a bad sensor. The dryer if the flame sensor or the over temp sensors are bad. I do suspect that the flame is not staying lit. The only time you should smell gas outside is when the dryer tries to re-start the flame. Generally speaking same as a car, after 3 times of them unsuccessfully fixing it you could have it declared a “lemon” and the company should replace it at no charge. I do have my doubts that it really ever worked right at any time.
Hello Brandon, This is an example of a bad connection between the screen and one of the flexible ribbon cables attached to it. If you had the back of the tv off and press on the ribbon cables that do attach to the screen you would find that the line will go away (Some tv’s will actually have a lot more lines showing up but the cause is the same. Now to fix this requires some foam to continually press on the bad spot somehow. Unfortunately the only real fix is to replace the screen which is more expensive than just buying a whole new set.
Hello Bonnie, All these answers but no one got it correctly. The problem is usually a defrost timer switch that usually turns on for about 15 minutes in a 24 hour period to defrost the freezer coils from any built up ice that may have formed when in the off /cold mode. If this switch dies then the freezer will warm up either due to excess ice, or just the heat from the defroster depending on the mode it was in when it died. This switch is located usually on the top side of the refrigerator plastic paneling. The cost is minimal for the part which is about $30. The actual location of this timer depends on the make & model number of your unit. Another thing to check is the vent holes (make sure they are clear of obstructions) that go between the fridge and freezer which can be checked with the back panel of the freezer removed. Good luck! Rich Lilja