Model #20007A FUNAI VCR

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Q:

Do I need to replace the turbo fan for my Kenmore dehumidifier?

A:

A noise coming from the fan can really cause some concern and I am sorry for the inconvenience. I did some research and I was able to find two links that will help you make some checks. I hope this helps while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
April 25, 2012
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Thanks. I have the same procedure for removing the fan as the .pdf that you attached. However, there is some greenish adhesive type material on the fan nut. Therefore, the fan nut will not come off. In addition, I wasn't sure if the fan needed replacement, i.e., the cause of the wobbling and noise.

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Jay -
April 25, 2012
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Thank you for submitting your question and I will be happy to assist you. Fans generally do not go bad over time. They tend to break suddenly with little warning. You might hear a squeal for awhile before it seizes up. I recommend replacing the fan. The procedure for removing the fan is shown in the image below. Make sure that the dehumidifier is unplugged before accessing internal components. Once the nut is removed that secures the fan to the motor shaft, it should pull straight off. You could have deposits or media on the motor shaft that is making it difficult to remove the fan. You may need to use more force to pull the fan off. The turbo fan has been substituted by the manufacture. It is part number 5900A20007B priced at $6.31. You can order parts from our Sears Parts Direct team. I hope this information has assisted you. Thank you for choosing Manage My Life.

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Tykara -
Sears Technician
April 27, 2012
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Q:

kenmore ac model 580.75281

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A Air conditioner unit is definitely something we depend and when starts malfunctioning it can be a big inconvenience. I have attached a link below that give great information on way this may be happening. Hope it helps!

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Priscilla V -
June 01, 2011
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There is a possibility that the outlet cord was damaged by the lightning strike. That cord has a ground fault circuit interrupter. If that device will not reset properly then the cord will need to be replaced.

A technician would normally check the voltage at the outlet using a volt/ohm meter before replacing parts. If the outlet has the proper voltage, then the voltage would be checked at the control board as described in that link for a previous answer that Pvalde2 provided in the above response. I don't recommend that you attempt to make those types of live voltage checks unless you are completely confident in your technical ability to safely complete them.

You may be able to unplug the air conditioner and check the continuity through that power cord using a volt/ohm meter.

I provided a procedure for accessing the control box for this air conditioner in the image below. This may help you check the power cord. Be sure that you unplug the air conditioner before accessing internal components.

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will try to assist you further.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can visit the Sears Service website to arrange for a technician to fix this problem. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services . If the air conditioner needs to be carried into a repair center for service, that website will show the nearest drop-off locations.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 02, 2011
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