Model #235 WAGNER Power sprayer

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Q:

Trying to remove the front panel of GE dryer, DHDVH52EF0WW. Upper screws #235 are covered up. How do I remove the control panel?

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

I added an image below with the complete instructions on how to remove the front panel.

NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before servicing your dryer.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 14, 2010
Q:

Why goes my GE double oven display the code PF?

A:

I don't see the PF code shown in the owner's manual or technical information for this type of oven. I provided a chart of the error codes for this oven in the first image below.

The PF normally indicates a power failure on most ovens. The code normally needs to be cleared using the CLEAR/OFF button and then the clock would need to be reset. If this does not clear the PF then it is likely that you have an electronic control board failure.

If you are loosing power frequently to the oven, then you could have a problem with the power supply. You may need to have an electrician check the voltage of the power supply that is provided to the oven.

To check the display panel, you would need to check the resistance through the ribbon cable pins as shown in the second image below. This may help you determine whether the control panel is causing this problem.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2009
Q:

I have a 1 HP submersible pump. It is a Sears Model 390.280060 with a Model M4E02S-16 Motor.

A:

The voltage between red and black should be 230 volts ac. The best way to know if the pump motor is running is to check with an amp meter. If the motor is drawing amps, it is running and should be pumping.

You can check the windings of the motor by checking the resistance between the red, black, and yellow wires. You should have 1.5-10 ohms resistance between each of the wires.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2009