Model #56-4751-10-01 TAPPAN Countertop Microwave

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Q:

refrigerator laid down during transit. left upright for 24 hrs without plugging in and told to plug in for 3 min unplug for 10 (5-6 times) correct info?

A:

The refrigerator should be left upright for 24 hours after being laid down for transit. After 24 hours you can plug the refrigerator in and leave it turned on.

When a refrigerator is laid down for transit, some of the oil will run out of the compressor into the evaporator and suction line. Twenty four hours is adequate time for the oil to run back into the compressor.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 09, 2010
Q:

How do I replace the seal on a front load washer model number 4751?

A:

The first image below shows the procedure for replacing the door boot seal (bellows) on this type of front load washer. Be sure that you unplug the washer to disconnect electrical power before beginning this procedure. The basic process involves these steps:

  1. Unplug the washer.
  2. Remove the top washer panel.
  3. Remove the console using the procedure shown below.
  4. Remove the bottom front service panel.
  5. Open the washer door and remove the spring clamp from the door boot.
  6. Push the door boot inside the washer tub and disconnect the wires from the door lock assembly or remove the screws and take it off the front panel.
  7. Remove the front washer panel.
  8. Loosen the screw on the clamp that secures the boot to the washer tub and remove the old door boot.
  9. Use the reassembly tip in the first image and the technical tips in the second image to properly secure the new door boot to the washer tub.
  10. Reverse the process for reassembly of the washer. Replacing the spring clamp on the boot around the lip of the door opening will be challenging. It will take significant force to replace this clamp. Start by working the side of the clamp opposite from the spring into the lip and then work the clamp into place equally around both sides. Pull out to expand the spring lamp as you work your way around the opening.
Test the washer for leaks after completing the reassembly process.

Your washer will look slightly different than the one shown below but the basic process is the same.

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

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 07, 2009
Q:

Follow up to "no spin problem" WFMC2100UC/01

A:

After the installation, the E:04 indicates "Door control broken". The E:20 indicates "Spinning aborted due to unbalanced load". The d:08 indicats "motor speed sensor failed." The d:10 indicates "Power limiter switch tripped." The E:09 indicates that communication was lost to the motor. 

I recommend that you have a service technician examine and repair this washer.

If you want to continue to troubleshoot the problem yourself, I recommend that you check the wire harnesses for damage and connection problems first. You may also have a defective speed sensor, bad control module or failed motor control.

If you need further assistance, let us know.

Thanks for choosing Sears PartsDirect.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 23, 2015