Model #72-3651-23-04 Tappan range (gas)

  • Cover Page
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  • Splasher Control
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  • Cooktop Parts
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  • Broiler Drawer Parts
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  • Lower Oven Door Parts
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  • Burner, Manifold And Gas Control
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  • Lower Body Parts
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  • Control Panel
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  • Upper Oven Door Parts
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  • Upper Body Parts
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Question and Answers

Q:

Any one with the same problem with samsung washing machine WF448AAP/XAA 04

A:

I researched that part. The bottom portion of that dispenser housing is only available as a complete dispenser housing assembly (part DC97-14522A). Here is a direct link for that part: Dispenser Housing for Samsung Washer WF448AAP/XAA 04 .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 24, 2012
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Let us know if that part fits properly if you get the chance. Let us know if you need more help.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 26, 2012
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Q:

What would cause my dryer to take 2-3 cycles to dry?

A:

First, if your dryer is an electric dryer and not gas remove the vent hose from the rear of the dryer and dry a load. If it dries the clothes in one cycle normally that would indicate a venting issue. Open the door and remove the lint filter and check for a blockage down in the lint filer housing. Inspect the lint filter, take the filter and run water over it to see it the water will pass freely through it. If you use fabric softener it will leave a clear layer over the little holes and restrict the airflow. Take the lint filter and wash it off with water and a brush. Use a vacuum to clean the lint out. Any airflow problem will cause the dryer to take longer to dry. If it's a gas dryer it could have weak gas solenoid coils and it's not always opening the gas valve.

If you’re confident that there are no air flow restrictions I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your dryer.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
July 16, 2008
Q:

Why does the temperature control rise to 72 degrees in the timer mode on my window air conditioner?

A:

I referred to the technical information for this window air conditioner. It does not give me specific information on the operation of the temperature display or the timer mode.

I am not able to determine whether the temperature setting or the actual temperature is being displayed. If the actual temperature is being displayed, then your air conditioner could be operating normally. Even at a setting of 69 degrees, it would not be unusual for an actual temperature of 72 degrees to be measured by the air conditioner temperature probe. A few degrees above the setting would be normal.

If only the temperature setting is being displayed, then you could be experiencing a power failure to the air conditioner that is resetting the temperature to 72 degrees. The temperature resets to 72 degrees when the unit is initially turned on. The timer setting is not normally reset when a power failure is experienced. This could explain the reason for the temperature changing to 72 degrees in the timed mode.

You could have a control board issue that is causing this problem. I do not have enough specific information on this unit to give you an exact answer.

If you suspect that the air conditioner is not operating properly, I recommend getting it checked by a service technician.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 11, 2008