The fix works!

By C
@ShyBear88 (45729)
United States
May 5, 2021 2:52pm CST
Yay! We tested rubbed the drier for a few minutes to make sure it started, and started to warm up without starting a fire. That was a $40 fix that we got off of the internet and bought the kit. Saved us money to have someone try to service it pay them for there time and fix of a $40. Also don’t have to buy a new drier. I did keep the option in the table just incase.
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@kaylachan (20326)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
5 May
I'm happy to hear that. It sounds amazing. Glad you don't need to replace the dryer.
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@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
6 May
One day it might need to be it was got flood a few years ago with water when I pip burst but for the now the fix was easy. I might decide later on to buy a new one
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• India
5 May
LOL. Good to know you got it fixed all by yourselves. Without having help from the service. nice
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• India
6 May
@ShyBear88 LOL. new from 9 years ago. I agree. owners generally are. It's like you broke it, you fix it. Not even taking into consideration for how long it has been in use.
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@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
6 May
@Prabhatsingh yes! They are family and we are like yeah maybe when you got it. Technically they are suppose to fix it but always give us a hard time. So when something stops working we try to fix it first. I plan on getting a different refrigerator for the house because this one has been leaking inside the fridge for years and we have tried everything to get it to stop but nope keeps doing so. It also doesn’t work in the space and got one where the door opens up to the right instead fo the left. Also a part of that wall sticks out which makes opening it harder.
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• India
6 May
@ShyBear88 Damne, that's a lot of changes that need to take place. And you have to do it by yourself. Idiot owners.
@popciclecold (20508)
• United States
5 May
Wow you all did really good. Good job.
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@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
6 May
Yep! Now I got some clothes in the drier drying. Hopefully nothing bad happens it’s the first run with actual clothes. I did a dry run with nothing in it and it seemed fine.
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• United States
6 May
@ShyBear88 I know you are really.glad of that.
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@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
7 May
@popciclecold indeed and we started to look at a new fridge today to put into the kitchen
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@Belexhanns (2428)
• Kampala, Uganda
5 May
Its good you fixed it
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@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
6 May
Husband fixed I’m not good with tools much.
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• Kampala, Uganda
6 May
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• United Kingdom
7 May
It's good to hear that the washing machine has been fixed.
@ShyBear88 (45729)
• United States
8 May
Yes it is and I didn’t have to spend a bunch of money on it either