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 Posted: Sun Feb 11th, 2007 12:07 am
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Does anybody have any problems with AP Wagner's website going down?  I do on a regular basis.



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I have a local parts supplier that is in Denver, just 250 miles away. If I order before 3:30 pm on a weekday and have it shipped Fed-X, the parts arrive by 9:00 am the next day. If they make a mistake and send them UPS then I won't see the parts for three days. Odd isn't it? Its the same distance, but UPS takes 2 more days and usually the packages come all beat up.

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Look for a replacement Scotthewolf. Have applied to the other suppliers like Pegi uses. We only value this lookup service when it goes down!

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For HA parts, I like Tribles 800-874-2537, kinda pricey but overall good service. Also like Automatic Appliance 800-323-0270, they seem to have everything... ;-)

For HVAC/R parts, I like our local Johnstones, RE Michel Co. and Aireco Supply..





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Scottthewolf wrote:
Does anybody have any problems with AP Wagner's website going down?  I do on a regular basis.

It happens so frequently that when it's running right, I think I must be at the wrong site. I notice that it's usually down Sunday late evenings.



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I try to stick with 1st Source for regual brands http://1stsourceparts.com

or APD for the other stuff
http://www.apdepot.com

I do check others for best price.



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 Reliable Parts - "The House of a Million Parts"
 
 1-800-666-0313
 
 

 Anybody know good places to order Miele, Creda, or Bosch??

 
 



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Miele Inc

9 Independence Way

Princeton, NJ 08540

(800) 843-7231

 

Marcone and APWagner carry most Bosch parts. With APWagner you need to add BT- before all Bosch/Thermador part numbers. You may see alot of Bosch Thermador parts on backorder, but they have them.



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Scottthewolf wrote: Miele Inc

9 Independence Way

Princeton, NJ 08540

(800) 843-7231

It's not just the best place for Miele parts, it's the only place! Don't expect super-speedy service, give yourself at least 15 minutes when you call them. Even more if you need tech support. I'd love to slap that voicemail girl who suggests emailing for faster service.

For Creda parts you'll be wanting to contact ADCO

I like Automatic Appliance Parts for BSH parts. When I realized my local supplier was buying from them after they left a packing slip in the box I cut out the middle man.



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voice mail girl is stupid and only gets me more pissed that I am on hold

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 Hi richapplianceguy


I looked all over for those sears.com appliance breakdown diagrams without

any luck... can u shed some light on where to find them... From your Post below

thanks for any help:cheers::bananadance:

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Right on Scotthewolf, I have used APwagner for a lot of years and they are very carefull to supply  the correct part and they seem allways to have even the most un-common parts available. They have their own website also.
 I also like McCombs supply in Scranton, Pa. They have a  catalog . I have never found a source with better prices, and they constantly have sales on a lot of items. I just bought a Whirlpool dryer motor there Pn 279827 for $41.75; sale good till Feb 17th.
 I gotta say I love the Sears.com site for their appliance breakdown diagrams .
 The ones I dislike are the hard to use ones that have higher prices.


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http://www3.sears.com/



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Thanks Pegi  :rah:..... Your the Best!!!!!!!!!!!:party:

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I am sorry to bring back this thread, but I've had good luck with http://www.pcappliancerepair.com.  They were recently cited on The Consumerist:

http://consumerist.com/consumer/above-and-beyond/point-and-click-appliance-repair-refunds-part-of-your-shipping-fee-because-you-live-nearby-291080.php


 

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Any LG parts suppliers besides Searspartsdirect?



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http://www.allbrandapplianceparts.com/

They have LG parts.



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http://www.mcmelectronics.com/

 

are you looking for any part number in particular ?

 



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I deal with LG directly.



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I'm with Jim.  Marcone has a great website, friendly and helpful reps when you need to call for more difficult to find parts, and most of all a great training seminar in Las Vegas every September.  Most parts we order from them are there the next morning around 8am via UPS.

Kudos to MARCONE in Peoria, Illinois.

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