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 Posted: Thu Mar 15th, 2007 07:36 pm
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ive seen posts that mention grinding down frigidaire d/w latches to stop leaks-- new door gaskets are revised to stop the leaks and quicker than filing a latch or shiming it with 2 washers

i have quite the list of recent frigidaire and LG engineering blunders i could post, but want to make sure they go in the right spot where the techs here can make best use of them

and i'd love to hear about common problems the maytag,whirlpool and GE guys might have to share



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 Posted: Thu Mar 15th, 2007 08:29 pm
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Just a list of Maytag problems alone would take 5 books the size of New York City Yellow Pages phone books. Way too much to post.:shock:



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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2007 04:10 am
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oh come on now, you could give short discriptions of the maytag problems... like follow smoke, replace house after flames are estinguished  :P



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