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Thread: GI1500PHB6 cavitating noise and cleaning indicator

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickgburton View Post
    wtf !? KMA !
    They were told that the machine didnít work and they replaced the board without any input from me. They as well as I missed the bad intermittent thermistor which was as big a problem as the valve. Your help has been spot on the whole way. I am sorry you thought I was trying to in some way insinuate that your help was in some way other than that.

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    Oh, wrong experts. My bad. I thought you were referring to me. You should be able to get your money back from them. They didn't fix anything. Sorry for the misunderstanding. It's been a long day and when I thought that was about me, my glue melted....lol. A Cutthroat Pale Ale and a couple shots of Tequila, I'm good
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