• In order for you to get the best experience and fast response times here are a few guidelines and tips you should know.

    APPLIANCEBLOG REPAIR FORUMS---> Please post your questions or comments in the correct forums.. Use a spell check. Don’t make other members guess what you are trying to say. Don’t use all capitals when posting. That’s the same as yelling. Review your post before you post it.

    START A NEW THREAD---> If you can’t find the answer to your appliance issue or you have a question, start a new thread. More members and service techs will see your question if you start a new thread. Check the date before you piggyback on an older thread. If the previous post is over a year old it is unlikely very many people will see it.

    MODEL NUMBER--->This is very important! How to find the model number When starting a new thread fill out the model information section and include the appliance model number, manufacturer, and approximate age of the appliance. If your brand is not listed you can leave that field blank and just add the model number and age. Be sure to read the model number from the model tag on the appliance. The model tag on an appliance has the model number and serial number of the appliance. We don’t need the serial number but if you don’t see the serial number, that’s not the model tag.

    WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW---> Diagnosing an appliance problem will usually require some testing with a Digital MultiMeter (DMM). The DMM is a valuable tool to have. DMM’s today are very easy to use and are not expensive. Take the time to learn and understand how yours works. In most cases this takes less than 30 minutes.

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Its easy to search the forums from this link:

Member Benefits:

1. Ask repair questions by starting a NEW THREAD

2. Reply to Existing Threads

3. Reply to Existing Posts

To Start a NEW THREAD:
You go to the forum that your appliance is in, then you will see " Post Thread" at the TOP of that forum, and that's it.

Updated per the new forum software we are using now.

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