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1) Do I have to dis-assemble that entire sump assembly to access the fuse?
3) What kind of ballpark time and "pain-in-the-butt" rating would you call it? If it's going to consume half a day and leave me shouting expletives all afternoon I might just have someone do it for me. If it's relatively quick and straight forward, I'd be happy to do it myself and save the dough. Thoughts?
Hey Kelly... it's a Jade dishwasher. I'm sorry. I opened it up from the bottom but obviously... totally different than the diagram you gave me. Same model # though...
ummmm...... any way I can text them to you? can't seem to be able to upload them.
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try these... it'll probably get you into my account. and i don't want you to think i'm some crazy ass narcissist. i do some modeling on the side so don't think i just have pics of me for the hell of it.
OK I'll go look. I'm assuming that it will be facing the access opening. If it's in the rear forget it. I'm glad you have a sense of humor too. I come off as being an a-hole frequently haha so it's a relief that I don't have to sugar coat my act. I mean... we're two guys trying to get this thing fixed. I know it wouldn't matter but there are pic of me shirtless and all... oiled up. For photo shoots - fitness modeling etc. I just wanted to be straight about it. You'd be like "Um.... OK. Interesting fellah." I'll be back in touch if I can't find the therm. Looking now.
Aight... So I opened up the entire panel which I should have done before. Way better access. Live and learn. I found it. How do I get it out? I started unbolting those bolts around it and water started coming out... so I re-tightened. So I need to know how to get the thing OUT. I ALSO need to know what to do in the meantime. Can I bypass it by wiring the two leads together so that da' ladies can use it until I get the new part?
Done. Thanks again! So... When I re wire the new one... Does it matter which lead gets the white plastic connector and which gets the metal rolled one? I didn't see any discernable markings on the thermostat itself. Also... Seems to me that the assembly can go back into its place in 2 different ways... One with the white facing out and one with the metal facing out. Out meaning me vs the back of the machine. Any of ththis matter? Dkesnt seem like it would from what I saw in there.
Mission accomplished but no dice. What do you think? Do I need to call in a pro?