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The DRSNews
July 2009

Published by 'double opt-in' subscription only, by Dave's Repair Service, (c)2009 All Rights Reserved

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A Special 'Welcome' to new subscribers!  Glad to have you aboard!

In this issue:

1) Revisited: Whirlpool-built washer brake lockup (prev May/June-05)

2) It's July - must be refrigerator maintenance time again!

1) Amazingly, 4 years have gone by since we first talked about this, and these days, every Whirlpool-built washer I'm seeing (Whirlpool, Kenmore, Kitchenaid, Roper, Estate, new Maytags) has this issue, so I though it'd be a good idea to cover it briefly again.

If your washer stops spinning with a violent 'bang' or just stops suddenly without coasting for a few seconds, don't miss this tip; catching this early will save your washer from damage. Details at:
A Quick Fix for Whirlpool & Kenmore Washer Brake Lockup Problems

2) I don't know how it rolled around so fast, but somehow July's already here again, when I always remind (nag!) you (and myself) to clean your refrigerator's condenser coil and lube its door seals.

As you know, these two little jobs will make your refrig breathe easier and save you a bunch of money in the long haul, so they're definitely worth doing annually.

And seal lube is especially important these days when seals are no longer held on with screws, making them really tough to replace. This little trick prevents your ever having to replace them, if done correctly and annually (our refrig is 30 years old and its seals still look new, even though its 'Harvest Gold' color is really getting hard on the eyes <grin>). 

So this is your 'official' annual reminder (you needed something else to add to your 'to do' list, right?!)

Seal lube instructions

How to clean your refrigerator's condenser

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Dave Harnish
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