The knob won't turn on my cooktop range. 3 others work. Is there anything that I can do to free this up?
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Had this front loading GE Adora washer for 2.5 yrs. OVer last few months it has begun to leak on every cycle except speed wash. Have cleaned out filter, drained water, but it comes back. Don't know if associated, but washer will "dance" and rattle throughout. When the water leaks, it sounds like an open facet. Any help would be appreciated. DId not want to call GE (unknown # and no warranty)
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We bought a used GE Adora Front Loading washer. We should have done our homework first but now we're 5 months into this. Out of nowhere I cannot get it to power on to save my life. We've unplugged it, tripped the power and nothing. My husband was able to get it back on after some playing around with the buttons and controls but now it's just plain dead. It was running fine until then, no problems, no leaks, no nothing. I hate to make an expensive service call but there has to be something. Any suggestions?
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What can I turn my old GE digital answering machine into? Just curious, if anyone has any ideas or has done anything with it?
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I recently acquired a G.E. 40,000 volt capacitor and initially it was fine but it has started making loud popping sounds inside while charging and discharging. It sounds like there might be arcing inside but it still holds a charge just fine which is quite strange. The sound always comes from the same exact spot and the capacitance has decreased from 1.88 uf to 1.5 uf. I'm wondering if inside the cap there is several smaller ones and maybe a connection came loose during shipping but I really don't want to pull it apart because it's welded shut. Any advice on what I should do would be helpful :) Thank in advance!
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I have a concord 4 home alarm system from GE. It currently supports the following communication methods to report status. 1. GSM by means of a $250 module to connect to alarm.com 2. Outbound dialing to a pager # which will send codes which you need to look up to see what they mean. 3. Central monitoring station service which it will dial and send system status to. I've seen modules such as the Telguard TG-1 which will intercept the outbound dialing and convert the pager tones and transmit them over GSM to a central station as well. What i'd like to do is one of the following. I'd like to get the system status messages from my system, but I don't want to purchase the GSM feature or a pager as I already have a cell phone. I can add the enterprise paging feature from at&t; but I just feel there must be a DIY method for this. One option I've been considering is a phone line simulator component to basically have it connect to a server I have via a fake modem connection and use the GE Enterprise Downloader software to have the system upload/download from that using the phone line simulator. Beyond that, i'm not sure what options I have.. Would love some ideas.
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Is it possible to inhale adeno associated viruses full of genes i want in my bloodstream, without affecting my lungs? Also, if i want a constant supply of altered red blood cells, can I inject AAV into bone marrow and have my red blood cells replenished with mutant ones?
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Looking for a glass turntable for a GE stainless steel oven Model # JES 1142 SJ .Could you help withlocating this part as well as the cost?
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I found a box full of brand new GE 12AY7 electronic tubes in my basement. I dont have any experience with tubes but i know alot about electronics. Can i make an amplifier circuit or something with these? Schematics or any information on them would help. Thanks.
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The machine runs through a cycle but gets down to the last few minutes and stops. now the words Door Locked are lit up but nothing else is happening. any suggestions?
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The interior light bulb needs to be replaced - purchased 6-07. Repair wants $65 plus labor & part. Anyone know how to replace it. There are instructions for the Profile series but the Monogram has a different setup with a trim kit
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My GE microwave (JE1860SB 002) made a cracking sound and stopped working. After some research, I removed the cover and checked the fuse and it was good. I then checked the thermal flame/sensor and discovered it was burned out. I replaced the thermal flame/sensor and now the unit comes on but makes a loud humming sound and has a burnt smell. The next step (according to my research) is checking the diode (cable) which is attached to the capacitor. It appears I need to discharge the capacitor before proceeding? --- BEFORE replacing the sensor, the unit had been unplugged for over one week….AFTER replacing the sensor, the unit was plugged in for about 5 minutes on Jan 25, 2018.- What is the best/safest way to discharge the capacitor? Is an insulated screw driver or pliers needed or will a rubber handle tool work considering the time it has been unplugged? (Capacitor pictured below) - Should I remove the two connecting wires and diode before attempting to discharge the capacitor? - If the diode is bad should I still check the Magnetron? - If the diode is good, what is the next item to check/test?
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K2 star leds ge helical 120vac 60 hz
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The model # is JGP979. I can't get it to turn to ignite the burner
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I have a leak in the side of the valve. the valve is the one that the waterline connects into and 2 lines come out 1 goes to the icemaker and the other goes to the water dispencer. any help would be great!!
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It will let me select Rinse & Hold, Hi Temp rinse & the delay selections, but it won't let me push start or reset it. How can I fix it without too much trouble since I rent my condo?
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HI, I've been trying to make a mold for a piece of glass that broke from a lens in other words I want to make a replica of that glass that broke what I'm using is GE All Purpose 100% silicone waterproof I tried to do a piece in a corner and it came out all sticky and gooey so my question to you is is it better for me to do it with water and soap and some cornstarch to make it a bit more harder I really don't know what to do can you please help me with some ideas thank you
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I have a GE washer model #WJSR4160D0CC. When I start a load I like to soak our whites for a few hours so I stop the washer after it fills up and spins for a while and let them soak. After I stop the washer you can still hear the timer running and clicking is my timer going bad? My husband says it should not make this noise at all once I push in the knob to let it soak. Once the washer runs through the full cycle it does not make this sound. Is it going bad? Any thoughts? Thank you.
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I want to know the names of the magnets which are used in this project and what should be the size of the fan
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I have just finished and published an instructable but i cannot find it anywere!!!
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I've done some on older GE 1050's and I couldn't use a plain old null modem cable because GE reversed two lines so you had to buy from them. I didn't, I changed the two on port and used a regular cable. Now I have this old Fanuc that I have to get comms on and I have absolutely no literature. Anyone ever done this on a fanuc system 6?
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Germanium single crystal, which is made from Ge metal, who can tell me the basic and newly developed application?
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Its a GE Rr 13 8/9 with 5 dials type i-70-s it says Ct 200 • 240v 3w • fm2s ta 3o GE watthour meter 50 Hz Cat no. • 720 x 70g465 code 81 I've seen lamps made out of them, that tell you how much power they're using, maybe that's already on instructables, but any other Ideas would be cool.
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GE is going to be releasing a new LED lightbulb early next year that shines light in all directions, like a normal bulb, instead of one direction like they do now. The bulb will use 9 watts and shine as much light as a 40-watt incandescent. It will also last for 17 years. The drawback is the cost, which will be $40-$50, but it does provide an efficient lighting option for those who don't like the light from CFLs. No word about the blades on the side, however. GE Unveils New Omnidirection LED Bulb That Will Last 17 Years
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We plan to do a project using a piezo electric transducer to generate a power to charge a cell phone while walking so need a idea .
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Can a alternator create electricity IF yes can it generate 230 v and what size alternator would be required? Would it be advisable to connect a transformer between a alternator and a battery?
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Btw, anybody got an exercise lab introduction i can have, it just has to be about exercise and what happens when you do it. seriously, i dont want to do it.
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I followed the instructions on cleaning out the filter which produced 1 penny and no lint. I also checked out the tube leading from the tub to the filter and found the underwire that came out of a bra a while ago. Ran a small load and previous problem of very wet clothes after complete cycle seemed to be taken care of but still had a fair amount of water in the door gasket with some suds. Also looked at the output drain which goes into the wall and it appears to be clear. There are three holes at the base of the door gasket which I assume is where the water is draining to...have tried to see if there is any blockage there and can't really see any reason why water wouldn't drain. Help!
HELLO! You may have come here from the GE Appliances Home Robotics Challenge, if not, be sure to check it out. It's easy to enter, just submit a photo or video explaining "What should a home robot do for you?" through the Giddy mobile app (details and download link on the link above). The GE Appliances Home Robotics Challenge runs from August 1 through August 15. On August 22nd we will launch an expansion of the challenge right here on Instructables. The topic will remain the same, but we'll ask participants to take it a step further and submit CAD files. More info, prizes, and judging criteria to be released on 8/22/2017. We'll post a link when it goes live! Details on the Autodesk Design for Industry series of challenges, a new flavor of the Instructables Design Challenges are also coming soon!
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I want to know how to hook the coils up in a homemade wind generator, using 7 or 9 coils which is better,are there any wiring digrams that one can get,
I have a Philips CD250DUO cordless phone that has no user's guide , and a GE Atlinks cordless phone that is powered by 9v i50mA i wonder if i could use my 9v 300mA adapter on the Philips brand and can anybody tell me if there is free download of user's guide for this device
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I have recently bought this traffic arrow from a surplus store and i cannot find the input voltage anywhere on the net. it has a built in switch mode power supply from what i can tell and i think it is 120V AC but am not sure. the arrow is a GE Gelcore LED Traffic Signal. ANY help would be appreciated. thanks
Topic by devicemodder
I have to build a small wind turbine to generate electricity (highest voltage is the goal). I'm wondering if anybody in the community would know where I could source the most efficient generators possible for price points of around $30 $50 and $100? thanks! David
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I got a question. If we ground everything to the Earth for shorts and things like that, Where does that electricity go to? Does it just disappear deep down inside the earth? Does GE have an electrical well and is sucking all this electricity that people pour onto the ground? Please dont use big words like anode and cathode and coulombs (simple is better) :)
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I know stargate is not real. just tv show. My point is... I want build stargate. Scale size and stick it in my backyard with step down. Like this picture from Stargate tv show.I think it would be neat to have it there... maybe and able to spinning too.
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I want to use a GE A-C motor (5KC33GG101): Connection Type and Voltage Rating in Volts: 115.0 line to neutral single input Rotor Speed Rating in Rpm: 1725.0 single full load Frequency in Hertz: 60.0 input to run a 50' line on pulleys for a Halloween project but it's too fast. Can anybody help me figure out if I can buy/build a controller to run it slower?
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As you know, or if you don't, the new iPod shuffles have a proprietary setup going on with only two kinds of headphones being able to be used with it.( Both of which are sold by Apple and are expensive and only mediocre) How can I use my own headphones or even an FM transmitter with my Shuffle?
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