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6 Responses to “House of Cheap Fixit”

  1. 1 Jeff October 24, 2010 at 11:30 pm

    happened across your site today while researching my whirlpool duet dryer issue (very helpful, by the way).

    I am also a handy guy who enjoys fixing broken things while saving money in the process. Wondering if you are open to having me post an article or two on your blog. I would have one myself, but I just don’t have the drive to maintain it.

    My most recent project was my whirlpool fridge. The water solenoid went out. I researched the part and fixed it myself for about $35.

    I have also fixed my multi-function switch in my Ford Explorer, painted my house, punched some holes in the walls and fixed my kid’s broken Rock Band drumset (for the Wii).

    I also enjoy working with wood. I built a bunk bed and a train table, and a wood working bench.

    I am not a professional fixer/builder. In fact I’m a band teacher. I just like fixing and saving.

    Drop me an email if you are interested.

  2. 2 V January 15, 2011 at 8:21 pm

    My whirlpool duet dryer is a standstill the red lights have two red dashes and it wont change to any temperature numbers help

  3. 3 terry ankney February 20, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    I used your home repaired site to repair my whirlpool duet dryer and I liked the repair manual. Is there a manual for the was model number GHW9200GL. The washer walks in high spin. I think it has latest electronic board for this. Any help would do.

  4. 4 Debbie Ferguson May 11, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    Hello, I found your site when researching how to fix my whirlpool duet dryer. I appreciate your helpful information. I followed your instructions but unfortunately when I took off the front I found the wire connected to the white plastic piece (your first direction) was burnt and broken. When I traced the red wire it goes thru the entire dryer. Is there a way to fix or do I have to call a service person?

    • 5 durch May 24, 2013 at 3:04 am

      I would check to see if it looked like the wire was rubbing up against something hot and got melted through. If it looked like that was the cause, I would take the wire to the electrical supply store and get a replacement, and make sure it was routed in such a way it didn’t brush against our heating element. Good luck, and sorry about the time to reply.

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