Professional Design Tank head for FRP pressure tank F8802-1½ for Nicaragua Importers
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I have had a few problems with my GE GSL25JFTA BS Fridge ice and water dispenser. This video will give you some tips on troubleshooting and replacing a few parts. Symptoms addressed: Frost in the freezer, Ice gets clogged, Water won’t dispense, water line seems to be clogged, I hear clicking but no water comes out.
When trying to correct the frozen water line, make sure you adjust the temperature on both the refrigerator and freezer section. Another reason your water may not come out is a clogged filter. If this was the case, when you check the water flow in the line under the refrigerator, the water will not come out when you attempt to dispense. Other causes of water not coming out is a bad solenoid, or any stoppage in the water all the way to the wall. If your refrigerator is still making ice, its likely a frozen line or a solenoid as the water takes different paths to the ice maker.
If you would like to see a parts list for this refrigerator, check out the link below.
The rubber flap that I mention in this video is a Ice Door Assembly Part # AP3672582.
2001 Dodge Ram 1500 spark plug removal, 3.9 Liter, 6-cylinder. Don’t damage the spark plug shield or cut it, like some have suggested. I posted this video real quick, because I could not find any on here covering this specific year and model.
Buy a magnetic deep dish 5/8″ inch spark plug socket and use long extension for cylinders 1,3,2,4,6 and use shorter extension when removing #5 plug, because its angled toward the firewall, and the brake power booster is close, making it a tight fit. Make sure to use a long ratchet, because when you break plugs loose, it will hurt your knuckles.
Use slight anti-seize lubricant, small amount, all plugs went in with ease, the first attempt with no problems.
Plugs were gaped at .40 , but used ones ranged from .80-.90 and its why I was getting the code P0305.
Car ran like new after change out, prior to the change, slight idle tremble when cold, but smoothed out, when engine got hot.
Got 114,000 miles on original plugs, no wet or oily plugs.
By Stephen 2016-7-12 13:33
This supplier offers high quality but low price products, it is really a nice manufacturer and business partner.
By Frank 2016-8-22 12:22