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  1. bouch48

    bouch48 New Member

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    I ended up removing motor and saw that there a little metal tabs that hold this housing together, I hit them with hammer and screwdriver and it tightened up the housing and now there is no more noise.

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  2. Birdman Jack

    Birdman Jack Member

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    I sat here and read all four pages with a lot of interest. I hope to see a decent outcome from all of this. I saw a problem like this once before. It was a refridgerator that was going thru compressors about twice a year. After replacing four compressors it turned out the guy was at the end of the power company's run and after checking line voltage which checked about 119 volts we figured that could not be the problem but when checked a couple hours later in late afternoon when people were just getting home it dropped to 113 volts. He was getting starved for juice at night. The power company added a transformer and that cured the problem. Worth checking. Waiting for the outcome and the results. I called yesterday to Englander and told them my igniter had quit. I talked to a tech named Brandon and with his help it is working great the last two starts. Turns out that when you remove the burn pot on the 25pdvc you have to make sure the gasket is perfect and the pot is tight against it. Any kind of space and it will not ignite. I had pulled the burn pot out to clean it and it must not have been set just right although I was sure it was. Just something to keep in mind. Brandon took the time to wait to make sure everything was good before he let me go. That's great service.
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