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I installed the retrofit link arm kit and can not close the drawer


The lid seal actuator arms are very complicated to fit back in. It is likely the actuator motors are not set at release position when you fit the arms in. You may need to go into diagnotic mode and select Lid seal on. off function to ensure the both the motors are in release state before you fit the arms back. I am assuming you have a single drawer unit. Not sure why you mention "replaced seals in tub". The lid seal is a single plate.

Dec 18, 2012 | Fisher and Paykel 24 in. DS603H SS...

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The top drawer of our F & P dishwasher is showing and F2 fault, I have just fitted a new front control unit. F2 is the pump I believe, where on the unit do I find that?


The F2 fault implies there is a problem with the motor rotor which is located under the drain plate at the bottom right in the centre of the drawer. The rotor is actually driving the wash arms.

F2 does not necessarily mean you have to replace the rotor. It is also possible there is some debris inside the rotor cavity which is preventing the rotor from rotating at the normal speed.

Remove the racks and the wash arm. Twist the centre ring so that it disengages the drain plate. You can then pull the rotor out with a few back and forth twisting motions. Check if the cavity is clean. Re-insert everthing and start the wash cycle. If F2 comes in again, you will have to eliminate the cause by using the rotor from the bottom drawer and see if it makes any difference. You may then have to buy a replacement part.

good luck

May 26, 2011 | Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD603H SS...

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The ice maker in my 550 bottom drawer makes ice but does not shut off before spilling a few ice cubes into the drawer. In lookin at teh metal arm that exrendes into the tray it appears that it may not...


good day,
Sub Zero makes both a wire device and on some models a round rubber device that slides over the ice level arm. If you don't have one on your model, call your local appliance parts house and check with them. The wire model just clips on, the rubber style has a **** in it. The purpose is to shut the ice maker off before it becomes too full, causing your problem.

Nov 22, 2010 | Sub-Zero Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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My Mita DC 1860 is showing that the lower A4 drawer is out of paper yet the drawer is full. I have on done the drawer and checked for paper fragments after a jam. All has been vacuumed thoroughly. I'm...


On the cassette, there is a floating plastic piece that is on a hinge so it can swing up and down. This arm is supposed to come in contact with the paper as it is raised, and depending on the elevation of the arm, it will display the paper amount. This would be the first suspect for me, I would physically look for this plastic arm and ensure that it is free swinging and does not stick. Also, open and close the drawer and listen closely for the lift motor to activate. If you hear the lift motor, then you most likely have a problem with that plastic piece.

-David.

Nov 04, 2010 | Kyocera Mita Office Equipment & Supplies

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The dregs drawer missing indicator on, unit won't work.


Dredge drawer is the big box on the bottom right. That is where the grounds are dumped. Remove the drip tray and pull the drawer out about half way. Push it back in with 1 finger on the right side of the drawer. That should clear the message. If it comes back on when you put in the drip tray, there is a section of the drip tray that can be removed to stop that. On the right side of the drip tray is a notch. Inside that notch is a thin piece of plastic. It curls up on the right side. Cut out the piece that curls up (just the piece that curls, about an inch). When you push in the drip tray that curl lifts the dredge drawer and knocks it out of position.
There is a micro switch whit an arm the hangs down in the slot on the side of the machine. Make sure that you have the arm for the micro switch.

Jan 11, 2010 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Coffee leaking into grounds drawer


On top of the Brew Group is an arm that dispenses the coffee into the cup. Did you remove the arm? There are two screws that secure the arm to the top of the Brew Group. When you remove the two screws you'll find a spring that's inserted into a hole. Be carefull. There is a ball below the spring in the bottom of the hole. Don't loose it. At the top of the hole where the plate for the arm mounts and covers the hole, there should be an o-ring gasket. If you removed the arm while cleaning and didn't put the o-ring back in, you'll get this problem.

Oct 02, 2009 | Saeco Vienna SuperAutomatica Coffee...

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My Canon 5050 bottom drawer came out, an arm inside has popped up and we now can't close the drawer. We've can't gently put the arm back down. How can we get the arm down again?


Prior to the issue you facing basically ,you check whether u can reattach the arm or you can try to compare with another drawer to figure it out .See anything that broken or crack pieces.Kindly post pic to me ,I'll might help u.Thanks ,pls rate me!!!!

Sep 20, 2009 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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Feeler arm on ice maker prevents freezer drawer from opening


Hi, There is no adjustment on the level arm other then bending it. Is it posible that something snagged it as the drawer was being pulled out and bent it? The arm should collapse all the way down tothe side of the icemaker and level with the bottom of the icemaker.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if I can help further.

Vic

May 11, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Sub-Zero 642 ice maker


When the drawer is opened, trhe "full arm" swings up and out of the way. When the drawer is pushed back closed, the arm should swing back down. If it is unobstructed, the icemaker should make ice.

One thing to try is with the ice tray removed, push the plate (that holds the ice tray) back into the freezer. Lift the full arm up and down. It should easily move and you should be able to hear a slight "click" when moving up/down. If not, you might have a bad switch in the ice maker unit...replacement time.

Mar 25, 2009 | Sub-Zero 642

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