Jenn Air Radiant Cartridge JEA8120ADBA

Jenn Air JEA8120ADBA Radiant Element Cartridge with two radiant elements.  This black glass/ceran cartridge has one large radiant element and one small element.

 

This JEA8120ADBA Jenn Air designer line black glass cook top cartridge is a very popular model with its quick start radiant heating elements.  This OEM cartridge comes complete.

Note:  This cartridge assembly has three flat terminals and one round terminal located at the small  end of the cartridge.

JEA8120ADBA Terminal Ends

JEA8120ADBA Terminal Ends

GE Ice Maker Kit WR30X10093

This WR30X10093 kit includes, the ice maker, 4 pin round plug in connector, 6 post plug in connector, fill cup and tube.  This GE ice maker has a 7 crescent ice mold tray.

 

If your GE ice maker is not functioning properly, it could be the water valve is defective or the freezer temperature is not cold enough.  The freezer temperature should be around 0 degrees Fahrenheit, for the icemaker to function properly and produce ice cubes.  This WR30X10093 ice maker kit is also used on some Hotpoint and RCA model refrigerators.

Overloading Your Dryer Could Damage It

Overloading Your Dryer Could Damage It

If you overload your dryer you may be asking for trouble.  Putting too many clothes in your dryer may actually damage it and possibly burn out the dryer motor.

 

If your dryer shakes, vibrates, rattles or even tries to move around the room, it could be that the legs on the dryer are uneven or the floor surface is unstable but most likely it is because you have over loaded it, too many clothes!!

A number of dryers have different settings and cycles for a variety of times, fabrics and item options.  If you use the Air Dry or Air Fluff cycle and it leaves your clothes damp it is because not enough heat was produced to dry the clothes, using the wrong cycle and time setting can leave the clothes damp, also piling too many clothes into the dryer will prevent the clothes from tumbling freely and therefore prevent them from drying.  If the dryer has a dryness sensor the sensor may overload if the clothes are not able to dry adequately.  The sensors then would malfunction or stop working.

The dryer motor could possibly burn out prematurely if you continue to overload it because it puts a strain on the dryer.

If you are overloading your dryer on a regular basis, that can eventually cause the system to overheat and cause damage to the unit.

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