Wolf Si wrote:Ok, need to know if I ran into an issue or just have a blown AC indicator bulb.
Just checked out the lights and most are working great OTHER then the AC indicator does not light when the button is pressed (on). ??? I just wanted to throw that out there if someone else experienced this and it was a simple "oh, your temp dial was on hot, and AC light does not come on" OR "oh, just take those two screws out and there is a bulb behind there that is for the indicator". If not then is it a wire issue?
I'm still working on the mixer dial switch over, so I have not tested to see if I have AC and just no light.
On the mixer dial, I am working on a way to use the stand-offs to mount it. If it works I will post pictures. The issue at this point is extending the shaft, to gain 1/2" or so. Trying to come up with a way to use the Accord shaft.
Thanks SO Much for this wright up. (Sorry for jacking it with my added comments/pictures)(My way of keeping it alive and hopefully adding something).
Wolf Si wrote:The light was working yesterday and the AC works also. Not sure what changed, other then maybe the plug got fully seated or fan switch was not ON before.
Ok, I say was working, since I am working on the mounting right now....... AND have not gotten to the point to tested it again to see if anything got screwed up (or screwed into).
I tried to mount the mixer using the standoffs (plastic pieces sticking off the back, that I glued in place). That 1/4"-3/8" of space did not allow it to go back far enough. SO..... I cut them down to about 1/16" and mounted the mixer to that. So far so good. The knob..... That did not turn out as well, trying to grind off that flat spot and taking a little to much and then..... trying to spread the two pieces to tighten the fit and then trying to spread them again... "Snap" the one side broke off. So I taped them together and then added a dab of RTV sealant. - So, cut the standoffs flush or 1/16" high and when grinding the shaft for the knob..... take a little at a time and test it each time.
So, what is not working great on yours?
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