[Homeroast] ARRRGH! My Quest broke!
djgarcia at improbablystructuredlayers.net
Thu Mar 31 12:36:19 CDT 2016
Like Barry I went through a similar experience last year. Here are my comments from the time:
It was a bit of a pain. I don't have any photos - too busy trying to figure out how to get things out properly. I do remember
thinking "Why don't they make these wiring to the elements longer so you could unscrew them outside" - I was having problems
reaching in to get the nut off. Then I saw that one side (the one I would have a problem with) was long enough to draw the element
out while wired and then remove the nut, and the other one I was able to undo the nut while attached. Also IIR I did not have to
remove other electrical parts, which I thought I would at first.
Unfortunately I'm at that age where I remember taking them out, but details are very foggy. IIR I believe I only had to remove the
outer circle screws at the front, not the inner ones. And of course I had to remove the lower back panel.
Good luck! If I did it, you surely can, but you'll need a little patience.
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2016 06:18:59 -0700
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I?ll try that. I?m fairly handy with tools so we?ll see how it goes.
> On Mar 30, 2016, at 5:03 PM, Barry Luterman <lutermanb at gmail.com> wrote:
> Coffee shrub has the replacement coils. Replace both. It is hard to do. Mike McGiness helped me. He got it done. If the coils are
out of stock you can get them from Taiwan. They are cheap and take only about a week or ten days to get them.
> Sent from my iPhone
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