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Frigidaire FDE647RFS1 dryer - won't start

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dryer Repair 03 April 2011 · 635 views

Take a look at the fuse linked here

Fuse Link

Pop the top up on the dryer (with it unplugged)
The fuse is attached to the right rear wall of the dryer
right beside the terminal block (where the cord attaches)
unplug the wires from the fuse and check continuity
no continuity = bad...and if so check your venting
for a crimp or restriction as well as the lint filter housing,
it tends to clog up at the bottom.

correct the problem before replacing the fuse (if it's bad)
or it will blow again.


Source: Frigidaire FDE647RFS1 dryer wont start


Frigidaire FEZ831AS1 stack laundry unit: washer has no brakes, tub free-spins; doesn't agitate clothes

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Washing Machine Repair 30 March 2011 · 972 views

Example model number: FEZ831AS1

The most annoying part of this problem is that as it agitates, the agitator goes one direction and the basket spins the other. So the clothes never agitate they just spin with the basket. Makes you think the basket brake is broken. Except there's one problem, Sublime Master appl.tech.2901 explains...

this machine doesn"t have brakes...it coasts to a stop. that the reason it has a lid lock. yes you have a bad transmission. If your going to tackle this repair you should replace the spin bearing and seal as well.


Parts links for...

- tub seal

- transmission


Source: Frigidaire FEZ831AS1 stack laundry: washer has no brakes!


How to find the model number on your major home appliance, snow blower, and lawn mower


First, do not use the model number on the manual, it's either truncated or just plain wrong and it's useless for parts and manual lookup. Instead, come check out the videos and photos on this page. Righteous! :thanks:


Replacing the water inlet valve in a Whirlpool Duet GHW9150PW0 washer

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Washing Machine Repair 28 March 2011 · 2,099 views

Master Reg gives a simple and sure way to tell if you have a leaky fill valve that's letting water come into the drum when the washer is off. If you need water fill valve, you can buy it by clicking the picture below.

Un-plug Power Cord from Wall Outlet.
If water continues to enter, bad Water Valve.


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The hot and cold water inlet valves are located at the back of the washer.



Water Inlet Valve #1 in diagram

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Source: Procedure for replacing fill valve on Whirlpool Duet GHW9150PW0


It's Springtime in New Hampshire!

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Humor, Goofs, Samurai Incarnate 28 March 2011 · 968 views

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(Domo to kdog for the hilarious animated gif)






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