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Troubleshooting information on transorbs used in GE Triton dishwashers

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dishwasher Repair 01 September 2011 · 1,970 views

First, begin with my seminal tome on the topic ==> http://fixitnow.com/...ircuit-breaker/

And then on to this enrichment material from Master Reg:

here's some info.

also: Service Bulletin GE TRITON XL DISHWASHERS

GSD6000 SERIES
PDW7000 SERIES
EDW4000 SERIES

Transorb kit

*Shorted Transorb will likely damage the main electronic control board.
click on picture
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seems to be a 1.5KE220CA Bi-directional TVS Diode
(about $1)
1500w peak 220v C = bi-directional

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Source: GE Dishwasher Mod# GSD3900L00BB




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