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  1. GE PSB42 & PSB48 Models Repair Kit for Fresh Food Evaporator Leaks WR85X10088 View File No PUB number   Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 02/13/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper
  2. Version 1.0.0

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  3. Main seal leaking and drum when spinning is growling. Main seal and bearing right?  Has anyone made this repair on this model? Any suggestions on what parts I should order?I did read through the existing posts on here and found someone recommended part # wh45x24614. Is that going to cover me all together for a leaking and noisy main?
  4. My Whirlpool WTW4950XW3 top loader recently had a tub seal failure.  When this happens, water goes right to (and through?) the bearing.  After replacing the seal, I have the dreaded train sound / roar. These models don't have the bearing replacement kit, the gearcase is considered non-servicable.  Net is I have to replace the gearcase.  I did read another thread about drilling rivets and replacing a 6006 bearing, but that's not in the cards at this point. My question is: how long can I run this?  I just need to get through the holidays and then I will decide on repair/replace.  What is the failure mode if I go too long with it? Thanks for your time.
  5. Hello folks, I'm about to replace the tub seal on my Whirlpool washer model WTW4950XW3.  (part # is W10324647) One of the how-to's I saw instructs you to remove EVERYTHING attached to the transmission - motor, pulley, splutch/drive gear, capacitor, actuator - then remove the transmission assembly so as to access the tub seal. Is all that necessary?  I figure I can unhook wiring and the belt, then take the whole thing off in one piece.  I really would rather not touch the pulley bolt, as I hear those things like to come loose.   It can't be -that- heavy can it?   Maybe remove just the motor and leave the rest ?     Thanks for any wisdom you can share.
  6. This has probably been ask/answered before but I cant seem to find it. I have to replace the bearing seal kit (W10435302) Seeing if anyone has a nifty trick to get out a stubborn wash plate (W10077050) that refuses to come off, don't really want to cut it out if I don't have to. Thanks.
  7. Will the bearing replacement kit work with this washer? Whirlpool Cabrio WTW8600YW0
  8. Gtup240em1ww inner tub stuck on spindle. I managed to remove the tub nut by breaking it. The tub seems to be frozen on to the shaft coming through the bottom. There is a cogged thing formed on to the metal bottom of the tub. I've watched a couple videos and haven't seen anything like this. The spindle is square with rounded corners. The corners are threaded for the tub nut. The tub bottom looks like there is no wiggle room to get over the threads. It can't be threaded either as the cogged thing looks to be formed around the spindle. Is this thing just frozen on with rust and dirt or am I missing something? Please help. Thanks
  9. Hi folks,   I put my WF409ANW/XAA together with new spider, bearings, and shaft seal and ran it for a few loads.  I had a bad feeling about the shaft seal placement and took it apart again.   Videos on Youtube tend to say you should just knock the seal in until it's flush.  On this model, if I do that, the seal lip runs up off the machined surface and very close to the back of the spider.  I tested this by smearing grease on the spider bracket, installing the drum in the tub, spinning it, and pulling it back out, observing where the grease was displaced.   If I push the seal all the way in so it bottoms out, the rearmost seal lip rides too far aft on the spider, so that it's at the very edge.  I could tell this by the wear-in lines forming on the new spider.  So it looks like I need to set the seal in about 0.1" recessed, neither flush at the top nor pushed all the way in.  This is very irritating because it's going to be hard to get the sucker straight without resorting to a caliper.  Is there a better way to do this, such as by putting shims behind the seal?  How do mere mortals do this??   I noticed that the old spider came out with an O-ring with a steel washer sitting on top of it.  The steel washer gets sandwiched between the O-ring and the inner bearing when the shaft is installed.  The new spider came with the O-ring but not the washer.  I can't find the washer anywhere in a part diagram.  The washer contributes to the seal spacing issue, but I'm hesitant to remove it.  Is the washer considered part of the drum/bearing assembly even though it comes out with the spider shaft?  It's very sharp like it could easily nick the seal.   Thanks!
  10. Version

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    Models   DP304CC (/01 thru /02) DP304CS (/01 thru /02) P304CLP (/01 thru /04) P304CS (/01 thru /04) PC304D (/01) PCG304E (/01 thru /02 & /03 until FD 8805) PD304BS (/01 thru /13) PC366BS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /09) PCG364ED (/01 thru /05) PCG364EL (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) PCG366E (/01 thru /02 & /03 until FD 8805) PD364GDBS (/01 thru /02) PC484GED (/01) PC484GGBS (/01 from FD 8405 until FD 8805) PC484GGEBS (/01 thru /11) PC484WKBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /07) PC486GDBS (/01 from FD 8405 until FD 8805) PC486GEBS (/01 thru /11) PC486GLBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru 08) PCD484EE (/02 thru /04) PCG484EC (/01 thru /04) PCG484EW (/01 & /02 until FD 8805) PCG486ED (/01 thru /03) PCG486EL (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) PD484GED (/01 until FD 8805) PD484GGBS (/01 until FD 8805) PD484GGEBS (/01 thru /14) PD486GDBS (/01 until FD 8805) PD486GEBS (/01 thru /14) PD486GLBS (/01 thru /10 & /11 until FD 8805) PG484GGBLP (/01 thru /02) PG484GGBS (/01 thru /02) PG484GGEBL (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG484GGEBS (/01 thru /14) PG486GDBLP (/01 thru /02) PG486GDBS (/01 thru /02) PG486GEBLP (/01 thru /14) PG486GEBS (/01 thru /14) PG486GLBLP (/01 thru /12) PG486GLBS (/01 thru /12) PRD484ECG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD484EEG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD486EDG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD486ELG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRG484ECG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG484GGUS [(00) thru /01] PRG486EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG486ELG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG486GDUS [(00) thru /01] PRG486GLUS [(00) thru /01] PRL484ECG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL486EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRL486ELG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PG304BLP (/01 thru /14) PG304BS (/01 thru /14) PRD304EG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD304EHC (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD304EHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG304EG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRG304EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG304US [(00) thru /01] PRL304EG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRL304EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PD364GEBS (/01 thru /13) PD364GED (/01) PD364GLBS (/01 thru /11 & /12 until FD 8805) PD366BS (/01 thru /12) PG364GDBLP (/01 thru /03) PG364GDBS (/01 thru /03) PG364GEBLP (/01 thru /14) PG364GEBS (/01 thru /14) PG364GLBLP (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG364GLBS (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG366BLP (/01 thru /14) PG366BS (/01 thru /14) PRD364EDG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRD364EDHC (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD364EDHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD364ELG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD364ELHC (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD364ELHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD366EG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRD366EHC (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRD366EHU (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG364EDH (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG364ELG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364ELH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364GDUS [(00) thru /01] PRG364GLUS [(00) thru /01] PRG366EG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG366EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG366US [(00) thru /01] PRL364EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRL364EDH (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRL364ELG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL364ELH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL366EG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRL366EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) 36-Inch Models DP364GECC (/01 thru /02) DP364GECS (/01 thru /03) DP364GLCC (/01 thru /02) DP364GLCS (/01 thru /02) DP366CC (/01, & /02 until FD 8805) DP366CS (/01 thru /03) P364GECLP (/01 thru /07) P364GECS (/01 thru /07) P364GLCLP (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) P364GLCS (/01 thru /04) P366CLP (/01 thru /04) P366CS (/01 thru /04) PC364GDBS (/01 from FD 8405) PC364GEBS (/01 thru /11) PC364GLBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /08)   PUB 58300000154553
  11. File Name: Thermador Pro Ranges And Pro Series Rangetops Potentiometer Service Kit File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 27 Jul 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Models   DP304CC (/01 thru /02) DP304CS (/01 thru /02) P304CLP (/01 thru /04) P304CS (/01 thru /04) PC304D (/01) PCG304E (/01 thru /02 & /03 until FD 8805) PD304BS (/01 thru /13) PC366BS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /09) PCG364ED (/01 thru /05) PCG364EL (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) PCG366E (/01 thru /02 & /03 until FD 8805) PD364GDBS (/01 thru /02) PC484GED (/01) PC484GGBS (/01 from FD 8405 until FD 8805) PC484GGEBS (/01 thru /11) PC484WKBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /07) PC486GDBS (/01 from FD 8405 until FD 8805) PC486GEBS (/01 thru /11) PC486GLBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru 08) PCD484EE (/02 thru /04) PCG484EC (/01 thru /04) PCG484EW (/01 & /02 until FD 8805) PCG486ED (/01 thru /03) PCG486EL (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) PD484GED (/01 until FD 8805) PD484GGBS (/01 until FD 8805) PD484GGEBS (/01 thru /14) PD486GDBS (/01 until FD 8805) PD486GEBS (/01 thru /14) PD486GLBS (/01 thru /10 & /11 until FD 8805) PG484GGBLP (/01 thru /02) PG484GGBS (/01 thru /02) PG484GGEBL (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG484GGEBS (/01 thru /14) PG486GDBLP (/01 thru /02) PG486GDBS (/01 thru /02) PG486GEBLP (/01 thru /14) PG486GEBS (/01 thru /14) PG486GLBLP (/01 thru /12) PG486GLBS (/01 thru /12) PRD484ECG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD484EEG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD486EDG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD486ELG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRG484ECG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG484GGUS [(00) thru /01] PRG486EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG486ELG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG486GDUS [(00) thru /01] PRG486GLUS [(00) thru /01] PRL484ECG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL486EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRL486ELG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PG304BLP (/01 thru /14) PG304BS (/01 thru /14) PRD304EG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD304EHC (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD304EHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG304EG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRG304EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG304US [(00) thru /01] PRL304EG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRL304EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PD364GEBS (/01 thru /13) PD364GED (/01) PD364GLBS (/01 thru /11 & /12 until FD 8805) PD366BS (/01 thru /12) PG364GDBLP (/01 thru /03) PG364GDBS (/01 thru /03) PG364GEBLP (/01 thru /14) PG364GEBS (/01 thru /14) PG364GLBLP (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG364GLBS (/01 thru /13 & /14 until FD 8805) PG366BLP (/01 thru /14) PG366BS (/01 thru /14) PRD364EDG (/01 thru /07 & /08 until FD 8805) PRD364EDHC (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD364EDHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD364ELG (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD364ELHC (/01 thru /04 & /05 until FD 8805) PRD364ELHU (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRD366EG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRD366EHC (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRD366EHU (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRG364EDH (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRG364ELG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364ELH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG364GDUS [(00) thru /01] PRG364GLUS [(00) thru /01] PRG366EG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG366EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRG366US [(00) thru /01] PRL364EDG (/01 thru /08 & /09 until FD 8805) PRL364EDH (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRL364ELG (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL364ELH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) PRL366EG (/01 thru /06 & /07 until FD 8805) PRL366EH (/01 thru /05 & /06 until FD 8805) 36-Inch Models DP364GECC (/01 thru /02) DP364GECS (/01 thru /03) DP364GLCC (/01 thru /02) DP364GLCS (/01 thru /02) DP366CC (/01, & /02 until FD 8805) DP366CS (/01 thru /03) P364GECLP (/01 thru /07) P364GECS (/01 thru /07) P364GLCLP (/01 thru /03 & /04 until FD 8805) P364GLCS (/01 thru /04) P366CLP (/01 thru /04) P366CS (/01 thru /04) PC364GDBS (/01 from FD 8405) PC364GEBS (/01 thru /11) PC364GLBS (/01 from FD 8405 & /02 thru /08)   PUB 58300000154553 Click here to download this file
  12. fisher paykel gwl11

    Need a service manual for gwl11. Will be changing bearings and seal. Are any special tools required ( bearing puller ) ?
  13. Hi:  I recently acquired an older GE P7 slide in range from a friend.  I'm going to use it in a new house I'm building, for a retro effect.  Everything works we think, even the clock.  No enamel chips!   It does need an oven door gasket, and those chrome or stainless plates under the burners,  I can't get a match on Google on the Model #.  The plate reads JM930R4HT.   Anybody have a way to look this up?.   Many thanks,  Tommy
  14. We've been having mysterious black marks on our clothes after washing and drying.  The mysterious part is that the black marks appeared more often on "corners" of clothing and sheets than in the "field" of the clothing/sheets.  Seems we've tracked the culprit down to the dryer and the groove that the drum rides in.  I confirmed my suspicions by sticking a corner of a folded up paper towel into the groove/gap that the dryer's drum moves in and then hand turning the drum letting the paper towel travel with the drum.  The result was a black mark *very* similar to what has been appearing on our washed items appeared.   The dryer is a Whirlpool WED5540SQ.  I have the part #587636 (Maintenance Kit) in the cart but I'm wondering whether I should also order part #2813247 (Felt Seal)?  Or, can I simply clean up the old felt seal some with a rag?   I haven't opened the dryer up yet.   Thanks, Ed   ETA:  Well, I decided to go ahead and order the felt seal along with the maintenance kit.  Repair Clinic makes it easy to return it if I need to but something tells me it will be a good idea to replace the felt as I'm not sure I'd be able to clean the original felt good enough.  Plus, has the felt worn, also, allowing clothing articles to get into the groove along with worn rollers?  Any feedback is still appreciated, but parts are heading my way...and hopefully some brownie points (or maybe some glorified brownies!) from my wife!!!!!
  15. I made a major amateur mistake on a Frigidaire Gallery electric dryer 2 weeks ago and it cost me today. I was installing the rear bearing kit part number: Part number: WE25X10001   The tiny little stainless steel ball that goes in the rear bearing, GOES BEHIND THE PLASTIC BEARING!!!!!   I put it in front (where there really is no room at all for it when the drum mount ball bearing slides in) and eventually the ball worked to the bottom of the white plastic bearing.  This caused the small ball to dig a massive line through the large ball bearing mounted to the back of the drum as well as causing terrible screeching (even with the high temp lube).    My bad. My call back. My time.  My money lost. MAJOR BUMMER for simply not putting a small metal ball in the correct place!!! THE BACK OF THE PLASTIC BEARING....NOT THE FRONT!!!! I stand humbled.   Lesson learned. I just wanted to share this with other techs and DIY'ers.      ....Its a good thing my customers were so nice and appreciative.  I've had others not so accepting of mishaps.
  16. I have a Kitchenaid KSRT25CR side-by-side refridgerator with what sounds like a loud bad fan bearing noise coming from underneith the refridg.  Does anyone know how to get at the fan to see if it is bad, or even to replace it?  I can't find any service manuals for this refridg anywhere.
  17. Hello all,   I have a 12 year old Maytag Neptune MAH5500BWW washer. The motor control board is shot. I order a conversion kit. I installed the motor, and then I found that the wiring does not match the existing wiring -- in terms of using the AC line filter etc. I then found that for my serial number (92 series), the converison kit is not recommended. Obviously I should have made sure of this before I ordered. Given that I already have the conversion kit, would there be a problem installing the new kit, but ignoring the AC line filter part of the connections? My old control board had no AC line filter connections that I could discern.   Would appreciate any help on this.   Thanks
  18. Have a Kssp36qhs00 Had the Compressor replaced a few years ago, low in R134A. I charged the up and alsa low again. I ran a leak dye in the system, checked with a black light and not able to locate the leak. The units frost pattern is only frost on the top of the evaporator. Has anyone seen this issue before and if a leak is unable to be located is is possible that its a heat exchanger or drain loop that's the suspect? I have not had the pleasure of replacing either of these components any suggestions or tips on how to replace these without burning down the house while brazing?   Thanks   Ken AtCher Service
  19. Front load washer, WCVH6600HBB.  First, it leaked recently on two occasions and then it filled up with smoke after rinse cycle.  I'm thinking it rubbed the door boot to create the smoke (smelled like a used up vacuum cleaner belt).  What could cause the leaking and then lead to the rubbing?     I followed the link here to troubleshoot the spider and bearings.  I shook the drum and there is no noise like the video demonstrates. (http://appliantology.org/blog/1/entry-721-diagnosing-catastrophic-front-load-washer-drum-bearing-and-inner-basket-failures/)   I decided to inspect the door boot and found a huge tear on one side. (shown here, the hand should be on the left side of the image, tear is on the left side of door seal, NOT the bottom)   I think that explains the occasional leak!     I do not see anything that looks burnt, rubbed, or melted.  Where should I look to find the source of the smoke?  Is this tear the cause or another symptom of a bigger issue?   Thanks!
  20. I have a 7 year old GE Artica Dual Evaporator Refrigerator with the infamous ice ball problem, including frost buildup right next to the custom cool drawer.  It appears that water leaks from under left corner of the evaporator cover and freezes up right next to the custom cool drawer. While still under warranty, GE came out and put some type of heater in place.  It failed last year and after awhile, I couldn't close the drawers any more and realized an ice ball had formed.  I lived with it for awhile and then realized I needed to install the newer version of the ice ball kit.   I installed the ice ball kit and the heater warmed up when I turned the refrigerator on.  But within a few days, the frost buildup returned.  The heater isn't warm anymore but is covered by a plastic plate and isn't cold either.  I would have to remove the entire cover and heater to check if the heater is really working.   Does anyone else have this problem, have an ice ball kit installed and can tell me what it feels like??    Thanks!
  21. STACK UNIT

    Dear Master, I have an Frigidaire washer dryer Model#FEX831CSO.The tub seal has to be replaced.Is there a bearing that should be replaced as well? Also does the nut turn clockwise to loosen when using the spanner?.I always forget Thank you, SAMANERA
  22. MVWC400XW2 approx 2.5 years old. Has gradually been getting louder on spin and agitate, makes a creaking noise. Tilted her up, noticed oil spots on floor, oil is dripping from transmission. Hopefully creaking noise is oily belt slipping, not a bearing or something. Is the W10330039 the latest replacement transmission? It is pricey, is it possible to replace just the seal? Anyone have the part number for a seal, and other information such as how to add oil, what type, etc?
  23. File Name: Whirlpool Washer Motor Spring Kit Instruction Sheet File Submitter: RegUS_PatOff File Submitted: 24 Feb 2014 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Whirlpool Washer Motor Spring Kit 285901 Instructions Sheet 285902.pdf This kit contains three (3) springs. Your application will require only one (1) depending on the color of the label on your motor. If the label on your motor has green stripes, use the green-striped spring as the replacement part. If the label on your motor has blue stripes, use the blue-srtiped spring as the replacement part. In all other applications, use the plain spring to complete your repair. The springs are matched to the performance of the motor; therefore, it is necessary to match the correct spring to the color of the motor label. Click here to download this file
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    Whirlpool Washer Motor Spring Kit 285901 Instructions Sheet 285902.pdf This kit contains three (3) springs. Your application will require only one (1) depending on the color of the label on your motor. If the label on your motor has green stripes, use the green-striped spring as the replacement part. If the label on your motor has blue stripes, use the blue-srtiped spring as the replacement part. In all other applications, use the plain spring to complete your repair. The springs are matched to the performance of the motor; therefore, it is necessary to match the correct spring to the color of the motor label.
  25. Newbe to the forum, I have a frigidaire Ft Load Washer 417.39012891, replaced the belt 9 months ago and now have an issue with the bearing on the pully end of the motor.  I was able to remove the pully with a battery terminal puller.  The four bolts that hold the casting with the bearing have a unique head, an oval protrusion about 6mm long and 3mm wide and 3mm high, a specialty tool is required, probably designed to deter repair.  Has anyone successfully replaced this bearing?  How did you remove the four uniqe headed bolts?  Perhaps the Samurai stocks the bearing. Thanks in advance for responses.