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temps all over the place


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#1 bonefish

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 07:45 PM

kitchen aid model KBLS36FMX01.

 

the unit will not keep a steady temp. in the freezer or fresh food. I changed the evaporator motor because it was faulty but it has been going nuts with temp variations in both compartments and the user interface has a mind of it's own with  the display cutting on and off. I know it turns off if the door is open too long. it seems to have good air flow and the baffle motor appears to be alright. I don't hear the evaporator motor changing speeds as needed. I have been told that the brain is not available. It has to be sent off to be repaired. Has anybody run into this problem? 



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#2 RussTech

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 07:53 PM

Yup, its the board. Check out core centric or another rebuilder. 



#3 bonefish

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 09:12 PM

I appreciate the second opinion. I owe you one! I had that feeling and was hoping it was something i overlooked. Any idea what the turn around time would be and a guess of the cost of the repair to the board? I have always been able to buy and replace, never tried to send one off. Is it just me or is putting computers in a refrig. ( along with everything else ) was a dumb idea? Sure, they look cool but what a pain. 

 

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