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Econo Appliance

Member Since 23 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Apr 08 2014 02:00 AM

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In Topic: 12784415 Jazz Board Issue, I think

08 April 2014 - 02:04 AM

First, you've got a bad model #.  Several digits are wrong.


Your description is certainly odd, but if everything you say is true, I would lean towards control board.

In Topic: Kenmore model 143.6806800 Oven Control

06 April 2014 - 05:15 PM

I've never seen a 143 Kenmore - made by "Monarch / Simpson" . Must be a nice one.


Kenmore never made thermostats, so chances are it is a robert shaw or harper wyman. Are there any numbers on the thermostat itself?

In Topic: Looking for an appliance technician in San Diego

30 January 2014 - 04:06 PM

BUMP - still looking for a good tech to add to our team!!

In Topic: Whirlpool Ref: GB2FHDXWS04 SERVICE MANUAL?

22 August 2013 - 11:57 AM

We're working on the same exact model #, gb2fhdxws04  and someone has removed the factory wiring diagram / schematic :(    Does anybody happen to have the service manual for this model?


Thanks in advancez!!!

In Topic: Keep My Heineken Cold - Zub-Zero MDL #642 Warm Fridge

12 July 2012 - 04:21 PM

RegUS PatOff is on the right track. Sub-Zero's are notorious for leaking evaporators on the refrigerator side (almost NEVER in the freezer though). The evaporators are made of aluminum. In the freezer, the temp is so cold that the various salts and whatnot from your food don't corrode the aluminum. In the refrigerator, the temp is 30 degrees warmer than your freezer, this is just enough to where the chemicals and salts from your food can slowly corrode the evaporator, eventually causing it to leak (usually 10-15 years after purchase).

This never happens in other brands of refrigerators because practically no other manufacturer puts a separate sealed system and a separate evaporator on the fresh food side. This is unique to Sub-Zero refrigerators (with a few oddball exceptions).

Post a picture of your refrigerator side evaporator and we'll try to confirm whether this is your problem or not, but i'm putting my money on the evaporator.

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