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reeferman

Member Since 02 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 22 2014 04:25 PM

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In Topic: GE REFER M#ZISB420DMA display will not change after changing motherboard?

22 June 2014 - 11:55 AM

Customer purchased the parts and I did not write them down - believe or not I verified the part to the model no. by using repair clinic's website. ironic. So, sorry I did not write it down.

 

Immediately after checking my own connections, I opened the unit and the temperature went down 1 degree. I don't know if it had begun cooling or if I jiggled a wire, but it began cooling soon after I read your post. 

 

The cause of the motherboard failure was a burnt resistor marked as evaporator fan motor on the diagram, and when inspecting the evaporator fan motor it was covered with frozen droplets and dripping water both. My guess is it shorted and sent the short to the board and shorted the resistor, but that is only a guess...

 

Thanks durham.


In Topic: Fridgidaire M#FDB710LCS0 (or O?) dishwasher, runs and runs

19 June 2014 - 11:05 AM

Exact description of this problem. Hi limit stat ohm'd good but rivet were loose and terminal dis colored. Heater pulled about 5.6 amps and water never got hot, so I ordered t-stat Part number: AP2109201

Part number: AP2109201

 and heater Part number: AP4424048

Part number: AP4424048

 

Awesome website!!!!!


In Topic: Fridgidaire M#FDB710LCS0 (or O?) dishwasher, runs and runs

18 June 2014 - 03:38 PM

Sump t-stat is good and I have power to it and heater but no power to two t-stats at front. Hard to figure without schematic...

In Topic: Fridgidaire M#FDB710LCS0 (or O?) dishwasher, runs and runs

18 June 2014 - 03:20 PM

Ok. Hold off while I take out the sump t-stat located in back with burned terminal!!

In Topic: Fridgidaire M#FDB710LCS0 (or O?) dishwasher, runs and runs

18 June 2014 - 03:15 PM

I found the two thermostats but not in the sump. They are close to the front. They are both closed but have no power. The heater is 14 ohms but appears kinda worn. It has 120 volts but does not work. Wondering if electric goes thru heater, then t-stat, then to timer and maybe no voltagethru the timer? Timer sticks at six o'clock.
I've no circuit diagram nor tech sheet to help. Put in request for both but nothing yet. Wondering if timer could be bad?


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