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reeferman

Member Since 02 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 17 2014 12:49 AM

Topics I've Started

Whirlpool washer WTW6800WL1, shaking

14 August 2014 - 01:47 PM

I'm going on this call tomorrow and am asking if anyone out there has encountered one of these machines having a problem with shaking or being out of balance. I'll be checking the feet of course and making sure the machine is level, but I've almost no experience with type of top loader. Any help, much domos, gracias, dänka, mercí.


Fridgidaire, Refer, FGHC2331PF0, door replacement, freezer, refer, both

14 August 2014 - 10:50 AM

I looked at the service manual request forum. I never knew how to search before and found the tutorial a great help! Unable to find a manual on a FGHC233,  and I need guidance on how to replace the two door skins on this french door fiasco. Any help and guidance on this is appreciated. If you've worked on one of these and have a tip, a tip is also appreciated. Once again, Domos to all in the appliance realm who seek mutual enlightenment under the arcane umbrella of corporate hegemony.

 

I'm looking on how to replace the handle, the water connections, the fit and adjustment, etc…I will likely photograph my work and post it on the service forum...


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

20 June 2014 - 09:15 PM

Hello everyone!

 

Just changed this motherboard and the evaporator fan motor. The fridge is cooling down now but the display temperatures will not change from 75 degrees. I pushed in the four buttons to take it to service mode and when it went out of service the display changed from 75 to 74, for both freezer and refer. But no further changes...

 

Is there a factory reset for this refer when upgrading to a newer board? As in, inputing the serial number???

 

I looked at the two boards side by side and there are a lot of changes to the physical layout of the components.

 

 


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

17 June 2014 - 11:46 PM

I cleaned the air gap and drain into garbage disposal and unit runs fine. Not as hot as I would hope. 

The complaint is the dishwasher will just run and run and not stop. It has a mechanical timer and the user says the timer is stuck on one spot during wash. Could this be a water heating problem I wonder? I thought timer but read a related post that suggested looking at the heater and or thermostat? I'm going to check this tomorrow. Any thoughts out there on what to look for?

Domo!

 

 


Fridgidaire M#FDB710LCS0 (or O?) dishwasher

17 June 2014 - 11:33 PM

Looking for a tech sheet and a troubleshooting guide if available. I checked the downloads section first and found a few related items. Just wondering if there is something more specific for this model with an old style mechanical timer? 

 

As always, domo and thank you!!



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