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starpal

Member Since 07 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 08:54 PM

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In Topic: Kenmore Induction Cooktop 790.42900601 Error Code 32

23 November 2014 - 01:11 PM

Thank you Samurai. I double checked that the model number and error codes are posted correctly.

 

I attached a copy of the error code sheet from the appliance. It says filter board (single) and generator boards (plural) but the parts list for this model number on appliancepartspros shows two filter boards and one generator. The one you linked has an image, including a testing instruction sheet (image 4 of 5 showing locations to measure kilo-ohms but the image is too grainy to use. Is it possible to get this sheet and test the existing board for defects before ordering? If not, would you recommend I order this part and see if it works?

 

Thanks.

 

Yes, FL, I see the removal tool. Thank you.


In Topic: Kenmore Induction Cooktop 790.42900601 Error Code 32

22 November 2014 - 08:12 PM

OK thanks. Is there a way to establish which board or boards are bad before ordering them?

Also, do any of these appliances have a fuse or some way of preventing a power surge from damaging components?

 

Thanks!

 

PS I attached a copy of the diagram from the bottom of the appliance.


In Topic: Gas Dryer pilot supply tube

01 August 2013 - 11:59 AM

Thanks, here is the best photo I have - It shows the gas valve end fitting (the dryer is out of town at my inlaw's house.)
 
I also attached a drawing from the manual which clearly shows the compression nut by the pilot adjusting screw and the other end by the pilot burner. Both fittings are the same. The photo was taken with the tubing and nut removed. Must be 3/16" because its smaller than 1/4 and larger than 1/8.
 
I suspect the corroded tubing I removed was a replacement because it was a coil of about 30" of tubing bent at the ends to make the connections, not a neatly formed section like the drawing.

 

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In Topic: Gas Dryer pilot supply tube

30 July 2013 - 09:02 PM

Thanks for this comment. I have 1/8" and 1/4" tubing and compression nuts locally, but the size of the fitting is between these two, I am assuming 3/16" in an old Speed Queen dryer. Any suggestions where I can find a small amount of the proper tubing and nuts/ferrules compatible with natural gas? Thank you!



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