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wapitiscat

Member Since 27 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 19 2013 09:47 AM

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In Topic: GE Profile P2B930 leveling leg access

19 December 2013 - 07:37 AM

The info in the owners manual may be referring to a model with s storage drawer instead of a warming drawer/bottom oven. Looks like I'd have to cut holes in the floor underneath to be able to adjust in place (at least for the rear). I'll just set it up a little high in the rear and bring the front up to level after sliding in. Sorry to be such a Grasshopper about the model number but I couldn't find anything on the unit itself.

In Topic: Samsung RF263AEWP diagnostics

24 September 2012 - 06:38 PM

So, I have a 265 in 263's clothing,eh? Thanks for the info. Now, when I start the diagnostic by following the manual instructions and press/hold the Power Freeze and Power Cool buttons for 8 sec, the display shows "88" (all LED legs lit) on both sides. I'm assuming that this means there's no error code to report. If that's correct, can I assume that the sensor and heater for the refigerator evap are OK?

Todd

In Topic: Samsung RF263AEWP diagnostics

24 September 2012 - 05:17 PM

Here's a screen grab from the user manual. Identical except that I have my display set to Fahrenheit.Attached File  RF263_controls.jpg   15.77KB   12 downloads

In Topic: Samsung RF263AEWP diagnostics

24 September 2012 - 01:32 PM

That looks like the panel (page 20 in the User Manual).The Service manual for the RF26XA refers to a Lighting/alarm button that is pressed along with the Power Freeze (?) button to initiate the diagnostic program. My unit doesn't have a Lighting /alarm button. The RF263 may not have a diagnostic. Or, is that just crazy talk?

Todd

In Topic: bosch smu 2042 timer question

03 September 2010 - 02:46 AM

Thanks. A new timer for $180 has me seriously thinking about an upgrade. This unit was in the house when we bought it 12 years ago. I've replaced the fill valve once and cleaned the little fill valve strainer another time. That's all the maintenance it has required. This could be the clincher though. Thanks again for your help.

Todd


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