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VikingMoon

Member Since 20 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Jan 25 2014 07:51 PM

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In Topic: MZD2766GEW Defrost Failure

30 September 2013 - 09:11 PM

Mutchly Appreciated O' Exulted One.

It's on Order at your command.

 

Many Thanks to All For my Continued Enlightenment!

 

 

P.S.... Is Maytag better now as Whirlpool????

(or should I just push the next one off the loading dock BEFORE they put it in the van?)


In Topic: MZD2766GEW Defrost Failure

30 September 2013 - 05:12 PM

I measured across the Black & Heavy white Wire & get 4 ohms with the molex disconnected. When I touch the heater element & the metal fins of the cooling coil with the molex plugged in, I get a light electrical shock. Not a 120 volt kick, but It's not comfortable.


In Topic: MZD2766GEW Defrost Failure

30 September 2013 - 02:58 PM

Can I test the ADC Module for a 120v output with the bad heater out of the circuit then?

 

Should I hear a relay kick in on the board?

 

Thanks Again!


In Topic: MZD2766GEW Defrost Failure

30 September 2013 - 01:06 PM

I have 4 ohms across the heating element using a digital multimeter.

Will a Shorted Element take out the ADC? I dont get where this 36VAC is coming from.

 

I should get 120V at the heater when I do the unplug/ defrost test, yes?

 

I'll check the Module #.

 

Thanks!



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