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danoam

Member Since 25 Feb 2009
Online Last Active Today, 09:34 AM

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In Topic: Sub Zero 642 - "Vacuum Condenser"

21 July 2014 - 09:07 PM

If it looks like that, you've got an evaporator leak. If it's 12 yrs old or newer, you've still got part warranty.

In Topic: Thermador RDFS30 Oven Control

21 July 2014 - 05:29 PM

Send it to Core Centric, no new ones are available. The rebuild price is very reasonable.

In Topic: Viking VUIM1531DLSS Grid Cutter wiring

21 July 2014 - 05:26 PM

The pump does not trigger the harvest. There is a thermistor on the underside of the evaporator plat that talks to the electronic control to determine when it's time to harvest the slab. Was the pump not pumping, or was it not harvesting? It looks like the broken wire is one of the feed wires to the grid, is there a ring terminal screwed to the grid frame with no wire attached to it?

In Topic: Sub Zero 642 - "Vacuum Condenser"

21 July 2014 - 05:12 PM

Vac condenser is a generic error code that just says the unit is running too much. Could be a door not closing properly, bad light or fan switch, malfunctioning fan or incorrect fan blade spacing, refrigerant leak or an inefficient compressor. On early 600 series units, many vac condenser calls came from the gallon milk jug shelves improperly installed and holding the door open slightly.

In Topic: Bad Bearings in Outer Drum, Whirlpool Duet Washer, WFW9750WL02

21 July 2014 - 05:07 PM

I quote the customer both front and rear tub parts, as well as the inner drum to cover my own butt. If I'm taking the time and tearing into the machine like that, I'm not taking any chances of it coming back to bite me. I did have one customer who got Whirlpool to send out a complete assembly and another tech and I installed it. All we had to do was switch over the door seal, weights and pulley.


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