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Member Since 13 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 05 2015 10:03 PM

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In Topic: Frigidaire DGHS2624KE2

04 January 2012 - 11:10 PM

Thanks for your reply Reg.
Do you possibly have access to a repair manual or at least a legible schematic?
This beast is killing me. The relay on the motherbd keeps clicking and powers the unit on & off continously, display, everything. I have replaced the CPU thinking it was a no-brainer, but alas that was not to be.
If I unplug the evap motor then plug it back in, it will start running again, but only for a short time and then the clicking relay returns.
I have a second identical unit that is working, to swap parts from and I swapped the cpu, evap fan and the interface board
Even with the compressor unplugged, and all the plugs on the cpu board except the power plug to energize the cpu, the unit still cycles on & off.
The only way I can get it to stay running for a few hours is if, I unplug the plug that runs the evap motor while it is clicking or if I unplug the J9 plug, then plug it back in. Then it will run again, but for only a few hours.
My thought is possibly a signal voltage issue, but this is the strangest problem I have ever encountered in my 34 yrs of working on these things.
Oh, also getting SYCE or SYCF error codes

I probably should move this to another forum. Feel free to do so.

In Topic: Agitator Removal--Maytag A608

22 October 2011 - 08:49 PM

Yep, that's it. I owned it for years and forgot the name. But when your agitator is stuck, it's the tool to have. I have used it on both, GE when the spline is rusted and Maytags. It generates enough force to pull the spline right out of the agitator leaving it on the shaft. As far as getting it under , I just slimed it up with soap and hot water and it will go under.
If youre in the biz you will use it someday and it will make a job do-able or junk

In Topic: Agitator Removal--Maytag A608

21 October 2011 - 08:38 PM

There is a special tool for removing those old agitators. It looks like a inner tube shaped like a "C" it has a tube attached to it that you hook up to a water faucet. It expands and exerts tremendous force under the agitator forcing it off the shaft. I have only had it fail to work once on maytags. It was just too rusted onto the shaft. you will spend alot of time trying to break it off.

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